M G University B-Tech 8th Semester Syllabus

SECURITY IN COMPUTING
RT 801 2+1+0
Module1
Introduction: Security basics – Aspects of network security – Attacks – Different
types – Hackers – Crackers – Common intrusion techniques –Trojan Horse,
Virus, Worm – Security services and mechanisms.
Module 2
OS Security – Protection Mechanisms –Authentication & Access control –
Discretionary and Mandatory access control – Authentication mechanisms –
Official levels of computer security (DoD) – Security breaches – Concept of a
hole – Types of a holes – Study of the security features for authentication, access
control and remote execution in UNIX, WINDOWS 2000
Module 3
Cryptography: Basic Encryption & Decryption – Transposition & substitution
ciphers – Caesar substitution – Polyalphabetic substitutions – Crypt analysis –
Symmetric key algorithms – Fiestel Networks – Confusion – Diffusion – DES
Algorithm – Strength of DES – Comparison & important features of modern
symmetric key algorithms – Public key cryptosystems – The RSA Algorithm –
Diffice Hellman key exchange – comparison of RSA & DES – Message
Authentication & Hash functions – Digital signature
Module 4
Network & Application Security: Kerberos – X509 Authentication service – IP
security Architecture – Secure socket layer – Electronic mail security – Pretty
Good privacy – S/MIME – secure Electronic Transactions – Firewalls – Security
mechanisms in JAVA platform – Applet security – Security policy and Security
Manager.
Module 5
Database Security: – Security issues – SQL security DAC based on granting &
revoking privileges – MAC for multilevel security – Statistical database security.
Text Books
1. Module1, 4 Network Security Essentials Applications & Standards, William S.,
Pearson Education Asia
2. Module2 Modern operating System, Andrew S. Tanenbaum, Pearson Education
Asia
3. Using JAVA 2 platform, Joseph L. Weber, Prentice Hall of India
4. Module3 Cryptography and network security principles and practice, William
Stallings, Pearson Education Asia
5. Information theory coding and cryptography, Ranjan Bose, TMH
6. Module 4,5 Designing security Architecture Solutions, Jay Ramachandran, Wiley
Dreamtech
7. Module5 Database Security Mechanisms for Computer Network, Sead Muftic,
John wiles
References
1. Security in Computing – Charles P. Pfleeger IEEE Computer Science Press
2. Database Security Mechanisms for Computer Network- Sead Muftic, John wiles
3. Designing Security Architecture Solutions – Jay Ramachandran, Wiley dreamtech
4. Firewalls Complete – Marcus Gonsalvus, TMH
5. Networking Technologies – Jaisal, Galgotia Publication
6. Security in Computer Operating System – G.O.Shea, NCC Blackwell Manchester
Oxford
7. Mastering JAVA security: Cryptography, Algorithms and Architecture – Rich
Helton, Wiley Dreamtech
8. Implementing IPv6- Mark A. Miller P.E, IDG Books
HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING
R802 2+1+0
Module1
Introduction to parallel processing – Trends towards parallel processing –
Parallelism in uniprocessor – Parallel computer structures-Architecture
classification schemes – Indian contribution to parallel processing.
Module 2
Principles of pipelining and vector processing – Linear pipelining – Classification
of pipeline processors – General pipelines – Instruction and Arithmetic pipelines –
Design of Pipilined instruction unit-Prinnciples of Designing Pipeline Processors-
Instruction prefetch and branch handling- Dynamic pipelines – Architecture of
Cray-1.
Module 3
Array processors – SIMD array processors – Interconnection networks – Static vs
dynamic networks – mesh connected networks – Cube interconnection networks –
Parallel algorithms for array processors – SIMD matrix multiplication-Parallel
sorting on array processors – Associative array processing – Memory organization.
Module 4
Multiprocessor architectures and Programming – Loosely coupled and Tightly
coupled multiprocessors – Interconnection networks – Language features to
exploit parallelism – Process synchronisation mechanisms.
Module5
Dataflow computers – Data driven computing and Languages – Data flow
computers architectures – Static data flow computer -Dynamic data flow computer
-Data flow design alternatives.
Text Book
1. Computer Architecture & Parallel Processing – Kai Hwang & FayeA.Briggs,
McGraw Hill
References
1. Elements of Parallel computing – V. Rajaraman – PHI
2. Super Computers – V. Rajaraman – Wiely arstern
3. Parellel Processing for Super Computers & AI – Kai Hwange & Douglas Degneot
4. Mc Graw Hill
5. Highly parallel computing – George S. Almasi, Allan Gottlieb – Benjamin
Cumings Publishers.
