Cubic Memory Representation

A nibble is a (0,1)-matrix, a byte is a cubic 0,1-lattice and the next cubic byte-boundary 0,1-lattice represents a 64-bit qword:

This is what I call a natural memory representation as memory building blocks or qubic memory (do not mistaken it with qubit memory). This elevates bytes and 64-bit quadruple words as natural addresses and shows that 32-bit addresses are unnatural.

This also allows to us to visualize certain overlapped memory patterns in dump files (same vertice, edge or side).

- Dmitry Vostokov @ -

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