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jess: PMT dramatically decreases effort required to write complex systems, as well as providing better reliability and often better throughput. Please don't confuse virtual memory and swap: Virtual memory is a higher-level concept, and swap is just one application of that. Virtual memory allows, amongst other things, create memory use efficiency by loading only one copy of data that is shared among numerous processes, as well as loading files into memory that are larger than physical memory.

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