4-YEAR B.E. in COMPUTER SCIENCE & ENGINEERING
PROGRAM STRUCTURE

Year – I
1st Semester
Batch A Batch B
Code Subject Hours (L+T+P) Credit Code Subject Hours (L+T+P) Credit
AML5101 Engineering Maths – I 4+1+0=5 4.5 AML5101 Engineering Maths – I 4+1+0=5 4.5
PYL5101 Engineering Physics 4+1+0=5 4.5 EEL5102 Basics of Electrical & Electronics Engineering 4+1+0=5 4.5
MEL4101 Elements of Mechanical Engineering 3+1+0=3.5 4 CSL4102 Problem Solving Technique using C 4+0+0=4 4
CHL4101 Engineering Chemistry 3+1+0=4 3.5 PYL5102 Material Science 4+1+0=5 4.5
GEL3101 Environmental Sciences 3+0+0=3 3 MEL4102 Engineering Graphics 4+0+0=4 4
PYP1101 Engineering Physics Lab 0+0+2=2 1 EEP1102 Basics of Electrical & Electronics Engineering Lab 0+0+2=2 1
MEW2101 Manufacturing Practice 0+0+4=4 2 CSP2102 Problem Solving Technique using C Lab 0+0+4=4 2
CHP1101 Engineering Chemistry Lab 0+0+2=2 1 MEP1102 Engineering Graphics Lab 0+0+2=2 1
ASP3101 Integrated Project – I 3 ASP3101 Integrated Project – I 3
GES1101 Co curricular Activities 1 GES1101 Co curricular Activities 1
Total 29 27 Total 31 29.5
2nd Semester
Batch A Batch B
Code Subject Hours (L+T+P) Credit Code Subject Hours (L+T+P) Credit
AML5102 Engineering Math – II 4+1+0=5 4.5 AML5102 Engineering Math – II 4+1+0=5 4.5
EEL5102 Basics of Electrical & Electronics Engineering 4+1+0=5 4.5 PYL5101 Engineering Physics 4+1+0=5 4.5
CSL4102 Problem Solving Technique using C 4+0+0=4 4 MEL4101 Elements of Mechanical Engineering 3+1+0=4 3.5
PYL5102 Material Science 4+1+0=5 4.5 CHL4101 Engineering Chemistry 3+1+0=4 3.5
MEL4102 Engineering Graphics 4+0+0=4 4 GEL3101 Environmental Sciences 3+0+0=3 3
EEP1102 Basics of Electrical & Electronics Engineering Lab 0+0+2=2 1 PYP1101 Engineering Physics Lab 0+0+2=2 1
CSP2102 Problem Solving Technique using C Lab 0+0+4=4 2 MEW2101 Manufacturing Practice 0+0+4=4 2
MEP1102 Engineering Graphics Lab 0+0+2=2 1 CHP1101 Engineering Chemistry Lab 0+0+2=2 1
ASP3102 Integrated Project – II 3 ASP3102 Integrated Project – II 3
GES1102 Co curricular Activities 1 GES1102 Co curricular Activities 1
Total 31 29.5 Total 29 27
Notes:
  • All training is conducted at the campus
  • Total credits for the first year of the course are: 27 + 29.5 = 56.5
  • Out of the total strength of the first year of the course, one group of students will pursue the course under Batch A and other group will pursue the course under Batch B
Course Details

AML5101 Engineering Maths I (4-1-0)

4.5 Credits

Matrices ,Elementary row and column transformation, Rank of matrix, Linear dependence, Consistency of linear system of equations and their solution, Characteristic equation, Cayley-Hamilton theorem, Eigenvalues and eigenvectors, Diagonalization, Complex and unitary matrices, Successive differentiation, Leibnitz theorem, Functions of one variable –Taylor’s Theorem, Approximation by Polynomials, Critical points, Convexity, Concavity, Curvature, Asymptotes, Curve tracing Functions of several variables – Limit, Continuity, Partial derivatives, Total derivative, Euler’s Theorem for homogeneous functions, Composite functions, Jacobians, Taylor’s theorem, Errors and increments, Maxima and minima, Introduction to sequences and infinite series, Tests for convergence / divergence: comparison test, ratio test, Root test, Cauchy integral test, Cauchy condensation test, Alternating series, Absolute convergence and conditional convergence, Double and triple integral, Change of order, Change of variables, Beta and Gamma functions, Application to area, volume and surface, Point function, Gradient, divergence and curl of a vector and their physical interpretations, Directional Derivatives, Line, surface and volume integrals, Green’s, Stokes’s and Gauss divergence theorem.

Suggested Book(s):

“The Engineering Mathematics”, 1st edition, Vol. I, Chitkara University Publication
“Higher Engineering Mathematics”, B. V. Ramana, McGraw-Hill.

GEL3101 Environmental Sciences (3-0-0)

3 Credits

Definition, Scope and Importance of environmental studies, natural resources, its types, conservation and associated problems, Equitable use of resources for sustainable lifestyles, Concept, Structure, functions and Energy flow in an ecosystem, Ecological succession, Introduction, types, characteristic features, structure and functions of Forest, Grassland , Desert and Aquatic ecosystem, Biodiversity, its types, values , threats and its conservation, study at global, National and local levels, India as a mega diversity nation ,Hot-spots of biodiversity, Bio-geographical classification and Endangered and endemic species of India, Pollution definition, Causes, effects and control measures of Air, Water, Soil, Marine ,Noise, Thermal, and Radioactive pollution, Solid waste Management—Causes, effects and control measures, Disaster management ,Water conservation, rain water harvesting, and watershed management, Urban problems related to energy ,concern of Resettlement and rehabilitation of people, Environmental Issues and its possible solutions, Environment Protection Act, Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, Water (Prevention and control of pollution) Act, Wildlife Protection Act, Forest Conservation Act ,Public awareness for Population growth, Family Welfare Programme, Environment and Human Rights, HIV/AIDS, Women and Child Welfare programs, Role of information Technology in Environment and human health, Visit to a local area to document environmental assets/River /forest grassland/hill/mountain/ /Urban/Rural/industrial/ Agricultural or any local polluted site /Study of simple eco systems/ pond, river, hill slopes, etc.

Suggested Book(s):

“Textbook of Environmental Studies for Undergraduate Courses”, Erach Bharucha, University Grants Commission.

PYL5101 Engineering Physics (4-1-0)

4.5 Credits

Introduction to Vector and Scalar fields, Concept of Gradient, Divergence and Curl in vector & scalar field, Statement & proof of Gauss’s and Stokes’s theorem, Concept of Displacement current and equation of continuity in Electromagnetism, Electromagnetic waves & Maxwell’s equations, Definition of Frames of reference & Postulates of Special Relativity, Lorentz transformations & its applications, Nuclear composition & definition of basic nuclear terms, Concept of binding energy & its derivation based on liquid drop model, shell model & its consequences, Basic properties of nuclear forces, Various types of nuclear decay processes, nuclear fission & nuclear fusion, Concept of Interference phenomena of light, Types of Diffraction in light, Diffraction grating and its applications, Types of polarization in light, Definition of various parameters used in optical fiber, Types of optical fiber, Application of optical fibers, Basic principle of laser light production, Types of laser, Construction & working of commonly used solid, gas & semiconductor lasers, Concept and applications of Holography, Introduction to quantum mechanics & its need, De-Broglie waves, Concept of group velocity and phase velocity, uncertainty principle & its applications, Concept of wave function & operators in quantum mechanics, Schrodinger wave equation & its applications, quantum computing [basic idea only].

Suggested Book(s):

“Engineering Physics”, Hitendra K. Malik and A. K. Singh, McGraw-Hill.
“Engineering Physics”, Yogyata Pathania and Madhurika Mahajan, Chitkara University Publication.

MEL4101 Elements of Mechanical Engineering (3-1-0)

3.5 Credits

Quasi-static, reversible and irreversible processes, zeroth law of thermodynamics, first law analysis of steady flow, applications of steady flow energy equation to various engineering devices, analysis of non-flow and flow processes, representation of these processes on P-V charts and analysis of property changes and energy exchange (work and heat) during these processes, various statements of second law and their equivalence, applications of statements of second law to heat engine, heat pump and refrigerator, Carnot theorem for heat engines and heat pump, third law of thermodynamics, concept and philosophy of air standard cycle and air standard efficiency, basic definitions of piston-cylinder arrangement. Otto cycle, Diesel cycle, Dual cycle and Brayton cycle, mean effective pressure. Introduction to constructional features and working of two stroke and four stroke petrol and diesel engines and their comparison, definition of element, link, kinematic chain, mechanism, machine, examples of mechanisms and their applications, law of lifting Machine, different systems of pulleys.

Suggested Book(s):

“Engineering Thermodynamics”, P. Chattopadhay, 2010, Oxford University Press.
“Theory of Machines”, S. S. Rattan, 4th edition, McGraw-Hill.

CSL4101 Problem Solving Techniques Using C (4-0-0)

4 Credits

Introduction to programming languages, Introduction to various problem solving techniques— algorithms, flowcharts and pseudo code, History of ‘C’, Various Data Types of ‘C’ , Control Statements, Looping and iterations, Introduction to Arrays, Strings, Pointers, Functions, Storage classes, Type Conversions, User Defined Data Types, Types of memory allocations, Introduction to Files.

Suggested Book(s):

“Programming in ANSI C”, Balaguruswamy, 4th edition, McGraw-Hill.
“Let Us C”, Yashwant Kanetkar, 8th edition, BPB Publication.

