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(DIGITAL TECHNIQUES FOR DESIGN AND PLANNING) (Effective from Academic Year 2008-2009)
ACADEMIC REGULATIONS COURSE STRUCTURE SYLLABUS
MAHAVEER MARG, MASAB TANK, HYDERABAD – 500 028
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JAWAHARLAL NEHRU ARCHITECTURE AND FINE ARTS UNIVERSITY Mahaveer Marg, Hyderabad - 500 028. (Approved by the Board of Studies on 18th February 2009) Academic Regulations for B. Tech (Digital Techniques for Design and Planning) (Effective for all the students from the Academic Year 2008-09) 1. Award of the B. Tech. Degree: A student will be declared eligible for the award of the ―B. Tech‖ Degree if he fulfills the following academic regulations: i. ii. He has to pursue a course of study for not less than four academic years and not more than eight academic years. He has registered for and studied all the subjects for a total of 240 credits and secured all the 240 credits. Note: Students, who fail to fulfill all the academic requirements for the award of the degree within eight academic years from the year of their admission, shall forfeit their seat in the course and their seat shall stand cancelled. 2. Distribution and weightage of the marks: i. The performance of the student in each semester shall be evaluated subject -wise with a maximum of 200 marks in Design and Planning Studio and 100 marks in other subjects. The project in the eighth semester shall be evaluated for 300 marks. The distribution of marks for the subjects shall be: For all Theory/Practicals/Studio/ workshop subjects: 50 % for Internal Evaluation and 50 % for End Evaluation. The end evaluation for studio subject shall be viva-voce by a jury comprising of one external examiner and one internal examiner. The evaluation for the subjects Introduction to Communication skills, Seminar subjects shall be 100 % Internal Evaluation. Out of a total of 300 marks for the project work in the eighth semester, 150 marks shall be for Internal Evaluation and 150 marks for the End Evaluation, which shall be by an external jury and viva-voce. The End Evaluation shall be conducted by a board of examiners consisting of the thesis coordinator, Head of the Department (or his/her nominee) and an external examiner. The End Evaluation for Practical Training / internship in the VIII semester is for 200 marks and shall be by external Jury and Viva-voce.
3. Attendance: i. A student has to put in a minimum of 75% of the attendance in aggregate of all the subjects for becoming eligible to register for the end examinations and for acquiring credits in each semester. Condonation of shortage of attendance in aggregate of attendance up to 10% (65% and above and below 75%) in each semester may be granted by the College Academic Committee. A student will not be promoted to the next semester unless he satisfies the attendance requirement of the present semester. Note: a) Shortage of Attendance below 65% in aggregate shall in no case be condoned.
6. 4. A student shall be promoted from III to IV year only if he fulfills the academic requirements of all the subjects of I year in two regular and two supplementary examinations of the I and II semesters held within the two academic years from the admission of the candidate irrespective of whether the candidate takes the exam or not. 7. Withholding of the results: The results of a student are withheld if: i. such re-registration shall be subject to a limit of only two theory subjects or one theory subject and one studio/seminar/practical subject at any given time. d) A stipulated fee shall be payable towards condonation of shortage of attendance. Award of Class: After a student has satisfied the requirements prescribed for the completion of the program and is eligible for the award of the B. A student eligible to appear for the end examination in a subject.(end examination and /or external jury as the case may be). 5.b) Students whose shortage of attendance is not condoned in any semester are not eligible to take their End Examination of that semester and their registration shall stand cancelled. Minimum Academic Requirements: The following academic requirements have to be satisfied in addition to the attendance requirements mentioned in item No. A student shall be deemed to have satisfied the minimum academic requirements in each subject or project if he secures not less than 45% of marks in the End Evaluation and a minimum of 50 % of marks in the sum total of the internal evaluation and End Evaluation taken together. A case of disciplinary action against him is pending disposal. They shall seek re. Degree he shall be placed in one of the following three classes: 4 .admission for that semester when offered next. ii. c) Condonation of shortage of attendance as stipulated in 3(ii) above shall be granted on genuine and valid grounds with supporting evidence. but absent at it or has failed in End Examination may appear for that subject at the supplementary examination. A student who fails to fulfill the minimum academic requirements in any subject and secures less than 50% marks in the internal evaluation may be permitted the option of re-registering in that subject which will enable him to improve/redo and resubmit the work for internal evaluation. Tech. In such cases of re-registration. iii. A stipulated fee shall be payable towards re-registration in any subject. Re. However. ii.3: i.registration of any course should be done with in 15 days from the date of commencement of class work. ii. He has not cleared any dues to the Institution / Hostel. Re-registration: A student shall pass in all the subjects specified in the course structure. the student‘s previous performance both in the internal evaluation and end evaluation in the particular subject/s shall stand cancelled and he shall be required to appear for his end evaluation. Course pattern: i. again. The entire course of study is of four academic years in semester pattern.
the decision of the Vice-Chancellor is final. The University may change or amend the academic regulations or syllabi at any time and the change or amendments made shall be applicable to all the students with effect from the dates notified by the University. In the case of any doubt or ambiguity in the interpretation of the above rules. The academic regulations should be read as a whole for the purpose of any interpretation. 9. ii. "him". "hers". Practical training in the 8th semester shall be for the duration of 12 calendar weeks excluding the Viva voce examination from the date of commencement of actual training. 8.Tech programme successfully within the stipulated time.First Class with Distinction First Class Second Class 70% and above Below 70% but not less than 60% Below 60% but not less than 50% From the aggregate marks secured for 240 credits (The marks in the internal evaluation and end examination shall be shown separately in the marks memorandum). General: Where the words "he". The minimum instruction for each semester shall be 72 days excluding the examination days. A good understanding of the academic regulations and a strict adherence to the proposed schedules will enable the students to complete the B. "his". they include "she". 5 . occur in the regulations. "her". Minimum Instruction Days: i.
Tech (Digital Techniques for Design and Planning) (Effective for all the students from the Academic Year 2008-09) I Semester Code DT 101 DT 102 DT 103 DT 104 DT 105 DT 106 DT 107 Subject Name Basic Design and Drawing C Programming and Data Structures Computer Applications Climatology for Built Environment Introduction to Communication Skills Engineering Mathematics Workshop (IT & Model making) Total Typ e STU PRA PRA TH SE M TH WS Credit s 8 4 4 4 3 4 3 30 Inst.500 028. Hyderabad .JAWAHARLAL NEHRU ARCHITECTURE AND FINE ARTS UNIVERSITY Mahaveer Marg. (Approved by the Board of Studies on 18th February 2009) COURSE STRUCTURE for B.H r 12 4 4 4 4 3 4 35 Marks Interna Externa l l 100 50 50 50 50 100 50 100 50 50 50 50 50 End Exam Vivavoce 3 hours Practical & Vivavoce 3 hours 3 hours Practical & Vivavoce 6 .I Structural Systems Unix and Shell Programming Applied Physics Mathematical Methods Quantitative Methods Advanced Data Structures and Algorithms Total STU TH PRA TH TH SE M PRA Credit s 8 4 3 4 4 3 4 30 Inst.H r 12 4 4 4 3 4 4 35 Marks Interna Externa l l 100 50 50 50 100 50 50 100 50 50 50 50 50 End Exam Vivavoce Practical & Vivavoce Practical & Vivavoce 3 hours 3 hours Practical & Vivavoce II Semester Code DT 201 DT 202 DT 203 DT 204 DT 205 DT 206 DT 207 Subject Name Architectural Design.
III Semester Code DT 301 DT 302 DT 303 DT 304 DT 305 DT 306 DT 307 Subject Name Architectural Design- II Materials & Construction Planning Principles Object Oriented Programming Mathematical foundations of Computer Science Computer Aided Drafting and Design Computer Graphics Total STU TH TH WS TH PRA PRA Credit s 8 4 3 3 4 4 4 30 Inst.H r 12 4 3 4 4 4 4 35 Marks Interna Externa l l 100 50 50 50 50 50 50 100 50 50 50 50 50 50 End Exam Vivavoce 3 hours 3 hours Practical & Vivavoce 3 hours Practical & Vivavoce Practical & Vivavoce
IV Semester Code DT 401 DT 402 DT 403 DT 404 DT 405 DT 406 DT 407 Subject Name Digital Methods in Design Geographical Information Systems- I 3D Modeling 2D Animation Multimedia and Production Techniques Object Oriented Analysis and Design Building Services Total STU PRA PRA WS PRA TH TH Credit s 8 4 4 4 3 3 4 30 Inst.H r 12 4 4 4 3 4 4 35 Marks Interna Externa l l 100 50 50 50 50 50 50 100 50 50 50 50 50 50 End Exam Vivavoce Practical & Vivavoce Practical & Vivavoce Practical & Vivavoce Practical & Vivavoce 3 hours 3 hours
V Semester Code DT 501 DT 502 DT 503 DT 504 DT 505 DT 506 DT 507 Subject Name Digital Methods in Planning Digital Gaming Image Processing Web Technologies Building Management Systems Building Information Modeling Introduction to Simulation and Modeling Total STU WS TH SE M TH PRA PRA Credit s 8 4 4 3 3 4 4 30 Inst.H r 12 4 4 3 4 4 4 35 Marks Interna Externa l l 100 50 50 100 50 50 50 100 50 50 50 50 50 End Exam Vivavoce Practical & Vivavoce 3 hours 3 hours Practical & Vivavoce Practical & Vivavoce
VI Semester Code DT 601 DT 602 DT 603 DT 604 DT 605 DT 606 DT 607 Subject Name Digital Techniques Studio- I (2D Animation) Database Management Systems Artificial Intelligence Cyber Laws Energy Simulation in Building Design Environmental Studies Management Science Total STU PRA TH TH WS TH SE M Credit s 8 4 4 3 4 4 3 30 Inst.H r 12 4 4 4 4 4 3 35 Marks Interna Externa l l 100 50 50 50 50 50 100 100 50 50 50 50 50 End Exam Vivavoce Practical & Vivavoce 3 hours 3 hours Practical & Vivavoce 3 hours -
H r 30 5 35 End Exam Practical & Vivavoce Vivavoce - Code STU TH PRA WS SEM Schedule of Student – Teacher Ratio Subject Type Teacher .Student ratio Studio Theory Practical Workshop Seminar 1 teacher for every 15 students 1 teacher for class 1 teacher for every 25 students 1 teacher for every 15 students 1 teacher for class 10 .II (3D Animation) Professional Practice Concepts of Interactive and Virtual Worlds Project Management Project Studies Elective Geographical Information System.II Total STU TH WS TH SE M TH PRA Credit s 8 4 4 3 3 4 4 30 Inst.VII Semester Code DT 701 DT 702 DT 703 DT 704 DT 705 DT 706 DT 707 Subject Name Digital Techniques Studio.H r 12 4 4 4 3 4 4 35 Marks Interna Externa l l 150 100 200 150 Marks Interna Externa l l 100 50 50 50 100 50 50 100 50 50 50 50 50 End Exam Vivavoce 3 hours Practical & Vivavoce 3 hours 3 hours Practical & Vivavoce VIII Semester Code DT 801 DT 802 DT 803 Subject Name Internship Project Seminar/Paper (Philosophy) Total WS STU SE M Credit s 10 15 5 30 Inst.
Study of ornament in architectural design. Colour theory. Assignment: prepare a colour wheel. and composition based on colour theory. Transformations of 2-D to 3-D. rule of thirds. contrast. Study and evaluation of artifacts and historic examples and their applicability. tertiary colors. color wheel. Fundamental elements of design in 2-D and their definitions. space. Assignment: to document artifacts historical sites and to understand them with respect to the surround environment. Int: 100. rhythm. shape. line. creating repetitive patterns Assignment: to compose patterns by incorporating the principles of design. Assignment: to compose patterns using grids and to incorporate the principles. to incorporate them of the design aspects to present day 11 . Concepts of geometry – introduction to different 3-D forms and primitive forms. (DIGITAL TECHNIQUES FOR DESIGN AND PLANNING) (Proposed Syllabus Effective from Academic Year 2008-2009) I SEMESTER DT 101 BASIC DESIGN AND DRAWING L/s: 12/Wk.JAWAHARLAL NEHRU ARCHITECTURE AND FINE ARTS UNIVERSITY MAHAVEER MARG. Expected Skills / Knowledge Transferred: The Course prepares ground for the students to gain an understanding into the fundamental issues in building design and develop the skill to create appropriate solutions for simple problems. HYDERABAD – 500 028 B. point. colour and material. etc. Basic Design and Architectural Drawing and Graphics Basic Design Course Overview: Basic Design provides the framework for understanding design as a new language by sensitizing students to the conceptual. color value and intensity. symmetry proportion. form. Different types of ornamentation in buildings. primary. Exercises complement the lectures and ensure that the students learn to develop a series of compositions in two and three dimension. hierarchy. Introduction to the principles of design in 2-D and 3-D -unity. Objectives of the Course: To impart an understanding of design process and provide knowledge of the principles of design and design elements. shape and understand the behavior when combined. symmetrical/asymmetrical. harmony. texture. focus. Principles of composition-using grids.TECH. End Exam: Viva-voce Cr: 8 The course contains two parts viz. balance. secondary. End Exam: 100. scale. color schemes. Theoretical inputs to be followed by exercises to develop the ability to translate abstract principles into compositions in 2D and 3D. use of grids. visual and perceptual issues involved in the design process. Assignment: to sketch the basic geometric forms and to analyze them based on transformation of simple to complex forms. Course Contents: Introduction to design – definitions and meaning of design. Total: 200. importance of design. center of interest etc. value. Examples of design from nature.
New York. New York. Van Nostrand Reinhold. Reference books: Ching. Drawing: Drawing sheet sizes. tracing in pencil. fixing. and planes leading to simple and complex solid geometrical forms.. composition. New York. borders. Chapman and Hall. terminology and abbreviations used in architectural presentation. and Order. Use of geometry in buildings. Measured and Drawing to Scale: Scales and construction of scales. Course Contents: Introduction: Fundamentals of drawing and its practice. Wong. Francis D. Design and Form: The basic course at the Bauhaus. accessories etc. Note: In end-exam. in plan. 1999. Van Nostrand Reinhold 1972. etc. Basic anthropometrics-average measurements of human body in different postures-its proportion and graphic representation. Itten. ink. noted for aesthetic delight. Ikuyoshi and Takahashi. 3rd ed. familiarization. Drawing for 3-Dimensional Design. the students have to present the entire semester‘s work for assessment. scale drawing. Inc. which is a viva-voce. Krier. E. watchman's cabin. Academy Editions. traffic police kiosk. isometric. Principles of two Dimensional Design. Basic human functions and their implications for spatial planning. Pierre Von. Alan. Rob. doors and windows etc. point and line. Yumi. milk booth. Hanks. elevation and section. Pipes. flower stall. lines. line weights. Simple exercises in drafting. 1983. London 1997. 2nd ed. furniture. conventional architectural representations in drawings and graphics. Reduction and enlargement of drawings Building Geometry: Study of points. 1988. Smithies. application in the design of simple household and street furniture. A. use and handling. Thames and Hudson Ltd.. title panels. Meiss. straight and curvilinear lines dimensioning. 1977. Architectural Composition. Wallach. Hepler. use of tracing cloth. 1996. materials. Space. Architectural Symbols: Representation of building elements. openings. Shibikawa. London. analysis of solid and void relations.. Architecture: Form. ATM Center. Dover Publications. line types. I. simple objects. Wucius. McGrawHill Book Company. Architectural Drawing and Graphics Course Overview: The course introduces the fundamental techniques of architectural drawing and develops the appropriate skills for visualization and representation. Designers Guide to Colour. David. Objectives of the Course: To introduce architectural drawing techniques and to facilitate effective visual communication Expected Skills / Knowledge Transferred: Freehand. axonometric and 12 . London 1990. 1992. Paul. rooms.K.. Role of mannequins in defining spatial parameter of design.W. Decorative Designs of Frank Lloyd Wright. Integration of form and function in the design of bus shelter. Principles of Design in Architecture. lettering.context or usage. E and FN Spon. Donald. London. Johannes. introduction to drawing equipment. Thames and Hudson Ltd. Visual analysis of built forms. Architecture Drafting and Design. K. Elements of Architecture: From form to place.
