Difference Between Analog and Digital Signals

October 7, 2020

Analog Signal The term Analog is a taken from “Greek” word “analogos”. Analog signals are a representation of time-varying quantities in a continuous signal. Analog signals work with natural phenomena and physical values like frequency, earthquake, volcano, the flow of water, speed of wind, weight, lighting etc. Characteristics of Analog Signal It works on continuous […]

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effective capacity and actual capacity

Difference between effective capacity and actual capacity

August 26, 2020

This is one of the most widely asked questions in Supply Chain Management. The difference between effective capacity and actual capacity; Effective capacity: Effective capacity is the maximum rate of the output which can be achieved under the operating constraints. Always lower then design capacity. Actual capacity: The maximum output rate is actually achieved under […]

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Microprocessor and Microcontroller

Difference between Microprocessor and Microcontroller

June 14, 2020

Microprocessor A microprocessor is a multipurpose, Programmable clock-driven, a register-based electronic device that reads binary instruction from a storage device and accepts binary data as input and process that and gives the desired output. A microprocessor is manufactured by using LSI and VLSI techniques. The microprocessor is widely used as a re-programmable system and embedded […]

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Intermittent and Continuous Production System

Difference Between Intermittent and Continuous Production

June 9, 2020

Intermittent: Goods and services are produced to fulfil the order of customers rather than keeping them in stock. Production has done when demand comes from customers. Job or unit and batch production. Continuous: Production is done on the basis of the sales forecast and stock position. The importance is given to planning, controlling, scheduling etc. […]

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Production and Productivity

Differentiate Between Production and Productivity

June 9, 2020

Production: It is the conversion of input into an output. It is expressed as MKS unit or CGS unit or in numbers. The production is done to fulfil the consumer requirement. Productivity: It is the ratio of outputs the system to input employed in the system. It is a dimensionless number. It is the management […]

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Difference Between Efficiency and Productivity

Difference Between Efficiency and Productivity

June 9, 2020

Efficiency Efficiency in the workplace is the time taken to do something. It measures the capability of the workers and managers. Are they capable to do some work or not. Efficiency increases productivity saves time and money.   Productivity Productivity measures the efficiency of the conversion. Productivity is the relationship between output generated by a […]

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RISC and CISC Architecture

Difference Between RISC and CISC Architecture

February 29, 2020

Stands for “Complex Instruction Set Computing.” This is a type of microprocessor design. The CISC architecture contains a large set of computer instructions that range from very simple to very complex and specialized. A reduced instruction set computer, or RISC, is a computer instruction set that allows a computer’s microprocessor to have fewer cycles per instruction than […]

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difference between database and datamining

Difference Between Data Mining and Database

February 20, 2020

Data mining Data mining is the process of analyzing data from a different perspective and summarizing it into useful information – information that can be used to increase revenue cuts cost or both. Data mining the analysis step of the knowledge discovery in database process. For example, data mining software can help retail companies find […]

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difference between database and data warehouse

Difference Between Database and Data Warehouse

February 17, 2020

What is Database? A database is the organized collection of data. Most of the times, these raw data are stored in very large databases. A Database may contain different levels of abstraction in its architecture. Typically, the three levels: external, conceptual and internal make up the database architecture. Used for Online Transactional Processing (OLTP) but […]

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2-Tier Architecture and 3-Tier Architecture

Differentiate Between 2 Tier and 3 Tier Architecture

February 1, 2020

In this article, you will get to know the difference between 2 tier architecture and 3 tier architecture. This is most important to understand in Client-server architecture. 2- Tier Architecture Client/server applications started with a simple, 2-tiered model consisting of a client and an application server.   The most common implementation is a ‘fat’ client […]

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