Single address space operating system

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In computer science, a single address space operating system (or SASOS) is an operating system that provides only one globally shared address space for all processes.

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  1. ^ Michael Golm; Meik Felser; Christian Wawersich; Jürgen Kleinöder. "The JX Operating System" (PDF).

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