PYP1101 Engineering Physics Lab (0-0-2)

1 Credit

Susceptibility of FeCl3 by Quinke’s Method , e/m ratio of electron using Thomson method, Plateau curve for a GM counter, Dead time of G M counter, Absorption of beta particles in aluminum using a G M Counter, Ionization potential of mercury using a gas filled diode, Wavelength of light using Michelson’s Interferometer., Resolving power of a plane transmission grating, Specific rotation of cane sugar solution using Laurent’s half shade polarimeter, Laser beam characteristics like wave length, Aperture & divergence etc., Diffraction using Laser beam, Numerical aperture of a optical fibre, Attenuation & propagation losses in optical fibres.

MEW2101 Manufacturing Practice (0-0-4)

2 Credits

CARPENTRY and PATTERN MAKING: Classification, properties and defects of timber. Different shaping operations for making various joints. FOUNDRY SHOP: Introduction to foundry . Exercises involving preparation of sand moulds and castings. FORGING PRACTICE: Introduction to forging, Forging tools, equipment and exercises on simple forging operations. MACHINE SHOP: Introduction to metal cutting machines, tools and exercises on basic metal cutting operations. WELDING SHOP: Basic concept on different welding methods, equipment, welding joints, and welding defects related to gas/electric arc welding. SHEET METAL: Basic concept of sheet metal work involving different surface generations using different joining process. FITTING SHOP: Introduction to fitting and fitting practice. ELECTRICAL SHOP: Introduction to electrical wiring. ELECTRONICS SHOP: Introduction to electronics components (Diode, Resistor, Transistors, Capacitors LED’s, and PCB’s).Preparation of PCBs involving soldering applied to electrical & electronic applications. COMPUTER SHOP: Introduction to computer Hardware & peripherals. Assembly/Disassembly of simple P C. Awareness of faults and its diagnosis. Introduction to advance wireless technologies (laptop, Bluetooth, WiFi, RF and IRDA)

CSP2101 Problem Solving Techniques Using C Lab (0-0-4)

2 Credits

Developing flow charts, Basic Programs, Programs using control statements, declaration and usage of pointer variables, one and two dimensional arrays, strings, String Operations, User defined functions- Call by value, call by reference, Implementing Structures and Unions, Static and Dynamic memory allocation – calloc() and malloc(), Programs using Macros, Creating files, Read/ Write operations on text and binary files.

CHL4102 Engineering Chemistry (3-1-0)

3.5 Credits

Introduction to water technology, Sources & Specification for water, Water impurities, Hard and soft water & Units to express degree of hardness, Scale and sludge formation, Boiler feed water & Boiler problems, External treatment-Lime –soda process, Zeolite process, Ion exchange process, Internal treatment, Water for domestic use & Treatment for domestic water, Saline water, Desalination of water, Introduction to Corrosion, Causes & effects of Corrosion, Types and mechanism of corrosion, Use of Corrosion protective measurements, Electrolysis and various terms related to Electrolysis, Electrolysis & Electrode Potential , Different type of cells, Relationship between Emf and thermodynamic parameters, Basic principle of electroplating & Electroless plating, Electrochemical techniques of forming, Machining and Etching, Introduction to different phases, Gibbs phase rule & its Application to one component system – water, carbon dioxide, sulphur, Condensed phase rule, Two component system & Eutectic systems – Lead – silver, potassium iodide –water, Ferric Chloride – water system, Introduction to Engg. Materials, Cementing and Binding materials, Lime, Gypsum, Cement, Admixtures for concrete, Ceramics, Composites, Lubricants, Adhesives, Thermoplastics and Thermosetting, Polymer composites, Introduction & Principles of green chemistry, Pathways to Green Chemistry for Traditional and alternative synthesis of Ibuprofen, Feedstock in the synthesis of Adipic acid, Green chemistry at Nike, Green Chemistry in India

Suggested Book(s):

“Engineering Chemistry”, B. Sivasankar, McGraw-Hill.
“Engineering Chemistry”, O. G. Palanna, McGraw-Hill.

AML5102 Engineering Maths – II (4-1-0)

4.5 Credits

Differential equations of first order and first degree – exact, linear and Bernoulli. Applications to Newton’s Law of cooling, Law of natural growth and decay, orthogonal trajectories. Second and higher order ordinary linear differential equations with constant coefficients -complementary function – Particular integrals (standard types) – Cauchy-Euler differential equation. Simultaneous liner differential equations (two variables) with constant coefficients. Solutions of second order ordinary linear differential equations with variable coefficients ,application to SHM,RLC circuit, Simple pendulum, Introduction, Fourier Series on Arbitrary Intervals, Half-range cosine and sine series. Laplace Transform, Inverse transforms properties, Transforms of derivatives and integrals, Unit step function, Dirac’s delta function, Differentiation and Integration of transforms,. Limits, Continuity, Derivative of Complex Functions, Analytic Function, Cauchy Riemann Equation, Harmonic Functions, Conformal Mapping, Complex Integration, Cauchy’s Theorem, Cauchy Integral formula, Taylors and Laurent’s Expansion, Singular points, Poles Residue, Complex Integration using the method of Residue, Formation of partial differential equations – Equations of first Order – Lagrange’s linear equation – Charpit’s method – Standard types of first order non-linear partial differential equations. Solution of second order linear partial differential equations in two variables with constant coefficients by finding complementary function and particular integral – classification of PDE of second order – parabolic, elliptic and hyperbolic equations – Solution by separation of variables. Solutions of one-dimensional heat and wave equations and two-dimensional Laplace equation using Fourier series.

Suggested Book(s):

“The Engineering Mathematics”, 1st edition, Vol. II, Chitkara University Publication.
“Higher Engineering Mathematics”, B. V. Ramana, Mc Graw-Hill.

EEL5102 Basics of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (4-1-0)

4.5 Credits

Analysis of DC circuits using Kirchhoff’s laws, Thevenin’s, Norton’s and Superposition theorem, A.C fundamental, Generation of alternating emf, Analysis of R-L, R-C and R-L-C circuits, Series and Parallel resonance, 3-phase star and delta connected systems, Power and Power factor, Magnetic circuits and transformer, Three phase induction motor, Single phase induction motor, Starters, Universal motor, Stepper motor, Servomotors, Classification of instruments, Moving Iron Instrument, Moving Coil Instrument, Multimeter, CRO, Principle operation and characteristics of PN junction diode, diodes circuits, Transistors, Amplifiers, Number Systems, Logic gates, Flip flops, Integrated circuits.

Suggested Book(s):

“Electrical and Electronics Technology”, Edward Hughes, 10th edition, Pearson Education.
“Basic Electrical and Electronics”, R. Muthusubramanian and K. S. Salivahanan, 8th reprint , McGraw-Hill.

PYL5102 Material Science (4-1-0)

4.5 Credits

Geometry & types of crystals, Various types of defects in crystal, Nature of interatomic forces, Production of characteristics & continuous X-rays and their application in crystallography, Various types of magnetic material & basic theories behind the origin of Magnetism, the hysteresis loop & its applications, Concept of polarization in dielectric material, Thermal & Electric properties of magnetic material, free electron & Band theory of solids, Intrinsic and extrinsic semiconductors, Hall effect & its applications, Elastic behavior of materials & related properties, Atomic model of elastic behavior, plastic deformation in single and polycrystalline crystal, mechanism of slip, critical resolved shear stress, ductile and brittle failure, Introduction to nanotechnology, various types of nanomaterials & their properties, Synthesis of nanomaterials (basic introduction), Carbon nanotubes & their properties, Introduction to superconductivity, meissner effect, Effect of magnetic field on superconductivity, Type I superconductors, type II superconductors, London equations, CAS theory, High temperature superconductivity (Basic qualitative idea).

Suggested Book(s):

“Engineering Physics”, Hitendra K. Malik and A. K. Singh, McGraw-Hill.
“Engineering Physics”, Yogyata Pathania and Madhurika Mahajan, Chitkara University Publication.

MEL4102 Engineering Graphics (4-0-0)

4 Credits

Drawing of Various types of lines, principles of dimensioning, symbols, conventions, scales (plane and diagonal) Vertical and inclined lettering as per IS code of practice (SP-46) for general Engineering , Projection of points, lines, planes and solids. Sectioning of solids, Isometric Projection, Orthographic projections and development of surfaces.

Suggested Book:

“Engineering Drawing”, Aggarwal , 11th edition, McGraw-Hill.

CHP1102 Engineering, Chemistry Lab (0-0-2)

1 Credit

Determination of total hardness , permanent hardness and temporary hardness by Complexometric method, Determination of residual chlorine in water, To determine the alkalinity of a given water sample, Determination of dissolved oxygen in the given water sample, Demonstration of different types of corrosion and to identify corrosion by collecting different samples, Surface tension by drop number method using Stalgamometer, Preparation of urea -formaldehyde resin, Preparation of Bakelite using phenol-formaldehyde, Acid strength using p H meter, Acid strength by using conduct meter, To determine the % moisture, volatile , ash and carbon content of coal sample by proximate method, Electroplating of a metal on given article, Virtual experiment on phase changes.

EEP1102 Basics of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Lab (0-0-2)

1 Credit

Introduction to various measuring instruments, Verification of Kirchhoff’s laws in D.C circuits, Verification of Superposition Theorem, Maximum Power Transfer theorem, Thevenin’s Theorem, To find voltage , current relationship and power, power factor, Resonance in RLC circuit. Measurement of self-inductance , mutual inductance and coupling coefficient of windings, To perform open- circuit and short circuit test on a transformer , To connect, start and reverse the direction of rotation of a 3- phase induction motor, To plot the forward and reverse characteristics of PN junction diode, Clipper & Clamper, To plot input and output characteristics of a transistor in CE configuration, To analyze the truth tables of various basic digital gates and build R-S, J-K &D flip-flops using NAND/NOR gates, To demonstrate the use of operational amplifier for performing mathematical operations such as summation and difference.

