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    • H i s t o r y a n d F l o w
      • By: Chelsea Johnson
      • October 10, 2007
      • period 3
    • Fetch
      • Fetch is the process when the data and information is collected and sent to input.
    • Input
      • Input is the process where the all data is collected from fetch and given to decode.
      http://www.saitek.com/italy/images/product/mice_hub/opticalpro_mouse.jpg http://www.centric-computers.com/images/images/keyboards.jpg
    • Decode
      • Decode is where the data and information is collected from input and only the first two numbers are answered and then this processed information is sent to the processor
      http://physinfo.ulb.ac.be/cit_courseware/hf100/images/decode1.gif
    • Processor
      • The processor than retrieves the information and data and it process it and sends to execute
      • http://www.atechfabrication.com/images/htpc/products/mini-server%20082-1280.jpg
    • Execute
      • Execute Is the process in which all data is figured out and answered and sent to output
      http://www.bsu.edu/classes/nasseh/cs276/execute.jpg
    • Memory
      • Memory is the stage when all information and data is saved in either RAM(random access memory)which temporarily saves data and ROM(read off memory) which permanently saves the data
      • http://img.epinions.com/images/opti/b2/64/pr-Lexmark_ROM_font_card_10G0745_Read-Only_Memory-resized200.jpg ROM RAM
      http://www.youcanbuildapc.com/images/computer_ram_memory_ram.jpg
    • Output
      • Output is how the information and data is shown back up and comes back out
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    • Years (1401- 1500)
      • In