. storing elements. statements and blocks. 1986. conditional operator. End Exam: 50. street furniture etc. 1959. Charotar Pub. Anand. applications of arrays. static. Van Nostrand Reinhold. I. hedges. block structure. M. Functions. arrays of structures. continue. parameter passing.G. Gill. 2000. initialization of pointer variables.II Designing structured programs. and Patki.III Arrays. c program examples.. S. P.. The studio work should be supplemented with appropriate site visits. their integration to presentation drawings. Free Hand Drawings /Sketching: Simple exercises in object drawing. foliage.I Algorithm / pseudo code. Norman. increment and decrement operators. precedence and order of evaluation. Dewan Suhil Kumar Kataria. Exercises on Ionic volute. break. 1983. conditional expressions.Y. basics.M. 7th ed. C. John. definition. Indianapolis. identifiers. command line arguments. DT 102 C PROGRAMMING AND DATA STRUCTURES L/s: 4/Wk.concepts. Shah. if and switch statements. T.B. UNIT . scope rules.structures. vehicles. D. structure of C program. T. assignment operators. Constants. Geometrical Drawing for Art Students.IV Derived types. Ludhiana.S. structures and functions. goto and labels. relational and logical operators. header files. nested structures. user defined functions. bit-wise operators. Kale. 13 . expressions.declaration. E. loops. New York: MC Graw Hill. Bhatt. Nichols. French.B. Nelson. N.H. Graphic Science and Design. Int: 50. and Keep. 3rd ed. Geometry of Construction. New York.M. pointers and multidimensional arrays. storage classesextern. accessing elements. Engineering Drawing: Plane and Solid Geometry.. A. type conversions. Building Drawing: with an integrated approach to built environment. of Architectural and Civil Drafting. UNIT . UNIT . recursive functions. light and shade of simple. C preprocessor. pointers and function arguments. example c programs. John. Total: 100. variables. human figures in different postures.. programming examples. working with models to facilitate visualization. A Simple C program. program development steps. Architectural Drafting: Structure and Environment. Bies. flowchart. Reference books: Moris. End Exam: Practical & Viva-voce Cr: 4 UNIT . 3rd ed. Outdoor sketching of simple building forms. Note: This is a studio subject and students should be made to prepare drawings as studio exercises along with the theoretical inputs. natural and geometric forms. address arithmetic. pointers to pointers. auto. definition and initialization of structures. Entasis of column etc. 2000.B. of Geometrical Drawing. pointers. Input-output statements.concepts. Bobbs – Merrill Educational Pub. arithmetic.. Delhi. two-dimensional and multi-dimensional arrays. Character pointers and functions. Tata McGraw Hill Pub.D.while. 42nd ed. basic data types and sizes. register. H. arrays and functions.oblique views. and Panchal V. dynamic memory managements functions. London. accessing structures. Thoms. declaration. do-while and for statements. Architectural representation of trees. Cleaver – Hume Press Ltd. standard library functions..
types of languages – Operating systems (windows. End Exam: Practical & Viva-voce Cr: 4 Course Overview: UNIT I Introduction Introduction and history of computer. Insertion sort.VI Searching – Linear and binary search methods. error handling. setting of options. selection sort. Kochan.Binary tress.V Input and output – concept of a file. traversals. Int: 50. doubly linked lists. sorting – Bubble sort. borders and shading. order of operations. file I/o operations.A. The C Programming Language. inserting chart. A structured programming approach using C. pictures. dreamtech Press 4. Third edition. navigating while in slideshow. B.Tanenbaum. and M. Thomson. taking print outs. singly linked lists. different Power Point views. formatting text. Linux). Dennis M. Harrow. pack up a presentation for use on another computer. REFERENCES: 1.J. hyper linking to various other media/ application outputs. merge sort. Padmanabham. End Exam: 50. C Programming with problem solving. Augenstein. postfix expression evaluation. Kernighan.F. taking print outs. management of file size. Programming in C – Stephen G. representation. creating a new document. III Edition.S. software & hardware concepts . slide manipulation. B. Publications. PHI/Pearson Education 3. creating formulae. Computer science.W. view slide show. C program examples. UNIT . representation. slide animation. page numbers and date/time. bitfields. UNIT--III Multi-media Presentations Introduction to multi-media presentation (like MS Power Point). UNIT – VII Introduction to data structures. opening an existing presentation. toolbar.Ritchie. Formatted I/o. graph traversals (dfs & bfs) TEXT BOOKS: 1. scanning of different media in different formats. UNIT . terminology. standard I/o. streams. typedef.S. DT 103 COMPUTERS APPLICATIONS L/s:4/Wk.terminology. C& Data structures – P.pointers to structures. Pearson Eductaion. 14 . circular list. Forouzan and R.VIII Trees. UNIT II Spread Sheets Introduction to spread sheets (like MS Excel). J.bits. DataStructures Using C – A. Gilberg. Jones & K. Langsam. self referential structures. 2. C program examples. Y. 2. Total: 100. DOS. integrating partial scans of large documents. B. creating a presentation. taking print outs. text files and binary files. UNIT . bytes . spelling and grammar checking. PHI/Pearson education. infix to post fix conversion. slide transitions. resolution settings. unions. representing stacks and queues in C using arrays and linked lists. Introduction to Word Processing Package (like MS office). creating a blank presentation. inserting tables.A. graphs. Quick sort.
standards and tools for planning and designing for climatic comfort 15 . Objectives of the Course: To equip the student with the basic understanding of climatic types in India. primary keys. entering data. VB. data. channels. color theory. Fundamental Photoshop: A Complete Introduction by Adele Droblas-Greenberg. DT 104 CLIMATOLOGY FOR BUILT ENVIRONMENT L/s: 4/Wk. outlines. Hyper Text Markup Language. resolution and image size. Introduction to Flash Expected Outputs & Assignment The internal assessment to be carried out through practicals and periodic tests on the mentioned topics. total text control. Microsoft Office for Windows –Sagman India Addison Wesley. References: Microsoft Office 2000. standards.Leon Hard Woody. stepping back in time. Total: 100. create a table from scratch in design view. more advanced adjustment commands. image modes.what they are and how they work.what they are & how they work. image depth. options & preferences revisited. to introduce them to the basic science of building design and site planning for thermal comfort. particularly to tropical climates as found in India. switching views. Relationships . advanced table feature examples. End Exam: 3hours. familiarize them with the data. sharpening images. End Exam: 50. graphics terminology. Prentice hall of India. image sources. The internal assessment to be in the form of term papers and practicals on above mentioned topics. starting your page right.how to link multiple tables together. and the impact on requirements of building design and site planning. reports . Int: 50. daylighting and natural ventilation. creating new and opening existing databases. New Delhi.what they are and how they work. forms . manipulating data. creating report & mail merge labels using a wizard. working with layers. preferences. printing photo edited documents. cropping an image. 2003). file format categories. methods and principles) of building design and site planning as related to climate. creating a database without using a wizard. selections.UNIT IV Exploring Microsoft Access Introduction. UNIT VI Internet concepts Introduction to Internet. file browser. basic image correction. straightening an image. up sampling and down sampling. principles. color management tools.December 1. UNIT V Graphical Concepts-I Photo editing and Desktop publishing (application) software Introduction. UNIT VII Graphical concepts-II Photo editing and Desktop publishing (application) software Import and export of photo edited files. choosing foreground and background colors. fills. use ram efficiently. painting in photo editing software. filling with color. 1999. Cr: 4 Course Overview: Science (tools. Objects in photo editing. workspace. methods. creating a form using a wizard. basic toolbox of photo editing software (like CorelDraw). Adobe Photoshop CS Classroom in a Book (Classroom in a Book) by Adobe Creative Team (Paperback . creating a database using a wizard. introduction to basic features and uses of Java. tables . software & system requirements.
classification of tropical climates. performance of different materials. building form and heat gain. Unit – III Thermal Comfort: Thermal comfort factors..Expected Skills / Knowledge Transferred: The student should be able to ‗predict‘ climatic conditions in a given building (simple residence) and undertake redesign for given parameters Course Contents: Note: The topics here to be dealt with keeping in mind Indian climatic conditions. and Others. O. elements of climate.. Mahoneys Tables. macro and micro climate. Unit – V Sun and the Design process: Solar geometry. Unit – IV Heat flow through Buildings: Basic principles of heat transfer through buildings. basic principles of daylighting.A. comfort range. New Delhi. Solar Control and Shading Devices. design of shading devices. orientation for sun. Tata McGraw-Hill Pub.P.N. desiccant cooling. Olgyay and Olgyay. Pitman Pub. Global Climatic factors. Reference books: Koenigsberger. T. comfort charts. Periodic heat flow. Orientation for wind. NBC and BIS guidelines / standards have to be introduced at all relevant contexts. Induced ventilation Unit – VII Passive Cooling: Passive methods of Cooling. 2003. evaporative Cooling. Ltd. Sun angles and shadow angles. and Morris. sun control. sunlight and glare Unit – VI Natural Ventilation: Air movement around and through buildings. Physiological aspects. Tropical Architecture. Orient Longman. 16 . Markus. Design for Hot Climates. Chennai. Ltd.H. composite and upland climates. graphic representation of climatic data. Manual of Tropical Housing and Building. E. C. Co. characteristics of different climatic zones. 1978. hot-dry. Unit – I Introduction to Building Climatology: Climate and built form interaction. Design considerations for warm-humid. Body heat balance. Buildings. Allan. Site Planning (including landscaping) and building planning and design considering climate factors Detailed appraisal/analysis of climatological performance of an existing residence and or a workplace. followed by redesigning or the same to improve climatological performance. stack effect. Konya. roof pond. London. challenge of rapid. and earth sheltered buildings etc. Kukreja. Climate and Energy. extreme environmental change Unit – II Tropical Climates: Definition. 1980. Solar charts.
difference between technical. listening for accent. Total: 100. Style and format for the presentation of the seminar papers. etc. listening for main idea and specific information. Format and elements of reports.Cr: 3 Course Overview: UNIT I Introduction Orientation for improving the skills of grammar. chapterization bibliography. formal and informal communication. UNIT III Formal Letters & Specifications Business and official letters. punctuation. exercises in writing comprehensions and group discussions on any relevant topics. End Exam: -. Int: 100. styles and format. UNIT II Written Skills Types & classification of reports. Internal assessment to be in the form of book reviews. using the overhead projector. legal and other types of communication. and vocabulary in English focused primarily on developing communication and presentation skills. rhythm and intonation. and dissertations. agendas and minutes of meeting official records.DT 105 INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION SKILLS L/s: 3/Wk. scientific. importance of voice and body language. knowledge of indexing and available reference material. Expected Outputs & Assignment Each student shall present a written paper and a seminar at the end of the semester for final assessment on a topic to be finalized in consultation with the concerned faculty. contents. pronunciation. structuring of preamble. Kiranmai: Course in Listening and Speaking Skills Part I. References: Geetha Rajivan. UNIT V Spoken English Neutralization of accent. Lorven: Enrich your Communication in English 17 . technical reports. requests for specifications and other types of business enquirer. End Exam: --. appendices and references. conduct of meetings responsibilities of the chairman and secretaries. UNIT VI Listening Comprehension Role of listening in communication. UNIT IV Literature Survey Use of libraries. footnotes. UNIT VII Use of Multimedia in Communication Computer adaptive presentations slide shows. Foundation Books Pvt Ltd.
Laplacian and second order operators UNIT – VIII Vector Integration . V. Krishna Gandhi and Others.DT 106 ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS L/s: 4/Wk. S. 2. Verification of Green‘s . UNIT – V Applications of integration to lengths.Maxima and Minima of functions of two variables with constraints and without constraints UNIT – IV Radius. A text Book of Engineering Mathematics.surface and volume integrals Vector integral theorems: Green‘s theorem-Stoke‘s and Gauss‘s Divergence Theorem (With out proof). cos ax. Text Books: 1. A text Book of Engineering Mathematics. 3. Tata Mc Graw Hill. Wiley India Pvt.double and triple integrals – change of variables – change of order of integration. 3. A text Book of Engineering Mathematics. polynomials in x. method of variation of parameters. V.Divergence. e ax V(x). Nageshwara Rao. P.Curl and their related properties of sumsproducts. Raman. V. End Exam: 3hours.Stoke‘s and Gauss‘s Theorems. Total: 100. volumes and surface areas in Cartesian and polar coordinates multiple integrals . Int: 50. 4.Jacobian. Book Links. polar and Parametric curves. Right Publishers. Prabhakar Rao. Irvin Kreyszig. Centre and Circle of Curvature – Evolutes and Envelopes Curve tracing – Cartesian.Line integral – work done – Potential function – area. Cr: 4 UNIT – I Differential equations of first order and first degree – exact. G. Iyengar. Thamson Book Collection. References: 1. Chand & Company. Y. Narasimhulu & N. Shahnaz Bathul. Applications to Newton‘s Law of cooling. Deepthi Publications. linear and Bernoulli. K. Vol-1 T. A text Book of Engineering Mathematics. C. S. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. orthogonal trajectories. B. B. UNIT – VI Sequences – series – Convergences and divergence – Ratio test – Comparison test – Integral test – Cauchy‘s root test – Raabe‘s test – Absolute and conditional convergence UNIT – VII Vector Calculus: Gradient. A text Book of Engineering Mathematics. 2. End Exam: 50. Ltd. Sin ax. Law of natural growth and decay. UNIT – II Non-homogeneous linear differential equations of second and higher order with constant coefficients with RHS term of the type e xV(x). 18 . A text Book of Engineering Mathematics. Sankaraiah. ax . UNIT – III Rolle‘s Theorem – Lagrange‘s Mean Value Theorem – Cauchy‘s mean value Theorem – Generalized Mean Value theorem (all theorems without proof) Functions of several variables – Functional dependence.
Web pages using a text editor. Installing & uninstalling various packages (RPM. metals. memory. 19 . 7. introduction to various commands and tool boxes. Office Productivity Tools overview of office automation suits like Microsoft Office and Open Office/Star office 8. Creating Web Content overview of HTML tags. Digital models. Word Processing and Spreadsheets Document editing. best practices involved in operating the tools and the techniques. Unit – III Survey of various materials available for model making such as papers. boards. command line interface. I. general practices. End Exam: 50. partition). conventions followed. role of scale-models in design. Unix utilities & regular expression. Expected Skills / Knowledge Transferred: Dexterity. Linux. using a WYSIWYG editor Model Making Course Overview: The course provides the foundation and capability to represent the concepts three dimensionally. Computer Hardware Basics 4. i/o devices. formatting. Closed Source Software? 11. 1. DOS. Basic commands 5. Introduction to Personal computers PC configuration. Online vs. Configuring. Knowledge of materials and their properties. Unix shell Overview of Unix shell programming. Mac 3. films. MS Excel) 9. printing. Total: 100. storage devices. craft skills. Networks (LAN environment) and Servers introduction. tar. etc. Familiarization with key board. working with tables. using typing tutor 2. Int: 50. End Exam: Practical & Viva-voce Cr: 3 Course Overview: The main objective of this course is to enhance learning through practical exercise sessions. acrylic. Open Source vs. Offline 6. drawing objects (use of MS Word. make. processor.).DT 107 WORKSHOP (IT & MODEL MAKING) L/s: 4/Wk. wood. Styrofoam. Installing an OS Underlying m/c concepts (Ex. visualization skills. Introduction to OS Overview. Frames. and exploring their potential in model-making. plastics. plaster of paris. Forms. printing. Windows. templates. glass etc. Unit – II Essentials of model-making: understanding of various tools and machines employed. measuring aids. managing accounts. 12. programming using MATLAB /OCTAVE 10. Objectives of the Course: To introduce various fabrication skills and techniques necessary to produce scalemodels and to encourage preparation of models as an essential phase in design development and evaluation. Course Contents: Unit – I Introduction to model-making: Need. Internet basics Introduction to WorldWideWeb. wax. Symbolic Mathematics-Overview.T. Unit – IV Techniques of Scale-modeling: Use of different scales. UNIX.
mock-ups.Unit – V Techniques for preparation of presentation models. bricks. corrugated sheets. roofing tiles. glass. upholsteries etc. 20 . steel. simulation of various materials and textures such as wood. aluminum. flooring.
brush. Study of shade and shadows of simple geometrical solids of various forms and groups of forms. Bank extension counter.Necessary theoretical inputs to be given highlighting the norms and design issues. shadows on horizontal. building height etc. Doctor‘s Clinic. Village Post Office. Departmental Store. Unit – III Perspective: Characteristics of perspective drawings: perspectives of simple geometric solids and spaces and complex geometries. Relative changes in building shades and shadows with sun angle. small Cafeteria. Int: 100.II SEMESTER DT 201 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN -I L/s: 12/Wk. recording and basic representation techniques in different media through drawing pencil. two point or angular perspective. Unit – II Advanced Sciagraphy: Shade and shadow techniques leading to advanced practical examples: shades and shadows on buildings or parts of buildings. The list of suggested topics to be covered as design problems: Balwadi. End Exam: 100. Unit – IV Introduction to Rendering: Introduction to surfaces and media. Advanced examples in one point or parallel perspective. Police Station. vertical planes and on their own surfaces. introduction to three point perspective. Expected Skills / Knowledge Transferred: use of standards. Course Contents: Unit – I Introduction to Sciagraphy: Simple and composite forms. time. School Gymkhana and Youth Club etc. The topics not covered as design problems will have to be covered by the Studio faculty members through lecture/slide show sessions and site visits. crayons etc DT 202 STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS 21 . End Exam: Viva-voce Cr: 8 Course Overview: This course is intended to provide skills for designing a single use. • Anthropometry and furniture layout • Horizontal circulation • Interior volumes and space articulation through different materials. Kindergarten School. observation. Objectives of the Course: To develop abilities in design in the context of user requirements. handling of space and application of knowledge gained from other subjects in design. • Formulations of concept. Course Contents: The design issues to be addressed: • Various functions and their spatial implications. Architect‘s Office. Primary Health Centre. Highway Restaurant. • Integration of form and function. pen. small span and single-storey buildings. charcoal. Total: 200.
