What is difference between computer architecture and computer organization?

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  1. hasbuy

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    I have a hard time understanding what they're all about. Please give me the most simplistic way to explain it. If you have some kind of analogy for it, please tell me! I think much better with analogy. Thanks a lot :).

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    Computer Architecture refer to the design of the computer where as computer organization uses entities they uses computer.
     
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    Computer organization:
    1) Computer organization deal with all physical components of computer system.
    2) It describe how the computer perform.

    Computer architectures:
    1) Computer architectures concerned with structures and behavior of computer system.
    2) It describe what the computer does.
     
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    Computer Architecture: -
    Computer Architecture deals with giving operational attributes of the computer or Processor to be specific. the number of bits used to represent the data types, Input Output mechanism and technique for addressing memories.

    Computer Organization: -
    Computer Organization is realization of what is specified by the computer architecture .It deals with how operational attributes are linked together to meet the requirements specified by computer architecture .
     

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