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Study Guide to Accompany Computers Data and Processing
1st Edition - January 1, 1985
Authors: Harvey M. Deitel, Barbara Deitel
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Study Guide to Accompany Computer and Data Processing provides information pertinent to the fundamental aspects of computers and computer technology. This book presents the key… Read more
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Study Guide to Accompany Computer and Data Processing provides information pertinent to the fundamental aspects of computers and computer technology. This book presents the key benefits of using computers. Organized into five parts encompassing 19 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the evolution of modern computing systems from the earliest mechanical calculating devices to microchips. This text then introduces computer hardware and describes the processor. Other chapters describe how microprocessors are made and describe the physical operation of computers. This book discusses as well how computers present their outputs and explains the storage and retrieval of massive amounts of computer-accessible information from secondary storage devices. The final chapter discusses the use of computers in the transportation systems and the ways in which they make possible other innovations in transportation. This book is a valuable resource for computer scientists, systems analysts, computer programmers, mathematicians, historians, computer specialists, and students.
Part One: Introduction
1. The Information Revolution
2. The Evolution of Computers
Part Two: Hardware
3. The Processor
4. Input: Gateway to the Computer
5. Output: Getting Results from the Computer
6. Secondary Storage
7. Data Communications
Part Three: Software
8. Structured Programming
9. Programming Languages
10. Structured Systems Analysis and Design; Systems Acquisition
11. Database Management Systems, Management Information Systems, Decision Support Systems
12. Operating Systems
Part Four: Computers in Business
13. Personal Computing
14. Office Automation
15. Electronic Funds Transfer Systems, Security, Privacy, and Computer Crime