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A rare opportunity to develop your computer knowledge. This COA Quiz Contest is designed based on the questions asked in the TNPSC and all state exams and various competitive examinations regarding Computer Organizations and Architecture.
About COA Basic Quiz
TRP study circle Tiruttani, S.TAMIL SELVAN M.Sc. (Physics) ARIVE AATRAL YOUTUBE CHANEL COORDINATOR OF QUIZ PROGRAMMER is organizing COA (Computer Organizations & Architecture) Basic Quiz 2021. In this Quiz Contest, you will get Multiple Choice Questions or Objective-Based Questions on Computer Organizations & Architecture. And If you will score 40% and above, then you will get a free E-Certificate.
Automation is the use of technology to accomplish a task with as little human interaction as possible. In computing, automation is usually accomplished by a program, a script, or batch processing. For example, a website operator may write a script to parse the logs of the website traffic and generate a report. If done manually by a human, this process might take hours or days. However, a computer might complete these tasks in a matter of seconds and can be programmed to repeat them several times a day.
About Computer Organization & Architecture
The design of computers, data storage devices, and networking components that store and run programs, convey data, and drive interactions between computers, across networks, and with users is referred to as computer architecture. Parallelism and other memory organization schemes are used by computer architects to create high-performance computing systems. Because they both focus on hardware design, computer architecture necessitates strong communication between computer scientists and computer engineers.
Significance Of Computer Organization & Architecture
Computer Organization and Architecture reveal the micro-level details of how each instruction is carried out. It is possible to understand data flow, timing analysis, memory hierarchy, trade-offs between execution cycles, hardware requirements/costs, and software-hardware trade-offs.
These principles are crucial if you wish to study embedded systems/processor design because they constitute the foundation of design strategy. Assembly coding is also well renowned for being the closest to the computer, and it is always the most optimum if written properly. This is vital for coding in real-time or time-sensitive systems, where every millisecond counts. It is easier to develop assembly code if you have a thorough understanding of the architecture. When developing assembly code, you know exactly how many instructions-cycles it will take to run it, which isn’t always the case in higher languages like C/Java.
Computer Architecture VS Computer Organization
|Computer Architecture||Computer Organization|
|Computer Architecture is concerned with the way hardware components are connected together to form a computer system.||Computer Organization is concerned with the structure and behavior of a computer system as seen by the user.|
|It acts as the interface between hardware and software.||It deals with the components of a connection in a system.|
|Computer Architecture helps us to understand the functionalities of a system.||Computer Organization tells us how exactly all the units in the system are arranged and interconnected.|
|A programmer can view architecture in terms of instructions, addressing modes and registers.||Whereas Organization expresses the realization of architecture.|
|While designing a computer system architecture is considered first.||An organization is done on the basis of architecture.|
|Computer Architecture deals with high-level design issues.||Computer Organization deals with low-level design issues.|
|Architecture involves Logic (Instruction sets, Addressing modes, Data types, Cache optimization)||Organization involves Physical Components (Circuit design, Adders, Signals, Peripherals)|