Inverted Page Table
Inverted Page Table is the global page table which is maintained by the Operating System for all the processes. In inverted page table, the number of entries is equal to the number of frames in the main memory. It can be used to overcome the drawbacks of page table.
There is always a space reserved for the page regardless of the fact that whether it is present in the main memory or not. However, this is simply the wastage of the memory if the page is not present.
We can save this wastage by just inverting the page table. We can save the details only for the pages which are present in the main memory. Frames are the indices and the information saved inside the block will be Process ID and page number.