6. HIgh Performance Computer Architecture – Harold S. Stone, Addison Wesley.
7. Advanced Computing – Vijay P.Bhatkar, Asok V.Joshi, Arirban Basu, Asok
K.Sharma.
PRINCIPLES OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES
R803 3+1+0
Module1
Introduction – Role of programming languages – Effects of Environments on
languages – Language Design issues – Virtual computers and binding times,
Language Paradigms.
Module2
Data types – Specification of data types, implementation of elementary data types,
Declarations, type checking and type conversion – Assignment and Initialisation –
Structured data types – Specification of data structure types, Implementation of
data structure type – Declarations and type checking for data structures.
Module 3
Abstract data types, Encapsulation by subprogram – Type definition, storage
management – Sequence Control – Implicit and Explicit sequence control,
sequencing with arithmetic expressions, sequence control between statements.
Module 4
Subprogram control – Subprogram sequence control, attributes of data control,
Shared data in subprograms – Abstract data types revisited, Inheritance,
Polymorphism.
Module 5
Advances in Language design – Variations of subprogram control, Parallel
programming, Introduction to exception handling – Exception handling in JAVA,
Hardware developments, software architecture.
Text Book
1. Programming Languages, Design & Implementation – Terrence W. Pratt, Marvin
V. Zelkowitz., Pearson Education Asia / Prentice Hall of India
Reference
1. Programming Languages – Robert W Sebesta, Pearson EducationAsia
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
RT 804 3+1+0
Module 1
Introduction – Definitions – AI application areas – Example problems- Problems
and problem spaces – Problem characteristics – Problem solving by searching,
Searching strategies – Breadth first search, Uniform cost search, DFS, Depth –
Limited search, Bi-directional search – Constraint satisfaction search.
Module 2
Informed search, A* algorithm, Heuristic functions – Inventing Heuristic
functions – Heuristic for constraint satisfaction problem – Iterative deepening –
Hill climbing – Simulated Annealing.
Module3
Game playing and knowledge structures – Games as search problem – Imperfect
decisions – Evaluation functions – Alpha – Beta pruning – state of art game
programs, Introduction to frames and semantic nets.
Module 4
Knowledge and Reasoning – Review of representation and reasoning with Logic
– Inference in first order logic, Inference rules involving quantifiers, modus
ponens, Unification, forward and backward chaining – Resolution.
Module 5
Introduction to Prolog – Representing facts – Recursive search – Abstract data
types – Alternative search strategies – Meta predicates, Matching and evaluation,
meta interpreters – semantic nets & frames in prolog.
Text Books
Module 1,2,3,4
1. Artificial Intelligence – A modern approach, Stuact Russell – Peter Narang,
Pearson Education Asia
2. Artificial Intelligence Rich E. – McGraw Hill Booq Company
Module 5
3. Artificial Intelligence, George F Luger, Pearson Education Asia
References
1. An Introduction to Artificial Intelligence – Eugene Charniak & Drew McDermot,
Pearson Education Asia
ELECTIVE – II
R805 3+1+0
List of electives
1. Advanced Mathematics
2. Client-Server Computing
3. E-Commerce
4. Analysis and Modeling of Digital Systems
5. Distributed Computing
6. User Interface Design
Note
New Electives may be added according to the needs of emerging fields in
technology. The name of the elective and its syllabus should be submitted to the
university before the course is offered.
ADVANCED MATHEMATICS (ELECTIVE – I)
CMELR 805-1 3+1+0
Module 1 Green’s Function
Heavisides, unit step function – Derivative of unit step function – Dirac delta
function – properties of delta function – Derivatives of delta function – testing
functions – symbolic function – symbolic derivatives – inverse of differential
operator – Green’s function – initial value problems – boundary value problems –
simple cases only
Module 2 Integral Equations
Definition of Volterra and Fredholm Integral equations – conversion of a linear
differential equation into an integral equation – conversion of boundary value
problem into an integral equation using Green’s function – integral equation with
separable Kernels – Integral equations of convolution type – Neumann series
solution.
Module 3 Gamma, Beta functions
Gamma function, Beta function – Relation between them – their transformations
– use of them in the evaluation certain integrals – Dirichlet’s integral –
Liouville’s extension of Dirichlet’s theorem – Elliptic integral – Error function.
