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1)Input->process->output

.................Memory

................... ^v

Don't really get what you're trying to illustrate here.

Regardless of how I'm supposed to interpret those two I wouldn't call any of them a representation of a computer. To me they seem to be representations of a program running on a computer and not the computer itself.

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Inputs <--> Storage Address in Ram <--> Output --> Input

(keyboard/----^------------------------------------ --> Monitor/Sound/etc

bit value)------|

-----------------|

-----------------v

----------Processing <--> Permanent Storage

--------------------------------------(HDD)

Correct me if im wrong, which i may be

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It really depends on what you are trying to describe, the actual physical way a computer works or the concept of what a computer is. The concept is a machine that manipulates data based on instructions while the simplified physical computer is cpu, memory, input, output, etc. connected to a system bus.

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1)Input->process->output

.................Memory

................... ^v

Don't really get what you're trying to illustrate here.

Regardless of how I'm supposed to interpret those two I wouldn't call any of them a representation of a computer. To me they seem to be representations of a program running on a computer and not the computer itself.

.. i meant

1)Input->process->output

OR

................Memory

................... ^v

2)Input->process->output

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