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BASIC COMPUTER CONCEPTS

BASIC COMPUTER CONCEPTS

BASIC COMPUTER CONCEPTS Updated 8/27/04 Hardware vs. Software Hardware The computer equipment Includes printers, monitors, disk drives, etc. Software Programs which tell the computer what to do Examples - word processing, gradebook, tutorials, games, etc. History of Computers

By issac
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Secondary Storage

Secondary Storage

Secondary Storage. What is a cylinder? A track? What is secondary storage? What is flash memory? See Unit B in your Concepts Book. Course Guide p. 255. What is (Auxiliary) Storage?. CD-ROM Tape Backup Hard disk Zip Drive Floppy Disks DVD. RAM

By lotus
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Large Scale Integrated Circuits

Large Scale Integrated Circuits

Large Scale Integrated Circuits A Little History In 1942, in the University of Pennsylvania's Moore School of Engineering, John Mauchly and J Presper Eckert built a machine to compute artillery firing tables for the Amercian government. A Little History

By liam
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Essential Computer Concepts

Essential Computer Concepts

Essential Computer Concepts What Is a Computer? A computer is an electronic device that accepts data and instructions from a user, manipulates the data according to the instructions, displays the information in some way, and stores the information for retrieval later What is a computer?

By Anita
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Session 2—Review Quiz1

Session 2—Review Quiz1

Session 2—Review Quiz1. Willamettes had ana external speed of?. 100-133 mhz. Are Silicon wafers used to make CPUs?. yes. What kind of equipment is used to print on silicon?. Photographic High resolution. What was the speed of AMD Athlon XP?. 133-166mhz. What allows one CPU to act like 2?.

By LionelDale
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Memory and Peripherals

Memory and Peripherals

Memory and Peripherals. COSC-100 (Elements of Computer Science) Prof. Juola. Basic Organization. We’ve seen the CPU -- what else? Memory Main/system memory Specialist memory Peripherals Keyboard, monitor, mouse Drives (floppy, hard, pen) Printers, scanners, fish-tank aerators.

By Roberta
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Computer Basics

Computer Basics

Computer Basics . Tianguang Ball State University. Content. Main box Peripherals Software . Computer . Desktop Laptop Server. Personal computer . PC MAC. Server. More?. Main box. Mother board CPU Memory Extensions Drives . Memory . Primary Memory

By richard_edik
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2	 Information Processing

2 Information Processing

2 Information Processing. 2.1 Basic Knowledge of Computer Platforms. PROCESSING. OUTPUT. data. INPUT. info. 3 Processing Stages. Input Enter data into the computer Processing The computer works on the data Output The processed data or results are given out by the computer. *.

By LeeJohn
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Mgt 20600: IT Management & Applications Hardware

Mgt 20600: IT Management & Applications Hardware

Mgt 20600: IT Management & Applications Hardware. Tuesday February 7, 2006. Reminders. Reading For next week Fundamentals text, Chapter Two, Software section Homework Homework One due Friday, 2/10 by 5pm Submit to Mgt20600.01, .02, .03, or .04 dropbox

By Philip
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Memory Hierarchy

Memory Hierarchy

Submitted by: Ajay Kumar Parimi Srinivas Paladi . Memory Hierarchy. What is Memory? Memory is a storage device and it is the part of the computer that holds data and instructions for processing. Each memory location is identified by an address

By Solomon
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WORD PROCESSING BASICS

WORD PROCESSING BASICS

WORD PROCESSING BASICS. Introduction to Computers. OVERVIEW. The Computer System Types of Computers Computer Memory Processing Power Hardware Software Networks Your Responsibility As a Computer User. THE COMPUTER SYSTEM.

By Angelica
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Upgrading and Repairing PCs

Upgrading and Repairing PCs

Upgrading and Repairing PCs. Chapter 2: PC Components, Features, and System Design. What is a PC?. The definition of “IBM Compatible” or “Clone” Who controls Hardware and Software? Microsoft was free to sell their OS (DOS) to anyone, making IBM clones seemingly identical to their competition.

By HarrisCezar
(512 views)

Studying

Studying

Studying. Learning how to learn. 3 problems with studying. Self-motivation Effective time management Figuring out ways to learn. What do successful students know?. Relate their class work Take control of their education Aware of their learning styles.

By sandra_john
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CMP 131 Introduction to Computer Programming

CMP 131 Introduction to Computer Programming

CMP 131 Introduction to Computer Programming. Violetta Cavalli-Sforza Week 1, Lecture 2. Outline of Topics. Review briefly last class More details about hardware Software/Hardware interface Data and program representation Machine arithmetic. Last Class. Course Description Logistics

By Sharon_Dale
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Analyzing algorithms & Asymptotic Notation

Analyzing algorithms & Asymptotic Notation

BIO/CS 471 – Algorithms for Bioinformatics. Analyzing algorithms & Asymptotic Notation. Why Sorting Algorithms?. Simple framework Sorting & searching Without sorting, search is random Finding information Sequence search Similarity identification Data structures & organization.

By ostinmannual
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Java Software Solutions

Java Software Solutions

Java Software Solutions. Chapter 1.1 Computer Systems. 1. Computer Processing. A computer system is made up of hardware and software . Hardware : Chips, keyboards, disks, wires, etc. Software : Programs and the data those programs use. Key Components of a Computer System

By temima
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Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?. Question 15 Question 14 Question 13 Question 12 Question 11 Question 10 Question 9 Question 8 Question 7 Question 6 Question 5 Question 4 Question 3 Question 2 Question 1. 50:50. . . Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?.

By galia
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Large Scale Integrated Circuits

Large Scale Integrated Circuits

Large Scale Integrated Circuits. A Little History. In 1942, in the University of Pennsylvania's Moore School of Engineering, John Mauchly and J Presper Eckert built a machine to compute artillery firing tables for the Amercian government. . A Little History.

By daryl
(391 views)

Essential Introduction to Computers

Essential Introduction to Computers

Essential Introduction to Computers. How to Purchase a Personal Computer. Objectives. Define the term computer and discuss the four basic computer operations: input, processing, output, and storage Define data and information Explain the principal components of the computer and their use

By kaiser
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Essential Computer Concepts

Essential Computer Concepts

Essential Computer Concepts. Objectives. Compare the types of computers Describe the components of a computer system Describe input and output peripheral devices Examine data representation and the ASCII code Define memory and storage

By uta
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