Hi! I am doing an analysis of memory consumption when using unified memory on Jetson platforms. I know that both CPU and GPU use the same virtual addresses to access unified memory. However, I can’t find any information about what happens under the hood. In systems with discrete GPUs, it makes sense that under the hood unified memory uses different physical locations for CPU and GPU, but what happens with embedded devices like the Jetson platforms where CPU and GPU share the same physical memory? Can we assume that in Jetson platforms unified memory works like zero-copy with a single buffer for CPU and GPU? Or under the hood unified memory uses different physical locations for CPU and GPU? Where can I find information about this?