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Gate1995_1.6

The principle of locality justifies the use of
(a) interrupts (b) DMA
(c) Polling (d) Cache Memory

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Amit Pal @amitpal101
25 Sep 2016 09:05 pm

Ans (d) . Cache Memory 
cache memory is smaller in size as compared to RAM but faster in speed . It is used to carry address of pages and pages as well according to principle of locality so that it can minimize the page faults as well effective memory access time.