Nt1110 Computer Structure

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Shafiullah Aslamzada NT1110 Computer Structure and Logic LAB 1 1. Draw a diagram of a computer from the von Neumann perspective, including definitions of all parts of the model. 2. Provide examples of the input, output, and memory sections of the model. 3. Provide a comparison table showing the similarities and differences between desktop and notebook computers. Task1: Here are the functions of the each component in the Von Neumann model of the computer Component Function Control unit The control unit will manage the process of moving date and program that data. In modern computers this memory is RAM. Arithmetic logic Unit This part of the architecture is solely involved with carrying out calculations upon the date. all the…show more content…
Power source: the desktop computer contains a power supply that draws power from a wall outlet and may provide hundreds of watts of power to the system. The notebook computer relies on rechargeable battery for power when not plugged Software: both types of computers can run the same operating systems and application program. Size: the desktop computer sits on a desk and is not easily portable. The notebook computer sits on the top of a table or in your lap and easily portable. Power saving: both types of computers can hibernate or sleep when not being used. Components: the internal components of a desktop computer are not designed of low power operation. This includes the CPU, which is Vulnerability: both types of computers are vulnerable to malicious code if not properly protected. Communications: Notebooks computers typically have infrared port and built-in video cameras and microphones, whereas these devices are add-nos for desktop computers. Unit 1 Assignment 1: Integrated Circuit Technology Assignment Requirements 1. Search the internet using keywords such as Intel processor transistor

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