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Computer Architecture

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Diana Minda

on 19 February 2015

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Transcript of Computer Architecture

COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE
Input/Output
Bits - Bytes
Bits & Bytes
Computers are BINARY devices.

Store instructions and data as sequences of
1 and O.

A
bit
represents an individual 1 or O.
Hardware and Software
Input and Output Devices
Results
Realisation
Conversions
Input
Hardware/Software
Bits and Bytes
Connection between external world and computer
Output
converts machine-readable information
into people-readable form
Software:
Hardware:
Device that is physically connected to the computer.
Collection of computer programs, procedures, and documentation that perform some task on a computer system.
Binary
Similar to Lightbulb Switches
27 bits to Bytes
148 bits to Bytes
226 bits to Bytes
78 bits to Bytes
45 bits to Bytes
64 bits to Bytes
568 bits to Bytes
1234 bits to Bytes
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