June 23, 2019
the address of the data is generated by the CPU
the address of the data is supplied by the users
there is no need for an address i.e. the data is used as an address
the data are accessed sequentially
None of the above
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race around condition occurs when result of cooperating processes depends on the sequence of execution of statements. Shared part of the code is known as critical section and to avoid the wrong answer we protect the block using some mechanism and allows only 1 process to access that variable.
have both their operands in the main store.
which perform an operation on a register operand and an operand which is located in the main store, generally leaving the result in the register, except in the case of store operation when it is also written into the specified storage location.
which perform indicated operations on two fast registers of the machine and leave the result in one of the registers.
all of the above
All of the above
First come first served
Shortest Seek Time First (SSTE)
Assembly and output
swapping a process to the disk
assigning ready process to the CPU
suspending some of the processes when the CPU load is high
bring processes from the disk to the main memory
.OBJ and .COM or .EXE, respectively
.COM and .OBJ, respectively
.EXE and .OBJ, respectively
.DAS and .EXE, respectively
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