Module 4 Power Series solution of differential equation
The power series method – Legendre’s Equation – Legendre’s polynomial –
Rodrigues formula – generating function – Bessel’s equation – Bessel’s function
of the first kind – Orthogonality of Legendre’s Polynomials and Bessel’s
functions.
Module 5 Numerical solution of partial differential equations.
Classification of second order equations- Finite difference approximations to
partial derivatives – solution of Laplace and Poisson’s equations by finite
difference method – solution of one dimensional heat equation by Crank –
Nicolson method – solution one dimensional wave equation.
References
1. Linear Integral Equation- Ram P.Kanwal, Academic Press, New York
2. A Course on Integral Equations – Allen C.Pipkin, Springer – Verlag
3. Advanced Engg. Mathematics – H.K.Dass, S.Chand
4. Advanced Engg. Mathematics- Michael D.Greenberge, Pearson Edn. Asia
5. Numrical methods in Engg. & Science – B.S.Grewal, Khanna Publishers
6. Generalized functions – R.F. Hoskins, John Wiley and Sons.
7. Principles and Techniques of Bernard Friedman – John Wiley and sons Applied
Mathematics
8. Principles of Applied Mathematics- James P.Keener, Addison Wesley.
9. Numerical methods – P.Kandasamy, K.Thilagavathy, K.Gunavathy, S.Chand & co
CLIENT SERVER COMPUTING (ELECTIVE – II)
RT 805-2 3+1+0
Module 1 Introduction
History – uses – Client Server Computing & Hetrogenous Computing – Cross
Platform Computing Distributed Computing – The costs of Client Server
Computing – Advantages and Disadvantages – Client Server Databases.
Module 2 Design
Fundamentals of client server design – Managing the interaction of client and
server – Communications Techniques protocols & Client server interaction
protocols – Preparing applications for client server – Optimizing applications for
client server – Example client server implementations – Request acceptance
dispatching – Execution of requests – Client server interaction using message.
Module 3 Multitasking
Multi programming vs multitasking – Processor – Advantages and draw backs of
multiple processor – Child and parent processor – Case study Novell Netware and
Windows NT – Developing server applications – Threads – Server communication
model.
Module 4 Synchronization
Scheduling implementations – processing queues – context switching pre emptive
systems – critical sections – mutual exclusion – semaphores – semaphore
implementations in NT & Netware.
Module 5 Communications
Network communication – Inter process communication – Building portable client
server applications.
References
1. Novell’s Guide to Client-Server Application & Architecture- Jeffrey D.Schqnk,
Novell Press.
2. Client Server Computing – Dawna Travis Dewire, McGraw Hill.
3. Developing Client Server Applications – W.H.Inman, BPB.
4. Guide to Client Server Databases – Joe Salemi, BPB.
5. Client Server Strategies- David Vaskevitch, Galgotia.
E-COMMERCE (ELECTIVE – II)
R805-3 3+1+0
Module1 Introduction to Electronic Commerce
E-Commerce Framework, Anatomy of E-Commerce Applications, E-Commerce
Consumer & Organization Applications. E- Commerce and World Wide Web –
Internet Service Providers, Architectural Framework for Electronic Commerce,
WWW as the Architecture, Hypertext publishing.
Module 2 Network Security
Client-Server Network Security, CS Security Threats, Firewalls, Data & Message
Security, Encrypted Documents, Security on the Web.
Module 3 Electronic Payment Systems
Types of Electronic Payment Systems, Digital Token Based Electronic Payment
System, Smart Cards, Credit Cards, Risk in Electronic Payment Systems,
Designing Electronic Payment Systems.
Module 4 Electronic Data Interchange
EDI Application in Business, EDI-Legal, Security and Privacy Issues, EDI
standardization, EDI Envelope for Message Transport, Internet based EDI,
Internal Information System, Work-flow Automation and Coordination, Supply
Chain Management, Document Library, Types of Digital Documents, Corporate
Data Warehouses
Module 5 Recent Trends in E-Commerce
Multimedia in E-Commerce, Video Conferencing with Digital Videos, Broad
Band Telecommunication, Frame & Cell Relays, Switched Multimegabit Data
Service (SMDS), Asynchronous Transfer Mode, Mobile Computing and Wireless
Computing.