MEP1102 Engineering Graphics Lab (0-0-2)

1 Credit

Introduction of the CAD (computer aided drafting) software and its utilities in the engineering software. Study of the various toolbar options and exercises to familiarize all the drawing tools, Study the basic initial setting and viewing of the drafting software interfaces, Use of basic entities in 2D,Uses of various modify commands of the drafting software, Dimensioning in 2D and 3D entries, Study and implementing of coordinate systems.

Summer Course
Code Subject Hours (L+T+P) Credit
CST6102 Industry Oriented Hands-on Training* 4-6 weeks 6
Year – II
3rd Semester
Course Code Course Name Hours (L+T+P) Credit
CSL4301/CSL4201/CSL3201 Object Oriented Programming 3+0+0=3 3
CSL4203 Computer Networks 3+1+0=4 3.5
ECL4209 Digital Design 3+1+0=4 3.5
CSL4207 Operating System 3+1+0=4 3.5
AML4209 Discrete Structures 3+2+0=5 4
CSP2201 Object Oriented Programming Lab 0+0+4=4 2
CSP1203 Computer Networks Lab 0+0+2=2 1
ECP1209 Digital Design Lab 0+0+2=2 1
CSP1207 Operating System Lab – I 0+0+2=2 1
CSP3203 Integrated Project – III 0+0+2 3
GES1201 Co Curricular Activities 1
Total 32 26.5
4th Semester
Course Code Course Name Hours (L+T+P) Credit
CSL2202 Web Development 2+0+0=2 2
AML3201/AML4201 Numerical Methods and Statistical Techniques 3+0+0=3 3
CSL4206 Database Management System 4+0+0=4 4
CSL4208/CSL4308 Computer System Architecture 3+1+0=4 3.5
CSL5210 Data Structures 4+1+0=5 4.5
CSP2202 Web Development Lab 0+0+4=4 2
AMP1201 Numerical Methods – Lab 0+0+2=2 1
CSP1206 Database Management System Lab 0+0+2=2 1
CSP2210 Data Structures Lab 0+0+4=4 2
CSP3204 Integrated Project – IV 0+0+2=2 3
GES1202 Co Curricular Activities 1
Total 32 27
Notes:
  • * means “At Campus or At Industry”
  • Total credits for the second year of the course: 26.5 + 27 + 6 = 59.5
  • Cumulative credits at the end of the second year of the course: 56.5 + 59.5 = 116
Course Details

CSL4301/CSL4201/CSL3201 Object-Oriented Programming (3-0-0)

3 Credits

Introduction to Object Oriented Programming, Structure of C++ program, Keywords, Basic Data Types, Derived Data Types, Declaration of Variables, Operators in C++, Scope Resolution Operator, Control Structure, Actual & Formal arguments, Default Arguments, Storage Class Specifiers, Functions, Arrays Declaration, Initialization, Processing Arrays, Arrays and Functions, Character Array, Pointers declaration, Pointer Arithmetic, Pointers And Function, Pointers And Arrays , Class Declaration, Member functions, Inline Function, Arrays within class, Static data, Static member functions, Friend Functions, Friend class, Constructors, Parameterized constructor, Multiple Constructor, Copy Constructor, Destructor, Dynamic memory Allocation, Operator Overloading, Overloading assignment operator, overloading arithmetic operator, Overloading comparison operator, Function Overloading, Inheritance, Single Inheritance, Multilevel Inheritance, Hierarchical, Hybrid, Multiple Inheritance, Advantages & Disadvantages of Inheritance, Virtual Functions, Pure Virtual Functions, Virtual Base class, Abstract Class Templates, Function Template, Class Template, Files, File Stream, Opening And Closing Files, File modes, Sequential Input output, Random Access Files, Updating Files, Exception Handling, Graphic Functions in C++.

Suggested Book:

”Object Oriented Programming in C++”, Robert Lafore, 4th edition, Pearson Education.

CSL4203 Computer Networks (3-1-0)

3.5 Credits

Introduction: Uses of Computer Networks, Network Hardware, Network Software, Seven-layer OSI architecture of ISO, concepts of layer protocols and layer interfaces, TCP/IP reference model, comparison of OSI &TCP/IP reference models, Physical Layer: Transmission media , telephone system (structure, trunks , multiplexing and switching), wireless transmission, Data Link Layer: Design Issues, Error detection and correction, elementary data link protocols, sliding window protocols, Medium Access Sub layer: The channel allocation, IEEE standards 802 for LAN & MAN, Network Layer: Design issues, routing algorithms, Congestion control Algorithms, IP, Protocol, IP addresses, Subnets, Transport Layer: Transport Services, Elements of Transport protocols, TCP service Model, protocol, Header, Application Layer: Network security , DNS . E-mail, world wide web, multimedia.

Suggested Book:

“Computer Networks”, Andrew S. Tanenbaum, 4th edition.

ECL4209 Digital Design (3-1-0)

3.5 Credits

Introduction: Binary Numbers, Number Base Conversions (Octal and Hexadecimal Numbers etc, Complements, Signed Binary Numbers, Binary Codes, Binary Storage and Registers, Binary Logic, Definitions: Basic Theorems and Properties of Boolean algebra, Boolean Functions, Canonical and Standard Form, Gate and Circuits: Digital Logic Gates, Integrated Circuits, ADC and DAC, Mapping: The Map Method (Four – Variable Map n Five -Variable Map ) Quine MC Cluskey Method, Product of Sums Simplification, Don’t care conditions, NAND and NOR Implementation Other Two Level Implementation, Exclusive-OR Function, Combinational Circuits: Combinational circuits, Analysis Procedure, Design Procedure, Binary Adder-subtract or, decimal Adder, Binary Multiplier, Magnitude Comparator, Decoders, Encoder, Multiplexers and De-Multiplexers, Registers and flip Flops: Sequential Circuits, Latches, Flip-flops, Conversion of Flip -flops, Analysis of Clocked Sequential circuits, State Reduction and Assignment, Design Procedure. Registers, Shift Registers, Ripple Counters Synchronous Counters, Other Counters, Memory: Random-Access Memory, Memory Decoding, Error-Detection and Correction Read Only Memory Programmable Logic Array, Programmable Array Logic Sequential Programmable Devices (SPLD, CPLD,FPGA), Basics of Circuits: Basic Characteristics of RTL, DTL, TTL, ECL, MOS and CMOS circuits

Suggested Book:

“Digital Design”, M. Morris Mano, 3rd edition, Prentice Hall, 2002.

CSL4207 Operating System (3-1-0)

3.5 Credits

Introduction: Mainframe systems , Desktop Systems , Multiprocessor Systems , Distributed Systems ,Clustered Systems , Real Time Systems Handheld Systems . System Components, Operating System Services, System Calls/API, System Program, Process Concept: Process Scheduling, Operations On Processes, Cooperating Processes, Inter-process Communication, Threads Multithreading Models, Overview, Threading issues, Linux Threads, CPU Scheduling: Basic Concepts, Scheduling Criteria Scheduling Algorithms Multiple-Processor Scheduling Real Time Scheduling, Process Synchronization: The Critical-Section Problem. Synchronization Hardware, Semaphores, Classic problems of Synchronization, Critical regions, Monitors, Deadlock: System Model Deadlock Characterization, Methods for handling Deadlocks, Deadlock Prevention, Deadlock avoidance, Deadlock detection, Recovery From Deadlocks, Memory Management: Swapping, paging, Segmentation, Segmentation with paging, Virtual Memory, Demand Paging, Process creation, Page Replacement Algorithms, Allocation of frames, Thrashing, File Concept: Access Methods Directory Structure File System Mounting, File Sharing, Protection, File System Structure, and File System Implementation Directory Implementation Allocation Methods Free-space Management. Kernel I/O Subsystems. Disk Structure – Disk Scheduling, Disk Management – Swap-Space Management, Security: Security Problem, User Authentication Problem, Program Threats, System Threats, OS Case study – UNIX/ Linux/ Windows

Suggested Book:

“Operating System Concepts”, Abraham Silberschatz, Peter Baer Galvin and Greg Gagne, 6th edition, John Wiley & Sons (ASIA) Pvt. Ltd.

AML4209 Discrete Structures (3-2-0)

4 Credits

Introducing sets: Properties & operations on sets, subsets, power set, Principle of duality, Cartesian Product of Sets, Partition of sets, Minsets, Maxsets, Introduction to relations: Types of relation, Pictorial & Matrix representation of relation, inverse relation, composition of relation, properties of relation. Equivalence relation, partial order relation, Introduction to functions: types of functions, Domain & range of functions, inverse function, injective, surjective, bijective & composition of functions, recursive function(def), Permutations & Combinations Inclusion exclusion principle, pigeonhole principle, Recurrence relation: Homogeneous and Non-homogeneous recurrence relations with constant coefficients. Characteristic polynomial & Introduction to generating functions: Methods of generating functions, Logic: propositions & logical operators, truth table. Laws of logic & Quantifiers, Validity of arguments, truth values, Lattices: Definitions of lattice, sub lattice, isomorphic lattices, bounded lattices, distributive lattices, complemented lattices, modular lattice, Boolean Algebra: Atoms of Boolean algebra, Boolean expressions, Applications of Boolean algebra to switching theory & Logic Gates, Graph Theory: Introduction to graphs & Sub graphs. Directed & undirected graph, order& size of graph, Degree of vertex, Source ,sink, eccentricity, trial ,walk, path, distance, diameter, cycle, wheel, Multi graph, planer graph, Pseudo graph, weighted graph, Regular, complete and Traversable graph. Isomorphism of graphs, sub graphs, complement of graph, Adjacency Matrix , Adjacency List, incidence Matrix, Regular, complete and Traversable graph. Isomorphism of graphs, sub graphs, complement of graph, Adjacency Matrix , Adjacency List, incidence Matrix, Connected ,Complete Bipartite graph & Spanning Graph, Cut vertex, Cut edge, region , Eulerian & Hamiltonian graphs, Euler’s formula & its applications. Traveling salesman problem, Konigsberg Bridge problem, chromatic number & Graph coloring by Welch polch algorithm, TREES: Binary trees, Traversing binary trees, Rooted & spanning tree, Algebraic expression trees, Depth-First Search Algorithm, Breadth-First Search Algorithm, Shortest path algorithm: Kruskal’s algorithm, increasing order Algorithm, Dijikstra’s algorithm, Warshall’s Algorithm, Prim’s Algorithm

Suggested Book(s):

“Discrete Mathematics”, Lipschutz/Lipson, Schaum Series, 2nd edition, McGraw-Hill
“Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications”, Kenneth H. Rosen, McGraw-Hill, 2007.

