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1. Introduction Probability models, Sample Space, Events their algebra, graphical methods of reprenting events, Probability Axioms and their applications, conditional probalty, Independence of Events, Bayes thermos and Bernoulli Trials 2. Random Variables Randam variables and their event space, pmf, Distribution functions, Some Discrete distribution (Bernoulli, Binomial, Geometric, Negative binomial, Poission, Hypergemotric and Uniform, PGF, Discrete random vector, Contious Random Variable: Some continous random variable, hyperexponetion, Erlang, Gamma, Normal), Function of random variable, distributed RV. 3. Expectation Introduction , Moments , exception ,of function of more than one RV, Brief introduction to conational pmf ,pdf and expectation , Moments and transforms of some distribution (uniform, Bernoulli, binomial, Geometric, Poission, Exponential , Gamma, Normal) Computation to mean to failure. 4. Stochastic Processes Classification of stochastic processes, The Bernoulli process, The Poisson process, Renewal process, renewal model of program behavior. 5. Markov Chains Computations of n-step transition probabilities , State classification and limiting probabilities , Distribution of times b/w states changes , Irreducible finite with aperiodic states. M/G/I Queuing system, Discrete parameter Birth-death process, Analysis of program execution time, Continuous parameter Markov chains, Birth-Death processes. Note:- There will be atmost one question from unit 1, atleast one question from unit 2 and 3, and atleast two question from unit 5
Khanna 3 W. AN introduction to probability Theory and its applications Queuing Systems 2 vols John Wiley 1976 .Queing and Computer Science application 2 J.Beller.Books: 1 K.J Hayes.S TRIVIDI. STATSTICS With Reliability.Probability. Modelling of Commucation Networks .
Humphrey 4. Addison Wisley 2. Books: 1. Evolution of the software economics . . Software Management Process Frameworks lifecycle phases. Project Management 2/e Maylor 3. work flows of the process. management artifacts. engineering artifacts. Managing global software projects. 2001. automation through software environments. Walker Royee. Software management Disciplines Iterative process planning.SOFTWARE PROJECT MANAGEMENT CSE – 441 (Departmental Elective – II) L T P 3 1 - Theory : 75 Sessional: 50 1. management indicators. process automation. elaboration. Convectional Software Management. Ramesh. TMII. principles of modern software management 2. Software project Management . team effectiveness. reducing product size. process discriminates. pragmatic artifact. checkpoints of the process.inception. software processes. construction and training phases Artifacts of the process / the artifacts sets . project organizations and responsibilities. 3. improving software economics. project control and process instrumentation/core matrix. life cycle expectations . Note: There will be eight questions in all at least from each unit. model based software artifact. Managing the Software process .
shell as command processor.2000. character classes. 4.conditionals.security.starting and stopping processes.using idd. Command line. time. Linux I/O system. signals & signal handlers.batch. Regular Expressions and Filters Introducing regular expressions patters. dynamic loader. network files. Logging in & Logging out. Use of makefiles. Simple commands. Linux Startup User accounts. memory management.scripts. archiving. introduction to egrep. managing projects. accessing Linux-starting & shitting processes.customizing environment.loops. 3. dependency calculations. programming with awk & perl. NOTE:-There will be 8 questions in all. quantifiers.Unix and Linux Programming CSE – 471 (Departmental Elective – III) L T P 3 1 Theory : 75 Sessional: 50 1. Processes in Linux Processes . soname.functions.sed.IDG books. BOOKS 1. debugging with gdb. building & using static and dynamic libraries. syntax. Shell Programming Unix file system: Linux/Unix files.New Delhi.loops.John Goezzen:Linux Programming Bible. . vi editor . 2. cron.compiler options. memory management-dynamic & static memory. creating command substitution. password administration administration. initilization processes. inodes and structures and file system related commands. The C Enviornment The C compiler .At least one question will be set from each of the units. privileges.re and init files. shell variables.job control-at . authentication.
3.2001.Welsh & Kaufmann:Running Linux.2.vol.2000.2000.O’Reiley & Associates.Sumitabha Das:Your Unix-The Ultimate Guide. .Wrox-Shroff. 1 & 2.Mathew Proffessional Linux Programming. 4.TMH.
Forms and CGI. Architectural Guidelines. Design Sketches. Dynamic HTML and Web Designing HTML Basic Concepts. sending Data to the Server. Proxics. Environment Variables. New and emerging Form elements. Text Level Events. coding Guidelines. Integrated Navigation Elements. Form Control. Alternative Technologies. The CGI Environment. Indexing the Right Stuff. Form Tags. Theory: 75 Sessional: 25 . Advanced Layout: Frames and Layers. Semantic Linking Meta Information. Information Architecture The role of the Information Architect. Good Web Design. Using application Objects and Events. Creating Cohesive Organization Systems Designing Navigation Systems. Searching your Web Site. Anchor Attributes. Phases of Web Site development. Retrieving a Query String. Introduction to Layout: Backgrounds. The Hypertext Transport Protocol. Structure of HTML documents. Types of Navigation systems. Other binary Formats. HTTP. Basic Interactivity and HTML: FORMS. Creating and Reading Cookies. Decoding Form Input. Searching Systems. Block Level Events. Style Sheets. Language attributes. Designing Elegant Navigation Systems. Layout with Tables. Organizational Challenges. JSP Objects and Components. Colors and Text. Image maps. JSP: Request and response objects. Java Server Pages Basics. URLs. Browser Requests. Process of Web Publishing. To search or Not To Search. Audio Support in Browsers. Designing the Search Interface. Video Support. Organizing Information. Collaboration and Communication. Remote Navigation Elements. CGI Output. Conceptual Design. The Common Gateway Interface. Image as Buttons. configuring and troubleshooting. Fonts. Working with Beans. Integrating Scripts in JSPs. Grouping Content. High-Level Architecture Blueprints.Web Engineering CSE-403 L T P 3 1 1. Cookies. Architectural Page Mockups. Organizing Web sites and Intranets. Image Preliminaries. Linking in HTML. HTML and other media types. Efficiency and Optimization. Image Download Issues. Linking Basics. Positioning with Style sheets. HTML Elements-Core attributes. Images and Anchors. Core Events. Retrieving the contents of a an HTML form. Content Negotiation. Server responses. CGI using PERL Introduction to CGI.