Text Book
1. Frontiers of Electronic Commerce – Ravi Kalakota & Andrew B Whinston,
Pearson Education Asia
References
1. Global Electronic Commerce – J Christopher Westland & Theodore H K Clark
2. E- Commerce The cutting edge of Business – Kamlesh K Bajaj & Debjani Nag
3. E-Commerce – Strategy, Technologies and Applications, TMH
ANALYSIS AND MODELING OF DIGITAL SYSTEMS (ELECTIVE – II)
RT805-4 3+1+0
Module1
Introduction to VHDL: Digital system design – Role of hardware description
language- Modeling digital systems – events, propagation delays and concurrency
– waveforms and timing – signal values – shared signals – simulation model –
synthesis model – Field Programmable Gate Arrays.
Module 2
Basic language concepts simulation: signals – Entity architecture – concurrent
statements – Constructing VHDL models using CSAs – delays.
Synthesis: Interface from declarations, simple CSA statements, conditional signal
assignment statements, and selected signal assignment statements.
Module3
Modeling behavior Simulation: The process construct – programming constructs
– the wait statement – attributes – generating clocks and periodic waveforms –
using signals – modeling state machines – constructing VHDL models –
programming errors.
Synthesis: language directed view – inference from within process – issues –
signals vs. variables – latch vs. flip flop – the wait statement – state machine.
Module 4
Modeling structure: Describing structure – structural VHDL model – hierarchy,
abstraction and accuracy – generics – component instantiation and synthesis – the
generate statement subprograms: functions – procedures – sub program and
operator overloading – packages and libraries.
Module 5
Basic I/O operations – the package TEXTIO – ASSERT statement – terminology
and directory structure – simulation mechanics – synthesis mechanics –
identifiers – data objects – data types – operators.
Text Book
1. Introductory VHDL – Sudhakar Yalamanchili, Pearson Education Asia.
References
1. VHDL primer – J Bhaskar, Pearson Education Asia
2. Analysis and modeling of digital systems – Zainalabedin Navabi, McGraw Hill.
DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING (ELECTIVE – II)
RT805-5 3+1+0
Module I Introduction
Introduction to Distributed Systems, evolution, characteristics, design issues, user
requirements, Network technologies and protocols – overview, MACH,
AMOBEA- overview.
Module 2 Distributed file system
File service components, design issues, interfaces, implementation techniques,
Sun Network File System – architecture and implementation, other distributed file
systems – AFS, CODA. Name services – SNS name service model.
Module 3 Communication in distributed systems
Client server communication, Group communication, Message passing – features,
synchronizations, RPC – model, implementation, stub generation, messages,
marshalling, Server management. Distributed shared memory – Architecture,
design issues, structure of shared memory space, replacement strategy, thrashing.
Synchronization – clock synchronization, event ordering, mutual exclusion
Module 4 Resource and Process management
Features of scheduling algorithms, Task assignment approach, load balancing,
load sharing, Process migration mechanisms, Threads – scheduling.
Module 5 Consistency maintenance
Transaction recovery – methods- intention lists, Fault tolerance – failures,
Byzantine failures.
Deadlocks in distributed systems – detection and prevention, centralized and
distributed approaches.
References
1. Distributed Systems – Concepts and designing – George Coulouris, Jean
Dellimore, Tim Kindberg – Pearson Education Asia
2. Distributed Operating Systems – Andrew S. Tenenbaum Pearson Education Asia
3. Distributed Operating Systems – Concepts and design – Pradeep. K, Sinha, PHI
USER INTERFACE DESIGN (ELECTIVE – II)
RT805-6 3+1+0
Module 1 Introduction
Importance of user interface – definition, importance of good design, brief history
– Graphical User Interface – Web User Interface – Principles of User interface
design.
Module 2 Design Process
Human Interaction with computers, Importance of Human Characteristics,
Human consideration, Human Interaction speeds – Understanding Business
function
Module 3 Screen Designing
Design goals – screen meaning and purpose, organizing screen elements- ordering
of screen data and content – screen navigation and flow – visually pleasing
composition – amount of information – focus and emphasis – presenting
information simply and meaningfully – information retrieval on web – Statistical
graphics – Technological considerations in Interface Design.
Module 4 Windows and components
Menus and navigation schemes, selection of windows, Selection of device based
and screen based controls – text and messages – icons and images – Multimedia –
colours- uses, problems, choosing colours.