CSP2201 Object-Oriented Programming Lab (0-0-4)

2 Credits

Basic Programs- consisting various data types and operators and I/O statements, Programs using control statements, Programs using one and two dimensional arrays, strings, Programs for Declaring classes, friend functions, Programs based on parameterized and default constructor, destructor, Programs on operator and function overloading, Implementation of single, multiple, hierarchical, multilevel and hybrid inheritance, Program on implementation of virtual function, Implementation of templates, Programs for storing and retrieval of text and objects in/ from files. Perform operations on files, Programs to deal with common type of exceptions in C++ programs, Programs for using inbuilt graphic functions in C++ library.

CSP1203 Computer Networks Lab (0-0-2)

1 Credit

Introduction to computer network devices, Cabling and Connecting Computers through Cross cables, Introduction to Wireshark, How to capture packets in Wireshark, Subnetting -Class C, B and A, VLSM, Connecting Computers through Switches.

ECP1209 Digital Design Lab (0-0-2)

1 Credit

Truth Table vérification Multiplexer/ De Multiplexer, Truth Tables of Half Adder/ Full Adder circuits using gates, Design and Test of SR/JK Flops, Study of D Flip Flop, Study of 2 bit and 4 bit asynchronous and synchronous counters, Truth Table verification of TTL gates, Fabrication of TTL Clocks.

CSP1207 Operating system Lab – I (0-0-2)

1 Credit

Simulation of the CPU scheduling algorithms a) Round Robin b) SJF c) FCFS d) Priority, Implementation of Process Synchronization (Reader-Writer, Dining Philosopher’s Problem), Simulation of MUTEX and SEMAPHORES, Simulation of Bankers Deadlock detection, Avoidance and Prevention algorithms, Simulation of paging techniques of memory management, Simulation of page Replacement Algorithms a) FIFO b) LRU c) LFU, Simulation of file allocation Strategies a) Sequential b) Indexed c) Linked

CSL2202 Web Development (2-0-0)

2 Credits

Web Programming and HTML: Introduction to web programming, Basics of HTML, understanding Document – Tags, TEXT: Methods of formatting text: font tag, inline text attribute, Bold and italic, super script, subscript, Lists: Ordered, Unordered, Definition Lists and introduction to LINK, Links: The anchor element. Internal linking and external linking Attribute- href, Target, Name, Images: Image basics, image tag Image alignment, image map, tags (img map, area) respective all Attributes, Table and Frame in HTML: Table: Tag, width and alignment, Cell spacing and Cell padding, Cell alignment, Borders and rules , Rows, cells, Rowspan and Colspan attributes, Header, Footer and body sections, Captions and Background images in tables, Forms: Creating a Basic Form Add a Text Box to a Form, Add Check Boxes to a Form, radio buttons, Adding Password, Pull down menus to a form , Use of clickable image as a submit button, Pass information between forms (action ,method), meta data, HTML Frames :Introduction to Frameset Tag , Frame Tag, DHTML & CSS: Introduction, Technologies of DHTML – CSS and JavaScript, CSS: Syntax, CSS Id and Class, Ways to Insert CSS: External Style Sheet, Internal Style Sheet, Inline Styles, CSS Background, Background Color Background Image: – Repeat Horizontally or Vertically, Set position and no-repeat, CSS Text: Text Color, Text Alignment, Text Decoration, Font: Style, Family, Size, CSS Tables: Table Borders, Collapse Borders, Table Width and Height ,Table Text Alignment, Table Padding, Table Color, CSS Border: Style, Width, Color, CSS Margin: Margin, Padding, JavaScript Introduction: History of JavaScript, Different Implementations, Determining the Document Object Model, Uses for JavaScript, Incorporating JavaScript in Your Documents. The JavaScript Language: Basic JavaScript Syntax, Data Types and Variables, Calculations and Operators. Control Structures: Do While, While, For and For In, If Else, Switch, Break and Continue; Labels, Built-in Functions, User-Defined Functions, Objects: Built-in Objects, User-Created Objects; Event Handling, JavaScript Errors and Troubleshooting, Document Object Model: History of the DOM, Understanding the Document Object Model, DOM Node Properties and Methods, Traversing a Document’s Nodes, Changing Nodes, JavaScript Objects: Built-in JavaScript Objects: Window Object, Document Object, Form Object, Location Object, History Object, The Self Object; Accessing an Element by Its ID. Examples: Writing Text to a Document, Using Other Windows, Images, Working with Forms, Dynamic HTML Tricks.

Suggested Book:

“HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Perl (web standards)”, Steven M. Schafer, Wiley Publishing Inc.

AML3201/AML4201 Numerical Methods and Statistical Techniques (3-0-0)

3 Credits

Errors in Numerical Calculations: Errors and their analysis, General Error formula, Errors in a series approximation Solution of Algebraic and Transcendental equations: Bisection Method, Method of false positionNewton -Raphson method, Multiple root sorder of convergence Linear systems of equations: Gaussian elimination method with pivoting Gauss -Seidel iteration method Raleigh’s power method for eigen values and eigen vectors Interpolation: Finite Difference, Forward, Backward and Central difference Newton’s formulae for interpolation, Central difference interpolation formulae, Interpolation with unevenly spaced points, Newton’s divided difference method Numerical differentiation, Maximum and Minimum values of a tabulated function Euler-Maclaurin formula, Gaussian integration(One dimensional only) Initial Value Problems for Ordinary Differential Equations : Single step methods: Taylor series method – Euler and modified Euler methods Fourth order R-K method for solving first and second order equations, Milne’s and Adam’s predictor and corrector methods. Introduction to probability, Baye’s theorem, Random variable (discrete and continuous), binomial, Poisson, normal, exponential distribution. Sampling Distribution of means and variance, t-distribution and F-distribution, Hypothesis Testing (General concepts, Testing a Statistical hypothesis, one and two tailed tests, Critical region, Confidence interval estimation. Single and two sample tests on proportion), mean and variance. correlation ,lines of regression(two variable only)

Suggested Book(s):

“Advance Numerical Analysis with programming in C++”, Chitkara University Publication.
“Introduction to Probability and Statistics for Engineers and Scientists”, Sheldon M. Ross, 4th edition, Academic Press, Elsevier.

CSL4206 Database Management System (4-0-0)

4 Credits

Introduction to database and Characteristics of Data Base approach. Advantages and Disadvantages of DBMS approach, Introduction to Data Models: Hierarchical Model, Network Model, ER Model, Relational Model, Schemas: Instances,3 Schema architecture and Data Independence , Client Server Architecture for DBMS, ER Model: Data base design process, Entity Types, Entity sets, Attributes, keys and their types , Weak entity types, ER diagrams, naming convention and design issues, E.F Codd Rules, Relational Model: Basic concept, Characteristics of relations, Relational Algebra : Unary operation Relation, Relational Algebra Operations from Set Theory, Binary Relational Operations(Join, Division) , Aggregate Functions and Grouping, The Tuple Relational Calculus, Query by example, Introduction to Normalization, their practical uses. Functional Dependencies (Fully, Transitive, Multivalve, Join Dependencies), 1st Normal Form , 2nd Normal Form ,3rd Normal Form, Boyce Codd Normal Form(BCNF), 4th Normal Form,5th Normal Form, 6th Normal Form, Introduction to Transaction and its desirable properties. System Log, Characterizing Schedules Based on Recoverability and Serializability, Concurrency Control Techniques: Two Phase Locking Techniques for Concurrency Control, Concurrency Control based on Timestamp Ordering, Dealing with Deadlocks, Introduction to Database Recovery Techniques: Recovery techniques based on deferred update and recovery techniques based on Immediate Update. Introduction to Checkpoints and Shadow Paging, Introduction to Database Security, Discretionary access control based on granting and revoking privileges.

Suggested Book(s):

“Fundamentals of database system”, Ramez Elmsri and Shamkant B.Navathe, 5th edition, Pearson Education.

CSL4208/CSL4308 Computer System Architecture (3-1-0)

3.5 Credits

Introduction to Computer Organization & Architecture: Evolution of Computers from 1st Generation to Pentium and Power PC, Von Neumann machine Flynn’s Classification – SISD, SIMD, MISD, MIMD, Basic Computer Organization: Computer Registers, Instruction Codes, Computer Instructions, Timing and Control, Instruction Cycle, Memory Reference Instructions Input-Output and Interrupt, Complete Computer Description. Basic Computer Organization taking 8085 as an example binary arithmetic – add, subtract, multiply – algorithms and implementations, Microprogrammed Control: Control Memory, Address Sequencing, Micro program Example, Design of Control unit, Central Processing Unit: General Register Organization, Stack Organization. Instruction Format ( Three address, Two Address, One address, Zero address), Addressing Modes, Data Transfer and Manipulation, Program control, RISC/CISC Characteristics, Pipelining and Instruction cycle, Input-Output Organization: Peripheral Devices, I/O Interface Asynchronous Data Transfer, Modes of Transfer Direct Memory Access(DMA),DMA Transfer, DMA Controller Input-Output Processor(IOP), CPU-IOP Communication, Memory Organization: Memory Hierarchy Main Memory(RAM & ROM Chips), Auxiliary Memory(Magnetic Disc & Tapes) Associative Memory Cache Memory(Associative Mapping, Direct Mapping, Set-Associative Mapping), Virtual Memory

Suggested Book:

“Computer System Architecture”, M. Morris Mano, Pearson Education.

