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Volume and file structure of CD-ROM for information exchange
|Statement||American National Standard for volume and file structure of CD-Rom for information exchange.|
|Series||National information standards series|
|Contributions||American National Standards Institute., National Information Standards Organization (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||TK7895.M4 I54 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 51 p. :|
|Number of Pages||51|
|LC Control Number||93003113|
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Volume and File Structure of CDROM for Information Interchange 3File Size: 1MB. Conformance of a CD-ROM 1 Conformance of an information processing system 1 3 References 1 4 Definitions 1 application program 2 byte 2 Data Field of a sector 2 data preparer 2 descriptor 2 Extent 2 file 2 File Section 2 implementation 2 Logical Block 2 originating system 2.
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it is a type of read-only memory. During the s, CD-ROMs were popularly used to distribute software and data for computers and fourth generation video game CDs, called enhanced CDs, hold Capacity: MiB (8 cm), – MiB (12 cm).
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The Yellow Book does not actually specify how data is to be stored on, or retrieved from, CD-ROM. Over the years a number of such file systems have been developed for the CD-ROM’s various operating system platforms.
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The ISO primary volume descriptor describes the characteristics of the ISO standard file system information present on a given CD-ROM (refer to Figure 3). The ISO primary volume descriptor acts much like the superblock of the UNIX file system, providing details on the ISO compliant portion of.
Before ISOall CD-ROM discs could be read by all CD-ROM drives; however, CD-ROM drives were not supported by any readily available computer operating system. Application developers were required to have software device drivers for each computer and .Chapter 5 is a monster, and represents over 1/2 of the entire book.
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