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The course instrcutions include lectures, tutorials and laboratory work.

The course material taught at master level in first year is intended to give a comprehensive grounding as conversion course to the graduates with little knowledge of computer science although graduates are required to have had some previous experience of programming. Graduates with a strong mathematics are most likely to obtain maximum benefit from the course. During the second year of master program, courses are offered to the students along with a project study. The choice of optional courses and projects available to a students depends upon the schedule of lectures and avialibility of the faculty.CODE TITLE CS-501FUNDAMENTALS OF DIGITAL COMPUTERS CS-502AUTOMATA THEORY CS-503STATISTICAL METHODS CS-504STATISTICAL METHODS ADVANCED CS-505NUMERICAL COMPUTING-I CS-506NUMERICAL COMPUTING-II CS-507LINEAR PROGRAMMING CS-508LINEAR PROGRAMMING ADVANCED CS-509PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES CS-510PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE ADVANCED CS-511MODELS AND INFERENCE CS-512ADVANCE ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE CS-601DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM CS-602STRUCTURED PROGRAMMING CS-603OPERATIONS RESEARCH CS-604OPERATIONS RESEARCH ADVANCED CS-605DIGITAL AND ANALOG COMPUTERS AND SERVO MECHANISM CS-606DECISION THEORY CS-607NUMERICAL COMPUTING ADVANCED-I CS-608NUMERICAL COMPUTING ADVANCED-II CS-609INTRODUCTORY COMPUTER SIMULATION CS-610APPLICATION TO COMPUTER SIMULATION OPTIONAL COURSESCS-611 SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN-I CS-612SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN-II CS-613OPERATING SYSTEMS CS-614ADVANCE COBOL PROGRAMMING CS-615SOFTWARE ENGINEERING CS-616ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE CS-617EXPERT SYSTEM CS-618COMPUTER GRAPHICS CS-619MICROPROCESSOR & APPLICATIONS CS-620COMPILER INSTRUCTION CS-621GRAPH THEORY CS-622DATA COMMUNICATION AND NETWORKS

CS-691THESIS CS-692THESIS CS-693PROJECT Some new courses such as Artificial Neural Networking, Client Servier Technology, Advanced Computer Graphics, Management Information Systems(MIS), Projecft Management, Image Analysis, Computer Architecture and Design, Advanced Data Communication & Networking are being introduced.

Math Page | Science Pages | Worsley SchoolA box and whisker graph is used to display a set of data so that you can easily see where most of the numbers are. For example, suppose you were to catch and measure the length of 13 fish in a lake:

A box and whisker plot is based on medians. The first step is to rewrite the data in order, from smallest length to largest:

Now find the median of all the numbers. Notice that since there are 13 numbers, the middle one will be the seventh number: This must be the median (middle number) because there are six numbers on each side. The next step is to find the lower median. This is the middle of the lower six numbers. The exact centre is half-way between 8 and 9 ... which would be 8.5 Now find the upper median. This is the middle of the upper six numbers. The exact centre is half-way between 14 and 14 ... which must be 14

Now you are ready to construct the actual box & whisker graph. First you will need to draw an ordinary number line that extends far enough in both directions to include all the numbers in your data:

First, locate the main median 12 using a vertical line just above your number line: Now locate the lower median 8.5 and the upper median 14 with similar vertical lines:

Next, draw a box using the lower and upper median lines as endpoints: Finally, the whiskers extend out to the data's smallest number 5 and largest number 20: This is a box & whisker plot! But what does it mean? What information about the data does this graph give you? Well, it's obvious from the graph that the lengths of the fish were as small as 5 cm, and as long as 20 cm. This gives you the range of the data ... 15. You also know the median, or middle value was 12 cm. Since the medians (three of them) represent the middle points, they split the data into four equal parts. In other words:one quarter of the data numbers are less than 8.5 one quarter of the data numbers are between 8.5 and 12 one quarter of the data numbers are between 12 and 14 one quarter of the data numbers are greater than 14 The shading below, as an example, shows the quarter of the numbers that are between 12 and 14: Here is a picture of the quarter of the data that is between 8.5 and 12. Notice that the data is more spread out here: This picture is showing where half the data numbers are. Half of all the fish caught had a length between 8.5 and 14 centimetres: Get the idea? See if you can answer the following question: "Below what value is three quarters of the data?"

(Scroll down to see if you got it right!) . . . . . . The answer: "Three quarters of the data is below 14." Now you know all about box plots!