UNIT II Fundamentals of Structures Introduction to basic structural systems. ramps and elevators. walls. concrete and steel. kerbs. rigid frames. medians/ traffic islands. composites. types of paints and varnishes. Basic fundamentals in force systems. temperature variation and resultant stresses. BM and SF diagrams. bridges. stone. columns. relation between bending moment and shear force. Int: 50. cantilever and overhanging beams for various loads. their functions & behavior. distribution of loads through the elements of the system. References: Rowland J. Arches. seismic forces. beams. pipes. S. P. UNIT III Fundamentals of Forces Primary and secondary forces acting on structures . wind. Bindra. lampposts. UNIT IV Materials and finishes Structural properties of basic materials like masonry. culverts. Expected Outputs & Assignment Students to make documentation of different built elements and their aspects mentioned above. live load. timber. foundations. basements and cellars. End Exam: 3hours. structural and architectural elements. overview of different functional. N. slabs. elements of structure. paving.L/s: 4/Wk. large span. bricks. failure of columns. steel. Arora: Building Construction B. simply supported. distribution poles. Theory of simple bending. Total: 100.C. shall be made along with short notes on the same. effect of simple geometric forms on the overall structural behavior. sand and aggregates. Punmia: Strength of Materials vol – I 22 . Columns and struts. truss etc. P.roads. Mainstone: Development of Structural Form Rangwala: Engineering Materials S. End Exam: 50. and K. claddings. drainage channels. cantilevers. stresses and strains. Structural/ study models of different structures such as arches. finishes. street furniture.structural and functional typologies such as high-rise. cement. timber. plastics. Moment of inertia and section modulus for various structural shapes. trusses. uses. advantages and disadvantages. basic construction methods and general specifications. Scope of the subject is limited only to understanding/ appreciating applications of above concepts/ principles in: Infrastructure .dead loads. Cr: 4 UNIT I Introduction to built elements Study of built elements in settlements with respect to materials used. General types & classifications of buildings. relation between E. linear and curved elements. Buildings. bearing wall systems.
Concatenating files. String Functions. closedir. String Functions. security by file permissions. Job Control. gzip. Debugging Scripts. Two Special Files. echo. Using System commands in awk. ps. printf. unmask. script. tar. Sed: Scripts. Repetition. Scripts. Operations. Startup Scripts. Unit VI: Interactive Korn Shell: Korn Shell Features. lp. Input. Redirection. Command Execution Process. Startup and Shutdown Scripts. lstat. eval Command. C Shell Programming: Basic Script concepts. Unix Commands – PATH. uniq. mv. Decisions: Making Selections. uname. link. Total: 100. tee. detailed commands to be covered are tail. telnet. find. fstat. ftp. umask. du. od. ulimit. System Calls for File Management – create.Text processing utilities and backup utilities . rmdir. join. rm. Expressions. cut. stty. ls. commands.Architecture of Unix. vi editor. Comparing Files. unlink. passwd. Script Examples. Input. awk. cp. file handling utilities. umount. Sorting. Associative Arrays. Options. Variables. Argument Validation. Shell/Environment Customization. Exit Status of a Command. more. Translating Characters. special Parameters and Variables. special Parameters and Variables. date. Options. awk and grep. Cut and Paste. Pipes. man. Fields and Records. unlink. cat. Repetition. head . Two Special Files. Exit Status of a Command. Files with Duplicate Lines. readdir. eval Command. Searching for File Content. Words or Lines. Variables. Environmental Variables. finger. Debugging Scripts. Aliases. Decisions: Making Selections. tr. symlink. Unit II: Unix Utilities:. Predefined Variables. Quotes. open. Expressions. Features of Unix . Standard Streams. mkdir. User – Defined Functions. networking commands. mount. who. pg. stat. Unit V: awk: Execution. read. Count characters. Output. lseek. Patterns. paste. chmod. grep. Script Examples. End Exam: Practical & Viva-voce Cr: 3 Unit I: Introduction to Unix:. Command Execution Scripts. rlogin. Tee Command. Command History. pwd. Addresses.DT 203 UNIX AND SHELL PROGRAMMING L/s: 4/Wk. chown. Applications. Unit VIII: File Management: File Structures. Variables. changing Positional Parameters. diff. df. mkdir. Command History. sort. cd. arp. Korn Shell Programming : Basic Script concepts. Unit VII: Interactive C Shell: C shell features. grep and sed. Environmental Variables. On-Off Variables. Unit IV: Grep: Operation. wc. Operation. grep Family. Command Substitution. disk utilities. close. 23 . Directory API – opendir. egrep. Command Execution.Introduction to unix file system. fgrep. Command-Line Editing. write. Output. End Exam: 50. Argument Validation. Int: 50. sed and awk. rmdir. cpio Unit III: Introduction to Shells: Unix Session. comm. process utilities. Applications. changing Positional Parameters. Actions. Mathematical Functions. cmp. Display Beginning and End of files. w. nl. Filters: Filters and Pipes.
Internal fields in solids – Clausius . TMH. Your Unix the ultimate guide.TEXT BOOKS: 1. Rosinski.Bragg‘s law .Physical significance of the wave function . semi conductors & insulators . BAND THEORY OF SOLIDS: Bloch theorem .Origin of energy band formation in solids – Classification of materials into conductors.Thomson 2. End Exam: 50.Fermi-Dirac distribution (analytical) and its dependence on temparature – Fermi energy – Electron scattering and resistance.Diffraction of X-rays by crystal planes .Separation between successive [h k l] planes . REFERENCES: 1. MAGNETIC PROPERTIES : Permeability .Electronic.Structure and packing fractions of Simple cubic . Pearson Education. / Pearson Education 3. Thomson experiment – Heisenberg uncertainty principle .Dielectric constant . DT 204 APPLIED PHYSICS L/s: 4/Wk. Klee.Kronig-Penney model (qualitative treatment) . End Exam: 3Hours. P.Directions and planes in crystals – Miller indices .Schrödinger‘s time independent wave equation .Quantum free electron theory .Mossotti equation – Dielectrics in alternating fields – Frequency dependence of the polarizability . 3rd edition. Sumitabha Das. ionic and orientational polarizations .Concept of effective mass of an electron.Magnetization .Lattice parameter . King Ables.Origin of magnetic moment – Classification of magnetic materials . TMH. Forouzan.Bravais lattices – Crystal systems . Unix and shell Programming Behrouz A. UNIT II PRINCIPLES OF QUANTUM MECHANICS: Waves and particles .Ferro and Piezo electricity.Davisson and Germer experiment – G. Graham Glass.Dia.Planck‘s quantum theory – de Broglie hypothesis – Matter waves . CRYSTAL STRUCTURES AND X-RAY DIFFRACTION: Introduction -Space lattice Basis . Total: 100.Extrinsic semiconductor and carrier concentration . Richard F.Types of bonding in solids .Body centered cubic – Face centered cubic crystals . The Complete Reference Unix. Int: 50. UNIT V SEMICONDUCTORS : Introduction . Unix for programmers and users. 2.Estimation of cohesive energy – Madelung constant. Gilberg. Cr: 4 UNIT I BONDING IN SOLIDS : Introduction .Intrinsic semiconductor and carrier concentration – Equation for conductivity .Particle in one dimensional potential box. Host. para and ferro magnetism . Unix programming environment. UNIT III ELECTRON THEORY OF METALS: Classical free electron theory . UNIT IV DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES: Introduction .Drift 24 . PHI.Mean free path Relaxation time and drift velocity .Laue method .Powder method. Kernighan and Pike. Rosen. Second Edition. 2nd Edition. Farber.Unit cell .Hysteresis curve Soft and hard magnetic materials.
Chand & Company Ltd. Materials Science by M. Solid State Physics by N. M.Population inversion . Quadratic 25 . Bandyopadhyay. End Exam: 3Hours.Penetration depth . Total: 100.Mittal. Int: 50.Ruby laser Helium-Neon Laser – CO2 laser -Semiconductor Laser – Applications of lasers. 2. 3. New Age International Publishers. skew . eigen vectors – properties – Cayley-Hamilton Theorem .Einstein‘s coefficients . Nanotechnology by Mark Ratner and Daniel Ratner.K. V. Tata McGraw Hill. 2. Ltd. David Merwin.Inverse and powers of a matrix by Cayley-Hamilton theorem – Diagonolization of matrix.Einstein‘s equation . Arumugam. UNIT VIII SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY OF NANOMATERIALS: Introduction to Nano materials Basic principles of Nanoscience & Technology – Fabrication of nano materials – Physical & chemical properties of nanomaterials – Carbon nanotubes – Applications of nanotechnology. Ashcroft & N. Linear Transformation – Orthogonal Transformation.Numerical aperture – Types of optical fibers and refractive index profiles – Attenuation in optical fibers .K. Pearson Education. Introduction to Solid State Physics by C. Wiley Eastern Ltd.symmetric. UNIT – III Real matrices – Symmetric. Chandra Shekar. Complex matrices: Hermitian. Scitech Publications (India) Pvt.S. Skew-Hermitian and Unitary – Eigen values and eigen vectors of complex matrices and their properties. DT 205 MATHEMATICAL METHODS L/s: 4/Wk.S. UNIT VI LASERS: Introduction . S. Nano Materials by A. Applied Physics 2nd edition by Dr. Calculation of powers of matrix – Modal and spectral matrices. 8. 5.Hall effect – Direct & indirect band gap semiconductors. I. REFERENCES: 1.W. Sreekanth. Vijay Kumar & T. End Exam: 50. Materials Science and Engineering by V. Rangarajan. Normal form – Solution of Linear Systems – Direct Methods.Spontaneous and stimulated emission of radiation .and diffusion .Characteristics of Lasers . 7. Materials Science by M.Application of optical fibers – Basic principles of holography – Construction and reconstruction of image on hologram – Applications of holography. Prentice-Hall India. Palanisamy. SUPERCONDUCTIVITY: General properties .Flux quantization – DC and AC Josephson effect –BCS Theory .K. UNIT VII FIBER OPTICS AND HOLOGRAPHY: Introduction .Meissner effect . P.LU Decomposition. International. Applied Physics by P.LU Decomposition from Gauss Elimination –Solution of Tridiagonal Systems-Solution of Linear Systems UNIT – II Eigen values.Type I and Type II superconductors . TEXTBOOKS: 1. Applied Physics by K. orthogonal. Thomson Learning.Principle of optical fiber Acceptance angle and acceptance cone .Vijaya & G. Anuradha Agencies. 6. Raghavan.Applications of superconductors. Book links.K. Solid State Physics by P. 3. Kittel .G. 4. Cr: 4 UNIT – I Matrices and Linear systems of equations: Elementary row transformations-RankEchelon form. Appala Naidu & Dr.
negative definite . Jain. Book Links. Fourier transform – Fourier sine and cosine transforms – properties – inverse transforms – Finite Fourier transforms. Numerical Methods for Scientific and Engineering Computation. K. UNIT II Planning Surveys Types of surveys. T. Fourier integral theorem (only statement)– Fourier sine and cosine integrals. methods and sources of data collection. primary and secondary sources. Convolution theorem – Solution of difference equation by z-transforms. Iyengar. References: 1.semi definite . Int: 100. 4. V. S. Mathematical Methods. collection of data and guidelines for preparation for - 26 .Adams. Raman. R. Iyengar & R. A. 3. K. 2. Total: 100. Advanced Engineering Mathematics. Method of separation of variables. Shahnaz Bathul.forms. End Exam: 0. scope & methods of analysis and their application to spatial planning.Sylvester law. S. DT 206 QUANTITATIVE METHODS L/s: 3/Wk. z-transform – inverse ztransform . Cr: 3 UNIT I Introduction Importance & need of analysis. Chand & Company. Ravindranath. Sankaraiah. A text Book of Engineering Mathematics. Irvin Kreyszig. Text Books: 1.Positive. Mathematical Methods. B. Interpolation: Introduction. Krishna Gandhi and Others. Jain. UNIT – VIII Formation of partial differential equations by elimination of arbitrary constants and arbitrary functions –solutions of first order linear (Lagrange) equation and nonlinear (standard type) equations. V. their limitations. UNIT – VII Fourier Series: Determination of Fourier coefficients – Fourier series – even and odd functions – Fourier series in an arbitrary interval – even and odd periodic continuation – Half-range Fourier sine and cosine expansions. C. V.Errors in Polynomial Interpolation – Finite differencesForward Differences. Tata Mc Graw Hill. A text book of Mathematical Methods. G. K.properties – Damping rule – Shifting rule – Initial and final value theorems.Reduction of quadratic form to canonical form – Rank . UNIT – V Curve fitting: Fitting a straight line –Second degree curve-exponentional curve-power curve by method of least squares.Backward differences –Central differences – Symbolic relations and separation of symbols-Differences of a polynomial-Newton‘s formulae for interpolation – Central difference interpolation Formulae – Gauss Central Difference Formulae –Interpolation with unevenly spaced points-Lagrange‘s Interpolation formula. V. Numerical Differentiation and Integration– Trapezoidal rule – Simpson‘s 1/3 Rule –Simpson‘s 3/8 Rule. UNIT – VI Numerical solution of Ordinary Differential equations: Solution by Taylor‘s seriesPicard‘s Method of successive Approximations-Euler‘s Method-Runge-Kutta Methods – Predictor-Corrector Methods. A text book of Mathematical Methods. Vijayalaxmi. 3. UNIT – IV Solution of Algebraic and Transcendental Equations: Introduction – The Bisection Method – The Method of False Position – The Iteration Method – Newton-Raphson Method. M. Himalaya Publishers. S. Wiley India Pvt. Ltd. 2. Right Publisshers. End Exam:--. B. New Age International Publishers.index .signature .Moulton Method –Milne‘s Method. K.
mathematical expectation. housing. measures of central tendency and dispersion.Class Definition. sample size and its determinant. SPSS. tabulation. End Exam: Practical& Viva Voce. Cr: 4 Unit I:C++ Class Overview. economic base of cities. dynamic memory allocation and deallocation (new and delete). stack ADT. difference between survey and experiment. and graphical methods: pictographs. UNIT III Data Processing and Presentation Data: editing. Review of basic data structures . fundamental definitions. Inline functions. census and sample survey. Sampling design. Sampling techniques. partial correlation. Int: 50. Objects. Class Members. inheritance types. Sampling distribution Nature of sampling distribution. additional probability.the list ADT. Probability Addition role. abstract classes. this pointer. types of sampling methods. minitab programming) Expected Outputs & Assignment The students will formulate sample survey formats for at least two aspects and conduct surveys at respective unit level and end with brief presentation with analysis of the same. survey design. case study method. regression. base and derived classes. Unit IV:- 27 . cluster sampling and stratified sampling. poisons distribution and normal distribution. implication roles. questionnaire. References: SP Gupta: Statistical Methods Ram Ahuja: Research Methods Philip I. Operator Overloading. Presentation of data diagrams related to planning problem like population. classification. exception handling. Internal assessment also to be in the form of term papers and tests on above mentioned topics. correlation. static class members. streams I/O. UNIT IV Analysis of Data Statistical Methods Raw data frequency distribution. coding methods. friend functions. and diagrams. Good: A practical Guide to Data Analysis DT 207 ADVANCED DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS L/s: 4/Wk. random variables & probability distribution. criteria for selecting a sample. Omega notation and Theta notation. base class access control. Unit II:Function Overloading. Constructors and destructors. parameter passing methods.Function and class templates. (Graphic representation Matlab. Generic Programming.O-notation. Unit III:Algorithms. performance analysis-time complexity and space complexity. Class Scope. charts. random sampling. need for sampling. Total: 100. End Exam: 50. runtime polymorphism using virtual functions. landuse. binomial distribution. implementation using template classes in C++. Access Control.interviews. schedules. sparse matrix representation. queue ADT. Inheritance basics.
Tamassia and D. External Sorting. General method (Dynamic Programming). rehashing. Minimum cost spanning trees.Model for external sorting. collision resolutionseparate chaining. Algorithms and Applications in C++. height of an AVL tree. Application-Heap Sort. 28 . hash functions.University press (India) pvt ltd. Ordering Matrix Multiplications TEXT BOOKS: 1. The OOP. Unit V:Priority Queues – Definition.S. representation. insertion. 2. applications – Binary search. Job sequencing with deadlines. Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis in C++. 2nd edition. Third Edition. operations. insertion and deletion. Multiway merge. B-Trees-BTree of order m. 0/1 knapsack problem. 3. Herbert Schildt.S. Unit VIII:Greedy method and Dynamic programming : General method (Greedy). Pearson Education.General method. TMH. Mark Allen Weiss.extendible hashing. Realizing a Priority Queue using Heaps. Data Structures and Algorithms in C++. ADT. ADT. C++.Savitch. Seventh Edition Wiley student edition. skip list representation. R. deletion and searching. Orient Longman pvt. Disjoint set operations. Unit VI:Search trees (part I) : Binary search trees. W. Balanced search trees. operations-searching. Data Structures and Algorithms in C++. Problem solving with C++. Pearson education. linear list representation. insertion. Thomson. Michael T. Definition. Polyphase merge. Data Structures using C++. operations-insertion. quadratic probing. Data structures. 4. Data structures and Algorithms in C++. definition.Mount. Adam Drozdek. Search trees (part II) : Introduction to Red –Black trees and Splay Trees.ltd. second edition.insertion. Malik. Optimal binary search trees. height of a B-Tree. union and find algorithms. John Wiley and Sons. Strassen‘s matrix multiplication Efficient non recursive tree traversal algorithms. Deletion. deletion and searching. Comparison of Search Trees. Adam Drozdek. deletion and searching. hash table representation. implementation.Dictionaries. D. open addressing-linear probing. definition.Sahni. The Complete Reference. quick sort. Third Edition. Thomson REFERENCE: 1. Unit VII:Divide and Conquer. double hashing. comparison of hashing and skip lists. 4. merge sort. Biconnected components. 2. Fourth edition. Thomson 3.Goodrich. 4th Edition.AVL trees.
