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Learning Goal: I’m working on a computer systems question and need support to help me learn.
A computer is an electronic device that manipulates information, or data. It has the ability to store, retrieve, and process data. You may already know that you can use a computer to type documents, send email, play games, and browse the Web.

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a computer systems exercise and need support to help me learn.
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Learning goal: i’m working on a computer systems discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a computer systems discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
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It is much faster to read from and write to than other kinds of storage, such as a hard disk drive (hdd), solid-state drive (ssd) or optical drive.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a computer systems question and need support to help me learn.
What is RAM?
RAM (Random Access Memory) is the hardware in a computing device where the operating system (OS), application programs and data in current use are kept so they can be quickly reached by the device’s processor. RAM is the main memory in a computer. It is much faster to read from and write to than other kinds of storage, such as a hard disk drive (HDD), solid-state drive (SSD) or optical drive.
Random Access Memory is volatile. That means data is retained in RAM as long as the computer is on, but it is lost when the computer is turned off. When the computer is rebooted, the OS and other files are reloaded into RAM, usually from an HDD or SSD.
Function of RAM
Because of its volatility, RAM can’t store permanent data. RAM can be compared to a person’s short-term memory, and a hard disk drive to a person’s long-term memory. Short-term memory is focused on immediate work, but it can only keep a limited number of facts in view at any one time. When a person’s short-term memory fills up, it can be refreshed with facts stored in the brain’s long-term memory.
A computer also works this way. If RAM fills up, the computer’s processor must repeatedly go to the hard disk to overlay the old data in RAM with new data. This process slows the computer’s operation. If you want more details, so support me.

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a computer systems multi-part question and need an

Learning Goal: I’m working on a computer systems multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
The format of your document should have an introduction, body and conclusion FOR EACH QUESTION.
Be sure to include your name, week and page numbers in the header/footer of the document.
Your assignment should be submitted as either a word or PDF document.
Note: All submissions will be scanned using blackboards automated plagiarism checker.
1. Sailing ships have architectures, which means they have “structures” that lend themselves to reasoning about the ship’s performance and other quality attributes. Look up the technical definitions for barque, brig, cutter, frigate, ketch, schooner, and sloop. Propose a useful set of “structures” for distinguishing and reasoning about ship architectures. (Chapter 1)
2. For each of the 13 reasons why architecture is important articulated in this chapter, take the contrarian position: Propose a set of circumstances under which architecture is not necessary to achieve the result indicated. Justify your position. (Try to come up with different circumstances for each of the 13 reasons.) (Chapter 2)
3. Enumerate the set of responsibilities that an automatic teller machine should support and propose a design to accommodate that set of responsibilities. Justify your proposal. (Chapter 3)
4. Consider the fault detection tactics (ping/echo, heartbeat, system monitor, voting, and exception detection). What are the performance implications of using these tactics? (Chapter 4)