DATA BASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Unit 1: INTRODUCTION TO DATA BASE CONCEPTS
Data Base Systems and their needs, Components of DBS, Operational data
representation, DBS architecture, Data Base Administrator and its role, Storage structure,
Unit 2: DATA MODELS
Relational, Hierarchical and Network Models, Higher level operators, Relational data
structural-relations, Domains, Attributes and Keys, Extensions, Intentions, Integrity rules
and constraints with examples of relational models
Unit 3: DATA NORMALIZATION
Concept of Normalization and Functional Dependencies (FD), First, Second and Third
normal forms of data relations, Fourth normal form, Query facilities: SQL & Embedded
SQL, Relational algebra, Relational calculus
Unit 4: DATA BASE ENVIRONMENT
Recovery, Transaction, Commit, Rollback and Sync. Points, Systems and Media
recovery, Concurrency problem, Locking, Deadlock, Security: General considerations,
Security in SQL, Views, Grant and Revoke mechanism, Integrity: General considerations
and examples, Query optimization.
Unit 5: CASE STUDIES
Relational Database System Design, Concepts of ORACLE, Interactive SQL, PL-SQL,
Creating Views, Object Oriented Data Base, Parallel & Distributed Data Bases.
• Date, C. J: "Introduction. To Data Base Systems", Addison Wesley 6
• Abraham Silberchatz, "Data Base System Concepts", McGraw Hill Int., 1997.
• Ullman, "Principles of Database Systems". Galgotia Pub. 1995.
• Ivan Bayross. "Oracle Developer 2000", B. P. B. Publication, 1997 Computer Organization
Introduction to Computer Organization
Structure and function of a computer, components of a computer, organization of a
Instructions, operations, and operands, addressing modes, instruction formats, data path
in a CPU, control unit implementation, micro programmed control, characteristics of
CISC and RISC processors, performance of a processing unit.
Memory hierarchy, main memory unit, internal organization of a memory chip,
organization of a main memory unit, SRAM, DRAM, and ROM, error corrective
memories, interleaved memory units, cache memory unit, concepts of cache memory,
mapping functions, organization of virtual memory, address translation, hardware support
for memory management.
Access of I/O devices, I/O ports, I/O control mechanism, program controlled I/O,
interrupted I/O, DMA controlled I/O, I/O interface, system buses, peripherals, terminals,
video displays, magnetic tapes, magnetic storage disks, CD ROMs.
High Performance Processor
Instructions pipelining, pipeline hazards, super scalar processors, performance
consideration, multi processor system, shared memory systems, interconnection
networks, cache in multiprocessor systems.
Number system, Boolean algebra, flip-flops, combinational circuit, sequential circuits.
• J L Hennessy and D A Patterson, Computer Organization and Design, the
Hardware/ Software Interface, Morgan Kaufmann, 1994.
• J L Hennessy and D A Patterson, Computer Architecture- A quantitative
approach, Morgan Kaufmann, 1994
• V C Hamacher, Z G Vranesic and S G Zaky, Computer Organization, 4
McGraw Hill, 1996. Object Oriented Technology
Object Oriented Paradigm, Structured vs Object Oriented Development, Concept of
Object and classes, Encapsulation, Polymorphism, Inheritance Generic Programming,
Merits and demerits of OOP.
Classes and Objects, Introduction, Class specification, Class objects, Defining member
function, Inline functions, Data Hiding, Empty class, Pointers inside a class, Passing
objects as parameters, Returning objects from functions, Friend function and class, Static
data and member functions. Constructors and destructors, Overloading of constructors,
Dynamic initialization through constructors, Copy constructors, Static data members with
constructors and destructors. Pointers to objects, Array of objects, this pointer, Self
Overloading, Function and Operator overloading, Overloading of unary and Binary
operators, Limitations of overloading of increment and decrement operators, overloading
of arithmetic, Relational, assignment, new and delete, subscript operators. Data
conversion between objects. Complete conversion. Overloading through friend functions.
Tracing of memory leaks.
Inheritance: Declaration of derived class, forms of inheritance, constructors and
destructors in derived class, types of inheritance, abstract class,
Virtual functions: Need of virtual functions, Pointers to derived class objects, Pure
virtual functions, Virtual destructors, Rules of writing virtual function
Generic programming : Function and Class templates, Overloadable function
templates, Inheritance of class templates, Class templates with overloadable operators.
Exception handling: Error and exception, exception handling constructs, Throwing an
exception, Catching all exception.
Stream computation with files: Hierarchy of File stream classes, opening and closing of
files, File modes, Saving and reading of objects, handling of errors during file
• The C++ Programming Language by [url removed, login to view], Pearson Education.
• Thinking in C++ by Bruce Eckel , Pearson Education
• Object Oriented Programming in C++ by [url removed, login to view], PHI
• Mastering C++ by Venugopal and et all, Tata McGraw Hill
• C++ How to Program by Deital and Deital, Pearson Education Operating System
Unit 1: Introduction
Evolution of operating system , serial processing, Batch processing system,
Multiprogramming system, Multi programmed batch system, Time sharing system,
parallel system, distributed system, Real time system, operating system structure, System
Unit 2: Process Management
Process state , process control block, process scheduling, type of schedulers, scheduling
algorithm. Multiple processor scheduling, Real time scheduling, operation of process,
cooperating process, Concept of threading, Interprocess communication,
Synchronization, critical section problem, Synchronization of hardware, semaphore,
classical problem of synchronization, Critical Region, Monitors
Unit 3: Memory Management
Continuous allocation, Memory allocation, Static and dynamic swapping, relocation,
Compaction, protection, sharing, Segmentation, Non contiguous allocation, paging,
virtual memory, Management, operation, Allocation and Replacement policies, working
set theory, Segmentation AND paging combined, file system structure, file system
implementation, directory implementation, Allocation methods.
Unit 4: Scheduling & Deadlocks
Disk structure, Disk-Scheduling: FCFS, SSTF, SCAN, Look, C-Look, Dead lock-
deadlock characterization, Methods for handling deadlock, Deadlock prevention,
Deadlock avoidance, Deadlock Detection, Recovery from deadlock
Unit 5: Security
Security threats – Protection – intruders – Viruses – trusted System.
• Operating Systems’ – Internal and Design Principles Stallings, Pearson
• Operating System Principles- Silberchatz and. Galvin, “Operatng system concept,
John Wiley publication Communication System
UNIT 1 ANALOG MODULATION
Classification of signals, difference between analog& digital signals, elements of a
communication system. AM, FM, PM.
UNIT 2 RECEIVERS & TRANSMITTERS
Generation and Detection of AM & FM signals, Radio transmitters and receivers,
Introduction to transmitting & receiving Antennas, PLL, AGC, AFC, Tracking Diversity.
UNIT 3 COMMUNICATION MEDIUM
Concept of BW, Noises & Channel Capacity of different communication system such as
two wire, Coaxial cable, wave guides, Microwave, Satellite, Fiber-optics etc.
UNIT 4 DIGITAL MODULATION
Information Capacity, sampling Theorem, PCM< Delta modulation, Comparison of PCM
& DM .The Complete PCM system, Spread Spectrum, Communication Multiplexing
(TDM, FDM) Switching(Circuit, Message,& Packet).
UNIT 5 DIGITAL MODULATION TECHNIQUES
PSK, FSK, DPSK, Synchronous & Asynchronous Communication, Start Stop bit data
transfer Bit level transfer Byte level data transfer, data transfer efficiency. Modems
(Synchronous & Asynchronous) Error detection and correction methods (Parity bit,
Block Parity, Hamming Code Checksum error detection etc.)
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