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Address: An address is a unique identifier that points to a location where data can be accessed, it is used by the CPU for data tracking. 

Bus: A bus is a computer device that handles the communication between the internal components of the computer system, it connects the RAM, the CPU, the I/O devices to other components of the system. There are 3 types of bus in the computer architecture, these are 

  • Address Bus
  • Control Bus  
  • Data Bus 
Registers:  Registers are high speed memories used for the temporary storage of data and instructions of programs currently being executed by the CPU.

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