Chapter 1 Notes
Chapter 1 Notes CIT 211
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CIT 211 Chapter 1 Definitions Systems Architecture - structure, interaction, and technology of computer or information system components Computer Architecture - Architecture of a single computer system or a group of cooperating computer systems Information Architecture - Architecture of data or information - for example, a database schema or the structure of a document archive Network Architecture - Architecture of a computer network including wired and wireless connections, network specific hardware such as routers, and related communication protocols and software Software Architecture - Architecture of a program, software subsystem, or software system Technology Architecture - Combination of all of the above with specific emphasis on issues such as performance, reliability, compatibility, and extensibility Computer Processors A processor is a device that can perform the following functions Computations (+, -, ×, ÷) Comparisons (<, =, >, ≠, ≤, ≥) General and Special Purpose Processors A general- purpose processor: Reads its program instructions from a storage deice The content of the storage device can be changed, this changing the program and the function performed by the processor. Sequence Alternation Repetition and Names (SARN) - Everything that makes up a computer Automated Computation An automated computation device can: Accept numeric inputs Perform computational functions Communicate results The list above is sometimes summarized as input - process – output
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