This text brings together elements of operating systems, computer organization and networks whilst also giving a practical overview of the subject. Written for students with only a tertiary understanding, it provides a complete picture of the actual working of a computer system. Tackling such basic issues as what does a computer look like inside, what is an operating system and how can computers be linked together, the reader is introduced to the workings of the system gradually. This approach allows the reader to ...

Computer and Network Organization 1995, Prentice Hall PTR, London, England

ISBN-13: 9780133824254

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