Computer Engineering Quiz 11

1. __________counter requires additional circuitry.


2. __________is a component within some larger system.


3. __________is a concept that extends to all systems that are both linear and time invariant (LTI).


4. __________is the vector timestamp that represents the updates that are reflected in the value.


5. __________is time representation in clock tick.


6. __________is used to represent a claim edge in Resource Allocation Graph.


7. _________is a small piece of code that indicates how to locate the appropriate memory resident library routine or how to load the library if the routine is not already present.


8. _________is a standard for interconnecting integrated circuits on a printed circuit board.


9. 10-12 Ghz microwave frequency range will have maximum antenna separation in the range of ______________________ for digital transmission.


10. A ______ application use more than one customization methods.


11. A ___________ is a software generated interrupt caused either by an error or by a user request for an operating system service.


12. A ___________ is an unordered collection of distinct objects.


13. A ______________ is a diagram that illustrates Relationship between data.


14. A _______________ bit is added to the hardware of the computer to indicate the current mode (monitor mode or user mode).


15. A ________________ is a sequence of steps to solve a specific problem.


16. A __________________ within a small part of a program could result in a catastrophe in larger part.


17. A ____________________ is a collection of processors that do not share memory, peripheral devices or a clock.


18. A ____________________ is conceptually a table, but the records of this table are not stored in the database.


19. A _____________________ can translate the words into their bit patterns very easily.


20. A _______________is a variable that any method in a class can access, including static methods such as main.


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