I have this problem to solve and I have the answers, but I'm trying to understand the concepts behind it.
A paging system has the following parameters: 2^32 bytes of physical memory; page size of 2^10 bytes; 2^16 pages of logical address space.
1. How many bits are in a logical address? 26 bits 2. How many bytes are in a frame? (?) 3. How many bits are in the physical address specifying the frame? 22 bits 4. How many entries in the page table? 2^16 5. How many bits in each page table entry? Assume each page table entry contains a valid/invalid bit. 23 bits