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Introduction to computer systems, networks and security

FIT1047 Final: Operating Systems

Operating Systems Saturday, 26 May 2018 7:23 PM An Operating System (OS) is a piece of software (a program) or a collection of different pieces of software that manages the resources in a computer and provides a convenient...

Information Technology
FIT1047
Carsten Rudolf
FIT1047 Study Guide - Final Guide: Context Switch, Subroutine, Interrupt Handler

Virtualising the CPU Saturday, 26 May 2018 8:35 PM Goal of Virtualising the CPU is to run multiple processes simultaneously, but in a way that individual processes dont know that they are running in parallel with other pro...

Information Technology
FIT1047
Carsten Rudolf
FIT1047 Study Guide - Final Guide: Sequential Circuits

Sequential Circuits Saturday, 26 May 2018 3:49 PM Outputs depend on outputs and inputs Also depends on sequence of events that have happened in the past Feedback Passing the output back through the input Establishes a loop...

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FIT1047
Carsten Rudolf
FIT1047 Study Guide - Final Guide: Speaker Recognition, Touchscreen, Wi-Fi

InputOutput Devices Saturday, 26 May 2018 5:01 PM Input gets data and programs into the machine Output devices communicate the results of the computation back to us Input devices include: o Keyboards o Mouse o Touch pad o ...

Information Technology
FIT1047
Carsten Rudolf
FIT1047 Study Guide - Final Guide: Current Contents, Binary Number

Combinational Circuits Circuits are a collection of Boolean gates that are connected by wires. Have Inputs and Outputs Can add binary numbers Two kinds of circuits: Combinational and Sequential Combinational Circuits Outpu...

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FIT1047
Carsten Rudolf
FIT1047 Final: Constructing a CPU

Constructing a CPU Saturday, 26 May 2018 4:44 PM Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU) Combinational Circuit MARIE o Addition of 2 numbers (Add and Add I) o Subtraction of 2 numbers (Subt and Subt I) o Incrementing a number by 1 (In...

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FIT1047
Carsten Rudolf
FIT1047 Study Guide - Final Guide: Instruction Register, Processor Register, Memory Address

Computer Architecture Computer Architecture CPU (Central Processing Units) is the component of a computer that does most of the actual computing. CPU is a sequence of very simple instructions. (Unlike Java, Python, C++) Fo...

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FIT1047
Carsten Rudolf
FIT1047 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cyclic Redundancy Check, Checksum, Negative Number

Representing Numbers Representing Numbers In computers, everything is represented by 0 and 1 When we see a number (365), we use the decimal system to interpret it. o We see 365 as 300 + 60 + 5 Computers work with only two ...

Information Technology
FIT1047
Carsten Rudolf
FIT1047 Study Guide - Final Guide: Computer Memory

Memory Saturday, 26 May 2018 4:50 PM Memory is a sequence of locations, each of which has an address usually starting from 0 Each location can store one data value of a fixed width (fixed number of bits) CPU can read a val...

Information Technology
FIT1047
Carsten Rudolf
FIT1047 Study Guide - Final Guide: Register Transfer Language, Master Boot Record

Instructions to Circuits Data Paths Describes how the different functional units, in particular the registers and the ALU are connected. Hardware implementation of the data paths is the system bus (set of wires that connec...

Information Technology
FIT1047
Carsten Rudolf
FIT1047 Study Guide - Final Guide: Zettabyte, Unified Extensible Firmware Interface, Central Processing Unit

Booting the System Saturday, 26 May 2018 5:12 PM Components of a Computer CPU (Central Processing Unit) is the core of the computer Motherboard largest circuit board with lots of elements CPUProcessor Biggest piece of si...

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FIT1047
Carsten Rudolf
FIT1047 Study Guide - Final Guide: Idempotence, Or Gate, And Gate

Boolean Algebra TRUE is represented by 1 and FALSE is represented by 0. Core operators are AND, OR and NOT. Notation A AND B o A ^ B o AB A OR B o A v B o A + B NOT A A Boolean Operators A AND B is only TRUE is both A AND ...

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FIT1047
Carsten Rudolf

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