Module 5 Software tools
Specification methods, interface building tools
Interaction devices: keyboard and function keys – pointing devices- speech
recognition, digitization and generation – image and video displays – printers.
Text Book
1. The Essential Guide to User Interface Design 2nd Edn. – Wilbert O. Galitz, Wiley
Dreamtech
2. Designing the User Interface 3rd Edn. – Ben Shneiderman, Pearson Education
Asia
References
1. Human Computer Interaction – John M. Carroll, Pearson Education Asia
2. The Essentials of User Interface Design – Alan Cooper, Wiley Dreamtech
ELECTIVE – III
R806 3+1+0
List of electives
1. Multimedia Systems
2. Embedded Systems
3. Neural Networks
4. Genetic Algorithms and Applications
5. Advanced Networking Trends
6. Data Processing and Analysis Techniques
7. Biometrics
Note
New Electives may be added according to the needs of emerging fields in
technology. The name of the elective and its syllabus should be submitted to the
university before the course is offered.
MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS (ELECTIVE – III)
R806-1 3+1+0
Module 1 1ntroduction
Definition of multimedia, multimedia, hardware, software applications and
software environments – Media Types – Analog and digital video, digital audio,
music and animation – Analog & Digital video – Memory storage – Basic tools –
Authoring tools.
Module 2 Building Blocks
Text – Hyper text – Sound – Sound cards – Standards – Image – Image types –
Image compression, RLE, JPEG, MPEG – Fractal and Wavelet Compressions –
Image file types – Animation – Capture and Playback techniques. (basic ideas
only)
Module 3 Multimedia Environments
The Compact Disc family, CD-interactive, Digital Video Interactive, QuickTime,
Multimedia PC and Microsoft Multimedia Extensions.
Module 4 Multimedia Programming
Framework: Overview, Media classes, Transform classes, Format classes and
Component classes – Problems related to programming – Composition,
Synchronisation, Interaction, Database integration.
Module 5 Advanced Multimedia
Moving pictures – Techniques realistic image synthesis, Virtual Reality – Full
motion digital video – Video capture techniques – multimedia networks – Desktop
video conferencing – Future multimedia.
References
1. Multimedia Programming Objects, Environments & Framework – Simon J.
Gibbs, Dionysios C. Tsischritziz (Addison-Wesley Publishing Co.)
2. Multimedia – Making it work – Tay Van Ghan – Osborne – Tata Mcgraw Hill
3. Authoring Interactive multimedia – Arch C Luther
4. Optimizing your Multimedia PC – L.J. Skibbe, Susan Lafe Meister – Comdex
5. Multimedia Bible – Winn L. Rosch, Sams
6. Multimedia Producers Bible – Ron Goldberg, Comdex
7. Multimedia Power Tools – Peter Jellam, Random house Electronic Pub.
8. Multimedia Computing – Mathew E. Hodger & Russel M. Sasnett, Addison
wesley
9. Integrated Multimedia Systems Overview – Palikom, The communication Wall
EMBEDDED SYSTEMS (ELECTIVE – III)
RT806-2 3+1+0
Module1 Overview of Embedded System
Embedded System, Categories of Embedded System, Requirements of Embedded
Systems, Challenges and Issues in Embedded Software Development,
Applications of Embedded Systems in Consumer Electronics, Control System,
Biomedical Systems, Handheld computers, Communication devices.
Module 2 Embedded Hardware & Software Development Environment
Hardware Architecture, Micro-Controller Architecture, Communication Interface
Standards, Embedded System Development Process, Embedded Operating
systems, Types of Embedded Operating systems.
Module 3 Embedded Communication System
Serial Communication, PC-to-PC Communication, Serial Communication with
the 8051 Family of Micro-controllers, Protocol Converter, Voice-over-IP,
Embedded Applications over Mobile Network example MP3 Sound Player.
Module 4 Real Time & Database Applications
Real-Time Embedded Software Development, Sending a Message over a Serial
Link, Simulation of a Process Control System, Controlling an Appliance from the
RTLinux System, Embedded Database Applications using examples like Salary
Survey, Energy Meter Readings.
Module 5 Java Applications & Future Trends in Embedded Systems
Networked Java-Enabled Information Appliances, Embedded Process Control
System, Mobile Java Applications, Appliance Control using Jini, System on a
Chip (SOC), Smart Cards and the Cashless Society, Security in Embedded
Systems.
