A Balanced Introduction to Computer Science
For Introduction to Computing and the Web courses in departments of Math and Computer Science.
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In Figure 1.2, the first three sections (labeled CPU, Memory, and Input/Output)
refer to the systems' various hardware components. ... Given the diversity of
modern computers, it is difficult to describe a “typical” computer hardware system.
The Internet is hardware—a vast, international network of computers that traces
its roots back to the 1960s.The World Wide Web is a collection of software that
spans the Internet and enables the interlinking of documents and resources.
As we saw in Chapter 1, the term “hardware” refers to the physical components of
a computer and its supporting devices.The design of most modern computers is
based on the von Neumann architecture, which consists of a CPU, memory, and
Internet and the Web
HTML and Web Pages
The Internet and the Web
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