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execute in place (XIP)

Execute in Place (XIP) is a method of directly launching and executing programs stored on memory cards without loading them into memory.

Execute in Place (XIP) is an extension of Shared Memory that reduces the amount of memory required. Execute-in-place operation saves memory space in the working memory on the one hand, and significantly speeds up program execution on the other hand, because the program is no longer copied to the working memory. With the XIP method, the operating system is bypassed and an increase in performance is achieved.

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Updated at: 25.09.2020
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