Text Book
1. Programming for Embedded Systems- Dreamtech Software Team, Wiley
Dreamtech
Reference
1. Fundamentals of Embedded Software where C and Assembly Meet – Daniel W
Lewis.
NEURAL NETWORKS (ELECTIVE – III)
RT806-3 3+1+0
Module 1
Introduction – Principles – artificial neuron – activation functions – Single layer &
multilayer networks – Training artificial neural networks – Perception –
Representation – Linear separability – Learning – Training algorithms.
Module 2
Back Propagation – Training algorithm – Applications – network configurations –
Network paralysis – Local minima – temporal instability.
Module 3
Counter Propagation networks: Kebenon layer – Training the cohenen layer – Pre
initialising the wright vectors – statistical properties – Training the Grosbery layer
– Full counter propagation network – Application.
Module 4
Statistical methods – Boltzmann’ s Training – Cauche training – Artificial specific
heat methods – Applications to general non-linear optimization problems.
Module 5
Hopfield nets – Recurrent networks – stability – Associative memory – applications
– Thermo dynamic systems – Statistical Hopfield networks – Bidirectional
associative memories – Continous BAM – Adaptive resonance theory –
Architecture classification – Implimentation.
Text Book
1. Neural Computing Theory & Practice – Philip D. Wasserman.
References
1. Neural Networks – Simon Haykins
2. Adaptive Pattern Recognition & Neural Networks – Pay Y.H.
3. An Introduction to neural computing – Chapman & Hall
4. Artificial Neural Networks – Robert J. Schalkoff, McGraw Hill
5. Artificial Neural Networks – B.Yegnanarayana, PHI
GENETIC ALGORITHMS AND APPLICATIONS (ELECTIVE – III)
RT806-4 3+1+0
Module 1 Architecture-Altering Operations
Introduction, Previous Methods of Determining the Architecture of a Multi-Part
Program – On the origin of new function- Architecture-Altering operations for
Subroutines -Automatically Defined Iterations, Loops, Recursion, Storage. Self-
Organization of Hierarchies and Program Architecture – Rotating the Tires on an
Automobile – Boolean Parity Problem- Time-Optimal Robot Control Problem –
Multi-Agent Problem – Using Architecture Altering Operations for Subroutines.
Transmembrane Segment Identification Problem using Architecture-Altering
Operations for Iterations-Fibonacci Sequence- Cart Centering.
Module 2 Genetic Programming Problem Solver (GPPS)
Elements of GPPS 1.0-Problems Illustrating GPPS 1.0 – Elements of GPPS 2.0 –
Problems Illustrating GPPS 2.0 – Previous Work on Automated Analog Circuit
Synthesis.
Module 3 Automated synthesis of analog electrical circuits
Synthesis of a Low-pass Filter and High-pass Filter The Role of Crossover in
Genetic Programming.
Module 4 Evolvable Hardware
Evolvable Hardware and Rapidly Re-configurable Field-Programmable Gate
Arrays
Discovery of cellular Automata Rules: Discovery of a Cellular Automata Rule
for the Majority Classification Problem.
Module 5 Programmatic Motifs for molecular Biology
Automatic Discovery of Protein Motifs –Programmatic Motifs and the Cellular
Location Problem.
Parallelization and Implementation Issues: Computer Time- Parallelisation of
Genetic Programming –Implementation Issues.
Text Book
1. Johin R. Koza, Forrest H Bennett III, David Andre, Martin A. Kean, “ Genetic
Programming III: Darwinian Invention and Problem Solving”, Morgan
Kaufmann, 1999
Reference
1. Genetic Algorithms for VLSI Design, Layout and test Automation – Pinaki
Mazumder, Elizabeth M Rudnick (Pearson Education Asia)
ADVANCED NETWORKING TRENDS (ELECTIVE – III)
RT806-5 3+1+0
Module 1
Ethernet Technology – Frame format – Interface Gap – CSMA/CD – 10 mbps
Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, Wireless Ethernet – SONET – Sonet
multiplexing, Sonet frame structure
Module 2
ISDN – Definition – Protocol architecture – System architecture – Transmission
channels – ISDN interface, B-ISDN.
