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Lecture 13

CGS 2060 Lecture 13: CGS 13
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Department
Computer Science
Course Code
CGS-2060
Professor
Jay
Lecture
13

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Bit(binary digit)
Smallest unit of
data in an
electronic device
(charged or
uncharged, pitted
or unpitted)
1's and 0's that
allow for the
storage and
manipulation of
data. Total units
of info stored =
2^#of bits
Byte
(8 bits) Bytes can
represent any
collection of items
using a “look-up
table” approach
ASCII
American
Standard Code
for Information
Interchange
"look up table"
approach = bytes
that are code for
symbols
binary number
system
uses only two
values, 0 and 1,
and is used by
computers and
digital devices to
represent and
process data.
Benefits of Digital
easy to: copy,
transfer, and
manipulate. It is
long-lasting and
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syncs format
Digital
convergence
the trend to
merge multiple
digital services
into one device
How are vector
graphics stored?
GIF, BMP, PNG
How are Digital
Graphics
represented?
binary numbers
Satellite Radio
digital radio that
receives
broadcast signals
via a
communications
satellite
Social
implications of
Information
Technology
telecommunicatio
ns: are
communications
that take place
electronically
over a distance.
computer network
is a
telecommunicatio
ns network that
connects two or
more computers
for data
communications.
Expert System
An information
system that can
such as a
medical expert
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