Ten100: Chapter 24 Assignment
What major historical events led to the formation of the Internet? What was the US able to accomplish with the computer systems it invented during this period?
What problems were the developers of the Internet trying to solve?
What are the design constraints placed on the Internet users?
Why must data packets be small and sequenced?
What's the difference between an analog signal and a digital signal? Give examples of each.
Do you believe its a good thing that anyone can put anything (or find anything) online? What are some unintended consequences of this freedom?
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The "brains" of a computer, called the _______________, is a very complex, interconnected set of electronic devices, processor, memory, and control chips.
________________ conduct currents, but not as well as a true conductor, such as copper.
An ___________ signal ranges over a continuous set of values.
A _____________ signal has a discrete limited set of numerical values such as bits and bytes.
Discrete packets of information that contain any type of data coded in digital form are called ___________.
Every computer on the internet must have an IP, or ________________, address.
In addition to carrying the address of the receiving computer, each data packet also has to have a ______________ so that the receiving computer can reassemble the message in the correct order.
Small computer groups are called LAN, or ___________________ , and can still be hacked.