London. building in which used. • Responding to socio-economic factors such as income levels. 29 . Cr: 4 Note: The student is expected to maintain a record book in which he / she shall record all the examples of his / her observations of the materials as found in use in buildings / development. Ernst. Characteristics. End Exam: 100.THIRD SEMESTER DT 301 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS. Total: 100. privacy. Ltd. where used. At least two major exercises and two minor design/time problems should be given. interaction etc. sourcing of the material.. Nikolaus. Total: 200. The final submission shall necessarily include a model for at least one of the two main problems.II L/s: 12/Wk. 1990. Albert. Architects Hand Book Ready Reckoner. etc. Untermann. List the materials used in buildings by type of building. handling..). McGraw – Hill. London. chemical. students hostel. Int: 50. block of flats and residential complexes at an small scale. New York. Course Contents: The design issues to be addressed: • Organization of functional activities in relation to user requirements and the site. small hotel. 1976. parking etc. part of building. thickness etc. Site Planning for Cluster Housing. Ernst Neufert Architects Data. • Considering materials. etc. Peloquin. Pevsner. End Exam: Viva-voce Cr: 8 Course Overview: This course focuses on buildings for residential use. properties effecting its supply (size. specifying the material. • Detailing for the physically handicapped and the elderly. motel. Charanjit. Shah. open spaces. structure and services in relation to the design proposal. Robert. S. The topics not covered as design problems will have to be covered by the Studio faculty members through lecture/slide show sessions and site visits. Richard and Snall. Process of selecting / specifying materials. holiday resort. how used / fixed. 1994. housing for specific communities in urban and rural areas such as home for the aged. fishermen‘s housing etc. (also suppliers addresses. row houses. territoriality. • Integration of plan forms and three dimensional compositions. transportation. The list of suggested topics to be covered as design problems: Large guest house. Granada Pub. 1996. Reference books: Chiara Joseph de and Others. Objectives of the Course: To enhance the understanding of the complexities of architectural design for residential needs and develop creative design solutions for good living environments. Inc. Neufert. New Delhi. building process and/ or in the building industry with respective physical. costs. Time Savers Standards of Building Types. • Relating the system of horizontal and vertical circulation. McGraw-Hill. End Exam: 50. A History of Building Types. shape. etc..) sizes. stacking and storing. Necessary theoretical inputs to be given highlighting the norms and design issues. Note: In end exam which is a viva-voce the students are to present the entire semester work for assessment. DT 302: MATERIALS AND CONSTRUCTION L/s: 4/Wk. critical analysis of the appropriateness of its’ use. Galogotia Pub. Thames and Hudson. End Exam: 3Hours. Barrier-Free Residential Design. 2000. Int: 100. Knowledge of the relevant codes of the Bureau of Indian Standards.
composition and uses. Building Tiles: Roofing Tiles. human settlements planning as the end result of this understanding. mortar joints. stone. forms of arches. harmful constituents. functions of cement ingredients. stopped ends. Terra-cotta . Fire clay bricks . cement concrete. methods of preparing. Engineering Materials . tools used. quoins.Kulkarni 2. quarry dressing. mortar (cement.e. mixing and grinding. End Exam: 3Hours. Int: 50. flooring and wall tiles. paving bricks. increasing urbanization and need for the higher levels of expertise to handle the situation in future. selection of clay. dimensional coordination. plinths. stone units . Clay bricks: constituents. piers. size of sand and grading. tests for silt and organic contents. laterite. DT 303: PLANNING PRINCIPLES L/s: 3/Wk. Engineering Materials .by G. properties. brick. Mortars: Types. Preservation of stonework. the chowk. resolving differential characteristics. and students will have to maintain field observation/record books. glazed. mortar mills. i.English and Flemish brick bonds.header. Engineering Materials .by Roy Chowdary 4. arches: terms defined. Openings: wooden doors and casement windows with simple and basic hardware Lintels and Arches: lintels of wood. Portland Cement: Raw materials. paving sets. The mode of teaching shall be through (graphic) basic models of ‘standard’ construction details incorporating a maximum of three alternative variations in the building components and how these interact or impact on each other in terms of jointing. classification. UNIT III 30 . light weight mortars i. the street.J. tests for strength and setting time.its varieties: ordinary. human settlement as the physical expression of a civilization. rubble. granite. End Exam: 50. black stones. surkhi) Walls: Stone walls: rubblework. sand lime bricks. requirements and tests. gypsum plaster. single way reinforced. functions. flag stones. setting action of cement. jambs.simply supported. Building Materials Practice .c. Building Materials . stone metal.by Deshapande 3. joints.segmental. sawdust and fibrous plasters.by S. References: I. UNIT II Concepts of time as dimensions of the built form Concept of space and scale as followed through different cultures. quarrying of building stones. quoins. Sand: Sources. etc. porous. polished and fine uses and properties. lime.e. social and cultural criteria of location of towns and activities within it. marble and slates -properties and uses. flat and relieving arch etc. Surkhi mortar. plaster of Paris. elliptical. proportioning. rough and gauged arch. semi-circular.varieties.by Ragsdale & Raynham 5. Total: 100. handling and uses of mortars. the house. Cr: 3 UNIT I Introduction The importance and significance of study of history. cinder. Rangwalla Elementary and simple construction methods explaining basic principles and considerations in the construction of one roomed rectilinear buildings with verandah: Foundations and footings using CRS. and lintels) Brick walls: brickwork .Classification of stones. three-centered. The class and assignment work should include appropriate site visits by the students. quartzite. Roofs: RCC roof . the elements of the town. cement mortar.
conceptual scheme and behaviour formation. the common man and idea of the baroque plan. UNIT IV Planning Through the Ages Planning in ancient India. space at city scale. town planning schemes. evolution of local governments.Concept Formation and Perception of Space Thinking process. Delhi Master Plan and the concept of NCR. scope and content of planning practice today. Manasara treatise and socio-cultural role of the Agora as an element of planning in Greece. the Roman city.N. Reference: Demetxios Caraley: City Governments & Urban problems A New introduction to urban politics Edited by Ravinder Singh Sandhu. attitudes towards city. metropolitan planning and metropolitan region development plans. the role of planner as a central figure to understand the present day problems through the medium of the study of history.V. disorientation of contemporary towns from their cultural context. development authorities and other planning and development agencies and their role in planning and planning administration. Expected Outcomes & Assignment Students in-group shall carry out documentation of model cities based on above concepts and may culminate as seminar on the same. the concept of conservation. urban behavior. metropolitan personality. foreign examples. concept formation. utopian thinking and movements about urban improvement and planning. geographical space. Sarup Singh Minhas & Jasmit Sandhu: Sustainable Human settlements the Asian Experience Levy: Contemporary Urban Planning (fourth Edition) N. UNIT VI Synthesis The concept of ring towns and satellite towns. the concept of neighborhood planning. efforts. comprehensive development plans for towns and cities to regional planning. hypothesizing. role of central. planning concept of Chandigarh. building attributes. urban symbolism image of the city. cognitive maps. UNIT V The Modern City Technological advances and their effect on the town. state and local governments in urban and regional planning and development. functional space. urban activity patterns. planning concept and city structure in typical new town design. perception of space. cognitive units. Internal assessment also to be in the form of tutorials on theories mentioned. behaviour pattern in small spaces. Ambedkar: Town and Country Planning and housing 31 . the European Medieval cities and Medieval planning in India. UNIT VII Planning Practice in India An overview of evolution from piecemeal projects.Modak & V.
thread groups. Budd. exploring swing. scope and life time of variables. lists panels – scrollpane. user interface components. UNIT V: Exception handling and multithreading . constructors. subclass. button. Differences between multi threading and multitasking. catch. throw. End Exam: 50. costs of inheritance. layout manager – layout manager types – boarder. Combo boxes. handling mouse and keyboard events. benefits of exception handling. classes and instances. ports. importing packages. overloading methods and constructors. using final with inheritance. 32 .util. access control. differences between classes and interfaces. UNIT VIII: Networking – Basics of network programming. creating own exception sub classes.net package Packages – java. UNIT VII: Applets – Concepts of Applets. UNITVI: Event Handling: Events. combination. class hierarchies (Inheritance). Cr: 3 UNIT I: Object oriented thinking :. check box. creating applets. menubar.io. Understanding CLASSPATH. variables. graphics. and Tables. classes and objects – concepts of classes. throws and finally. specification. forms of inheritance. Termination or resumptive models. MVC architecture. extension. coping with complexity. components. applying interfaces. thread life cycle. Event sources. updated edition. polymorphism. grid. A way of viewing world – Agents. Member access rules. super uses. JFrame and JComponent. usage of try. T. built in exceptions. defining an interface. inner classes. Trees. objects. simple java program. Herbert schildt. Exploring packages – Java. subtype. sockets. Java . Java. parameter passing. card and grib bag. life cycle of an applet. the complete reference. buttons – The JButton class. differences between applets and applications.Concepts of exception handling. string handling. responsibility. daemon threads. garbage collection. implementing interface. Event classes. control statements. substitutability. construction. canvas. Swing – Introduction. End Exam: Practical & Viva. datatypes. Adapter classes.labels. addresses. scrollbars. Radio buttons. limitations of AWT. multiple clients. text fields. Check boxes. containers. method binding. Delegation event model. TEXT BOOKS: 1. type conversion and costing. passing parameters to applets. choices. text components. The AWT class hierarchy.method overriding. Understanding OOP with Java. flow. UNIT IV: Packages and Interfaces : Defining. methods. overriding and exceptions.DT 304: OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING L/s: 4/Wk. benefits of inheritance. messages. abstraction mechanisms. pearson eduction. expressions. operators. 7th editon. 2. dialogs. creating threads.util.Need for oop paradigm. limitation.specialization. methods. Scroll Panes. types of applets. Base class object. UNIT III: Inheritance – Hierarchical abstractions. simple client server program. exception hierarchy. recursion. Total: 100. Int: 50. Icons and Labels. synchronizing threads. Java buzzwords. TMH. UNIT II : Java Basics History of Java. java. Creating and Accessing a Package. summary of oop concepts. arrays.JApplet. Event Listeners. this keyword. Tabbed Panes. check box groups. variables in interface and extending interfaces. abstract classes.
33 . R. P. Vol 1. Truth Tables. Free & Bound variables. 2.A.REFERENCES: 1. Kenneth H. Cay. 6 . compatibility and partial ordering relations. Lattice and its Properties. Discrete Mathematical Structures with applications to computer science Trembly J. Consistency. Johnson. Daniel Liang.Nino and F. Constrained repetitions.Grimaldi. End Exam: 50. Advanced Features. Fifth Edition. BFS. Semi groups and monads. Basic Concepts Isomorphism and Sub graphs. 5. T. Introduction to Java programming 6th edition. Spanning Trees. UNIT-V Elementary Combinatorics: Basis of counting. J. Hamiltonian graphs.A. Pearson Education. Cr: 4 UNIT-I Mathematical Logic: Statements and notations. UNIT-VII Graph Theory: Representation of Graph. proof of contradiction. Function of Sequences Calculating Coefficient of generating function. Binomial Multinomial theorems. Chromatic Numbers TEXT BOOKS : 1. An Introduction to OOP.Thomson. An introduction to Java programming and object oriented application development. University Press. Pearson Education 7.S. Seventh Edition. planar Graphs UNIT-VIII Graph Theory and Applications. equivalence implication. UNIT-II Predicates: Predicative logic. Y.Core Java 2. Cay. P.TMH. pearson education.Horstmann and Gary Cornell. Solving recurrence relation by substitution and Generating funds. Budd. John wiley & sons. Fundamentals. Binomial Coefficients. & Manohar . Automatic Theorem Proving. Rules of inference.P. Recurrence relations.S. Functions: Inverse Function Comports of functions. equivalence. 3. Hasse diagram. UNIT-III Set Theory: Properties of binary Relations. 4. DFS. the principles of Inclusion – Exclusion. Radha Krishna. Isomorphism. Characteristics roots solution of In homogeneous Recurrence Relation. second edition. Core Java 2. An Introduction to programming and OOP design using Java. UNIT-VI Recurrence Relation: Generating Functions. Vol 2. Rosen.An Applied Introduction-5th Edition – Ralph. tautology. with repetitions. Pigeon hole principles and its application. Total: 100. Multi graphs and Euler circuits. DT 305: MATHEMATICAL FOUNDATIONS OF COMPUTER SCIENCE L/s: 4/Wk. Combinations & Permutations. recursive Functions. End Exam: 3hours. Well formed formulas. Discrete Mathematics and its Applications. seventh Edition. Normal forms. Connectives.Horstmann and Gary Cornell. Int: 50. Discrete and Combinational Mathematics. Hosch. pearson education. groups sub groups‘ homomorphism.P. TMH 3. UNIT-IV Algebraic structures: Algebraic systems Examples and general properties. Object Oriented Programming through Java.Pearson Education 2.
6.V Inquiry methods: Using database information for objects. Elsevier 2. Thomson. etc. Reference books: 34 . line weight control. setting grid limits. Kandel. Mott. Person Education. with quick time Unit . Roberty C. Discrete Mathematical structures Theory and application-Malik & Sen 4.IV Basic commands dealing with drawing properties: Layer control. change properties. Setting units. and to exercise methods of interface within CAD. T. using displays with key shortcuts. Working with Cartesian and polar co-ordinate systems. perspective view. as a rendering tool for 3-D blocks/walk through etc. scripting (rendering) in CAD.I Starting AutoCAD: Introduction to the menu. Logic and Discrete Mathematics. use of blocks in creating a layout of a residential area. Unit .P. Busby.REFERENCES: 1. J.II Using co-ordinate system: The UCS.V1 Dimensioning commands and Blocks: Dimensioning the objects in linear. Bernand Kolman. calculating distance and angle. Pearson Education/PHI. A. areas etc. End Exam: 50. Course Contents: Unit .VII Orientation towards 3D: 2D to 3D conversion. Unit . Garry Haggard and others. 3. Discrete Mathematics with Applications. Grass Man & Trembley.L. creating symbols. DT 306: COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING AND DESIGN L/s: 4/Wk. walk. Cr: 4 Course Overview: To orient the student to create two and three-dimensional objects in space with special emphasis on presentation and visualization of interiors and exteriors of building using different rendering techniques using CAD Objectives of the Course: To explore computer modeling techniques using CAD Expected Skills / Knowledge Transferred: To learn basic skills of modeling. Discrete Mathematics for Computer Scientists & Mathematicians. Use of paper space and model space. drawing limits. Snap controls.one exercise to be done as lab assignment. End Exam: practical & Viva. Saving and closing a file. Total: 100. angular fashions along dimensioning etc. Creating and using templates-starting drawings with setup wizards. Unit . Thomas Koshy. 5. Sharn Cutter Ross.VIII 3-D Max: Demonstration of 3-D Max. starting drawings from scratch. Discrete Mathematical Structures. Int: 50. Baker Prentice Hall. Unit . Creating and working with blocks. Unit – III Setting up the drawing environment: Setting the paper size.through of layout 52 53 Unit . Discrete Mathematics for Computer science.
