Basic data processing operations
Five basic operations are characteristic of all data processing systems: inputting, storing, processing, outputting, and controlling. They are defined as follows.
Inputting is the process of entering data, which are collected facts, into a data processing system. Storing is saving data or information so that they are available for initial or for additional processing. Processing represents performing arithmetic or logical operations on data in order to convert them into useful information. Outputting is the process of producing useful information, such as a printed report or visual display.
Английский язык. Основы компьютерной грамотности 46
Controlling is directing the manner and sequence in which all of the above operations are performed.
Дата добавления: 2015-06-05; просмотров: 814;