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The main memory is a volatile memory while CDs are nonvolatile storage ( ) .IR is a register that contains the address of the next instruction to be...

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1 ( The main memory is a volatile memory while CDs are nonvolatile storage ( ) . 2 ( IR is a register that contains the address of the next instruction to be fetched ( ) . 3 ( I/O devices are Faster than the Processor ( ) 4 ( The greater capacity is the memory, the faster access speed ( ) . 5 ( In serial processing the OS is responsible for scheduling time among processes ( ) 6 ( In multiprogramming, when one job needs to wait for I/O, the processor becomes idle ) . ( 7 ( MS-DOS supports multiple threads of execution ( ) . 8 ( When a parent process terminates, all its child processes if found are terminated ( ). 9 ( If the resource allocation graph contains a cycle, then surely there is a deadlock ( ) 10 ( To prevent deadlocks we must prevent all deadlock conditions from occurrence ( ). 11 ( A deadlock state is a safe state ( ) . 12 ( It is impossible to go from a safe state to an unsafe state ( ) . 13 ( While the program is executing, it is impossible to swap it to the disk ( ) 14 ( In memory partitioning we use a LIFO stack data structure ( ) . 15 ( Moving processes from main memory to disk is called Swapping . ( )
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