TEXT BOOKS : 1.nos. Pearson Education.721-739 of text book-2).145. Chapter 15 of of text book-2). Int: 50. 111-126 of text book-2).nos 604-616 of text book -1.147-150. BSP-tree methods.nos 204-227 of text book1). rotation. graphics monitors and work stations and input devices (p.. UNIT VIII: Computer animation: Design of animation sequence.nos 22-90 of text book-1).Pauline Baker. Hermite curve.nos 489-505 of text book -1. Foley. Parker. Basic illumination models. viewing functions. video-display devices. UNIT III: 2-D geometrical transforms: Translation. Filled area primitives: Scan line polygon fill algorithm. UNIT VII: Visible surface detection methods : Classification. Habert. key frame systems. T. (p. computer animation languages. transformations between coordinate systems. Auto CAD Release 2000. (p. viewing coordinates. 72-99 of text book-2). composite transforms. reflection and shear transformations. p. Daniel and Rice. UNIT II: Output primitives : Points and lines. UNIT IV: 2-D viewing : The viewing pipeline. raster-scan systems. viewing coordinate reference frame.nos 324-331.nos 427-443. Sutherland –Hodgeman polygon clipping algorithm(p. 516-531. p. chapter 21 of text book-2).nos. Ltd. Bezier curve and B-Spline curves. window to viewport coordinate transformation.137. motion specifications. line drawing algorithms. DT 307: COMPUTER GRAPHICS L/s: 4/Wk. 2000. Cohen-Sutherland and Cyrus-beck line clipping algorithms. 347-364.340-342. back-face detection. boundary-fill and flood-fill algorithms (p.Teyapoovan. depth-buffer.nos 237249.164-171 of text book-1. second edition in C. Total: 100. spline representation. VanDam. 1987. 35 . matrix representations and homogeneous coordinates. Bezier and B-Spline surfaces. UNIT V: 3-D object representation: Polygon surfaces. rotation.nos 473-529. Cr: 4 UNIT I: Introduction. view volume and general projection transforms and clipping (p. polygon rendering methods. area sub-division and octree methods(p. End Exam: practical & Viva. Feiner and Hughes. Donald Hearn and M. UNIT VI: 3-D Geometric transformations: Translation. Vikas Pub. scan-line. 452-481 of text book -1). Engineering Drawing with Auto CAD 2000. 542-546 of text book-1. New Delhi. composite transformations. overview of graphics systems.257-261 of text book -1. End Exam: 50. reflection and shear transformations. 3-D viewing: Viewing pipeline. quadric surfaces. ―Computer Graphics C version‖. scaling. Application areas of Computer Graphics. scaling. ―Computer Graphics Principles & practice‖. raster animation. Inside Auto CAD Daniel. random scan systems. depth sorting. 2. Georgeomura. general computer animation functions. (p. House Pvt.nos 103-123. p. mid-point circle and ellipse algorithms. Pearson Education.
Pauline Baker. David F Rogers. Neuman and Sproul. ―Computer Graphics Second edition‖. Tata Mc Graw hill. Computer Graphics. TMH 36 . 4. 5. 2nd edition. 3. Zhigand xiang. 2005. Pai. Principles of Computer Graphics. Tata Mc. ―Principles of Interactive Computer Graphics‖.REFERENCES: 1. PHI/Pearson Education. 2. Schaum‘s outlines. Procedural elements for Computer Graphics. Steven Harrington. ―Computer Graphics‖. 6. Roy Plastock. TMH. Shalini Govil. Donald Hearn and M. second Edition.Graw hill edition. Springer.
And site visits.m. lighting. Total: 200.problem solving. 1990. London. End Exam: 100. visualization through CAD. D. Cr:8 Course Overview: This course focuses on digital design methods. 37 . climate. The topics to be covered as design problems may include: • Institution of learning –schools. conceptualization.London. acoustics. 2000. Doctors Offices and Clinics.FOURTH SEMESTER DT 401 DIGITAL METHODS IN DESIGN L/s: 12/Wk.. The Architectural Press. 2nd ed. • At least onemajor exercise (one problem should be pertinent to the urban fabric) and one minor design/time problems should be given and the final submission shall necessarily include a model Note: In end exam which is a viva-voce the students have to present the entire semester work for assessment. Ernst. music and dance colleges. •. Reinhold Pub. simulation and communication through the appropriate computer programs/ software. Libraries: A Briefing and Design Guide. Ltd. • conceptualizing for design. visualization. • site planning and Landscaping • Preparation of the scheme. Creative thinking. McGraw – Hill. • Generation of detailed working drawings and BOQ s‘ Necessary theoretical inputs to be given highlighting the norms and design issues. Allan. Eugene. Time Savers Standards of Building Types. 1986. Introduction to design process and principles of design and digital methods. wind flow etc. The topics not covered as design problems may be covered by the studio faculty members through lecture/slide shows. Reference books: Chiara Joseph de and Others. of area Students would learn to apply digital techniques at different stages of design from conceptualization to Bill or quantities Course Contents: The following issues relating to design will be addressed to: • Pre-design studies • User behavior and requirement pertaining to the building typology based on post occupancy evaluation • Design as problem solving activity. Kirk.simulation of at lest any three like thermal comfort. Paul Hayden and Sternberg. Objectives of the Course: To enable the student to apply digital techniques in design Expected Skills / Knowledge Transferred: Students are expected to design a building of approximately 1000 sq. Int: 100. structure and services into building. Granada Pub. Hand Book of Planning and Design Data. Formz etc. reformatories and rehabilitation institutes • Institutions of research in various disciplines. use of conceptualization tools like Sketchup. Neufert.. USA. Ernst Neufert Architects Data. 1960. • Institutions of health such as small hospitals. vocational training institutions etc. • generation of alternatives and evaluation of alternatives using digital methods • Integration of function: movement. End Exam: Viva-voce. Konya.
Van Nostrand Reinhold. Modeling Service Area a for Social Infrastructures. Geo-Concept. Troy. MapInfo Professional MapInfo Corp. focusing on the data structure. District Development Plan. Libraries for Schools and Universities.. 1969. ILWIS. Planning Applications. Generation of 3D Models in GIS. UNIT III Specific Packages Introduction to laboratory exercises on selected GIS packages (eg. Int: 50. Limitations of Typical DBMS Packages and CAD Packages.. London. Case Study based land suitability Analysis. A History of Building Types. Van Nostrand Reinhold. Hospital Architecture and Beyond. Friedemann. G. Integration of GIS and Digital Image Processing. Cr: 4 UNIT I Need for GIS Maps and Spatial Information. UNIT II Components of GIS Techniques of Database Creation. Spatial Database Management Requirements. Practical Laboratory Planning. 1972. map-data organization. and Michael P Crane. End Exam: practical & Viva. thematic maps. Needs for GIS.P. Arc View. Clarke. Arc Info.): Comparative Advantages and Disadvantages. DT 402 GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS. Bradley O Parks. Urban Sustenance . 1976. Geographic Information Systems & Environmental Modeling: Andy Mitchell. Generation of Planning Views. Impact Analysis. goal setting and projecting needs and trends. Total: 100. MapInfo etc. State. Bruce Davis: GIS_ A Visual Approach David Martin: Geographic Information Systems (Socio Economic Applications) 38 . New York.A case study of A. Students shall also have to undertake a Group Project in GIS emphasizing on applications in various sectors such as Watershed Management. References: MapInfo Corp. Wild. Steps involved in Database Creation. Geo-Media. Isadore. Thames and Hudson. UNIT V Advanced Concepts in GIS Introduction to Dynamic GIS. End Exam: 50. W. Troy. Stone. New York. Environmental Monitoring and Urbanization Process .R. Rosenfield. UNIT IV GIS Modeling Overlay Functions in GIS. the ESRI Guide to GIS Analysis Bob Booth: Getting Started with Arc Info – GIS by ESRI Bruce Ellsworth Davis.I L/s: 4/Wk. Tergsone. Spatial Database Management in Current Day Techniques of Data Analysis and Management. Expected Outputs & Assignment Internals assessment shall include tutorials on above topics. New York. Integration GIS and GPS. Integrating GIS to derive a decision support model for use in any specific context.Pevsner. Institutional Buildings Architecture of Controlled Environment.Decision Support System. MapInfo Professional (Users Guide) Keith C. Using Attribute over Spatial Data in Modeling. Louis. Nikolaus. New York.
assigning materials-developing materials for rendering. T. Int: 50. auto. Virtual Architecture. modeling using patches. adding sound and special effects etc. Making simple graphics. New Delhi. Omura. Inside Auto CAD Daniel. Export Formats Spline modeling. introduction to different techniques of animation. tool panel and library. Zampi. Cr: 4 Course Overview: The course focuses on the convergence of techniques and skills acquired in the area of CAD and Computer applications in the earlier semesters. 2000. development of various techniques in animation. Shape. templates. concepts of drawing.compound objects. George. New Delhi. input of text. Conway Lloyd. fill and stoke colors. Teyapoovan. Cr: 4 Introduction to 2D Animation – Brief history of animation. Line types. 3D modeling Course Contents: Preparation of basic forms. House Pvt. Scaling. the sequence of events of 2D animation. 1987. Introduction to drawing and sketching for 2D animation.editing the animation clips. Line Weights. brushes. Comedia Publications . New Delhi. 1998. Layers.simple commands related to setup. End Exam: practical & Viva. Underdahl. Habert. grid. Engineering Drawing with Auto CAD 2000. use of software like MS Paint. animation of text.defining the paths. Mastering in Auto CAD 2000. Coral painter. Windows 98 one step at a time.Standard and extended primitives -Surface modeling Introduction to NURBS modeling– curves and surfaces. import – export. graphic design. Int: 50. Reference books: CAD. Ltd. and controls for animation Video Streaming. Comdex Computer Pub. Total: 100.working with modifiers..sketch to make simple animations Making of Flash Movie. Building Plans and layouts using software.photo-realistic.Macro Madia Publications. shapes. Objectives of the Course: Exploring use of Computers for presentation. DT 404 2D ANIMATION L/s: 4/Wk. Giulian and Morgan. Total: 100. for developing digital tools and techniques for architectural presentations. Brian. End Exam: 50. 3D Animation and graphic design..DT 403 3D MODELING L/s: 4/Wk. Text. Handling. artistic and truecolor renderings Animation. 1999. Vikas Pub. frames. Parker. Wire frame model. New Delhi. End Exam: 50. design of 39 . End Exam: practical & Viva. Guide to dream weaver . setting up lightingrendering using various types of rendering engines. BPB Pub. Rendering. digital gaming. High resolution modeling. Daniel and Rice.
Classes. Color in image and video: color science. UNIT-V Application Development : An OOP Application Frame work. Assigning Actions to an Object and a Button 2. Using Components with ActionScript MovieClip Subclasses. color models in video. Multimedia Network Communications and Applications: Quality of Multimedia Data Transmission. Media-onDemand(MOD). Creating a Function. Arithmetic Coding. UNIT-VIII Multimedia Networks: Basics of Multimedia Networks. digital video. Datatypes and Type Checking. movie clips controls. Variable Length Coding. key frames. Interfaces. End Exam: 50. Publishing the movie clips. color models in images. sound controls. Packages. Graphics and image data representation graphics/image data types. UNIT-II Fundamental concepts in video and digital audio: Types of video signals. transformation of graphics and text. Transform Coding.text. Creating Loops 3. world wide web. At least two complete projects in animation. file formats. Defining paths. Dictionary Based Coding. The lab exercises could be 1. Alternative software for 2D animation DT 405 MULTIMEDIA AND PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES L/s: 3/Wk. Object-Oriented ActionScript. Int: 50. Transport of MPEG-4. flash action script. UNIT VI Multimedia data compression: Lossless compression algorithm: Run-Length Coding. Multimedia over ATM Networks. UNIT VII Basic Video Compression Techniques: Introduction to video compression. Lossless Image Compression. overview of multimedia software tools. Lossy compression algorithm: Quantization. editing sound and videos Concepts of animation. UNIT-III Action Script I : Action Script Features. exporting the flash movies. analog video. Embedded Zerotree of Wavelet Coefficients Set Partitioning in Hierarchical Trees (SPIHT). Multimedia over IP. motion and shape controls buttons. video compression based on motion compensation. search for motion vectors. MIDI.0 Subclass. quantization and transmission of audio. Authoring an ActionScript 2. optimizing on the file sizes. WaveletBased Coding. Basic Audio Compression Techniques. Generation Random Numbers 4. Exceptions. inserting images. scripts for interactive and controlled movie clips. MPEG. understand symbols. types of animation. Total: 100. Cr: 3 UNIT-I Fundamental concepts in Text and Image: Multimedia and hypermedia. Authoring an ActionScript Class UNIT-IV Action Script II: Inheritance. End Exam: practical & Viva. creating simple movie clips. digitization of sound. Calling a Function 40 .
Implementing a Custom Sort 22. Checking the System language 8. David Vogeleer and Matthew Pizzi. Colin Moock. Converting Between Units of Measurement 19. Activity Diagrams. DT 406 OBJECT ORIENTED ANALYSIS AND DESIGN L/s: 4/Wk. Interaction diagrams. Making a Password Input field All the above programs are to be done in Flash MX 2004. REILLY. Total: 100. Pearson.0. UNIT-V Basic Behavioral Modeling-II: Use cases. conceptual model of the UML. Advanced Structural Modeling: Advanced classes. Essentials ActionScript 2. Controlling a Movie Clip‘s Color with Sliders 11. Formatting Currency Amount 18. Drawing a Rectangle 13. End Exam: 3hours. 6. Detecting the Operating System 7. Multimedia Basics by Weixel Thomson. UNIT . common Mechanisms. Drawing a Circle 12. Types and Roles. Detecting the Player Version 6. Creating a Text Field 23. David Hilman . UNIT . Relationships. and diagrams. Packages. 2. Use case Diagrams. Elsevier(Focal Press).IV Basic Behavioral Modeling-I: Interactions.I Introduction to UML : Importance of modeling. Sorting or Reversing an Array 21. Nigel chapman and jenny chapman. 4. Int: 50. SPD O. Software Development Life Cycle. Flash MX Professional 2004 Unleashed. Detecting Display Settings 9. object oriented modeling. Determining Points Along a Circle 20. 5. principles of modeling. Converting Angle Measurements 16. Scripting Masks 15. Pearson Education. Drew PHI/Pearson Education. UNIT . Fudamentals of Multimedia by Ze-Nian Li and Mark S. SPD-Oreilly. 41 . Calculating the Distance Between the Two Points 17. Cr: 3 UNIT . Steve Heath. 3. 8. Springer. Action Script Cookbook.II Basic Structural Modeling: Classes. Multimedia Applications. Interfaces. TEXT BOOKS: 1. modeling techniques for Class & Object Diagrams. Multimedia and communications Technology. Steinmetz.III Class & Object Diagrams: Terms. advanced relationships.5. Multimedia Technology and Applications. Doug Sahlin. Tinting a Movie Clip‘s Color 10. Macromedia Flash MX Professional 2004 Unleashed. Dreamtech Wiley. Nahrstedt. End Exam: 50. Flash MX Action Script for designers. Wiley-Dreamtech 2. Digital Multimedia. concepts. Filling a Shape with a Gradient 14. REFERENCE BOOKS: 1. 7. 9. Architecture. Joey Lott. Galgotia.
Traditional sources of water supply and sanitation. Pearson Education. WILEY-Dreamtech India Pvt. flap. processes and Threads. REFERENCES: 1. Conditions of flow in building drainage pipes. Distribution system. etc. Pascal Roques: Modeling Software Systems Using UML2. sinks etc. Meilir Page-Jones: Fundamentals of Object Oriented Design in UML. Building service connections. foot valves. End Exam: 50. cold and hot water distribution systems in buildings and their design. conventional wastewater treatment. water meters. Special emphasis on city level distribution of water. The McGraw-Hill Companies. Check valves. vents and their material specifications. Design of drainage and vent pipes. time and space. urinals. bathrooms and toilets. Ivar Jacobson : The Unified Modeling Language User Guide. Cr: 4 WATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION Water Supply Introduction to water supply and sanitation. cocks. Magnus Penker. Grady Booch. Classification of water based on its usage. bathtubs. state machines. electrical fixtures.wash basins. and pressure test gauges. valves. UNIT . 2. special installation in multistoried buildings.UNIT . sewers. sump pump check valves. connection to public sewer. Faucets for kitchens. End Exam: 3hours. etc. Design of sewerage systems. Direct and indirect systems. trickling filters etc. storm and combined sewerage system. Brian Lyons. ball. cross connections.VI Advanced Behavioral Modeling: Events and signals. ferrule. activated sludge. coagulation. sanitary. Int: 50. Sanitation Conventional water treatment – sedimentation. Component. filtration and disinfection. Pearson Education. Hans-Erik Eriksson. David Fado: UML 2 Toolkit. Craig Larman Appling UML and Patterns: An introduction to Object – Oriented Analysis and Design and Unified Process. Atul Kahate: Object Oriented Analysis & Design. reservoirs. Deployment. manholes.VII Architectural Modeling: Deployment diagrams. Different sources of water supply such as wells. DT 407: BUILDING SERVICES L/s: 4/Wk. building drains. Types of fixtures and materials. Mark Priestley: Practical Object-Oriented Design with UML. system for low-rise and high-rise buildings. joints. 2. TATA McGrawHill 5. 3. flush valves etc. water closets. 4. showers. stopcocks. individual water supply. gullies. Elements of public / private water supply system. Over-head and under-ground reservoirs 42 . Component diagrams and UNIT . traps. Ltd. James Rumbaugh. state chart diagrams. jets. inspection chambers. pumping and Distribution Types of fittings like taps. bidets. Water and its qualities. Location of sewage systems. bib cocks etc. fittings and valves (gate. Total: 100. Pearson Education. materials.VIII Case Study: The Unified Library application TEXT BOOKS: 1.). Ltd. WILEY-Dreamtech India Pvt.
