Definitions for "Address space"
A range of accessible memory See also: address mapping
The area of memory that a program can address.
Memory space, either physical or virtual, available to a process.
a collection of partial addresses for a connector that specifies which destination addresses the connector is capable of routing
The address information for a mail connector or gateway that identifies the type of messages handled by that connector or gateway. Address spaces are typically a subset of a complete address — they contain only the elements necessary to identify the route that a message should take.
Address information that identifies a message and its route.
Keywords:  admiral, hopper, grace
Keywords:  endpoint, call
a partial mapping from addresses to updatable storage locations
The number of distinct locations that may be referred to with the machine address. For most binary machines, it is equal to 2n, where n is the number of bits in the machine address.