COMPUTER OPERATIONS


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COMPUTER OPERATIONS
COMPUTER OPERATIONSEvery computer contains five fundamental sections: input, control, memory, processing, and output. Each of these sections manipulates binary digits through the use of logic circuits. The entire computer is composed of a power supply, microprocessor-based circuitry, and related peripherals. Peripherals are typically devices that allow the computer to communicate with humans or other electronic devices. For example, a keyboard is an input peripheral; a printer or a flat panel display is used as an output peripheral. Figure 7-53 shows the flow diagram of a typical computer. As illustrated, the central control unit must connect to each section …
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Thomas K. Eismin: Aircraft Electricity and Electronics, Sixth Edition. COMPUTER OPERATIONS, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2014), AccessEngineering Export