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Study Sheet, Exam #2, Page 1 Study Sheet/Exam #2 1. Input devices 2. control unit 3. clock rate (and it’s relationship to computer speed) 4. direct access – definition. How it works. 5. Scanned documents/images – are they data-ready? 6. Internal memory, RAM, main memory, primary memory – what is it, what’s it’s purpose? 7. CPU – consists of what major components. The purpose for each. 8. CPU performs four functions. 9. data word – definition, current sizes 10. Computer speed and throughput determined by ??? 11. OCR technology 12. ICR technology 13. access modes 14. Storage area network (SAN) – what is it, how used? Data blocks 15.
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Unformatted text preview: 15. transfer rate – magnetic disk versus CD 16. system software - definitions, types of software included 17. software licensing – how it normally works, value of products 18. 4GLs – definition 19. Most widely used language for Fortune 100 companies 20. OOD – Object-oriented development evolved into what? 21. Compiler 22. application-specific software 23. Web page development packages 24. Linux – why special? Who supports it from large vendor perspective? Study Sheet, Exam #2, Page 2 25. Most of the software purchased how? 26. What does “proprietary” mean relating to software?...
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