Analysis of Combinational Circuit Notes Tutorial with Examples Combinational Circuit Combinational circuits are Logic circuits that perform arithmetic functions (e.g., addition, subtraction, multiplication and division). These circuits don’t have memory and the output depends only on inputs provided. Combinational circuit is a logic circuit containing only logic gates. Key PointsContinue Reading


Appendix of CS and IT in Cyber Programming Tutorial In  this  cyberpointsolution tutorial we are going to describe about the Some important abbreviations of computer science   . And also we will describe each and every scientist and discoveries .This is the best handbook of cs and it When ever weContinue Reading

Memory Hierarchy in Computer Organization Tutorial Notes with Examples Memory Hierarchy The memory unit is used for storing programs and data. It fulfills the need of storage of the information. The additional storage with main memory capacity enhance the performance of the general purpose computers and make them efficient. OnlyContinue Reading

Binary Codes Tutorial with Examples in Switching Theory and Computer Binary Codes Binary codes are codes which are represented in binary system with modification from original ones. Weighted Binary System Weighted binary codes are those which obey the positional weighting principles, each position of a number represents a specific weight.Continue Reading

Cyber World Computer Fundamentals Questions and Answers – The Input Unit This set of Computer Fundamentals Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “The Input Unit”. CLASS–ONE 1. Which unit is responsible for converting the data received from the user into a computer understandable format? a) Memory Unit b)Continue Reading

Floating Point Representation Tutorial with Examples in Binary Floating Point Representation A floating point number can be represented using two points. First is called mantissa (m) and other one is exponent (e). Thus, in a number system with base r, a floating point number with mantissa m and exponent eContinue Reading

Concept of Schedule in DBMS Tutorial Study Material Notes with Example Schedule A schedule (or history) is a model to describe execution of transactions running in the system. When multiple transactions are executing concurrently in an interleaved fashion, then the order of execution of operations from the various transactions isContinue Reading