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Memory management, often specifically called bank switching: Memory management unit - Wikipedia[^]

I used to use it in a Z80 clone called the HD64180 which included a MMU to expand the 16 bit address space of the Z80 processor (i.e 64Kbyte) to 1Meg by dividing the processor address space into three banks and assigning them to different areas in the 1MB space. So your ROM was in Bank0, say, and that where the core software was (interrupts, threading, bank control, important stuff you needed all the time), Bank1 was your "user code", and Bank2 was your RAM - and you swapped the banks in and out as needed. Took a bit of work to get it straight in your head (it wasn't the most obvious implementation or an MMU) but it worked pretty well in practice as long as you paid attention.
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