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  • History and Flow By Megan Gomez Period 3
    • Input
    • Is data accepted by the system.
    • Some examples of input are a keyboard or a mouse.
    Input
  • Processing
    • Processing
    • 3 primary functions: Fetch, Decode, and Execute
  • Fetch
    • Fetch
    • Gets the binary codes to decode.
  • Decode
    • *Decode
    • *It receives the binary
    • *It decodes it (turns it into information we can read and understand.
    • *Then gives the information to Execute.
  • Execute
    • Execute
    • Execute receives the information from decode and gives it to memory.
    • Memory
    • Memory saves the data.
    • Then the data goes to output.
    Memory
  • Output
    • Output
    • Output is the final stage.
    • The monitor is output.
    • Were the information ends up for you to see.
  • 1980 and 1981
    • *Gmelin Handbuch starts language conversion from German to English.
    • *First good marketing IBM.
    • *Burrough changes B6800 with B6700
    • *Computer Center changes name to Office of Computer Service.
    • *IBM 4341 A gets Administrative computing
  • The End