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Chapter 0 - IntroductionChapter 1 - Data StorageChapter 1.1 - Bits And Their StorageChapter 1.2 - Main MemoryChapter 1.3 - Mass StorageChapter 1.4 - Representing Information As Bit PatternsChapter 1.5 - The Binary SystemChapter 1.6 - Storing IntegersChapter 1.7 - Storing FractionsChapter 1.8 - Data And Programming
Chapter 1.9 - Data CompressionChapter 1.10 - Communication ErrorsChapter 2 - Data ManipulationChapter 2.1 - Computer ArchitectureChapter 2.2 - Machine LanguageChapter 2.3 - Program ExecutionChapter 2.4 - Arithmetic/ Logic InstructionsChapter 2.5 - Communicating With Other DevicesChapter 2.6 - Programming Data ManipulationChapter 2.7 - Other ArchitecturesChapter 3 - Operating SystemsChapter 3.1 - The History Of Operating SystemsChapter 3.2 - Operating System ArchitectureChapter 3.3 - Coordinating The Machine's ActivitiesChapter 3.4 - Handling Competition Among ProcessesChapter 3.5 - SecurityChapter 4 - Networking And The InternetChapter 4.1 - Network FundamentalsChapter 4.2 - The InternetChapter 4.3 - The World Wide WebChapter 4.4 - Internet ProtocolsChapter 4.5 - Simple Client ServerChapter 4.6 - CybersecurityChapter 5 - AlgorithmsChapter 5.1 - The Concept Of An AlgorithmChapter 5.2 - Algorithm RepresentationChapter 5.3 - Algorithm DiscoveryChapter 5.4 - Iterative StructuresChapter 5.5 - Recursive StructuresChapter 5.6 - Efficiency And CorrectnessChapter 6 - Programming LanguagesChapter 6.1 - Historical PerspectiveChapter 6.2 - Traditional Programming ConceptsChapter 6.3 - Procedural UnitsChapter 6.4 - Language ImplementationChapter 6.5 - Object-oriented ProgrammingChapter 6.6 - Programming Concurrent ActivitiesChapter 6.7 - Declarative ProgrammingChapter 7 - Software EngineeringChapter 7.1 - The Software Engineering DisciplineChapter 7.2 - The Software Life CycleChapter 7.3 - Software Engineering MethodologiesChapter 7.4 - ModularityChapter 7.5 - Tools Of The TradeChapter 7.6 - Quality AssuranceChapter 7.7 - DocumentationChapter 7.8 - The Human-machine InterfaceChapter 7.9 - Software Ownership And LiabilityChapter 8 - Data AbstractionsChapter 8.1 - Basic Data StructuresChapter 8.2 - Related ConceptsChapter 8.3 - Implementing Data StructuresChapter 8.4 - A Short Case StudyChapter 8.5 - Customized Data TypesChapter 8.6 - Classes And ObjectsChapter 8.7 - Pointers In Machine LanguageChapter 9 - Database SystemsChapter 9.1 - Database FundamentalsChapter 9.2 - The Relational ModelChapter 9.3 - Object-oriented DatabasesChapter 9.4 - Maintaining Database IntegrityChapter 9.5 - Traditional File StructuresChapter 9.6 - Data MiningChapter 9.7 - Social Impact Of Database TechnologyChapter 10 - Computer GraphicsChapter 10.1 - The Scope Of Computer GraphicsChapter 10.2 - Overview Of 3d GraphicsChapter 10.3 - ModelingChapter 10.4 - RenderingChapter 10.5 - Dealing With Global LightingChapter 10.6 - AnimationChapter 11 - Artificial IntelligenceChapter 11.1 - Intelligence And MachinesChapter 11.2 - PerceptionChapter 11.3 - ReasoningChapter 11.4 - Additional Areas Of ResearchChapter 11.5 - Artificial Neural NetworksChapter 11.6 - RoboticsChapter 11.7 - Considering The ConsequencesChapter 12 - Theory Of ComputationChapter 12.1 - Functions And Their ComputationChapter 12.2 - Thring MachinesChapter 12.3 - Universal Programming LanguagesChapter 12.4 - A Noncomputable FunctionChapter 12.5 - Complexity Of ProblemsChapter 12.6 - Public-key Cryptography
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List four activities of a typical operating system.Protocol: The protocol deals with the interactions of various entities that are connected for the...Example of algorithm: The algorithm is unceremoniously defined as the set of statement or steps...Programming language is machine independent: The language runs on its own and doesn’t require any...An example in which efforts in the development of software can pay dividends later in software...Draw pictures of storing the array in memory’s location by row major order: There are three rows in...Difference between database and flat files is shown below: DatabaseFlat filesThe database is...Determine whether designing the layout of magazines pages is application of 2D or 3D graphics: The...Questions used to reassure: Ronaldo knows how to use the device, doesn’t he? Mathew seldom forgets...Simulation of the given form of structure with Bare Bones: The given structure is “while X equals...
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