CGI Programming with Perl 2/e. Gunther Birzniek. Young XML Step by step PHI. Scott Guelich. Pardi. converting XML to HTML for displaying . Shishir Gundavaram. Web authouring Desk Reference Techmedia Publication. James Snell. Web Technology. O’ Reilly. 6. Kim daniels stuven mulder jeff kaneshki. and XML . Thomas A Powell HTML The Complete Refference TMH Publication. Rewriting HTML as XML. 4. Ways to use XML. Doug Tidwell. Programming Web Services with SOAP. XML for data Embedding XML into HTML Documents . Aaron weiss . Valid document. SGML . Note : At least one question will be set from each unit Books: 1. . The future of XML. Pavel Kulchenko. 5. Basic XML .XML Relationship between HTML. PHI. Rebeeca Tapli . 2. 3. XML in Action. O’Reilly. Displaying XML using CSS and XSL .
L. Error detection and recovery P Theory: 100 Sessionals: 25 . predictive parsers. implementation of LR parsing tables. operator-precedence parsing. Symbol Tables The contents of a symbol table. the canonical collection of LR(0) items. translation of assignment statements. the structure of a compiler. shift reduce parsing. parse trees and syntax trees. different states in the construction of a compiler. implementation of syntax directed translators. Unit-II Syntax Directed Translation Syntax directed translation schemes. construction of SLR parsing tables. Parsers. Design of lexical analyzer. R. implementation of block structured languages. constructing LALR parsing tables. representing scope information. boolean expressions. storage allocation in FORTRAN. compilers and translators. postfix notation.Compiler Design CSE-401 L T 4 1 Unit-I Introduction and types of assemblers. quadruples and triples. data structures for symbol tables. intermediate code. constructing canonical LR parsing tables. Parsers. linkers. three address code. loaders. Unit-III Run time storage administration Implementation of a simple stack allocation scheme. top down parsing. control statements. storage allocation in block structured languages.
problems in code generation.: Principles of Compiler design. global data flow analysis. D.IV Introduction to code optimization The principal sources of optimization. the DAG representation of basic blocks. peephole optimization. lexical – phase errors. V. : System programming. Code generation Object programs. David Gries: Compiler construction for digital computer. a simple code generator. Donovan J. 4. syntactic phase errors. BOOKS:1. semantic errors.principles and practice. M. code generation from DAGs. Mc Millan India. Unit. Addison Wesley 2. Note:.Error. D. Dhamdhere: Compiler construction. . & Ullman J. a machine model. register allocation and assignment.At least one question will be set from each unit. loop optimization. TMH 3. value number and algebraic laws. Aho A.
Using Bash Shell develop simple shell programs. 8.) CSE – 407 L T P 3 Practical: 50 Sessional: 50 1. 2. taking backups. 7. creation of startup and shutdown scripts using at. 5.Unix and Linux Programming (Pr. Familiarize with vi editor and Linux GUIs. . learn package installation. All OS’s should be usable. creation of scripts for file and user management. Compile and debug various C programs using different options. As supervisor create and maintain user accounts. Learning of installation and upgradation of Linux operating system. 4. Install Linux on a PC having some other previously installed operating system. cron etc. 3. 6. Develop advance shell programs using awk and grep. Familiarize with Unix/Linux logging/logout and simple commands.
the topmost section should contain a page describing the web page itself. Customizing the message text as per your page requirement. Create your own page with your favorite hobbies. 4. 9. The middle section should be 70% of the browser window. Name this frame title. each state /city on the image using image map such that the respective html page of the city/state is displayed when the user selects an area. For example. 5. Create a frameset that is divided into three sections. Name this section as menu. Create a web site for your college. 8. Change the text color to (237. Incorporate a quest book into the dairy food webpage and use Java script to build validations into the form. Name this frame title. Your storyboard should cover all the features that you plan to have on the site. 3 Practical: 50 Sessional: 50 2. Use style sheet to modify the following: . Create a web page which displays the map of your country link. 6. 7. Accordingly update the message count. 3. For the lowermost section. Chalk out the storyboard and design of Dairy Food Limited. Create pages for each section. The frame set should have three zones. 192. The lower most sections should also be about 15% of the browser window. 11. Add the tickertape applet to your page by customizing it for the following settings: Increase the count by one. if the user clicks on Menu one or section 1 then the link should take him to the respective menu html or section and so on. 171) Experiment with changing the scrolling speed. Create a Menu or a Table of content web page.Web Engineering (Pr) CSE – 409 L T P 1. 10. create page that loads the content into the middle section. As the name reflects your site provides dairy products and aims at opening an online store. Each menu item on section of the table of content should load a different web page. The topmost section of the frameset should take up just about 15% of the browser window.
Change font. face and color. . Use Microsoft’s Personal Web Server to set up your web site. Align text. type. Remove underlines from hyperlinks.Change the background to modify the following.
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