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Mask ROM

Mask ROM (MROM) is a type of read-only memory (ROM) whose contents are programmed by the read-only memoryintegrated circuit manufacturer (rather than by the user). The terminology "mask" comes from integrated circuit fabrication , where regions of the chip are masked off during the process of masked offphotolithography . It is common practice to use rewritable masked offphotolithographynon-volatile memory – such as UV- masked offphotolithographynon-volatile memoryEPROM or masked offphotolithographynon-volatile... read more

ROM image

A ROM image, or ROM file, is a computer file which contains a copy of the data from a chip, often from a , a computer's , or from an 's . The term is frequently used in the context of , whereby older games or computer firmware are copied to ROM files on modern computers and can, using a piece of software known as an , be run on a computer.== Creation ==ROMs can be copied from the read-only memory chips found in cartridge-based games and many arcade machines using a dedicated device in a process... read more

ROM hacking

ROM hacking is the process of modifying a ROM image (usually of a ROM imagevideo game ) to alter the game's graphics, dialogue, levels, gameplay, and/or other elements. This is usually done by technically inclined video game fans to breathe new life into a cherished old game, as a creative outlet, or to make essentially ''new'' unofficial games using the old game's engine.ROM hacking is generally accomplished through use of a hackinghex editor (a program for editing non-textual data) and various... read more

LV-ROM

LV-ROM is an optical disc format developed by Philips Electronics to integrate analog video and computer software for interactive multimedia. The LV-ROM is a specialized variation of the CAV Laserdisc. ''LV-ROM'' is an initialism for "LaserVision Read-Only Memory".Like Laserdisc, LV-ROM discs store analog audio and video by encoding it in pulse-width modulation. However, LV-ROM also stores computer files via the Advanced Disk Filing System, which is the file system used by Acorn Computers. An LV-ROM... read more

Ethan Rom

Dr. Ethan Goodspeed, also known as Ethan Rom, is a fictional character portrayed by William Mapother on the ABC television show ''Lost''. Introduced in the first season as the main antagonist, Ethan is the surgeon for the antagonistic and mysterious group known as the "Others".Sarnoff, Elizabeth (writer) & Kim, Christina M. (writer) & Paris Barclay (director), "Stranger in a Strange Land". ''Lost'', ABC. Episode 9, season 3. Aired on February 21, 2007. He infiltrated the fuselage survivors, posing... read more

Khao Rom

Khao Rom () is a mountain in Nakhon Ratchasima Province, Thailand. It is the highest peak of the Sankamphaeng Range, located between Eastern Thailand and Isan.==History==Khao Rom is also known as ''Khao Khiao'' (เขาเขียว), also spelt ''Khao Khieo'', and was known as "Green Hill" during the Vietnam War. At that time there was a US military Air Defense Radar Station of the 621 TCS Tactical Control Squadron, Khao Khieo RTAB TH 'Dressy Lady', at the top of the mountain which is located... read more

Rom Landau

Romauld (Rom) Landau (1899–1974) was born in Poland, but later became a British citizen whilst serving as a volunteer in the Royal Air Force during the Second World War. He was a sculptor, author, educator, Foreign Service officer, and a specialist on Arab and Islamic culture. His particular area of interest was Morocco. He was also an art critic and book reviewer for several newspapers and periodicals, including ''The Spectator''.==Life==Born of Polish-German parents, Landau studied philosophy,... read more

François Rom

François Rom (8 April 1882 – 2 February 1942) was a Belgian fencer. He won a bronze medal in the team épée event at the 1908 Summer Olympics.==References==Category:Olympic gold medalists for BelgiumCategory:Olympic bronze medalists for BelgiumCategory:Medalists at the 1908 Summer OlympicsCategory:Medalists at the 1912 Summer OlympicsCategory:Fencers at the 1908 Summer OlympicsCategory:Fencers at the 1912 Summer Olympics read more

Yael Rom

Yael Rom (; 1932–2006), born Yael Finkelstein, was one of the first female pilots of the Israeli Air Force and the first trained and certified by the force. She was co-pilot of the lead C-47 at the parachute drop at the Mitla Pass which launched the 1956 Suez War.=== Military career ===Although often referred to as the IAF's first female pilot, this was not the case. Rom was among the first women trained and certified by the force and the only one to go on to active service.Born in Tel Aviv in... read more

Wikipedia:GLAM/ROM

We are a group dedicated to improving Wikipedia's coverage of topics related to the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) located in Toronto.Please leave any project related questions on our talk page. read more

Raphael Rom

Raphael "Raphi" Rom is an Israeli computer scientist working at Technion – Israel Institute of Technology., Technion, retrieved 2014-05-01.Rom earned his Ph.D. in 1975 from the University of Utah, under the supervision of Thomas Stockham.. He is known for his contribution to the development of the Catmull–Rom spline,. and for his research on computer networks.==External links==Category:Technion – Israel Institute of Technology faculty read more

Rom (river)

The Rom (Romansh: ''Rom''; ; in Switzerland or ''Rambach'' in South Tyrol (Italy) is a river in Switzerland and Italy. The long river is a tributary of the Adige. It rises in the Livigno Range of the Alps, close to the Fuorn Pass. It flows through the Val Müstair in Switzerland, and joins the Adige near the town Glurns in the Italian province of South Tyrol. The drainage basin is . read more

GD-ROM

GD-ROM (an abbreviation of "Gigabyte Disc Read-Only Memory") is a proprietary optical disc format originally used for the Dreamcast video game console, as well as its arcade counterpart, the Sega NAOMI and select Triforce arcade board titles. Developed by Yamaha, Sega intended to use the format to curb piracy common to standard compact discs and to offer increased storage capacity. It is similar to the standard CD-ROM except that the pits on the disc are packed more closely together, resulting in... read more

Option ROM

An Option ROM typically consists of firmware that is called by the system BIOS. For example, an adapter card that controls a boot device might contain firmware that is used to connect the device to the system once the Option ROM is loaded.== Standard IBM PC BIOS ==This section refers to how option ROMs are used with standard IBM PC compatible BIOSes (most desktop computers).A common example of an option ROM is the Video BIOS found on all standard PC video cards. This is a special case of an option... read more

Lori Rom

Lori Rom (born Loren Rom; August 16, 1975) is an American actress.Rom was born in Red Bank, New Jersey. She attended Carnegie Mellon University's drama conservatory, where she also worked through school. She was originally selected to play the role of Phoebe Halliwell in the television series ''Charmed''; however, she left the series after filming the pilot and Alyssa Milano took over the role of Phoebe. Tabloids stated that Shannen Doherty (Prue Halliwell in Charmed) and Lori were bitter enemies,... read more

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