The Armv8-A memory model provides the basis for how a processor core interacts with memories in a system. You can apply the principles of the model that you have learned through this guide when you begin to develop low level code, like boot code or drivers. You can also put this learning into practice when you write code to set up or manage the Memory Management Unit (MMU).
The next guide in this series discusses address translation in Memory management.
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