I am reading about
Base & Bounds memory protection mechanism, and I noticed the use of the term 'relocation' in the context of
address space, but failed to understand the meaning associated with it.
Below are some examples:
U.C Berkeley L02/CS162:
Each process appears to have a completely private memory of size equal to the bounds register plus 1. Processes are protected from each other. No address relocation is necessary when a process is loaded.
Furthermore, I searched for the term and found only the definition on Wikipedia that wasn't very clear to me.
Does anyone have any idea?