Options: (A)It is hidden within a database and can only be recovered if one is given certain clues (an example IS encrypted information) (B) The process of executing implicit previously unknown and potentially useful information from data(C) An extremely complex molecule that occurs in human chromosomes and that carries genetic information in the form of genes. (D) None of these 3
The IEEE 802 project of the 1980s involved further defining the lower two layers of the OSI model. A number of standards were agreed upon during that time. Which of the following is the standard for Ethernet?
In 1943, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Winston Churchill and Joseph Stalin met at Teheran primarily
Options: to discuss the strategy to be adopted by the Allies to invade Germany, to consider a common plan of action by the Allies forces against the axis powers, for creating an effective instrument for maintaining international peace, to work out a common line of action against Japan
Options: is a method of memory allocation by which the program is subdivided into equal portions, or pages and core is subdivided into equal portions or blocks., consists of those addresses that may be generated by a processor during execution of a computation., is a method of allocating processor time., allows multiple programs to reside in separate areas of core at the time.
Which of the following is true concerning open-source DBMS?
Options: Is free or nearly free database software whose source code is publicly available, Is free or nearly free database software whose source code is not publicly available, Is not competitive against PC-oriented packages and is fully SQL compliant, Is competitive against PC-oriented packages and is not fully SQL compliant
6.In virtual memory management, when local control policy is applied
Options: (A)It determines the number of processes that are to be resident in main memory. (B) It determines the number of processes that are to be resident in virtual memory. (C) It determines when a modified page should be written out to secondary memory. (D) None of these. 9