Systems Architecture: Hardware and Software in Business Information Systems
Covering a broad range of hardware and software technology, this fully integrated text provides a technical foundation for systems design, hardware and software procurement, and management of computing resources.
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application development application programs application software architecture assembly language binary bit positions block buffer bytes cache capabilities channel Chapter character command layer communication compiler complex components computer hardware computer system cycle data compression data items data transfer rate database device controller display electrical error example file management file management system format functions graphic I/O devices implemented input instruction set integer interface interrupt loaded machine instructions magnetic main memory manipulation memory allocation methods modules MS-DOS multiple normally notation object code op code operands operating system optical output performed physical pixel primary storage printer processor programming language radix point request result rotational delay secondary storage sender sequence sequential service calls shown in Figure signal single source code specific speed storage locations stored symbolic systems software tape tion translation transmission typically virtual memory