Options: A) The name of companies that made computers
B) The name of product a company gives to identify its product in market
C) A name of class to indicate all similar products from different companies
D) All of above
What is the difference between mnemonic codes and machine codes?
Options: There is no difference., Machine codes are in binary, mnemonic codes are in shorthand English., Machine codes are in shorthand English, mnemonic codes are in binary., Machine codes are in shorthand English, mnemonic codes are a high-level language.
Options: (A)Associated with production of software as per specification (B) Structured approach to software development, whose aim is to facilitate the production of high-quality software in a cost-effective way. (C) An engineering discipline, concern with software development. (D) None of these 22
1.In multi processor scheduling; A: Gang scheduling, B: Dynamic scheduling, C: Dedicated processor management.; 1- The number of threads in a process can be altered during the course of execution. 2This provides implicit scheduling defined by the assignment of threads to processors, 3It is applied to the simultaneous scheduling of threads that make up a single process.
Options: (A)A â€“ 1, B â€“ 2, C â€“ 3 (B) A â€“ 2, B â€“ 1, C â€“ 3 (C) A â€“ 1, B â€“ 3, C â€“ 2 (D) A â€“ 3, B â€“ 1, C â€“ 1 | 69 8
Options: (A)Quality measures that address how easily a system can evolve or migrate (B) Piece of software that acts to accomplish tasks on behalf of its user (C) A quantitative option analysis that allows the cost of various options to be computed, and options can be compared on objective basis (D) Extent to which a software system or component allows for or supports anonymous transactions 11