Module 3
ATM – ATM Principles – BISDN reference model – ATM layers – ATM
adaption Layer – AAL1, AAL2, AAL3/4, AAL5 – ATM addressing – UNI
Signaling – PNNI Signalling
Module 4
SATELLITE COMMUNICATION: Satellite communication principles – Geo
stationary satellites – block schematic of satellite earth station – VSAT – VSAT
networks – applications in personnel communication. (basic ideas only)
Module 5
Wireless Lan – Infrared Vs Radio transmission – Infrastructure & ad hoc n/w –
IEEE 802.11 – Hiper Law – Bluetooth – Physical Layer – MAC layer –
Networking – Security
References
Module 1
1. An introduction to Computer Networking – Kenneth C Mansfield, Jr., James L.
Antonakos, PHI
Module 1,2,3
1. Communication Networks Fundamental Concepts & Key Architecture – Leon-
Garcia – Widjaja, Tata McGraw Hill
2. Mobile Communication – Jochen Schiller, Pearson Education Asia
DATA PROCESSING AND ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES (ELECTIVE – III)
RT806-6 3+1+0
Module 1
Introduction to COBOL programming -elements of COBOL divisions, sections
and paragraphs -Table writing – complete program in COBOL using various
options verbs, statements- conditional statements.
Module 2
Table Handling – Occur clause – PERFORM verb – SET verb, SEARCH verb –
Occurs depending clause – Sorting a Table.
Module 3
Processing of various file structures in COBOL Language – File description –
Fixed Length Record – Statements – Sequential File with variable length record –
Sorting and merging of files – Direct access files.
Module 4
Data warehousing – Definition – Multidimentional datamodel – OLAP operation
– Data warehouse architecture – Warehouse Server – Metadata – OLAP Engine.
Module 5
Data mining – Definitions, KDD Vs Data mining, DBMS Vs DM – DM
Techniques, Issues and Challenges in DM – DM application areas.
References
1. COBOL programming – M K Roy & D Ghosh Dastidar, Tata McGraw Hill
2. Data mining Techniques – Arun K Pujari (Universal Press)
3. Data mining Concepts and Techniques – Jawei Han & Micheline Kamber
(Morgan Kunfmann Pub.)
4. Data Mining – Pieter Adriaans, Dolf Zantinge, Person Education Asia
5. Structured COBOL Programming – E. Rajasekar & S.Selvi (Anuradha Agencies)
6. Structured COBOL- A. S. Philippakis & Leonard, J. Kazmier (Tata McGraw Hill)
BIOMETRICS (ELECTIVE -III)
RT806-7 3+1+0
Module 1
Introduction – Benefits of biometric security – verification and identification –
basic working of biometric matching – accuracy – false match rate – false
nonmatch rate – failure to enroll rate – derived metrics – layered biometric
solutions
Module 2
Finger scan – features – components – operation (steps) – competing finger scan
technologies – strength and weakness
Facial scan – features – components – operation (steps) – competing facial scan
technologies – strength and weakness
Module 3
Iris scan – features – components – operation (steps) – competing iris scan
technologies – strength and weakness
Voice scan – features – components – operation (steps) – competing facial scan
technologies – strength and weakness
Module 4
Other physiological biometrics-Handscan-retina scan- AFIS (automatic
fingerprint Identification systems)-Behavieral Biometrics-Signature scan-Key
stroke Scan.
Module 5
Biometrics Application – Biometric Solution Matrix-Bioprivacy-Comparison of
privacy factor in different biometrics technologies-Designing privacy sympathetie
biometric systems-Biometric standards- (BioAPI, BAPI)-Biometric middleware.
Reference
1. Biometrics -Identify Verification in a Networked World – Samir Nanavati,
Michael Thieme, Raj Nanavati- WILEY-dreamtech
GRAPHICS AND MULTIMEDIA LAB
R807 0+0+4
Point plotting, line and circle drawing, Line and Polygon clipping, transformations,
hidden line elimination, curves, polygon hatching, Multimedia programming, Visual
programming, Animation
Any experiment according to the syllabus of R702 Computer Graphics may be
substituted
PROJECT & SEMINAR
R709/ R808 0+0+4
Each student is required to present a technical paper on subject approved by the
department. The paper should in general reflect the state of the art. He/ She
submits a report of the paper to the department.
In addition to the seminar He/She shall undertake a project work in the 7th
semester itself in consultation with the guide(s). On completion of the project
work, He/She shall present the work done before a panel of staff members, and
submit a report of the project work done to the department.
VIVA -VOCE
R809
A comprehensive Viva-voce examination will be conducted to assess the students
overall knowledge in the specified field of engineering. At the time of Viva-voce,
certified report of seminar, mini project and project work are to be presented for
evaluation.

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