Final Examination Preparation - Cyberspace, Fall 09

Final Examination Preparation - Cyberspace, Fall 09 - CIS...

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CIS 0835 Cyberspace and Society IN-CLASS EXAM: 5:30, Room 6 of Tuttleman on December 15th Exam will consists of 75 questions. The format follows: multiple choice questions, word bank, acronyms and an essay question. The essay questions are being provided to you ahead of time so that you can adequately prepare. I’ve attached a list of “words to know” for the exam. My recommendation is to be sure that you are familiar with these terms and their affiliated items. I also suggest that you study the class PPTs, and any notes you have. WORDS TO KNOW Common Output devices Common Input Devices tcp/ip ftp encryption Lossy compression Top level domain Plain text/cipher text protocol application software Common storage devices DNS Arpanet Ubiquitous Computing RAM SPAM Identity theft Tim Berners Lee b2b Categories of operating systems (for example, single user/multi-tasking) Lossless compression b2c graphics formats ROM B2e gui cybersquatting Bit hardware server Public domain software http Components of system
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This note was uploaded on 05/02/2011 for the course CIS 0835 taught by Professor Forman during the Fall '11 term at Temple.

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