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Numa in English
parallel processing architecture in which each processor has its own memory but can also access the memory of other processors (Computers)

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Numa in Arabic
(الحاسوب) ذاكرة غير موحدة الوصول, تركيب معالجة متزامنة وفيه لكل معالج ذاكرته الخاصة ولكنه يستطيع الوصول إلى ذاكرة معالجات اخرى

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Numa in Spanish
acceso no uniforme a la memoria, estructura de procesamiento paralelo en la cual cada procesador tiene su propia memoria pero puede también acceder a la memoria de otros procesadores (Informática)

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Numa in Turkish
tekdüze olmayan hafıza erişimi, her işlemcinin kendi hafızasına sahip olduğu fakat aynı zamanda diğer işlemcilerin belleğine de ulaşabildiği paralel işlem mimarisi (Bilgisayar)

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Numa in Italian
Accesso Memoria Non-Uniforme (Computer)

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Numa in French
(Informatique) NUMA, accès mémoire non uniforme

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Numa in German
NUMA, Non-Uniform Memory Access, uneinheitlicher Speicherzugriff (Computer)

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Numa in Hebrew
גישה לא אחידה לזיכרון, מבנה מקבילי של עיבוד נתונים בו לכל מעבד זיכרון משלו אך גם גישה לזיכרון של מעבדים אחרים (מחשבים)

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Numa in English
Numa Second of the so-called legendary kings of ancient Rome who, with Romulus, belongs to the class of eponymous ancestors, heroes, and instructors seen by us but dimly, which are met with in the traditional history of so many peoples. In Numa's case there has undoubtedly been considerable adaptation, even among the ancients themselves, as to dates, localities, and other accessories, due to the requirements of historians who were compiling a consecutive account of their people's ancestry and beginnings. It may even be that Numa is a generic name, standing for a dynasty or class of teachers, much as the names Solomon and Zoroaster did. The fables and mythoi that have come down to us about Numa show him to be one of those early initiated founders of civilizations and culture. Among all Romans, ancient and later, he was universally respected and regarded almost as the father of Latin civilization. As Romulus represents conquering might, so Numa stands for a succeeding period of consolidation and instruction. He is the teacher, not only of religion but of scientific arts. Tradition connects him with Pythagoras and the Etruscan hierophants. Romulus suggests the attributes of Aries, the first sign of the zodiac and the house of Mars; while Numa suggests the next sign, Taurus, a quiet sign under Venus and the Moon. He was the lawgiver, representing the second stage in the formation of a culture.

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Non-Uniform Memory Access

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Numa or NUMA may refer to:

  • Numa Andoire (1908–1994), French football defender and manager
  • Numa Ayrinhac (1881–1951), Franco-Argentine artist
  • Numa Coste (1843-1907), French painter and journalist.
  • Numa Droz (1844–1899), Swiss politician
  • Numa Denis Fustel de Coulanges (1830–1889), French historian
  • Numa Edward Hartog (1846–1871), British academic and activist
  • Numa François Gillet (fl. 1868–1935), French painter
  • Numa Lavanchy (born 1993), Swiss football midfielder
  • Numa F. Montet (1892–1985), American politician
  • Numa Morikazu (1843–1890), Meiji era Japanese politician
  • Numa Pompilio Llona (1832–1907), Ecuadorian poet, journalist, educator, diplomat, and philosopher
  • Numa Pompilius (753–673 BC), second king of Rome
  • Numa Marcius, first Pontifex Maximus of Ancient Rome
  • Numa Sadoul (born 1947), French writer, actor, and director
  • Numa S. Trivas (fl. 1899–1949), Russian-American art historian and collector
  • Mauro Numa (born 1961), Italian fencer
  • Shosaku Numa (1929–1992), Japanese neuroscientist

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State: IOWA
City: NUMA

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Non-Uniform Memory Access

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Numa in Albanian

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