Introduction to computer-based information systems
Management information and the computer; Introduction to computer based management information systems; Introduction to computers; Data representation and arithmetic; Information storage and retrieval; Instructing the computer; Input/output concepts and devices; Data communications systems; Concepts of data processing; Introduction to software systems; Flowcharting solution logic; The programming task; Introduction to fortran and basic; Introduction to cobol and PL/1; Introduction to RPG II; The system survey; Techniques for analysis of the existing system; Logical system design; Physical system design; System feasibility analysis; System implementation.
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INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERBASED
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analysis ANSWER applications arithmetic assembly language binary coded decimal binary number bit positions bytes calculation called CBMIS central processing unit Chapter characters COBOL column computer storage computer system computerized cost data processing decimal number documentation EBCDIC employee error example executed Exercise field fixed word length flowchart format FORTRAN function hexadecimal information systems input input-output instruction integrated inventory key entry logic machine language magnetic core magnetic disk magnetic tape mass storage memory minicomputer module number system octal on-line operand organization output packed decimal payroll performed primary storage printed printer procedure punched cards puter QUESTION record represented result secondary storage sequential shown in Figure specifications standard BCD statement storage devices storage location stored student subroutine subtraction symbols system design System Survey techniques terminal tion transmission unit updating variable word length word length computer