CSL5210 Data Structures (4-1-0)

4.5 Credits

Introduction: Basic Terminology, Elementary Data Organization, Data Structures and Operations Algorithm : Complexity, Time-Space Tradeoff, Asymptotic Notations for Complexity( ? ,?, O), Array: Introduction, Representation of Linear Arrays in Memory, Traversing Linear Arrays, Arrays: Inserting and Deleting (at Beginning, middle and at the end).Searching: Linear and Binary Search with their Complexity ,Sorting: Bubble Sort & its Complexity, Linked List: Introduction & its memory representation, Traversing a Linked List, Insertion into Linked List (sorted and unsorted Linked List), Deleting from Linked List, Operations on Doubly Linked List,, Circular linked List & its applications, Stacks & Queues: Array and Linked representation of Stacks, Implementations of recursive and non recursive procedures by Stacks, Applications: Arithmetic Expressions, Polish Notation, Transforming Infix Expressions into Postfix Expressions, Queues : Representation as Array and Linked List Deques, Priority Queues, Sorting Techniques-Quick sort , Merge Sort , Radix Sort, Selection Sort, Insertion Sort & their complexity, Trees: Binary trees, complete binary trees, Binary Search Trees, Data structures for representing binary trees. Insertion, deletion and searching in these trees. Tree Traversal: preorder, In order, Post order and their algorithms, Balanced binary Trees, AVL trees, insertion and Deletion in AVL tree, Heaps, Difference between heap and Array, insertion and deletion in heap. Heap sort and its applications, Graphs: Basic terminology, directed and undirected graphs, notion of path. Representation of graphs: edge list structures, adjacency list structures, adjacency matrix. Linked List representation of Graph, Operations on Graph, Graph traversals: DFS, BFS, Hashing: Techniques, Collision and its resolving.

Suggested Book:

“Data Structures”, Schaums’ Outlines Indian Adapted Edition, Seymour Lipschutz, McGraw-Hill, 2006.

CSP2202 Web Development Lab (0-0-4)

2 Credits

To implement HTML Tags, Text Formatting, To implement Lists in HTML, To create hyperlinks and add images, To create Tables in HTML, To implement Forms and frames in HTML, Work with CSS, Java Script – Control Statements, Objects, functions, event handling, To implement Java Script Objects.

AMP1201 Numerical Methods Lab (0-0-2)

1 Credit

To develop computer program to determine roots of a given equation using Method of Regula. False position and Newton -Raphson method, To develop computer programs for solution of system of simultaneous linear Equations using: Gauss Elimination Technique, without and with specified boundary conditions, for full as well as bounded symmetric and unsymmetrical matrices, To develop computer programs for solution of system of simultaneous linear Equations using Gauss Siedel iterative technique Successive over Relaxation(S.O.R) Technique, Linear and Non-Linear curve fitting technique, Numerical Integration with Simpson’s rule and Gaussian Integration, Solution of ordinary differential equations by (i) Eular Method (ii) Runge-Kutta Method (iii) Taylor Series Methods, To develop computer programs for Exponential, Normal Distribution Technique

CSP1206 Database Management System Lab (0-0-2)

1 Credit

Introduction to SQL and architecture of database(tool to be used), Using DDL, DML, DCL commands, Exploring select clause and its single row functions, group functions, Implement nested and co-related queries, Table Creation and alteration, Insert, Update and delete, Views

CSP2210 Data Structures Lab (0-0-4)

2 Credits

Implementation of array as Data structure and various operations on it, Program to search an element using Linear / Binary Search techniques, Program to perform different operations on linked list, Operations on Doubly Linked List, Circular linked List, Array and Linked implementation of stack, Transforming Infix Expressions into Postfix Expressions and evaluation of postfix expression, Array and Linked Implementation of Circular Queue, Sort the list of data elements using different sorting techniques-Selection, Insertion, Quick, merge, Radix, Implement Binary Search Trees and perform different operations on it, Sort the list using heap (Heap sort), Program including all Operations on Graph, Graph traversals: DFS, BFS

Suggested book:

“SQL, PL/SQL The Programming Language of Oracle”, Ivan Bayross, 3rd edition, BPB Publications.

Year – III
Summer Course
Course Code Course Name Hours (L+T+P) Credit
CST6201 Industry Oriented Hands – on Courses* 6
5th Semester
Course Code Course Name Hours (L+T+P) Credit
CSL3307 Software Engineering 3+0+0=3 3
CSL2301 Advanced Database Management System 2+0+0=2 2
CSL4303 Design and Analysis of Algorithms 3+1+0=4 3.5
CSL4305 Theory of Computation 3+1+0=4 3.5
CSP1307 Software Engineering Lab 0+0+2=2 1
CSP2301 Advanced DBMS – Lab 0+0+3=3 1.5
CSP2303 Design and Analysis of Algorithms – Lab 0+0+3=3 1.5
CSP3309 Operating System – Lab II 0+0+6=6 3
CLP2301 Life Skills I 0+0+3=3 1.5
CSP3305 Integrated Project – V 0+0+2=2 3
GES1301 Co Curricular Activities 1
GEL2301 General Education 2+0+0=2 2
Total 34 26.5
6th Semester
Course Code Course Name Hours (L+T+P) Credit
CSL4302 System Software 3+1+0=4 3.5
CSL4304 Computer Graphics 3+1+0=4 3.5
ECL4308 Microprocessor and Assembly Language 3+1+0=4 3.5
CSL3308 Artificial Intelligence & Expert System 3+0+0=3 3
Elective – I 3+1+0=4 3.5
CSP1302 System Software Lab 0+0+2=2 1
CSP1304 Computer Graphics Lab 0+0+2=2 1
ECP1308 Microprocessor and Assembly Language Lab 0+0+2=2 1
CSP2308 Artificial Intelligence & Expert System Lab 0+0+4=4 2
CLP2302 Life Skills – II 0+0+3=3 1.5
CSP3306 Integrated Project – VI 0+0+2=2 3
GES1302 Co Curricular Activities 1
Total 34 27.5
List of Elective – I
CSL4310 Human Computer Interface
CSL4312 Software Quality Assurance and Testing
CSL4505 Mobile Computing
Notes:
  • Total credits for third year of the course: 26.5 + 27.5 + 6 = 60
  • Cumulative credits at the end of the third year: 56.5 + 59.5 + 60 = 176
Course Details

CSL3307 Software Engineering (3-0-0)

3 Credits

Introduction to Software Engineering: The Evolving Role of Software, Changing nature of software, The Software Process: Software Engineering -Layered Technology, Process Models: The Waterfall Model Evolutionary Process Models – Incremental Models, Spiral Model, Requirements Engineering: Requirements Engineering Tasks: Initiating Requirement, engineering Process, Eliciting Requirements; Developing Use Cases, Building Analysis Model: Requirement Analysis, Data modeling Concepts, Flow Oriented Modeling, Software Testing Strategies and Tactics: A strategic approach for Software Testing, Software Testing Strategies: Unit Testing, Integration Testing, Validation Testing ,System Testing, White-Box Testing Techniques: Basis Path Testing, Control Structure Testing, Black -Box Testing Techniques: Equivalence Partitioning and Boundary Value Analysis , Project Management & Metrics: The management spectrum, Metrics for process & project. Metrics for Software Quality, Estimation: Software Project Planning: Objective , Software Scope and Resources, Software Project Estimation and Decomposition Techniques(LOC,FP), Empirical Estimation Models: COCOMO Model, Project Scheduling: Basic Concepts of Scheduling, Project Scheduling, Earned Value Analysis, Risk Management: Software Risks & Risk Strategies, Risk Identification, Risk Projection, Risk Mitigation, Monitoring and Management (RMMM) plan, Overview of Quality Management and Change Management

Suggested Book:

“Software Engineering: A practitioner’s Approach”, Roger S. Pressman, 6th edition, McGraw-Hill, International Edition.

CSL2301 Advanced Database Management Systems (2-0-0)

2 Credits

Review of DBMS and Introduction to Database Server Architecture, SQL Performance Tools, Security in SQL, Embedded SQL, Object -oriented concepts in databases, Cursors, Procedures and Functions, Packages, Triggers, Data base connectivity, Introduction to XML databases, Concept of Xquery, Introduction to CLIENT SERVER and Distributed database and its architecture, Data fragmentation, replication and allocation techniques for distributed database design, Query optimization, Data Mining concepts and Introduction to Data Warehousing and OLAP, Introduction to Tools various Data Mining Tools and BI Tools, Case Study of various databases

Suggested Book(s):

“Fundamentals of Database Design”, Ramez Elmasri and Shamkant B. Navathe, Addison-Wesley.
“Introduction to SQL”, Oracle Press.

CSL4303 Design and Analysis of Algorithms (3-1-0)

3.5 Credits

Basics of Design & Analysis of Algorithms, Divide and Conquer: General method, Binary Search, Merge Sort, Quick Sort, The Greedy Method: The General Method , Single Source shortest path, Job Sequencing With Deadlines , Minimum Cost Spanning Trees, Knapsack Problem, Dynamic Programming: The General Method, All Pairs Shortest Paths Single Source Paths, Optimal Binary Search Trees, 0/1 Knapsack Problem, The Travelling Salesman Problem, Backtracking: The General Method, Sum of Subsets, The N- Queens Problem ,Graph Coloring, Hamiltonian Cycles, Knapsack Problem, Branch and Bound: The Method, Least Cost Search, The 15-Puzzle: An Example, FIFO Branch and Bound, LC Branch and Bound ,0/1 Knapsack Problem ,Travelling Salesman Problem, B-Trees: Introduction, General N-ary Trees, B-tree, Operations on B-Tree, Lower Bound Theory: Comparison Trees, String Processing: Storage of strings, String Operations, Pattern Matching algorithms: Brute Force, Boyer-Moore method, NP Hard and NP Complete Problems: Basic Concepts, Cook’s Theorem, NP Hard Graph Problems, NP Hard Scheduling Problems, Approximation Algorithms: Introduction, Absolute Approximation, Polynomial Time, Approximation Schemes

Suggested Book:

“Fundamentals of Computer Algorithms”, Ellis Horowitz; Sartaj Sahni and Sanguthevar Rajasekaran, 1st edition, Galgotia Publications.

