Research Papers on Computer System Concepts
Research papers on computer system concepts discuss a variety of different concepts that serve to improve system performance at the organizational level.
Describe how concepts such as RISC, pipelining, cache memory, and virtual memory have evolved over the past twenty-five years to improve system performance.
Objectives of a Research Paper on Computer System Concepts
- Apply the tools and techniques in research and analysis required to evaluate computer and information science products
- Describe how pipelining and superscalar processing improve the speed at which a computer program is executed 3. Discuss security and memory system management systems and their impact on multitasking
- Describe various cache memory strategies
- Describe virtual memory
- Describe the historical evolution of RISC, pipelining, cache memory, and virtual memory over the past twenty-five years
In this short research paper the student will investigate the evolution of and current trends to improve system performance with concepts such as RISC, pipelining, cache memory and virtual memory. In this paper you must, as part of the conclusion, explicitly state the concepts and approaches that seem most important to you and explain your selection. A minimum of three references are required for this paper. At least one article should be from a peer-reviewed journal. If you use Web sites other than the article databases provided by the UMUC library in your research, be sure to evaluate the content you find there for authority, accuracy, coverage, and currency.
Format and length:
The paper should be written using APA style and no more than 5 pages but no less than 3 pages. The font size should be 12 point with 1 inch margins using double-line spacing.