Fixed constant linear velocity is how a cd rotates

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fixed/ Constant Linear Velocity is how a CD rotates, drive speed is fixed while the transfer rate is variable 46. CD-DA/CD-ROM/CD-R/CD-RW - Red Book sector or block of 3234 bytes audio disc/ Yellow Book, doesn’t handle non-audio data, programs and files, Compact Disc read only memory only written on my manufacturer/the R stands for recordable meaning it can be written o once/ RW stands for rewritable meaning it can be written on many times 47. red book/yellow book - for audio cd’s/ for cd-roms ea extended architecture 48. digitize/sampling - the time continuum and voltage continuum have to be converted into discrete sets of values/breaking up the time continuum 49. Nyquist's theorem- 50. ECC/EDC- Error Correction Code/Error Detection Code 51. Interpolate -to guess the real answer between multiple samples 52. photosensitive dye - the laser light changes the properties of the dye when exposed to light 53. multi-session/single-session -allows data to be written in various session, the data is appended at a later time/ single session CDs TOC is easily located by the drive the Multi-session CD drives need to be able to find the latest TOC 54. TAO/DAO 55. finalized/table of contents 56. phase change 57. CD/DVD/Blu-ray 58. DVD double layer/Double sided 59. UDF 60. MPEG 61. lossy/lossless compression 62. CPRM 63. DMCA 64. DVD Audio/CD-DA 65. sector/cluster o a sector cannot change they size a cluster the user can change the number of sectors that are in a given cluster 66. slack 67. FAT16/FAT32/NTFS 68. scandisk/chkdsk/lost cluster 69. attribute byte 70. root directory
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71. metadata files 72. MFT/MFT Zone 73. resident/non-resident 74. ACL 75. ownership/permissions/auditing 76. transaction/commit/rollback 77. RAID 78. POSIX 79. stage/unit/latch 80. assembly line/division of labor 81. pipelining 82. hazard-potntial for something to go wrong/stall/bubble-something wne t wrong 83. data hazard/control hazard 84. data dependency 85. RAR/RAW/WAR/WAW 86. presence bit/register scoreboarding 87. bypassing 88. branch delay/branch prediction unit (BPU) 89. speculative execution 90. out-of-order processing 91. superscalar 92. commit unit/register renaming 93. loop unrolling
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