CSL4305 Theory of Computation (3-1-0)

3.5 Credits

Mathematical Notations and Techniques, Mathematical Foundation of Theory of Computation, Basic Mathematical Objects – Sets, Logic, Functions, Relations, Languages, Non-determinism and Kleene’s Theorem, Regular and Nonregular Languages, Regular Languages and Finite Automata, Regular Expressions and Finite Automata, Context Free Languages and Pushdown Automata, Non-Context-Free Languages, Introduction to Turing Machines, Unsolvable Problems, Restricted Turing Machines, Programming Techniques for Turing Machines, Undecidability, Post’s Correspondence Problem, Undecidable Problems about Turing Machines , Intractable Problems, Classes of Problems, NP Complete Problems, Problems Solvable in Polynomial Space, Language Classes Based on Randomization, The Complexity of Primality Testing, A Problem That Is Complete for PS, Complements of Languages in NP, A Restricted Satisfiability Problem

Suggested Book(s):

“Introduction to Languages and the Theory of Computation”, James Martin, McGraw-Hill.
“Introduction to Automata Theory, Languages and Computation”, Hopcroft & Ullman, Addison-Wesley.

CSP1307 Software Engineering Lab (0-0-2)

1 Credit

Introduction to UML and RSA (Rational software architect), Use-case Diagram of Management System and college Information System, Class diagram for Hospital Management System and College Information System, Interaction diagrams for College information system, Activity diagram for Bug Removal System and Admission Enrollment, Implementation diagram for University Information System and Hospital Management System.

CSP2301 Advanced Database Management System Lab (0-0-3)

1.5 Credits

Introduction to PL/ SQL (Basics), Implementation of Control structures, Implementation of Exceptions, Implementation of Cursors, Implementation of Procedures and Functions, Implementation of Packages, Implementation of Triggers.

CSP2303 Design Analysis and Algorithm Lab (0-0-3)

2 Credits

Search an element from the array of elements using Binary Search method, Sort the list of numbers/names using Merge Sort and Quick Sort, Implementation of Knapsack Problem, Track the shortest path from one node to another in a graph, Construct the Minimum cost spanning tree using Prim’s Method, Construct the spanning tree using Kruskal Method, Implementation of Travelling salesman Problem, Find all the possible solutions of N-Queen Problem, Program to implement Graph coloring Algorithm, Implementation of B-Trees, Implementing Pattern Matching Algorithms: Brute Force method and Boyer-Moore Method.

CSP3309 Operating System Lab – II (0-0-6)

  • Installation, Configuration & Customizations of Unix/Linux.
  • Study basic & User status Unix/Linux Commands: Purpose commands, File oriented commands, directory oriented commands, Communication-oriented commands, process oriented commands, etc.
  • Regular expressions & Filters in Linux: Simple filters viz. more, wc, diff, sort, uniq, etc., grep, sed.
  • Execute shell Scripts through vi editor.

Suggested Book(s):

“Linux Programming Bible”, John Goerzen, IDG Books, New Delhi.
“Your Unix – The Ultimate Guide”, Sumitabha Das, McGraw-Hill.

CSL4302 System Software (3-1-0)

3.5 Credits

Introduction: Introduction, Evolution of Components of Programming System, Architecture: System Software and machine architecture , The Simplified Instructional Computer, SIC: Machine Architecture, CISC: Traditional CISC machine, Cray T3E Architecture, Assembler Functions: Basic assembler functions: start, end ,byte , word, A simple SIC assembler, General Design Procedure, Design of Assembler: Single Pass, Multi-pass assembler, LOADERS AND LINKERS: Compile and GO loaders, General loader scheme, Absolute Loader: architecture Relocating Loader Direct- Linking Loader, Loader Design options: Linkage Editor Dynamic Linking Bootstrap Loader, Design of an absolute loader, Macros: Macro Language and Macro Processor: Macro Instructions, Features of Macro Facility: Macro Instruction Arguments Conditional Macro Expansion,Macro Calls within Macros, SYSTEM SOFTWARE TOOLS: Text Editor, Overview of Editing Process, User Interface, Editor Structure

Suggested Book(s):

“Systems Programming”, John J. Donovan, McGraw-Hill, 1972.
“System Software: An Introduction to System Programming”, L. L. Beck, 3rd edition.

CSL4304 Computer Graphics (3-1-0)

3.5 Credits

Symbol table implementation for functions – create, modify, display etc, Two Pass assembler, Single Pass assembler, Implementation of absolute loader, two passes of direct linker loader, Simple Text Editor Introduction: Introduction to computer graphics, Applications- Computer Aided Design, Digital Image Processing , Graphical User Interface, Graphics using C:Initgraph, closegraph, cleardevice, outtextxy, putpixel, getpixel, setcolor. To draw line, circle, ellipse, rectangle, polygon, Video Display Devices: Refresh Cathode-Ray Tubes, Raster Scan Displays, Random Scan Displays. Color CRT Monitors, Direct-View Storage Tubes, Flat-Panel Displays- Plasma panels, Liquid Crystal Displays, Scan Conversion: Scan converting a point, scan converting a Line- Direct use of the line equation, DDA algorithm, Bresenham’s line algorithm, Scan converting a Circle : Bresenham’s Circle algorithm, Midpoint circle algorithm, Ellipse-Generating Algorithms, Properties of Ellipses, Midpoint Ellipse Algorithm, Other Curves, Conic Sections, Polynomials and Spline Curves, Region Filling : Boundary fill algorithm, Flood fill Algorithm, Scan Converting a Character : Aliasing effects , Anti- aliasing, Two Dimensional Transformations- Geometric Transformations- Translation, Rotation , Scaling , Reflection ,Coordinate Transformations- Translation, Rotation, Scaling , Reflection. Two Dimensional Viewing and Clipping: Window to viewport mapping. Point Clipping.Line Clipping – Cohen- Sutherland Algorithm, Midpoint subdivision, Liang-Barsky Algorithm, Polygon Clipping, Sutherland-Hodgernan Polygon, Clipping, Weiler-Atherton Polygon Clipping, Other Polygon-Clipping Algorithms, Curve Clipping, Text Clipping, Exterior Clipping, Projections: Taxonomy of projection, Perspective Projection- 1 point, 2 point, 3 point. Perspective anomalies. Parallel Projection- Orthographic , multiview , axonometric, isometric, diametric , trimetric , Oblique ,cavalier, cabinet, Hidden line & Surface elimination algorithms: Depth Comparisons, Z-Buffer Algorithm, Painter’s Algorithm, Curved Lines and Surfaces: Bezier Curves and Surfaces, Bezier Curves, Properties of Bezier Curves, Design Techniques Using Bezier, Curves, Cubic Bezier Curves, Bezier Surfaces, B-Spline Curves and Surfaces, B-Spline Curves, Surface and Polygon Rendering Methods: Surface-Rendering Methods, Polygon-Rendering Methods, Constant-Intensity Shading, Gouraud Shading, Phong Shading, Ray-Tracing Methods, Radiosity Method

Suggested Book(s):

“Computer Graphics”, R. A. Plastock and Z. Xiang, McGraw Hill.
“Computer Graphics”, D. Hearn and M.P. Baker, 2nd edition, PHI

ECL4308 Microprocessors and Assembly Language Programming (3-1-0)

3.5 Credits

Evolution of microprocessors: Evolution of microprocessors, Technological trends in microprocessor development, The Intel family tree, Applications of microprocessors, Use latest technologies, Introduction to Microprocessor: Architecture of 8086 Microprocessor. Block diagram. Description of data registers, addressing registers, pointer and index registers, PSW, Queue, BIU and EU, 8086 flags: 8086 flag register and function of 8086 Flags, Pin Diagram:8086 Pin diagram descriptions, 8086 Instruction set: Instruction formats, Addressing modes, Data Transfer Instructions, String Instructions, Arithmetic and logical Instructions, Transfer of control instructions, process control instruction, Assembler directives, 8086 signals: Generating 8086 CLK and reset signals using 8084.WAIT state generation, Microprocessor bus types and buffering techniques, Modes: 8086 minimum mode and maximum mode, Assembly language programs: Assembly language programs involving logical, Branch & Call instructions, sorting, evaluation of arithmetic expressions, string manipulation, Interrupt structure of 8086: Interrupts and interrupts service routines, interrupt cycle of 8086, types of interrupts, DMA operation, Serial data transfer schemes, Serial data transfer schemes. Asynchronous and Synchronous data transfer schemes. 8251 USART architecture and interfacing.

Suggested Book(s):

“Microprocessor and Interfacing”, Douglas V. Hall, 2nd edition, McGraw-Hill.

CSI3308 Artificial Intelligence and Expert System (3-0-0)

3 Credits

Introduction: Overview of Artificial Intelligence: Definition & Importance of Artificial Intelligence, Knowledge: General Concepts: Introduction, Definition and Importance of Knowledge. Knowledge-Based Systems, Representation of Knowledge, Knowledge Organization, Knowledge Manipulation, Acquisition of Knowledge, Logic: First order logic – representation revisited – Syntax and semantics for first order logic – Using first order logic – Knowledge engineering in first order logic. Inference in First order logic – prepositional versus first order logic – unification and lifting – forward chaining – backward chaining – Resolution, Knowledge Representation: Knowledge Representation: Introduction, Syntax and Semantics for Prepositional logic, Syntax and Semantics for FOPL. Properties of Wffs, Conversion to Clausal Form, Inference Rules,, Inference Methods, Representations Using Rules, Knowledge Representation Techniques: Structured Knowledge: Graphs, Frames and Related Structures: Introduction, Associative Networks, Frame Structures, Conceptual Dependencies and Scripts.

