Options: a. Graphical user interface, single tasking operating system
b. Graphical user interface, multitasking operating system
c. Command driven interface, single tasking operating system
d. Command driven interface, multitasking operating system
Options: a. Use a protocol to ensure that the system will never enter a deadlock state.
b. Allow the system to enter the deadlock state and then recover.
c. Pretend that deadlocks never occur in the system.
d. All of the Above
Which of the following characteristic(s) is/are suited to the PSS applications?
Options: bursty traffic and low communications intensity, widely dispersed terminals and access to international packets switched services, Multiple remote host or applications accessed by a single local access circuit terminal and circuit, All of the above
Options: the lock is obtained only after the transaction has processed., the lock is obtained before the transaction has processed., the lock never needs to be obtained., transactions that are best suited are those with a lot of activity.
Options: the root is drawn on the left and is the starting point on the decision sequence, the branch, to be followed, depends on the conditions and decisions, to be made, the nodes represent the conditions, with the right wise of tree listing the actions to be taken, All of the above
Options: the same job run on two different computer to test their speeds, the processing of two different jobs initiated from two terminals., the concurrent operation of an existing system and a new system, All of the above
2.In Windows operating system it is a window that is used to display text or to receive text from you. The type of text it displays or the type of text you are asked to provide depends on the application or the situation.