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seller and to provide related services. * A process has a definite starting point-the time, place, and point of input. * The input is transformed into output via a set of interdependent activities. These activities follow a logical flow; however, they may not add equal value to the process. * The process ends with a defined output that is the resulting sum of all the activities performed on the input. Business processes are valuable organizational assets. They enable the creation and...

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Output and Average Age

State of Residence. The output data will consist of the average age of all the members of the family. Also I need an output printout of each family member that reside in Texas. Therefore, in my program I must be able to allow the user to input the information needed to calculate the average age of the family. To compute the output, I need to create a formula that will give us the correct output information. The following formula can be used to achieve the desired output: Average Age of Family...

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Ups System- Inputs Processing and Outputs

network for storage and processing. At various points along the route from sender to receiver, bar code devices are used to scan shipping information on the package label and feed data about the progress of the package into the central computer. OUTPUT The information on the UPS computer network can then be accessed worldwide to provide delivery information to customers or to respond to customer queries. Customer service representatives are able to check the status of any package from desktop...

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Output and Decoder

that there is a small delay ∆ at each gate (from the input to the output). 2. (0.3 points) Problem 7 from Section 5.10. Simply find the minterm numbers for X and Y from the diagram. 3. (0.5 points) Use an 8-to-1 MUX (74LS151 above) to implement f(W, X, Y, Z) = ∑m(0, 1, 3, 6, 9, 12, 15). Pair rows (0-1, 2-3, ...) so that MUX inputs are 0, 1, Z, or Z'. Show chip enabled, connect variables to address lines, and label function output. 4. (0.5 points) Use a 3-to-8 DECODER (74LS138 above) and an external...

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Microcontroller: Output and Pin

| Introduction to 8051 microcontroller Input /Output pins 32 RAM 128 bytes ROM 4K bytes Timers 2 Interrupt sources 6 Serial port 1 Pin Diagram and Description [pic] Pin 1-8(PORT 1): Each of this pin can be configured as an input or output. Pin 10-17(PORT 3): Each of these pins can serve as general input or output. Besides, all of them have alternate function: Pin 10(RXD):...

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Description of a concert as an operating system with inputs, transformation process and outputs

I have chosen is a particular service operation: the realisation of a music concert. As every other organisation that produce goods or services, it has a precise operating system, composed by a range of inputs, a transformation process and a final output. INPUTS - We must distinguish between two different kind of resources: transformed resources, that are the resources treated and transformed in some way, and transforming resources, that are the resources that act upon the transformed resources....

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Take home Exam 1

everything must be balanced. To achieve this balance, the inputs of the system need to be equal to the outputs for synchronization. The Inputs are land, capital, labor and information and the Outputs are the goods and services. At Fresh & Easy, examples of inputs would be the raw materials, warehouses for logistics operations, investments into labor and stores, as well as the information systems. The outputs would be the final products, i.e. pre-packaged food ready for sale, and the service that is going...

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Output Devices

of a computer system. A central processing unit (CPU), also referred to as a central processor unit, is the hardware within a computer that carries out the instructions of a computer program by performing the basic arithmetical, logical, and input/output operations of the system. In the computer industry, the terms computer and CPU are often used interchangeably. Computing power starts with the most limited microcomputers which are laptop computers, netbook computers, PDAs and cell phones and increases...

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Imperial Units and Optic Calculator Program

Assignment 1: Homework (material from Chapter 2of your text book) 1.) What is pseudocode? A.) Pseudocode is when you pre write a program in your own type of language to lay it out 2.) Computer programs typically perform what 3 steps. A.)Input, Process, Output. 3.) What 2 things must you normally specify in a variable declaration. A.)Type, Identifier. 4.) Write assignment statements that perform the following operations with the variables a, b, and c: a. Adds 2 to a and stores the result in b// Ans...

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Technology Information

manipulation. 7. What is synergy? How is synergy accomplished when a person uses a computer? Explain the connection between synergy and increased productivity. m. Synergy is when computers and humans work together to produce outputs that exceeds the sum of the output. Computers cannot act make decisions, they need a human to make the decisions so when a human uses the computer synergy takes place. Synergy and increased productivity is similar because humans make many mistakes and are slow but...

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