Expert Systems: Expert Systems, Definitions types, components, Expert System Development Process, Searching, Learning and Planning: Searching: State-space representations, Depth-first, breadth-first, heuristic search, Planning and game playing, Genetic algorithms. Learning, Planning and Explanation in Expert System: Neural Expert System, Fuzzy, Expert System, Real Time Expert Systems, Case Studies: Implementation Tools : Prolog, Study of existing, expert systems- TIERES, MYCIN, Probabilistic Reasoning, Probabilistic inference networks, Fuzzy inference rules, Bayesian rules, Neural networks, Principles, biological analogies, Training (techniques and errors), Recognition.

Suggested Book:

“Introduction to Artificial Intelligence & Expert Systems”, Dan W. Patterson, Prentice Hall International, 1990.

CSP1302 System Software Lab (0-0-2)

1 Credit

Symbol table implementation for functions – create, modify, display etc. , Two Pass assembler, Single Pass Assembler, Implementation of absolute loader, two passes of direct linker loader, simple text editor

CSP1304 Computer Graphics Lab (0-0-2)

1 Credit

Graphics using C- initgraph, closegraph , cleardevice, outtextxy, putpixel, getpixel, setcolor. To draw line, circle, ellipse, rectangle, polygon, Scan converting a point, scan converting a Line- Direct use of the line equation, DDA algorithm , Bresenham’s line algorithm, Scan converting a Circle- Bresenham’s Circle algorithm, Midpoint circle algorithm, Region Filling- Boundary fill algorithm, Flood fill Algorithm, Geometric Transformations – Translation , Rotation , Scaling , Reflection ,Shear and Scaling, Co-ordinate Transformation- Translation , Rotation , Scaling , Reflection ,Shear and Scaling, Line Clipping – Cohen- Sutherland Algorithm , Midpoint subdivision , Liang-Barsky Algorithm , Polygon Clipping, Sutherland-Hodgernan Polygon, Clipping Weiler-Atherton Polygon Clipping, Hidden line & Surface elimination algorithms – Depth Comparisons, Z-Buffer Algorithm, Painter’s Algorithm.

ECP1308 Microprocessors and Assembly Language Programming Lab (0-0-2)

1 Credit

Introduction to 8085 kit, Addition of 2-8 bit number, sum 8- bit, Addition of 2-8 bit number, sum 16- bit, Subtraction of 2-8 bit number, Find 1s complement of 8 bit number, Find 1s complement of 16 bit number, Find 2s complement of 8 bit number, Find 2s complement of 16 bit number a) Shift an 8 -bit no. by one bit b) Shift an 16 -bit no. by one bit, Find Largest of two 8 bit numbers, Find Largest among an array of ten numbers (8-bit) , Sum of series of 8 bit numbers.

CSP2308 Artificial Intelligence Expert System Lab 2 (0-0-4)

2 Credits

Introduction to Expert System Architecture, Components, Designing and Analyzing an Expert System, Rule Based Expert System Design, Introduction to PROLOG, An expert system for Medical diagnosis, An expert system for Library Management, An expert system for Pattern Matching, An expert system for Game Theory or Puzzle Game, An expert system for PC Troubleshooting, To generate a ‘family Tree’, implementation of ‘Conjunction’, check about the relation among different entities, check about entities whether they are club members or not in PROLOG, To check whether ‘an entity is a bird or not’, check whether ‘person steals something valuable or not’, to calculate ‘Density’, to generate ‘Calculator’, or not element is a member of the list or not, calculate the length of the string, calculate the factorial of the number, implement the concept of the ‘CUT’ in PROLOG.

CSL4310 Human Computer Interface (3-1-0)

3.5 Credits

Importance of user Interface: Definition, Importance of good design, Benefits of good design. A brief history of Screen design, The graphical user interface: Interaction Styles, popularity of graphics, The concept of direct manipulation, Graphical Systems: Advantages and Disadvantages, Characteristics, Web user: Interface popularity, Characteristics, Principles of user interface, Design process: Human interaction with computers. Importance of human characteristics, human consideration. Human interaction speeds, Business functions: Understanding business functions. Screen Designing: Design goals (introduction), Screen planning: Screen planning and purpose, organizing screen elements. Ordering of screen data and content: Screen navigation and flow. Visually pleasing composition: Amount of information. Information retrieval on web: Statistical graphics, Windows: New and Navigation schemes. Select proper kind of windows. Choose the proper screen based controls, Components: Text and messages. Icons and increases: Multimedia, Graphics, Colors, Uses problems, choosing colors, Software tools: Introduction, Specification methods, Interface – Building Tools, Interaction Devices: Keyboard and function keys, Pointing devices, Speech recognition digitization and generation. Image and video displays.

Suggested Book(s):

“The essential guide to user interface design”, Wilbert O. Galitz, Wiley DreamaTech.
“Designing the User Interface”, Ben Shneiderman, Pearson Education, 2001.

CSL4312 Software Quality Assurance and Testing (3-1-0)

3.5 Credits

Introduction: Software Quality, Role of testing, verification and validation, objectives and issues of testing, Testing activities and levels, Sources of Information for Test Case Selection, White-Box and Black-Box Testing , Test Planning and Design, Monitoring and Measuring Test Execution, Test Tools and Automation, Test Team Organization and Management, Unit Testing: Concept of Unit Testing , Static Unit Testing , Defect Prevention , 3.4 Dynamic Unit Testing , Mutation Testing , Debugging , Unit Testing in extreme Programming, Control Flow Testing: Outline of Control Flow Testing, Control Flow Graph, Paths in a Control Flow Graph, Path Selection Criteria, All-PathCoverage Criterion , Statement Coverage Criterion, Branch Coverage Criterion, Predicate Coverage Criterion, Generating Test Input, Examples of Test Data Selection., Data Flow Testing: Data Flow Anomaly,. Overview of Dynamic Data Flow Testing, Data Flow Graph, Data Flow Terms, Data Flow Testing Criteria, Comparison of Data Flow Test Selection Criteria, Feasible Paths and Test Selection Criteria, Comparison of Testing Techniques.
System Integration Testing: Concept of Integration Testing, Different Types of Interfaces and Interface Errors, Granularity of System Integration Testing, System Integration Techniques, Software and Hardware Integration, Test Plan for System Integration, Off-the-Shelf Component Integration, Off-the-Shelf Component Testing, Built-in Testing, System Test Categories: Basic Tests, Functionality Tests, Robustness Tests, Interoperability Tests, Performance Tests, Scalability Tests, Stress Tests, Load and Stability Tests, Reliability Tests, Regression Tests, Documentation Tests, Functional Testing: Equivalence Class Partitioning, Boundary Value Analysis, Decision Tables, Random Testing, Error Guessing, Category Partition
System Test Design: Test Design Factors, Requirement Identification, Characteristics of Testable Requirements, Test Design Preparedness Metrics, Test case Design Effectiveness, System Test Planning And Automation: Structure of a System Test Plan, Introduction and Feature Description, Assumptions, Test Approach, Test Suite Structure, Test Environment, Test Execution Strategy, Test Effort Estimation, Scheduling and Test Milestones, System Test Automation, Evaluation and Selection of Test Automation Tools, Test Selection Guidelines for Automation, Characteristics of Automated Test Cases, Structure of an Automated Test Case, Test Automation Infrastructure, System Test Execution: Preparedness to Start System Testing, Metrics for Tracking System Test, Metrics for Monitoring Test Execution, Beta Testing, First Customer Shipment, System Test Report, Product Sustaining, Measuring Test Effectiveness.

Suggested Book:

“Software Testing and Quality Assurance: Theory and Practice”, Sagar Naik and Piyu Tripathy, University of Waterloo, Wiley, 2008.

CSL4505 Mobile Computing (3-1-0)

3.5 Credits

Introduction: Challenges in mobile computing, coping with uncertainties, resource poorness, bandwidth, etc. Cellular architecture, co-channel interference, frequency reuse, capacity increase by cell splitting. Medium Access Control: Motivation for a specialized MAC: Hidden and Exposed terminals. Near and Far terminals; SDMA, FDMA, TDMA: Fixed TDM, Classical Aloha, Slotted Aloha, Carrier sense multiple access, Demand assigned multiple access, PRMA packet reservation multiple access, Reservation TDMA, Multiple access with collision avoidance, Polling, Inhibit sense multiple access; CDMA: Spread Aloha multiple access, Telecommunication Systems: GSM: Mobile services, System architecture, Radio interface, Protocols, Localization And Calling, Handover, Security, New data services; DECT: System architecture, Protocol architecture; TETRA, UMTS and IMT-2000: UMTS Basic architecture, UTRA FDD mode, UTRA TDD mode, Wireless LAN: Infrared vs. Radio transmission, Infrastructure and Adhoc Networks, IEEE 802.11: System architecture, Protocol architecture, Physical layer, Medium access control layer, MAC management, Future development; HIPERLAN: Protocol architecture, Physical layer, Channel access control. Sublayer, Medium access control Sublayer, Information bases And Networking; Bluetooth: User scenarios, Physical layer, MAC layer, Networking. Security, Link management, Mobile Network Layer: Mobile IP: Goals, assumptions and requirements, Entities and Terminology, IP packet delivery, Agent advertisement and discovery, Registration, Tunneling and Encapsulation , Optimizations, Reverse tunneling, Ipv6; Dynamic host configuration protocol, Ad hoc networks: Routing, Mobile Transport Layer: Traditional TCP: Congestion control, Slow start, Fast retransmit/fast recovery, Implications on mobility; Indirect TCP, Snooping TCP, Mobile TCP, Fast retransmit/fast recovery, Transmission/time-out freezing, Selective retransmission, Transaction oriented TCP, Data Dissemination and Management: Challenges, Data dissemination, Mobile data replication, Mobile data caching, Mobile cache maintenance, mobile web caching, caching in ad hoc networks, Context Aware Computing: Ubiquitous computing, concept of context, context aware computing and applications, middleware support, Mobile Middleware: Service discovery, adaptation, mobile agents, Wireless security: Traditional security issues, mobile and wireless security issues, Problems in ad hoc networks

Suggested Book:

“Fundamentals of Mobile and Pervasive Computing”, Frank Adelstein; S. K. S. Gupta; Golden G. Richard III and Loren Schwiebert, McGraw-Hill.

