# Ch 2: Data Representation in Digital Computing Systems

Our professional instructors outline data representation in digital computing systems for your review in this informative chapter. Use these lessons at your convenience 24/7 as you prepare for a test or complete a challenging homework assignment.

## Data Representation in Digital Computing Systems - Chapter Summary

Take a look at this chapter on data representation in digital computing systems any time on your mobile device or computer. Here you'll watch short videos on the types and sources of data, digital and analog signals, number systems and the base-ten system and the application of the binary number system. We've ensured you can work at your own pace with access to these lessons 24 hours a day. Along with the lessons, you'll find short self-assessment quizzes to review the concepts presented in the lesson. Once you complete this chapter, you should be able to do the following:

• Discuss the different types of data and their sources
• Define a byte and its measurement
• Explain digital and analog signals
• Outline number systems and the base-ten system
• Identify the history of the binary number system
• Describe the application and advantages of the binary number system
• Detail ASCII and unicode to represent characters in binary code
• Convert positive and signed integer values in the binary numerical system
• Understand how to convert fixed and floating point values in the binary numerical system
• Explain how to convert between binary, octal, hexadecimal and decimal numbers
• Discuss gray code as a non-arithmetic coding system
• Outline data representation as a practical application for computer architecture

14 Lessons in Chapter 2: Data Representation in Digital Computing Systems
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