Drainage of roads. 43 . Conductors. solid wastes collection and removal from buildings. NBC.R. Oxford and IBH Pub. Construction and working of at least six domestic appliances and location in buildings. . equipment and Devices. S. Working and operation of lifts. Handbook of Mechanical and Electrical Systems for BuildingsNew York: MC Graw Hill 60 61 Special services in High rise buildings and provision to be made for installation and operation. · Method of lighting: Direct. New York: Willey Bovay. Rangwala. offices etc. carnot cycles. Mechanicla and electrical Eqipment for Buildings. tar bitumen. . wiring methods switch boards. Domestic appliances: Types of electric motors and electro mechanical devices. Reference books: Electrical wiring and Contracting (Vol. 19th ed. Spot lighting. Passenger. Aerobic and Anaerobic decomposition. Roorkee Pub. 1980. Anand. Biochemical Oxygen Demand.E. Flood lighting – Light of Monuments.lift. wattage.. References: Husain.4). sub drains. refrigeration. S. soil stabilization.AHU and FC units.B. Dr. heat exchangers. diffusers and grills. Capsule. advantages and disadvantages. Indian Electricity Act. Voltage. Lifts: Types of lifts. Water Supply and Sanitary Engineering: Environmental Engineering. Building Wiring System: Service wires. Provision to be made in buildings for installation. Guinnesss. electrical devices in general building. brick. Façade illumination. Electrical Engineering hand Book William. multi zone. T. ditches and gutters. alternatives. water bound macadam. 3 phase connection. Roads and Pavements – Different types. 6th ed. Generation and distribution of power. Charotar Pub. preparation of layouts for residences.AC plant and room.Waste -water disposal systems. Building Illumination: Artificial lighting various compression. New Delhi. asphalt and Cement concrete roads. . plate earthing Electric layouts: Electrical symbols. 2004. ISI Codes and standard material.1 to Vol. Light and power circuits. Yard lighting. culverts. soil absorption system. HT and LT consumers.. Central air conditioning. Air-conditioning: principles of Air-condition IAQ. On-site processing and disposal methods. Kshirsagar.Building ducting. types of paving-murram. pipe earthing. Window air conditioner and split air conditioners. 3rd ed. Semi direct. gas laws. etc all in working. parts of lifts. House. Different types of Air-conditioning. . Amperage. Electrical safety system: ELCB. J. Compressors.C. Roorkee.. H. Types of Generators. metering distribution boards circuits. purifying capacity of water bodies. Hospital bed.K. condensers. Ltd. Frith Abnwos and others. and stone paving. of Water Supply and Sanitary Engineering. Introduction to working of escalator and design. Ductable air conditioners and package system. septic tank and its design. MCB‘s cut outs.All air systems and chilled water systems. Water Supply Engineering. single zone. London The New era Publishing Company. evaporators. Concealed lighting. goods-lift etc. Task illumination. Indirect · Decorative lighting for building interiors. 1994. S. ELECTRICAL Electrical Energy System: Fundamental principles of Electricity. industry standards and capacity calculations. Dining lights. cycles and refrigerants. Under water lighting Calculation of intensity illumination for nominal application as per standards.
services required for hospitality industry. Internet. access flooring. types of waste. Wind energy. Architectural Press. Pub. New Age Intl. Satish.Electronic Systems in Buildings: Telephone and communication. built in wet riser system. transmission. Swimming Pools: Pool design. Manohar. bottled gas supply. fire hydrant. Hot water system. Stoves. Relevant NBC other standards. 44 . Reference books: Faber. EPABX networks. cascades.R. video surveillance.Cooking gas distribution. Alternative energy sources for buildings: Solar energy. Prasad. 1945. Hospital buildings. piped gas supply. 5th ed. Industrial buildings. Burglar alarms. access control. Water circulation. Surrey. portable fire fighting equipment. Kitchen services. Channeled Music. Oscar and Kell. Refrigeration and air-conditioning. Environmental services: Waste generation. Water and Energy resources. class of fire and occupancy. Fire safety in buildings. burners and grills. Biomass digesters. Filtration and water treatment. 1996. sprinkler system. treatment and disposal facilities. J. Computer labs. finishes. server rooms. photo voltaic cells. Heating and Air-Conditioning of Building. bulk gas supply. Security systems. Laundry services. Water quality and disinfection Hotel services: Specialty. Tank and channels. balancing tank. New Delhi. Tiwari..
Landscape elements like plant materials. building byelaws etc. Coding. Concept design for a given area. self surveys. spatial and non-spatial linkages to surrounding areas. interviews. landscape assessment techniques. UNIT III Physical Surveys Techniques of conducting surveys for land use. 45 . pie diagrams. typical situations and criteria for design with plants and selection of species in planning (eg. types of socio-economic surveys. UNIT VII Site Layout Site analysis. basic disciplines of illustration and tables. tabulation of data. histograms. measurement scales and their application. Cr:8 UNIT I Data Base for Planning and Socio-Economic Surveys Data requirements for urban and regional planning. Expected Outcomes & Assignment Study of a neighbourhood involving location. color. UNIT VI Working Drawings Introduction to the working drawings. sources of primary and secondary data. mailed questionnaires and observer participation. Environmental benefits. End Exam: Viva. Int: 100. elevations and important details of an apartment unit. internal jury for group housing design and working drawings. questionnaire design. and structural condition of buildings. conceptual approach to site planning preparation of preliminary layout and area analysis. building use. heights of building. surface materials. analysis and presentations using digital techniques UNIT II Role of Landscape Planning Landscape planning in the context of urban extensions and new towns. normal.PLANNING FOR RESIDENTIAL AREAS UNIT V Group Housing Design Design and preparation of plan. aesthetic consideration. drawings. outdoor fittings and structures. Principles of organization of outdoor spaces]. bar charts. Total: 200. road circulation patterns. salient features. analysis and presentations using GIS UNIT IV Techniques of Presenting and Analysis Data using appropriate computer programs Land use classification. black and white presentation techniques. sections. coding and analysis. Comparison with standards. Role of vegetation. Final layout showing the circulation and basic infrastructure. functional requirements. preparation of presentation drawings. spatial characteristics. various considerations for the layout. development standards. characteristics and components of different landscapes. density. and preparation of the design brief. residential and non-residential density patterns and analysis.FIFTH SEMESTER DT 501 DIGITAL METHODS IN PLANNING L/s: 12/Wk. graphical presentation of data. Design brief. Street/roadside planting). End Exam: 100. land utilization and physical features of land. facilities and amenities. sections and elevation of low rise and high rise apartments taking into account the building by laws and zoning regulations. preparation of plans. semi-log and double log graphs and their uses. PROJECT . sampling techniques. Coding.
220-243. components of image processing system.nos: 282.nos: 567-617). lossypredictive coding. pre-design studies related to production of games. Cr: 4 UNIT . End Exam: 50. basics of full–color image processing. Total: 100.V Image Compression: Fundamentals. image sampling and quantization.nos 76-141). erosion. End Exam: 50. pseudo color image processing. End Exam: 3hours. testing gamesartificial intelligence in games. programming. image compression standards (p. technology.VI Morphological Image Processing: Preliminaries. smoothing and sharpening. constrained least squares filtering. aesthetics. 21. End Exam: Practical &viva. Total: 100. design.IV Color Image Processing : Color fundamentals. Fundamentals of programming for gaming and graphic developmentAt least two different games to be developed by the students during the course work. Int: 50. estimating the degradation function (p. UNIT .production of game. UNIT . and strategies of game play. sociological and psychological implications of games. Int: 50.nos 147-167.I Introduction: Examples of fields that use digital image processing. enhancement using arithmetic and logic operators. UNIT . smoothing and sharpening spatial filters.44. 15-17. hit or miss transformation. Digital Image Fundamentals: A simple image formation model. UNIT . color segmentation (p. UNIT . fundamental steps in digital image processing. UNIT . production. Cr: 4 History. color models. combining the spatial enhancement methods ( p. software/hardware tools. region–based segmentation (p. histogram processing. error-free compression. basic spatial filtering.492-510). 50-69). image compression models. basic relationships between pixels (p.nos.nos: 409467. Weiner filtering. geometric transforms. The distribution of marks in the studio subject may be as follows: 40% for individual assignment 60% for group work DT 502 DIGITAL GAMING L/s: 4/Wk. 256-276).II Image enhancement in the spatial domain: Basic gray-level transformation.VII Image Segmentation: Detection of discontinuous. open and closing. basic morphologic algorithms (p.339). noise models. color transforms. and psychological aspects of digital gaming. DT 503 IMAGE PROCESSING L/s: 4/Wk. thresholding. Introduction to the Fourier transform and the frequency domain. edge linking and boundary detection. dilation.Design of a neighbourhood unit analytical charts etc. 46 .nos:519-550). restoration in the presence of noise–only spatial filtering.III Image restoration: A model of the image degradation/restoration process.
Total: 100. WILEY Dreamtech (UNIT s 1. Internet and World Wide Web – How to program by Dietel and Nieto PHI/Pearson Education Asia. Web Applications Technologies Concepts-Knuckles. End Exam: 50. energy. 1. TEXT BOOKS: 1. building network infrastructure & design considerations. Pearson. Application – Specific Database Actions. testing. Java Server Pages –Hans Bergsten. Exploring the User Interface. Bill Siggelkow. need for BIM Revit Architecture Basics. Murach‘s beginning JAVA JDK 5. Web Warrior Guide to Web Programmming-Bai/Ekedaw-Thomas 10. protocols. Requests. Total: 100.security. 6. background and history. Int: 50. Introduction to struts framework. DT 505 BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS L/s: 4/Wk.Pearson 9. Conditional Processing – Displaying Values Using an Expression to Set an Attribute. Intelligent Building Systems. drainage. basic principles. 8) REFERENCE BOOKS: Programming world wide web-Sebesta. LAN(local area network). Murach.Starting a Project 48 .John Wiley 8. End Exam: 50. Using Scripting Elements Implicit JSP Objects. 11. building internet applications. End Exam: 3hours.Pearson Core SERVLETS ANDJAVASERVER PAGES VOLUME 1: CORE TECHNOLOGIES By Marty Hall and Larry Brown Pearson 3. Pekowsky. 2. TMH (Chapters: 25) (UNIT 4) 3. Introduction to BMS Network Infrastructure for building connectivity-Benefits of advanced building cabling. 5. lighting. Beginning Web Programming-Jon Duckett WROX. 7. Web Programming. Introduction to CAFM.2 .sql. Definitions.JSP Application Development: Generating Dynamic Content. lighting. 4. Cr: 3 Introduction building electronics. consoles and networking systems. various types of sensors. An Introduction to web Design and Programming –Wang-Thomson 7. Cr: 3 Building Information Modeling. for large buildings.3) 2. End Exam: 3hours. and Users Passing Control and Date between Pages – Sharing Session and Application Data – Memory Usage Considerations UNIT VIII: Database Access: Database Programming using JDBC. Working with Revit Elements and Families . Programming world wide web-Sebesta. Building performance – Building management systems. Declaring Variables and Methods Error Handling and Debugging Sharing Data between JSP pages. Accessing a Database from a JSP Page. Intelligent Buildings.* package. HVAC. Studying Javax. Jakarta Struts Cookbook . SPD 6. Deploying JAVA Beans in a JSP Page. optical fibre. Java Server Pages. Measuring Building Performance. SPD O‘Reilly (UNITs 5. Chris Bates 2nd edition. data transmission over twisted pair lines.Role of IBS in management of various services like water supply. DT 506 BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING L/s: 4/Wk. Int: 50. S P D O‘Reilly for chap 8. high-rise building and campuses. The complete Reference Java 2 Fifth Edition by Patrick Naughton and Herbert Schildt. Their applications in various aspects of building management .
Adding and Modifying Walls. Managing Revisions. discrete and continuous random variables. Probability and Statistical Tools Probability distributions. Working with Title Blocks. simulation projects with written and oral presentations 49 . Applying and Removing Constraints Developing the Building Model. Adding and Modifying Ceilings. Simulation in decision making. sensitivity analysis Discrete Event Simulation with a Simulation Language Deterministic and stochastic models. Working with Text and Tags. and Case Studies Model design Inventory and queuing models. Engineers and Contractors. Creating Rooms and Room Schedules Creating Legends and Keynotes Presenting the Building Model. Working with Grids . Creating and Modifying Floors. Controlling Object Visibility. Using Walkthroughs. Creating and Modifying Levels . languages for. modeling packages. Creating Curtain Walls. The Basics of the Building Model. Adding Stairs and Railings Detailing and Drafting. alternative models Collection and analysis of input data Simulation performance Analysis of simulation results. Working with Dimensions. probability distribution sampling. Working with Compound and Vertically Compound Walls . Managing Views. confidence intervals. Creating and Modifying Schedules. Working with Section and Elevation Views . Creating Renderings. variance reduction Simulation Modeling Procedures. hypothesis testing. Creating and Modifying 3D Views. Loading Additional Building Components. Adding and Modifying Roofs. Adding and Modifying Component Families Viewing the Building Model. Designers. Creating Callout Views. single models. interpretation of simulation data. Working with Doors. Managers. pseudorandom number generation and testing. Techniques. Construction Documentation. Working with Detail Views Working with Drafting Views. simulation i/o. Adding and Modifying Windows.Starting a Design.Chuck Eastman Building Information Modeling – Willem Kymmell DT 507 INTRODUCTION TO SIMULATION AND MODELING Introduction to Modeling and Computer Simulation. simulation verification and model validation. one-way analysis of variance. elements of simulation modeling. simulation.Using Editing Commands . Using Dimensions and Constraints. Using Sun and Shadow Settings Reference: BIM Handbook: A Guide to Building Information Modeling for Owners. Creating and Printing Drawing Sheets. Creating a Basic Floor Plan .
Shriber. Getting Started with GPSS/H. Kelton. Wiley. Banks. and Sy. and Kelton. 1989. 1997 50 . Wiley. Silverman. Sadowski. Prentice Hall. Simulation Modeling and Analysis. NSF Workshop. 2000. 3 Ed. Fishwick. J.. 1998. Handbook of Simulation. 1995. An Introduction to Simulation Using GPSS/H.. 2002. McGraw-Hill. A. A Laboratory Manual for Simulation with GPSS/H for Computer Science Majors: an Integrated Approach. Law. Carson. and Nelson. 3 Ed. Simulation with Arena.REFERENCES Banks. Discrete-Event System Simulation. 2001. Carson. Banks. McGraw-Hill.. 2 Ed. and Sadowski. Simulation Model Design and Execution. 1991. M... Editor. Prentice Hall. D. W. Wolverine Software Corp.
Publishing the movie clips. types of animation.SIXTH SEMESTER DT 601 DIGITAL TECHNIQUES STUDIO. sound controls. Coral painter. Cr: 8 Introduction to different techniques of animation. tool panel and library. scripts for interactive and controlled movie clips. concepts of drawing. Total: 100. End Exam: 50. movie clips controls. animation of text. inserting images. Data base design and ER diagrams – Beyond ER Design Entities. the sequence of events of 2D animation Drawing and sketching for 2D animation: Character design and anatomyUse of software like MS Paint. At least two complete projects in animation. 51 .simple commands related to setup. Relational Algebra – Selection and projection set operations – renaming – Joins – Division – Examples of Algebra overviews – Relational calculus – Tuple relational Calculus – Domain relational calculus – Expressive Power of Algebra and calculus. Alternative software for 2D animation DT 602 DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS L/s: 4/Wk. Making simple graphics. flash action script. motion and shape controls buttons. templates. exporting the flash movies. End Exam: Viva. Total: 200. Int: 100. End Exam: Practical & Viva. UNIT IV: Form of Basic SQL Query – Examples of Basic SQL Queries – Introduction to Nested Queries – Correlated Nested Queries Set – Comparison Operators – Aggregative Operators – NULL values – Comparison using Null values – Logical connectivity‘s – AND. grid. Attributes and Entity sets – Relationships and Relationship sets – Additional features of ER Model – Concept Design with the ER Model – Conceptual Design for Large enterprises. key frames. Int: 50. design of text.sketch to make simple animations Making of Flash Movie. brushes. auto. transformation of graphics and text. optimizing on the file sizes. Defining paths. editing sound and videos Concepts of animation. understand symbols. UNIT III: Introduction to the Relational Model – Integrity Constraint Over relations – Enforcing Integrity constraints – Querying relational data – Logical data base Design – Introduction to Views – Destroying /altering Tables and Views. End Exam: 100.l (2D Animation) L/s: 12/Wk. fill and stoke colors. data base System VS file System – View of Data – Data Abstraction –Instances and Schemas – data Models – the ER Model – Relational Model – Other Models – Database Languages – DDL – DML – database Access for applications Programs – data base Users and Administrator – Transaction Management – data base System Structure – Storage Manager – the Query Processor UNIT II: History of Data base Systems. input of text. Cr: 4 UNIT I: Data base System Applications. creating simple movie clips.