Year – IV

In the final year of B.E. (CSE) program, the student has the option of pursuing co-op track or semester track. In the co-op track, the student takes up a year-long co-op project at a designated industry, while in the semester track the student takes regular courses at campus, and in the other semester takes up internship at a designated industry.

(a) For students pursuing semester track:

7th / 8th Semesters
Course Code Course Name Hours (L+T+P) Credit
AML4401 Optimization Techniques 3+1+0=4 3.5
Organizational Behavior 3+0+0=3 3
Elective – II 3+1+0=4 3.5
Elective – III 3+1+0=4 3.5
Open Elective 3+1+0=4 3.5
CSP4401 Lab Oriented Project 0+0+8=8 4
Elective – II Lab 0+0+2=2 1
Open Elective Lab 0+0+2=2 1
Total 31 23
List of Elective – II
CSL4401 OS Administration
CSL4403 Natural Language Processing
CSL4405 Database Administration
List of Elective – III
CSL4403 Dataware Housing and Mining
CSL4405 Network Security
CSL4409 Modelling and Simulation
List of Open Elective
ECL4305 Digital Signal Processing
ECL4309 Advanced Communication System
List of Elective – II Lab
CSP1401 OS Administration Lab
CSP1403 Natural Language Processing Lab
CSP1405 Database Administration Lab
List of Open Elective Lab
ECP1305 Digital Signal Processing Lab
ECP1309 Advanced Communication System Lab
7th/8th Semesters
Course Code Course Name Hours (L+T+P) Credit
CST9401 Industry – Oriented Hands-on Experience* 20
Total 20
Notes:
  • * means “Internship at Industry” for students pursuing semester track
  • Total credits at the end of the fourth year: 23 + 20 = 43
  • Cumulative credits at the end of the fourth year : 56.5 + 59.5 + 60 + 43 = 219

(b) For students pursuing co-op track:

7th/8th Semesters
Course Code Course Name Hours (L+T+P) Credit
CST9410 Co-op project at Industry 40
Total 40
Notes:
  • * means “Internship at Industry” for students pursuing co-op track
  • Total credits at the end of the fourth year: 40
  • Cumulative credits at the end of the fourth year: 56.5 + 59.5 + 60 + 40 = 216

Course Details

AML4401 Optimization Techniques, (3-1-0)

3.5 Credits

Introduction to Operations Research, Formulation of Linear Programming Problem. Standard form of LPP graphical solution of LPP, convex theory, Fundamental theory of LPP.

The Simplex method, the big M-method the two-phase method, degeneracy Exceptional cases of LPP i.e. alternative optimal solution, unbounded solution, infeasible solution Definition of the Dual Problem, the relationship between the optimal primal and dual solution Dual Simplex Method, Primal-Dual computations, Sensitivity Analysis. Mathematical formulation of Transportation Model, Initial BFS with N-W corner method, LCM, VAM method, Optimal Solution using U-V method Assignment Problem , Hungarian Method Integer Programming , Relationship to linear programming, Branch and Bound Algorithm
Network Models: Network definition, Spanning Tree, Shortest Path, Maximal Flow problem, Removal of redundancy. Network computations, Free and Total slack, CPM and PERT, Project Management, Crashing Elements of a Queuing Model, Role of Exponential Distribution, Birth and Death Models Steady state measures of performance, single server models, and multi-server models.
Sequencing of ‘n’ jobs and ’2′ Machines, ‘n’ jobs and ’3′ Machines, ‘n’ jobs and ‘m’ machines, Main features of Dynamic programming problem(DPP), Recursive nature of computations in DPP, Forward and Backward Recursion. Introduction to NLPP: Unconstrained Optimization, Search Techniques, Dichotomus Search, Fibonacci Method, Constrained Optimization, Lagrange’s Multiplier method, KKT conditions.

Suggested Book:

“Operations Research – An Introduction”, Taha Hamdy, 8th edition, Prentice-Hall.
“ Introductory Operation Research: Theory and Applications”, H. S. Kasana, Springer Verlag, 2005.

Organizational Behavior (3-0-0)

3 Credits

Introduction: Introduction to Organization Behavior, managerial roles, management functions. Contributing disciplines to OB, managing diversity, Individual Behavior in Organizations. Challenges and Opportunities for Organizational Behaviour, Behaviour Management: Values and Attitudes. Learning and Behavior Management: Theories of learning, Job satisfaction. Meaning of Personality: Measuring personality, Types of Personality, Concept of Perception, attribution theory, perception and decision making and Organization Behaviour modification (OB-MOD), Motivation: Types and importance of motivation. Motivation at workplace. Emotions and Moods. Theories of Motivation: Maslow, Hertzberg’s hygiene factor, Vroom’s expectancy model, Porter and Lawler, McGregor’s Theory X and Theory Y and McClelland’s three needs theory, Dynamics of Managerial Leadership: Styles of leadership. Theories of leadership and their applications. Managerial Grid. Contemporary issues in leadership, Foundations of Group Behaviour: Group formation, development and structure. Group processes, Group Decision-Making techniques and work teams, Interpersonal Behaviour in Organizations: Transactional Analysis, Conflict Management, Stress and Crisis Management, Organizational Dynamics: Power and Politics in organization. Organisational Change & Development, Innovation, Creating a learning organization. Emotional Intelligence – Concept. Organisational Culture, Cross-Cultural Behaviour. Organisational Effectiveness. Organisational Change & Development.

Suggested Book(s):

“Organizational Behavior”, Stephen P. Robbins, 9th edition, Prentice-Hall International.
“Organization Behavior”, L. M. Prasad, S. Chand.

CSL4401 OS Administration (3-1-0)

3.5 Credits

Introduction: Description of the systems administrator’s role: tasks and duties, knowledge required, code of ethics. Information sources and documentation. Planning the installation. Disk preparation: file system partitioning and formatting, Organization of the UNIX files system: Swap area. Basic configuration. Starting and stopping the operating system. The system’s databases. Adding, removing and disabling users. Permissions and protection mechanisms, Users and special groups: Installing applications. Maintaining different versions of an application. Software distribution formats. Process management. Process management tasks, Monitoring users: Disk monitoring. File verification, optimization, and repair. RAID systems. Backups, Task temporization and automation: UNIX printing system. Information services. The superserver. Portmapper and RPCs. Domain Name System (DNS). File Transfer Protocol (FTP). World Wide Web (HTTP). E-mail (SMTP). Network File Systems (NFS, SMB). Network Information Systems (NIS), Local security: permissions and protection mechanisms, user authentication, access to devices Network security: active services, connection filter, Security auditing. Encryption and digital signatures.

Suggested Book:

“Essential System Administration”, Leen Frisch, O’Reilly, 2002.

CSL4403 Natural Language Processing (3-1-0)

3.5 Credits

Introduction: Knowledge in speech and language processing – Ambiguity – Models and Algorithms – Language, Thought and Understanding. Regular Expressions and automata: Regular expressions – Finite-State automata, Morphology and Finite-State Transducers: Survey of English morphology – Finite-State Morphological parsing – Combining FST lexicon and rules – Lexicon-Free FSTs: The porter stammer – Human morphological processing, Word classes and part-of-speech tagging: English word classes – Tagsets for English – Part-of-speech tagging – Rule-based part-of-speech tagging – Stochastic part-of-speech tagging – Transformation-based tagging – Other issues, Context-Free Grammars for English: Constituency – Context-Free rules and trees – Sentence-level constructions – The noun phrase – Coordination – Agreement – The verb phase and sub categorization – Auxiliaries – Spoken language syntax – Grammars equivalence and normal form – Finite-State and Context-Free grammars – Grammars and human processing, Parsing with Context-Free Grammars: Parsing as search – A Basic Top-Down parser – Problems with the basic Top-Down parser – The early algorithm – Finite-State parsing methods. Features and Unification: Feature structures – Unification of feature structures – Features structures in the grammar – Implementing unification – Parsing with unification constraints – Types and Inheritance, Lexicalized and Probabilistic Parsing: Probabilistic context-free grammar – problems with PCFGs – Probabilistic lexicalized CFGs – Dependency Grammars – Human parsing, Representing Meaning: Computational desiderata for representations – Meaning structure of language – First order predicate calculus – Some linguistically relevant concepts – Related representational approaches – Alternative approaches to meaning, Semantic Analysis: Syntax-Driven semantic analysis – Attachments for a fragment of English – Integrating semantic analysis into the early parser – Idioms and compositionality – Robust semantic analysis, Lexical semantics: Relational among lexemes and their senses – WordNet: A database of lexical relations – The Internal structure of words – Creativity and the lexicon. Word Sense Disambiguation and Information Retrieval: Selectional restriction-based disambiguation – Robust word sense disambiguation – Information retrieval – other information retrieval tasks.

Suggested Book:

“Speech and Language Processing”, Daniel Jurafsky and James H. Martin, Pearson Education, 2002.

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