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The CPU (most of them) assumes that programs are running from address 0 and the address space of the programs are contiguous. MMU enable the CPU to make such an assumption. Consider a memory management for a system that only allows one application program to be loaded in the main memory and run. This means that at any given time, only the OS and one application program are loaded in the main memory. If we want to support the CPU’s assumption without an MMU, how would you load the program and OS in the main memory? Explain your idea by drawing the memory map.


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