Implementation of Atomicity and Durability – Concurrent – Executions – Serializability. Winston. Data base System Concepts.Remote Backup systems.OR and NOT – Impact on SQL Constructs – Outer Joins – Disallowing NULL values – Complex Integrity Constraints in SQL Triggers and Active Data bases. Theorem-proving.Date Pearson Education DT 603 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE L/s: 4/Wk. End Exam: 3hours. Fundamentals of Database Systems. Agents and environments. 1992 52 . Primary and Secondary Indexes – Index data Structures – Hash Based Indexing – Tree base Indexing – Comparison of File Organizations – Indexes and Performance TuningIntuitions for tree Indexes – Indexed Sequential Access Methods (ISAM) – B+ Trees: A Dynamic Index Structure. Int: 50. constrained satisfaction problems. Johannes Gehrke. Peter Rob & Carlos Coronel 7th Edition. Introduction to Database Systems. Korth. Natural Language Processing. Ginsburg. Vision. REFERENCES: 1. Reasoning in uncertain environments. UNIT VI: Transaction Concept. uninformed search. rule based representations. 2. Addison Wesley. UNIT VII: Recovery and Atomicity – Log – Based Recovery – Recovery with Concurrent Transactions – Buffer Management – Failure with loss of nonvolatile storage-Advance Recovery systems.Lock –Based Protocols – Timestamp Based ProtocolsValidation. Silberschatz. Data base Systems design. Essentials of Artificial Intelligence. Introduction to Artificial Intelligence . and Management. SECOND. Cr: 4 Course Contents: Introduction to AI. Data base Management Systems. Morgan Kaufmann. UNIT VIII: Data on External Storage – File Organization and Indexing – Cluster Indexes. Elmasri Navrate Pearson Education 3. Planning communication and multiagent systems. Artificial Intelligence . Addison-Wesley.Recoverability – Implementation of Isolation – Testing for serializability. Implementation. Raghurama Krishnan. frames or object oriented systems. C. Knowledge bases and expert systems. Total: 100. TEXT BOOKS: 1.Based Protocols – Multiple Granularity. logical formalisms. V edition. UNIT V: Schema refinement – Problems Caused by redundancy – Decompositions – Problem related to decomposition – reasoning about FDS – FIRST. Learning.Transaction State. network based approaches and mixed representations. THIRD Normal forms – BCNF – Lossless join Decomposition – Dependency preserving Decomposition – Schema refinement in Data base Design – Multi valued Dependencies – FORTH Normal Form. informed ("heuristic") search. McGraw hill. adversarial search. Knowledge representation and reasoning. Overview of LISP and PROLOG. 1993.J. 1985. Books and References: Charniak and Mcdermott. Problem solving by search. 3rd Edition. End Exam: 50. TATA McGrawHill 3rd Edition 2.
Legal Issues in Cyber Contracts. Concept of Jurisdiction. Indian Context of Jurisdiction. Types of Electronic Contracts. Cr: 3 The emerging jurisprudence of Cyber Space Defining Cyber Space. Legal Position of Database protection in U. Jurisdiction Issues and Copyright Infringement.Employment Contracts Consultant Agreements Contractor Agreements Sales. Subversion. Tresspass Defamation. Sedition.Copyrights vs Patents debate. Trademarks in Internet. End Exam: 50. Cyber Contract and IT Act 2000. Understanding the technology of Software. The Indian Law of Contract. Databases in Information Technology.DT 604 CYBER LAWS L/s: 4/Wk. Re-Seller and Distributor Agreements NonDisclosure Agreements Software Development & Licensing Agreements Shrink Wrap Contract Source Code Escrow Agreements. Cyber Contracts & Indian Legal Position. Protection of Databases. Construction of Electronic Contracts. Issues of Censorship. Mischief. on Computer related Patents. Infringement and Passing Off. Domain name registration. International context of Patents.S.. Software . Domain Name Disputes & WIPO Databases. Issues of Security Issues of Privacy Technical Issues in Cyber Contracts. Jurisdiction in Cyber Space. Freedom of Expression in Internet. Trademark Law in India. Fraud. International Positions on Free Speech in Internet 53 . European Position on Computer related Patents. Sui Generis Extraction Right Cyber Crimes Understanding Cyber Crimes. Understanding Electronic Contracts. Internet Jurisdiction. Total: 100. Understanding Cyber Space. Indian Position on Computer related Patents Trademarks. Stalking. Understanding Patents. Libel. Copyright in Internet Legal Issues in Internet and Software Copyright. European Legal position on Databases Indian Law on Databases. Interface of Technology and Law Defining Cyber Laws. Spam Freedom of Speech & Human Rights Issues in Internet. Crime in context of Internet –Actus Rea/Mens Rea. Remedies of Infringement. Authorship and Assignment Issues Commissioned Work and Work for Hire. Legal position of U. Indian Law on Shrink Wrap Contracts Drafting of Cyber Contracts IPR in Cyber Space Understanding Copy Right in Information Technology. Hacking. Idea/Expression dichotomy. Defining Crime. Multimedia and Copyright issues. Computing damage in Internet crime Indian Penal Law & Cyber Crimes. Software Piracy Patents.S. Understanding Trademarks. Int: 50. Privacy Issues. International position of Internet Jurisdiction Cases in Cyber Jurisdiction. Hate speech. End Exam: 3hours. Types of crime in Internet.
Energy audit instruments. Measurements. Special emphasis shall be given to the open source code software-their applications and customization for the specific needs in the context of energy simulation. Numerical methods. John A. bench marking. Fuel & energy substitution. scope and importance. Energy management (audit) approach: Understanding energy costs. Building envelope analyses. Cr: 4 Course Overview: A compulsory subject for all the undergraduate students of various discipline highlights significance of maintaining balance and sustainability of various components of the environment. etcCourse Introduction and Background. hard copy or CD. Duties and responsibilities of energy managers and auditors. Lighting Analyses. 2002.DT 605 ENERGY SIMULATION IN BUILDING DESIGN L/s: 4/Wk. Methods. Hemisphere. matching energy use to requirement. 54 . Beckman. Energy Conservation Act. and Thermal analysis of building components. mechanical equipment etc. Total: 100. Measuring and defining environmental development indicators. Students may be encouraged to prepare the algorithms and develop programs for simulation Introduction to Energy Audit Definition. maximizing system efficiencies. End Exam: Practical & Viva. need for simulation. Simulation of at least two building typologies to be undertaken. Introduction to DOE2 (eQUEST) software. Energy Auditing and Conservation. Numerical Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow. Parametric Analyses. End Exam: 3hours. HVAC System analyses. End Exam: 50. energy performance. Int: 50. Management & Case study. End Exam: 50. and Theoretical framework for energy simulation for buildings related to various aspects Energy simulation tools . IP or SI edition. Solar Engineering of Thermal Processes. ButterworthHeinemann. 1980 DT 606 ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES L/s: 4/Wk. S V Patankar. ISBN 0 7506 5082. ISBN: 0471510564 Hamies. 1980. need. Simulation of wind flowIntroduction to various simulation programs like Energy-plus. Cr: 4 Energy simulation –-HVAC. William A. 1991. Total: 100. Washington. Reference J A Clarke. Duffie. ISBN: 0891165223. brief history.Definition. Int: 50. design builder DOE. optimizing the input energy requirements. and types of energy audit. Energy Simulation in Building Design (2nd Edn). simulation as part of design process-various methods in simulation process. mass transfer. data collection. Objectives of the Course: To sensitize the students towards sustainable environment. Course Contents: Unit – I Environmental studies – Introduction: . the variables which effect energy consumption in buildings Fundamentals of energy. 2001 ASHRAE Handbook: Fundamentals.
.Floods. renewable and non-renewable energy sources use of alternate energy sources. . water logging. Role of an individual in conservation of natural resources. Unit .Use and over utilization of surface and ground water . fertilizer-pesticide problems. Case Studies . Case Studies.Role of an individual in prevention of pollution. Land resources: Land as a resource. Introduction.Use and over exploitation. consumers and decomposers.VIII 55 . land degradation. –Consumerism and waste products. aesthetic and option values Biodiversity at global. lakes.Value of biodiversity: consumptive use.Producers.VII Human Population and the Environment: Population growth. -Wasteland reclamation.Unit . ozone layer depletion. . Population explosion .Food resources: World food problems. effects and control measures of urban and industrial wastes. National and local levels.Family Welfare Programme. global warming. nuclear accidents and holocaust. Unit . Human Rights. -Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act. social. structure and function of the following ecosystem: (a) Forest ecosystem (b) Grassland ecosystem (c) Desert ecosystem (d) Aquatic ecosystems (ponds. acid rain. effects and control measures of: a) Air pollution b) Water pollution c) Soil pollution d) Marine pollution e) Noise pollution f) Thermal pollution g) Nuclear hazards Solid waste Management: Causes. . drought.Structure and function of an ecosystem.Energy flow in the ecosystem Ecological succession. case studies. –Case Studies. -Climate change.Timber extraction .II Environmental and Natural Resources: Renewable and nonrenewable resources Natural resources and associated problems -Forest resources . characteristic features. oceans.Definition: genetic. rivers. earthquake. changes caused by agriculture and overgrazing. cyclone and landslides.Food chains. . Cause. Equitable use of resources for sustainable lifestyles. streams. .Threats to biodiversity: habitat loss. Unit .III Basic Principles of Ecosystems Functioning: Concept of an ecosystem. productive use. soil erosion and desertification.Disaster management: floods. case studies .Environmental ethics: Issues and possible solutions. Unit . dams . . case studies.V Environmental Pollution: Definition.Mining.Hotsports of biodiversity .IV Biodiversity and its conservation: Introduction .Endangered and endemic species of India . Unit .benefits and problems . . watershed management -Resettlement and rehabilitation of people. Unit . environmental effects of extracting and using mineral resources. -Role of information Technology in Environment and human health. Value Education.Energy resources: Growing energy needs. .Conservation of biodiversity: In-situ and Ex-situ conservation of biodiversity.VI Social Issues and the Environment: From unsustainable to sustainable development Urban problems related to energy -Water conservation. Case studies. -Environment Protection Act.Issues involved in enforcement of environmental legislation. –Public awareness. species and ecosystem diversity. food webs and ecological pyramids. -Environment and human health. types. ethical. . dams and other effects on forest and tribal people . -Water (Prevention and control of Pollution) Act -Wildlife Protection Act -Forest Conservation Act .Mineral resources: Use and exploitation. effects of modern agriculture. deforestation. its problems and concerns. -Women and Child Welfare. -HIV/AIDS. Bio-geographical classification of India .Water resources . estuaries). manwildlife conflicts. rain water harvesting. . poaching of wildlife. man induced landslides. variation among nations.Pollution case studies. conflicts over water.India as a mega-diversity nation . salinity.
Reference book: Erach Bharucha. importance and Functions of Management. Types of mechanistic and organic structures of organisation (Line organization. EOQ. Programme Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT). Training and Development. Committee organization. Project Cost Analysis. lean and flat organization structure) and their merits. Virtual Organisation. Transfer. Cellular Organisation. insects. Leadership Styles. Unit . -Study of simple ecosystems pond. Herzberg‘s Two-Factor Theory of Motivation. Douglas McGregor‘s Theory X and Theory Y. inverted pyramid structure.Urban/Rural/industrial/ Agricultural Study of common plants. Project Crashing. Social responsibilities of Management. HRD and Personnel Management and Industrial Relations (PMIR). Job Evaluation and Merit Rating. team structure. Taylor‘s Scientific Management Theory. Deming‘s contribution to quality. Probability of Completing the project within given time. Unit -IV a) Materials Management: Objectives. (simple problems) 56 . Critical Path Method (CPM). p chart.Statistical Quality Control: chart.III Operations Management : Principles and Types of Plant Layout-Methods of production (Job. Marketing Mix. Purchase Procedure. Identifying critical path. Recruitment. Placement. Need for Inventory control. matrix organization. Line and staff organization. End Exam: --. R chart. DT 607 MANAGEMENT SCIENCE L/s: 3/Wk.PMIR. Stores Management and Stores Records.VI Project Management (PERT/CPM) : Network Analysis. batch and Mass Production). Systems Approach to Management.Field work: Visit to a local area to document environmental assets River /forest grassland/hill/mountain -Visit to a local polluted site.V Human Resources Management (HRM) : Concepts of HRM. demerits and suitability. Basic functions of HR Manager: Manpower planning. Acceptance Sampling. HRM vs. Channels of distribution Unit . Marketing Strategies based on Product Life Cycle. A Text Book of Environmental Studies for Undergraduate Courses. Maslow‘s Theory of Human Needs. c chart. boundaryless organization. Performance Appraisal. river. University Grants Commission. Work Study -Basic procedure involved in Method Study and Work Measurement. b) Marketing: Functions of Marketing. End Exam: --. Grievance Handling and Welfare Administration.I Introduction to Management: Concepts of Management and organization. Separation. birds. ABC Analysis. Cr: 3 Unit . etc. Fayol‘s Principles of Management. Int: 100. Promotion. functional organization. Mayo‘s Hawthorne Experiments. Selection. hill slopes. Wage and Salary Administration. (simple Problems). Total: 100.nature. Unit .II Designing Organisational Structures : Basic concepts related to Organisation Departmentation and Decentralisation. Unit .
8. Balanced Score Card. 2004. Six sigma and Capability Maturity Model (CMM) Levels. Parnell: Strategic Management. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP).Gauker.2003. 2004.VII Strategic Management : Mission. PHI. Production and Operations Management. Kotler Philip & Keller Kevin Lane: Marketing Mangement 12/e. Generic Strategy alternatives. Value Chain Analysis. L. Performance Management. Supply Chain Management. Objectives. Business Process outsourcing (BPO). 6/e. 5. 10. Wiley. New Delhi. 2005 3. 9/e. Poole & Wiesner: Management. Biztantra. REFERENCES: 1. Himalaya.Unit . Samuel C.Affiliated East-West Press.Glueck:Business Policy and Strategic Management.Duening & John M. Aryasri : Management Science. Environmental Scanning.2005. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Pearson Education. 2005 7. Kanishka Bedi. Frank Bros. TMH. 9. Business Process Re-engineering and Bench Marking. Personnel Management.VIII Contemporary Management Practices : Basic concepts of MIS. TMH. Strategy. Koontz & Weihrich: Essentials of Management.S. Elements of Corporate Planning Process. Unit .V. Materials Requirement Planning (MRP). PHI. 57 . Memoria & S. Capling. SWOT Analysis. Management. 2002. 6th Ed.Gupta &William F. 2. 2005 2. 2005.Ivancevich Management — Principles and Guidelines.Certo: Modern Management. Lawrence R Jauch. Goals. Just-In-Time (JIT) System.Srinath: PERT/CPM. Stoner. Biztantra. R. Thomas N. Gilbert. Programmes. Oxford University Press. 4. Freeman. Policy. End User Computing. 2004. Total Quality Management (TQM). Schermerhorn. 2005 6. Steps in Strategy Formulation and Implementation.2003. 25/e.
Int: 100.polygon modeling. terms of referenceIndustry standards in quality and the costs. 10 minute length movie using character. 58 . overcoming the software and hardware limitations.lighting concepts. Introduction to MAYA. Copyrighting the designs and processes. End Exam: 3hours. frames. Total: 100. Human anatomy. adding sound and special effects mixing special effects. Knowledge of alternative open source codes for the industry standard software. Character modeling. Cr: 8 Spline modeling. controlling the character. Total: 200. DT 702 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE L/s: 4/Wk.compound objects. working with paint effects. peer inspections. modeling using patches. Cr: 4 Project cycle.working with modifiers. types of lights. improving production processes. improvising and research into the user satisfaction levels. freedom animation. End Exam: 50. Students are required to create one neighborhood scene and walkthrough.UV unwrapping. Post production support and maintenance required for the client. Animation. Int: 50. High resolution modeling. colour corrections. one interior view and walkthrough. customizing them for the project purposes.assigning materials-developing materials for rendering. setting up lightingrendering using various types of rendering engines.Applying textures using nodes. SFX and VFX composing.pre-production studies. wire removal. formation of the project brief. End Exam: 100. artistic and truecolor renderings. half minute length commercial apart from practice renderings.Reducing production size.II (3D ANIMATION) L/s: 12/Wk. and controls for animation. colour gradient. Achieving required quality.NURBS modeling.photo-realistic. Rendering.defining the paths.Limitations of software and hardware. subdivision modeling. improving team effectiveness. Protecting Intellectual Property. Managing the limitations of software and hardware. walk through Video Streaming. rendering techniques with different rendering engines. End Exam: Viva.Standard and extended primitives -Surface modeling Introduction to NURBS modeling– curves and surfaces. composing with visual effects.SEVENTH SEMESTER DT 701 DIGITAL TECHNIQUES STUDIO. improving automation.using cameras.editing the animation clips.
