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01/11/09 1 FILE & SYSTEM STRUCTURE (CHAPTER 11)
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01/11/09 2 TERMINOLOGY Computers represent data as a sequence of zero and ones, termed bits: A byte is eight contiguous bits: 0101111110011010101010110000000000…. .00000 0101111110011010101010110000000000…. .00000
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01/11/09 3 TERMINOLOGY Computers represent data as a sequence of zero and ones, termed bits: A byte is eight contiguous bits: 0101111110011010101010110000000000…. .00000 0101111110011010101010110000000000…. .00000
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01/11/09 4 TERMINOLOGY Computers represent data as a sequence of zero and ones, termed bits: A byte is eight contiguous bits: 0101111110011010101010110000000000…. .00000 0101111110011010101010110000000000…. .00000
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01/11/09 5 TERMINOLOGY Computers represent data as a sequence of zero and ones, termed bits: A byte is eight contiguous bits: 1024 bytes is one Kilobyte (KB), e.g., your textbook. 0101111110011010101010110000000000…. .00000 0101111110011010101010110000000000…. .00000
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01/11/09 6 TERMINOLOGY Computers represent data as a sequence of zero and ones, termed bits: A byte is eight contiguous bits: 1024 bytes is one Kilobyte (KB). 1024 KB is one Megabyte (MB), a high resolution photograph. 0101111110011010101010110000000000…. .00000 0101111110011010101010110000000000…. .00000
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01/11/09 7 TERMINOLOGY Computers represent data as a sequence of zero and ones, termed bits: A byte is eight contiguous bits: 1024 bytes is one Kilobyte. 1024 KB is one Megabyte (MB). 1024 MB is one Gigabyte (GB), e.g., a DVD quality movie. 0101111110011010101010110000000000…. .00000 0101111110011010101010110000000000…. .00000
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01/11/09 8 TERMINOLOGY Computers represent data as a sequence of zero and ones, termed bits: A byte is eight contiguous bits: 1024 bytes is one Kilobyte. 1024 KB is one Megabyte. 1024 MB is one Gigabyte. 1024 GB is one Terabyte (TB), all text in the library of congress. 0101111110011010101010110000000000…. .00000 0101111110011010101010110000000000…. .00000
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01/11/09 9 TERMINOLOGY Computers represent data as a sequence of zero and ones, termed bits: A byte is eight contiguous bits: 1024 bytes is one Kilobyte. 1024 KB is one Megabyte. 1024 MB is one Gigabyte. 1024 GB is one Terabyte (TB). 1024 TB is one Petabyte (PB), entire multimedia collection at LoC. 0101111110011010101010110000000000…. .00000 0101111110011010101010110000000000…. .00000
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01/11/09 10 TERMINOLOGY Computers represent data as a sequence of zero and ones, termed bits: A byte is eight contiguous bits: 1024 bytes is one Kilobyte. 1024 KB is one Megabyte. 1024 MB is one Gigabyte. 1024 GB is one Terabyte.
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