Computers and Information Processing
Aims to introduce the reader to the world of computers, illustrating how to use them. Topics covered include file processing, data communications, databases, computer languages and programming, packaged software, systems analysis and design and information systems.
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WHY LEARN ABOUT COMPUTERS? 2
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addition allow analyst applications areas basic begin bits called characters circuits command communications complete computer system consists contain cost create database describe determine developed devices direct disk display document electronic entered example executed field FIGURE flowchart functions graphics hardware increased input input/output instructions interface language logical machine magnetic mainframe memory microcomputer microprocessor monitor move needed operating system optical organization output packages perform possible present primary storage printed printers problem processing processor produce publishing record referred represent result screen secondary storage signals speed steps storage stored structure symbols Table tape tasks terminal tion track transmission transmitted understand unit utilize write written