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The inner workings of computers, including data structures, system buses and distributed computing
- Data structures - the organization of the storage of data in a computer to aid in its efficient use
- Field buses - industrial network systems that allow for real-time distributed control, usually of instruments in a manufacturing plant
- Firewire - the brand-name of one type of IEEE 1394 serial bus interface standard for high-speed communications, often used for audio-visual device communication
- Haptic interfaces - any interface that interacts with a user through the sense of touch
- Hypertext systems - systems connected by text linked to other systems or programs
- Interface phenomena - phenomena that arise in the connection of two or more systems
- Memory architecture - the methods used to arrange data storage to optimize one or more specifications, such as reliability, speed, or cost
- Multiprocessor interconnection - the tools, devices, or circuits used to connect two or more central processing units
- Parallel architectures - the organization of computing resources so that different calculations can be carried out simultaneously
- Reconfigurable architectures - computer architectures that combine the flexibility of software with the high performance of software by using reconfigurable datapaths
- System buses - a single computer bus that connects all of the major components of a computer system
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Pages in category "Computer architecture"
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