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  • 1. Computer Software System INPUT OUTPUT STORAGE PROCESS
  • 2. INPUT
    • Input is the term denoting either an entrance or changes which are inserted into a system and which activate/modify a process . It is an abstract concept, used in the modeling , system design and system exploitation. It is usually connected with other terms, e.g. , input field, input variable, input parameter, input value, input signal, input device and input file .
    • Computer Science Information put into a communications system for transmission or into a computer system for processing.
    • Computer Science A position, terminal, or station at which input enters a system.
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  • 3. INPUT DEVICES Next
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  • 5. PROCESS
    • In computing, a process is an instance of a computer program , consisting of one or more threads , that is being sequentially executed by a computer system that has the ability to run several computer programs concurrently .
    • A computer program itself is just a passive collection of instructions, while a process is the actual execution of those instructions. Several processes may be associated with the same program; for example, opening up several instances of the same program often means more than one process is being executed. In the computing world, processes are formally defined by the operating system (OS) running them and so may differ in detail from one OS to another.
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  • 6. Example of Processes Next
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  • 8. OUTPUT
    • Output is the term denoting either an exit or changes which exit a system and which activate/modify a process . It is an abstract concept, used in the modeling , system design and system exploitation.
    • Anything that comes out of a computer . Output can be meaningful information or gibberish, and it can appear in a variety of forms -- as binary numbers, as characters , as pictures, and as printed pages. Output devices include display screens , loudspeakers, and printers .
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    • Computer data storage, often called storage or memory, refers to computer components, devices, and recording media that retain digital data used for computing for some interval of time. Computer data storage provides one of the core functions of the modern computer, that of information retention. It is one of the fundamental components of all modern computers, and coupled with a central processing unit (CPU, a processor), implements the basic computer model used since the 1940s.
    • In contemporary usage, memory usually refers to a form of semiconductor storage known as random-access memory (RAM) and sometimes-other forms of fast but temporary storage. Similarly, storage today more commonly refers to mass storage - optical discs , forms of magnetic storage like hard disk drives , and other types slower than RAM, but of a more permanent nature. Historically, memory and storage were respectively called primary storage and secondary storage .
    STORAGE Next
  • 12.
    • The contemporary distinctions are helpful, because they are also fundamental to the architecture of computers in general. The distinctions also reflect an important and significant technical difference between memory and mass storage devices, which has been blurred by the historical usage of the term storage . Nevertheless, this article uses the traditional nomenclature.
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