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What is the difference between computer architecture and computer organization?

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Asked by yuvaraj, 02 Jan '08 05:51 pm
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a lot
Answered by kamal sachdeva, 02 Jan '08 05:52 pm

 
  
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Computer Architecture means to set the standard for all devices that connect to it and all the software that runs on it.
Computer Organization is a study of the Computer Architecture. For example, Memory, Registers, RAM, ROM, CPU and so on.
Answered by Parash Borthakur, 02 Jan '08 05:56 pm

 
  
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