VIII VR Programming-II: 3D Sprites. Total: 100. End Exam: 3hours.Eberly. William R.II 59 .3. conventional software Management performance.V Human Factors: Methodology and terminology.3 of Text Book (1)) UNIT .1.4 and 5. Evolution of Software Economics: Software Economics. 3D Modeling and surfacing. Int: 50. behaviour modeling. military applications. UNIT .2 of Text Book (1)). (5. commercial VR technology and the five classic components of a VR system. Alan Craig. navigation and manipulation. 5. interface.2 and 5..1.VI Applications: Medical applications. 2005. David H. Total: 100. kinematics modeling. Pearson Education.5 of Text Book (1)) UNIT . interfaces and gesture interfaces. using a lathe to make shapes.5 of Text Book (1)). Oreilly-SPD. 19 and 21 of Text Book (2)) TEXT BOOKS: 1.VII VR Programming-I: Introducing Java 3D. Elsevier(Morgan Kauffman). John Wiley & Sons. Elsevier(Morgan Kaufmann). particle systems.2 & 3. Gregory C. Killer Game Programming in Java. DT 704 PROJECT MANAGEMENT L/s: 4/Wk.III Output Devices: Graphics displays.Sherman. Cr: 3 UNIT . 3D Game Engine Design. Virtual Reality Systems. Bill Fleming. 2. Virtual Reality Technology. (Chapters 14. model management. 5. End Exam: 50. Cr: 4 UNIT-I Introduction: The three I‘s of virtual reality.2 and 7.1. Inc. sound displays & haptic feedback.1.II Input Devices: (Trackers. End Exam: 50. Andrew Davison. 7. 4. (2.3 and 1. John Vince. 2. UNIT . pragmatic software cost estimation. animated 3D sprites. (8. UNIT . UNIT .3.1. 16 and 17 of Text Book (2)) UNIT .DT 703 CONCEPTS OF INTERACTIVE AND VIRTUAL WORLDS L/s: 4/Wk.3 and 9.3 of Text Book (1)). (1. Navigation.IV Modeling : Geometric modeling. Int: 50.I Conventional Software Management : The waterfall model. (7.3 of Text Book (1)). loading and manipulating external models. 1. 2. Second Edition. user performance studies. REFERENCES : 1. 3. and Gesture Interfaces): Three-dimensional position trackers. Elsevier. 8. UNIT . (Chapters 18.1. End Exam: practical &Viva. (3.2 and 2. physical modeling. VR health and safety issues. robotics applications. Understanding Virtual Reality. Burdea & Philippe Coiffet. Application and Design.
Work Flows of the process: Software process workflows. life cycle expectations. Periodic status assessments. As it is mandatory that students subsequently carry the work into the Digital Techniques project. REFERENCES: 1.III Life cycle phases: Engineering and production stages. principles of modern software management. Pragmatic planning. The topic has to be approved by the committee and supervisor. Minor Milestones. End Exam: --. Iteration workflows. construction. UNIT . Elaboration. 3. End Exam: --. Int: 100. Joel Henry. The Project Environment. improving software processes. Management artifacts. transitioning to an iterative process. improving automation. Metrics automation. UNIT . 2005. Iterative Process Planning: Work breakdown structures. Periodic reviews will be held to facilitate exchange of ideas.Replacement (CCPDS-R) TEXT BOOK: 1. programmatic artifacts. pragmatic Software Metrics. Pearson Education.IV Model based software architectures: A Management perspective and technical perspective. Software Project Management. 2. Total: 100. clarify the issues pf concern and pave the 60 .Improving Software Economics : Reducing Software product size. peer inspections.V Checkpoints of the process: Major mile stones.VIII Future Software Project Management: Modern Project Profiles. Tailoring the Process: Process discriminants UNIT . Walker Royce: Pearson Education. Software Project Management.VII Project Control and Process instrumentation: The seven core Metrics. Software Project Management in practice. evolution of Organizations. interviews with experts and site visits wherever possible. improving team effectiveness. planning guidelines. Management indicators. Iteration planning process. Software Project Management. Achieving required quality. UNIT . Cr: 3 This subject forms the preliminary work on which the students‘ project in the next semester would be based. UNIT . Engineering artifacts. DT 705 PROJECT STUDIES L/s: 3/Wk. Pearson Education. inception. quality indicators. Project Organizations. cost and schedule estimating. modern process transitions.2005. students will have to submit a detailed proposal on the chosen topic. Bob Hughes and Mike Cotterell: Tata McGrawHill Edition. Therefore the objective of seminar in this semester is to encourage students to identify and select topics of interest and explore the theoretical issues based on extensive literature survey.VI Project Organizations and Responsibilities: Line-of-Business Organizations. Case Study: The command Center Processing and Display system. UNIT . Artifacts of the process: The artifact sets. Next generation Software economics. Pankaj Jalote. transition phases. The old way and the new: The principles of conventional software Engineering. Process Automation: Automation Building blocks.
REFERENCES: 1. selection of devices based and screen based controls.II The graphical user interface – popularity of graphics. PEARSON. Soren Lauesen . colors. choosing colors.IV Screen Designing : Design goals – Screen planning and purpose.1 COMPUTER HUMAN INTERACTION UNIT . UNIT .VII Software tools – Specification methods. End Exam: 50. Human interaction speeds. UNIT . Icons and increases – Multimedia.I Introduction : Importance of user Interface – definition. UNIT . importance of human characteristics human consideration. importance of good design. Cr: 4 DT 706.VI Components – text and messages.Principles of user interface. Int: 50. graphical system. Wilbert O Galitz. Note: Each student shall present a formal report and a seminar for final assessments. DT 706 ELECTIVE L/s: 4/Wk. UNIT .way for further study in the planning project. 3. organizing screen elements. Total: 100. GRE GORYD. 3rd Edition Ben Shneidermann . Interaction Design PRECE. Pearson Education Asia. Benefits of good design. Wiley Dreamtech. DT 706. Wiley DreamaTech. ordering of screen data and content – screen navigation and flow – Visually pleasing composition – amount of information – focus and emphasis – presentation information simply and meaningfully – information retrieval on web – statistical graphics – Technological consideration in interface design. A brief history of Screen design. Human – Computer Interaction. JANET FINCAY. UNIT .V Windows – New and Navigation schemes selection of window. ALAN DIX. Pearson Education. the concept of direct manipulation.III Design process – Human interaction with computers. Web user – Interface popularity. uses problems. 2. The essential guide to user interface design. RUSSELL BEALG. 2. ROGERS. Designing the user interface. understanding business junctions.2 E-COMMERCE 61 . Emphasis will be placed on clear understanding of the topic so that the student can work independently on the terminal project subsequently. UNIT . ABOWD. TEXT BOOKS : 1. SHARPS. UNIT .VIII Interaction Devices – Keyboard and function keys – pointing devices – speech recognition digitization and generation – image and video displays – drivers. End Exam: 3hours. Characteristics. User Interface Design. interface – Building Tools. characteristics.
UNIT . Whinston. Raymond Lee.Michael Chang. UNIT . strategies in dataflow testing.Document Library.Taudon. Kenneth C. UNIT . Tharam Dillon.IV Domain Testing:-domains and paths. application of path testing. domains and testability.VIII Multimedia .II Flow graphs and Path testing: Basics concepts of path testing.V Intra Organizational Commerce . application of dataflow testing. path instrumentation. Risks in Electronic Payment systems. E-Commerce. E-Commerce fundamentals and applications Hendry Chan. DT 706. UNIT . consequences of bugs. E-Commerce organization applications. Carol Guyerico Traver. transaction flow testing techniques. Automation Customization and internal Commerce. S. Technology. TEXT BOOK: 1. Commerce Catalogues. on-line marketing process. Supply chain Management.EDI. Electronic Commerce – Gary P. Ellizabeth Chang. EDI Implementation. Dataflow testing:. 62 . digital Document types. Efrain Turbon. domain testing. E-Commerce Consumer applications.VII Consumer Search and Resource Discovery . predicates.work Flow. Dichotomies. UNIT . Frontiers of electronic commerce – Kalakata. UNIT .Digital Token-Based.III Electronic payment systems . Nice & ugly domains. Advertising on Internet. Credit Cards. path sensitizing.I Introduction: Purpose of testing. David King. E-Commerce – Business. Digital Video and electronic Commerce.Information search and Retrieval. UNIT .VI Corporate Digital Library .II Consumer Oriented Electronic commerce . REFERENCES: 1.3 SOFTWARE TESTING METHODOLOGIES UNIT . UNIT . 3. Value added networks. 5. John Wiley. Smart Cards. 2. E-Commerce.Mercantile Process models.III Transaction Flow Testing: Transaction flows. domains and interfaces testing. taxonomy of bugs UNIT .Schneider – Thomson. Society. Information Filtering. Pearson. UNIT-IV Inter Organizational Commerce .I Electronic Commerce-Frame work. corporate Data Warehouses. Advertising and Marketing . path predicates and achievable paths. Desktop video conferencing. model for testing.key multimedia concepts.Jaiswal – Galgotia.Basics of dataflow testing. Desktop video processings.Information based marketing. H. UNIT . market research. anatomy of E-Commerce applications. Jae Lee. domain and interface testing. 4.
synchronization of test case. MAC addresses. State Graphs and Transition testing: State graphs. good & bad state graphs.Baris Beizer. 4. and ATM. UNIT-V Network Layer: Virtual circuit and Datagram subnets-Routing algorithm shortest path routing. Data link layer in HDLC. state testing.Prasad. Multi cast. Performance testing of a data base application and HTTP connection for website access. second edition.V Paths. Internet. TCP/IP and other networks models.X Standard Ethernet. Rotary for mobility. Bridges. Carrier sense multiple access. UNIT-III Data link layer: Design issues. Examples of Networks: Novell Networks . node reduction algorithm. Flooding. UNIT-IV Medium Access sub layer: A LOHA.Brian Marick. Slip. 706.Arpanet. MAN. Narrow band. UNIT . Art of Software Testing – Meyers. Perry. Internet working: The Network layer in the internet and in the ATM Networks. UNIT . power of a matrix. applications. UNIT –VI Dynamic routing – Broadcast routing. Usage of JMeter and Winrunner tools for functional / Regression testing.K.UNIT . creation of test script for unattended testing. 63 . The craft of software testing . UNIT –VII Transport Layer: Transport Services. Control Algorithms – General Principles – of Congestion prevension policies. Elementary Protocol-stop and wait. TEXT BOOKS: 1. UNIT-II Physical Layer: Transmission media copper.K. John Wiley. Sliding Window. distance vector routing. building tools. Pearson Education. path expressions. kv charts. IEEE 802.K. Software Testing techniques . Path products and Regular expressions: Path products & path expression. switching and encoding asynchronous communications. decision tables. Connection management. ATM AAL Layer Protocol. Dreamtech. REFERENCES: 1. LAN. TCP and UDP protocols. Broad cast. Software Testing Techniques – SPD(Oreille) 3. Pearson. Hierarchical routing. UNIT VIII: Graph Matrices and Application: Motivational overview. matrix of graph. CRC. specifications. reduction procedure. Testability tips. John Wiley. broad band ISDN and ATM. framing. relations.4 COMPUTER NETWORKS UNIT –I Introduction: OSI. Network Topologies WAN. Internet. Software Testing in the Real World – Edward Kit. Software Testing Tools – Dr. 2. 2. wireless LANS. 5. Effective methods of Software Testing. error detection and correction.VII State. Rapid testing. twisted pair wireless.VI Logic Based Testing: Overview. Congestion.V. Dreamtech. regular expressions & flow anomaly detection.
Clarke: Getting Started with Geographic Information Systems 64 . Aerial Remote Sensing. Spatial Data Entry into GIS. Thomson DT 707 GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS. Linking of Attribute Data. Stephen Wise: GIS Basics Tor Bernhardsen: Geographic Information Systems (An Introduction) Keith C. Spatial Information Security and Sharing. Data Structure for GIS. Maps.Third Edition TMH.3rd Edition. UNIT II Introduction to Remote Sensing Limitations of Traditional Surveys for Planning. An Engineering Approach to Computer Networks-S.II L/s: 4/Wk. Applications in Planning. Qualitative and Quantitative. Comparative Advantages and Disadvantages. Int: 50.A.Shay. Theme-wise map preparation from toposheets. Mapping and Spatial Analysis Software. Land Information Systems. Human Settlement Information Needs. Value of Information. Data and Information. SNMP. Pearson Education/PHI 2. Input and Output Devices. Spatial Data. References: Roger Tomlinson: Thinking about GIS. Interpretation of Survey of India toposheets of the district Theme-wise map preparation through satellite data. 4th Edition. Electronic Mail. Forouzan. Aerial and Satellite Remote Sensing. Information Security and Sharing. Introduction. Scales and Levels. W. Systems Hierarchy. TEXT BOOKS: 1. Total: 100. Data Communications and Networking – Behrouz A. Vector and Raster Data Structures. Limitations. Information Systems. Types. Mapping of other developed/ undeveloped villages in district. Base maps and Thematic maps. End Exam: Practical & Viva. Types. Identification of secondary data. Introduction to Digital Image Processing. Laboratory Exercises. Domain name system. Multi Media.UNIT –VIII Application Layer – Network Security. Limitations of GIS. Computer Networks — Andrew S Tanenbaum. Cr: 4 UNIT I Planning Information Systems Definition of Systems. the World WEB. End Exam: 50. Planning Information Systems. Applications and Limitations. Preconditions for using Planning Information Systems. Expected Outputs & Assignment Satellite data interpretation. Understanding communications and Networks. Introduction to various Planning Information Systems – Municipal Information Systems. Tools for Spatial Data Handling. Cadastre Systems. REFERENCES: 1. Computerized GIS. UNIT III Introduction to GIS Geographic Information Systems. Elements of Photo – Interpretation. Systems approach to planning as basis for planning Information Systems. Remote Sensing – Definition. Aggregation Data Generalization. 2nd Edition. Benefits. Components. Identification of resource utilization and future scenario. Aerial Photo Interpretation.Keshav. Pearson Education 2.
presentation. The student should involve herself/himself in various aspects of work in an office. will be issued at the end of the seventh Semester. End Exam: 200.. Cr: 15 Course Contents: Each student of Bachelor of Technology (Digital Techniques for Design and Planning) is required to prepare a dissertation / project on a subject concerning Digital Techniques for Design and Planning under a guide/adviser as approved by the Head of the Department. After completion of training. Total: 300. Cr: 10 Course Overview: Internship for a period of not less than 12 weeks. End Exam: Viva . one internal and head of the department or his nominee. which the student must strictly follow. End Exam: 150. Detailed instructions regarding the training. The particulars of schedule of internal Juries. Course Contents: Every student must work in an Office as a full-time trainee for a period of 12 calendar weeks (excluding Viva-voce) from the date of commencement of training. Total: 200. Int: --. as decided by the department from time to time. The dissertation / project will provide an opportunity to the student to synthesize the knowledge and skills acquired through the learning of various theories and practices during the course. shall be strictly followed. one internal and head of the department or his nominee. format. three copies of the report in the specified format and in a soft copy and a physical or digital / virtual model should be submitted to the department after obtaining the approval of the respective guide/ adviser. etc.EIGHTH SEMESTER DT 801 INTERNSHIP L/s: -/Wk. at its convenience. The Chief in the firm should have a minimum of five years of practical/professional experience after her/his graduation. After submission of the report the department at its convenience will arrange for the conduct of the viva-voce examination. DT 803 SEMINAR / PAPER (PHILOSOPHY) 65 . Int: 150. At the end of the semester. content. This report will be evaluated at a vivavoce by a jury consisting of one external. DT 802 PROJECT L/s:30/Wk. every student will have to submit a detailed report with a set of drawings on at least two projects on which she/he has worked during the twenty calendar weeks of the practical training period. each student is expected to submit all original drawings prepared as per the department's specifications. The department shall schedule the final viva-voce a jury consisting of one external. the frequency of reporting to the department. End Exam: Viva. etc. Objectives of the Course: To provide experience in practical aspects of digital techniques for Design and planning Expected Skills / Knowledge Transferred: The skills required for a student to grow into a professional. only after the receipt of the dissertation submission by a student.
UNIT III Tests of truth . ethics and management. UNIT II Epistemology and its ideas . organism views . Upanishads. social forces. skepticism. Swarajya and rural development .as India of Indian philosophy and isms .teleology . Int: 100. Naturalism. etc. Radhakrishna . process.definitions of Philosophy. the dialectic method. Yoga. Theories of value and reality UNIT IV Review of the basic tenets of the various schools Vedas.utopian ideals.doctrine of innate ideas.the Nyaya. Major philosophical thinkers of the world and of India and their ideas from Socrates to Mahatma Gandhi and S. logical empiricism. Vyseshika. Tantra.materialism and dialectic materialism. rationalism. End Exam: --. Vedanta. Satyagraha. Jainism. self and freedom of the will. empiricism.causation . Buddhism. Saiva etc.creationism and other theories.L/s: 5/Wk. End Exam: --. Cr: 5 Course Contents: UNIT I Philosophy as differentiated from science . Sankya. alternative paradigms to planning in 66 . Gandhi‘s philosophy of Ahimsa. Brahmanas. pragmatism and idealism . Mimamsa. Ontology . methods. genetic theory of knowledge. Theories of the mind. values. evolutionary theory of knowledge. Siddhanta.realism. mechanism. goals. critical theory of knowledge.idea of causality and finality – contingency. Total: 100. intuitionism.
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