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Computer Science, An Overview Brookshear © 2000 Addison Wesley Computer Science — An Overview J. Glenn Brookshear Chapter One, Figures 14-29 Data Storage.

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1 Computer Science, An Overview Brookshear © 2000 Addison Wesley Computer Science — An Overview J. Glenn Brookshear Chapter One, Figures Data Storage

2 Computer Science, An Overview Brookshear © 2000 Addison Wesley Figure 1.14 Decoding the binary representation

3 Computer Science, An Overview Brookshear © 2000 Addison Wesley Figure 1.15 An algorithm for finding the binary representation of a positive integer

4 Computer Science, An Overview Brookshear © 2000 Addison Wesley Figure 1.16 Applying the algorithm in Figure 1.15 to obtain the binary representation of thirteen

5 Computer Science, An Overview Brookshear © 2000 Addison Wesley Figure 1.17 The binary addition facts

6 Computer Science, An Overview Brookshear © 2000 Addison Wesley Figure 1.18 Decoding the binary representation

7 Computer Science, An Overview Brookshear © 2000 Addison Wesley Figure 1.19 (A) Two’s complement notation systems

8 Computer Science, An Overview Brookshear © 2000 Addison Wesley Figure 1.19 (B) Two’s complement notation systems

9 Computer Science, An Overview Brookshear © 2000 Addison Wesley Figure 1.20 Coding the value -6 in two’s complement notation using four bits

10 Computer Science, An Overview Brookshear © 2000 Addison Wesley Figure 1.21 Addition problems converted to two’s complement notation

11 Computer Science, An Overview Brookshear © 2000 Addison Wesley Figure 1.22 An excess eight conversion table

12 Computer Science, An Overview Brookshear © 2000 Addison Wesley Figure 1.23 An excess notation system using bit patterns of length time

13 Computer Science, An Overview Brookshear © 2000 Addison Wesley Figure 1.24 Floating-point notation components

14 Computer Science, An Overview Brookshear © 2000 Addison Wesley Figure 1.25 Coding the value 2 5 / 8

15 Computer Science, An Overview Brookshear © 2000 Addison Wesley Figure 1.26 Decompressing  (5, 4,  )

16 Computer Science, An Overview Brookshear © 2000 Addison Wesley Figure 1.27 The ASCII codes for the letters A and F adjusted

17 Computer Science, An Overview Brookshear © 2000 Addison Wesley Figure 1.28 An error-correcting code

18 Computer Science, An Overview Brookshear © 2000 Addison Wesley Figure 1.29 Decoding the pattern using the code in Figure 1.28


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