Posted by: Ivy Wigmore
commonly confused terms, commonly confused words, the difference between, word meanings
Which is correct?
In information technology, an ___________ specifies the overall structure, logical components, and the logical interrelationships of an information system.
Reminds me a bit of how some anonymous wag thought to differentiate hardware from software:
Those parts of the system that you can hit with a hammer are called hardware; those program instructions that you can only curse at are called software. – Anonymous
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