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Term Sense, explanation
Algorithm the word «algorithm» occurs on behalf of a scientific IX century Mukhkhamed Ben Al-Horezmi («al-horezmi» – «algorithm») which described rules of execution of arithmetical actions in decimal numeration
Algorithm theory a science studying the general properties and regularities of algorithms and various formal models of their representation
Buffer storage the memory intended for temporal data storage in case of an exchange of them between different devices or programs
Cache memory a part of architecture of the device or the software, realizing storage of often used data for their provision in more rapid access, than cached memory
Computer memory (a data storage device, the storage device) a part of the computer, the physical device or the environment for the data storage, used in computation, during certain time
Control storage the memory containing controlling programs or subprograms. It is normally implemented in the form of a read-only memory
Dynamic storage a volatile memory in which information fails over time (degrades), and, except power supply submission, it is necessary to make its periodic restoration (regeneration)
Ekzabyte 1024 petabyte, 1 152 921 504 606 846 976 byte
Formal logic a science about laws and operations of the correct thinking
Gigabyte 1024 megabyte, 1 073 741 824 byte
Informatics a complex of scientific and practical disciplines that study all aspects of production, storage, conversion, transmission and use of information
Interrupt signal signaling to the processor on approach of any event
Interrupt handler the special procedure caused on interruption for execution of its processing
Megabyte 1024 kilobyte, 1 048 576 byte
Nonvolatile storage the memory implemented by the storage device records in which aren't erased in case of power supply removal. All types of memory belong to this type of memory on a read-only memory
Notation a set of methods of the name and record of numbers
Overlayable storage memory at which there are some areas with identical addresses from which during every moment one is available only
Patch memory the part of a computer memory intended for storage of addresses of faulty cells of base memory. Also the terms «relocation table» and «remap table» are used
Petabyte 1024 terabyte, 1 125 899 906 842 624 byte
Programming language the formal sign system intended for record of computer programs
Projector the optic instrument intended for creation of the valid image of a plane subject of the small size on the big screen
Random access memory, RAM the computing device can address to arbitrary storage cell to any address
Real (physical) memory the memory, which way of addressing corresponds to a physical arrangement of its data
Semantics semantic, informative interpretation of each rule
sequential access memory, SAM storage cells are selected read out) sequentially, one for another, in sequence of their layout. Option of such memory – a stack memory
shared memory, shared access memory the memory available at the same time to several users, processes or processors
Speaker PC the simplest play device of a sound applied in IBM PC and compatible PCs
Static storage a volatile memory to which for information storage has enough saving of power voltage
Syntax is a set of the formal rules of creation of incorrect constructions of language
Technology of programming call set of methods and the means used in development process of the software
temporary (intermediate) storage memory for storage of the intermediate results of processing
Terabyte 1024 gigabyte, 1 099 511 627 776 byte
The alphabet of the formal algorithmic language are characters by means of which it is possible to build components, phrases and other language constructions
Graphic interface The combination of the monitor and mouse provides most the modern type of the interface of the user, graphic
User interface The combination of the monitor and the keypad provides the simplest interface of the user
The compiler is the program which transfers all text of the program to a machine language and saves it in an executable file (normally with extension .ĺőĺ)
The disk drive the computer device, allowing to carry out a reading/data recording on data carriers
The display the target electronic device intended for visual display of information
The input/output device a component of standard architecture of the computer, giving the computer interaction opportunity with the outside world and, in particular, with users and other computers  
The interpreter is the program which provides serial «translation» of instructions of the program on a machine language with their simultaneous execution
The keypad a keyboard control unit of the PC  
The macro is sequence of commands which are written on VBA and which are stored in the standard module of a development environment of VBA of applications
The monitor structurally finished device intended for visual display of information
The printer (print – the printing) the peripheral device of the computer intended for the translation of the text or a graphics on the physical carrier from an electronic look by small circulations (from units to hundreds) without creation of the printing form
Virtual memory the memory, which way of addressing doesn't reflect a physical arrangement of its data
Volatile storage the memory implemented by the storage device records in which are erased in case of power supply removal
Zetabyte 1024 ekzabyte , 1 180 591 620 717 411 303 424 byte



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