Definitions for "Base address"
Address of the first memory location in a block of memory. Usually used to reference the beginning of a record or array.
Refers to the genesis address for a sequence. A base address may refer to the zero point on a stack.
The I/O or memory address that serves as the primary address for programmable registers. All other addresses are referenced to (or offset from) the base address (e.g., Base +2, or Base +8).
Keywords:  datum, table, first, location, data
the location of the first datum in a data table.