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(An Autonomous Institute Affiliated to RGPV, Bhopal)
Applicable to Branch: CSE

Subject Title
Soft Computing

Subject Code
CS -1181

Grade for End Sem


CGPA at the end
of Every even




Unit – I Soft Computing
Introduction of soft computing, soft computing vs. hard computing, various types of soft
computing techniques, applications of soft computing.
Artificial Intelligence : Introduction, Various types of production systems, characteristics of
production systems, breadth first search, depth first search techniques, other Search Techniques
like hill Climbing, Best first Search, A* algorithm, AO* Algorithms and various types of control
strategies. Knowledge representation issues, Prepositional and predicate logic, monotonic and
non monotonic reasoning, forward Reasoning, backward reasoning, Weak & Strong Slot & filler
structures, NLP.
Unit – II Neural Network
Structure and Function of a single neuron: Biological neuron, artificial neuron, definition of
ANN, Taxonomy of neural net, Difference between ANN and human brain, characteristics and
applications of ANN, single layer network, Perceptron training algorithm, Linear separability,
Widrow & Hebb;s learning rule/Delta rule, ADALINE, MADALINE, AI v/s ANN. Introduction
of MLP, different activation functions, Error back propagation algorithm, derivation of BBPA,
momentum, limitation, characteristics and application of EBPA.
Unit – III Counter propagation network
Architecture, functioning & characteristics of counter Propagation network, Hopfield/ Recurrent
network, configuration, stability constraints, associative memory, and characteristics, limitations
and applications. Hopfield v/s Boltzman machine. Adaptive Resonance Theory: Architecture,
classifications, Implementation and training. Associative Memory.
Unit – IV Fuzzy Logic
Fuzzy set theory, Fuzzy set versus crisp set, Crisp relation & fuzzy relations, Fuzzy systems:
crisp logic, fuzzy logic, introduction & features of membership functions, Fuzzy rule base
system : fuzzy propositions, formation, decomposition & aggregation of fuzzy rules, fuzzy
reasoning, fuzzy inference systems, fuzzy decision making & Applications of fuzzy logic.
Unit – V Genetic algorithm
Fundamentals, basic concepts, working principle, encoding, fitness function, reproduction,
Genetic modeling: Inheritance operator, cross over, inversion & deletion, mutation operator,
Bitwise operator, Generational Cycle, Convergence of GA, Applications & advances in GA,
Differences & similarities between GA & other traditional methods.

Synthesis & applications.N.N. PHI Publication  Klir & Yuan . Neural Networks. TMH.  Bose. Principles of Soft Computing.& Appl. Neural Network fundamental with Graph . TMH  Kosko: Neural Network & Fuzzy System. Deepa.Fuzzy sets & Fuzzy Logic: Theory & Appli.References :  S.PHI Pub. New Delhi.  Hagen. Vijayalakshmi Pai. Rajasekaran & G. Fuzzy Logic & Genetic Algorithms.A. Sivanandam & S. Neural Network Design..  S. Cengage Learning . Algo. PHI Publication. Wiley Publications  Rich E and Knight K. Artificial Intelligence.

Apache. legalities and technologies. Process of Web Publishing. Forms Control. Embedding XML into HTML documents. Converting XML to HTML for Display.Commerce: Business Models. Elements. Audio and Video Support with HTML Database integration. Modes & Approaches.3 Technologies for Web Applications I: HTML and DHTML: Introduction. Introduction to CGI. Motivation. Grouping Content. Directories search engines and Meta search engines. Good & bad web design. Search strategies.2 Information Architecture: Role. World Wide Web: Introduction to TCP/IP and WAP. UNIT. case study-IIS. Ways to use. JAVA SCRIPT.“D” 5.5 E. TelNet. Positioning with Style sheets. SET. Web Servers: Introduction. NEFT. Tables. Form Elements. web personalization . caching. Web-site enhancement.0 UNIT-1 Web Engineering: Introduction. Creating an E-commerce Web Site.P. Indexing the Right Stuff. PHP. HTTP and FTP.) (An Autonomous Institute Affiliated to RGPV. Backgrounds. submission of website to search engines. Email. Infrastructure. Fonts. Image Preliminaries. Software Engineering v/s Web Engineering. Browser and search engines: Introduction. Internet Banking. Structure of documents. Features. Colors and Text. Time line. Electronic Publishing issues. Collaboration and Communication. Architectural Page Mockups. Search fundamentals. RTGS. Electronic Payment Systems: Electronic Cash. DTD. Marketing & Advertising Concepts. Digital Certificates & Signatures. UNIT. Design Sketches. Validation of documents. UNIT. Frames and layers. Ontology. HighLevel Design. Linking. Layouts. Navigation Systems. Relationship between HTML. History. Evolution and Need. 3D Secure Protocol. Organizing Web sites parameters and Intranets Website Design: Development. Design issues. Organizing Information. Image Maps. JSP. approaches. ASP & AJAX. HTML Vs XML. Working of the search engines. Displaying XML using CSS and XSL. DNS. Semantic web. Secure Web document. Environment and Opportunities. Organizational Challenges. XML for data files.“D” Min.SAMRAT ASHOK TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE (ENGG. Cookies: Creating and Reading UNIT-4 Technologies for Web Applications II: XML: Introduction. COLLEGE). Categories & Characteristics of Web Applications. Web Engineering Models. Credit/Debit Card. Bhopal) Applicable to Branch: CSE Branch Subject Title Subject Code CSE Web Engineering CS -1182 Grade for End Sem Theory Practical CGPA at the end of Every even semester Min. Rewriting HTML as XML. . Meta Information. Development phases. Conceptual Design. PERL. Searching Systems. Semantic Web Services. SSL. Anchor Attributes. Security: Firewalls. CSS. VIDISHA (M. SGML and XML.

P. “Web Technologies”.Pressman. Xavier.Java script. Tata McGraw Hill 3. “Web server Programming” Wiley 5. 9. Deitel. A. by: H.B.J. “An Introduction to XML and Web Technologies”. “Web Technologies: Black Book”. Achyut S Godbole and Atul Kahate. Roger S. 2007 2. Pearson Education New Delhi. BPB . Kogent. 10 Ivan Bay Ross. “Web Programming: Building Internet applications” Wiley 6.Recommended Books: 1. PHI 4. Deitel. Akilandeswari. Dreamtech 8. Neil Gray. Goldberg. “Web Engineering”.DHTML. 3rd edition. C. Gopalan N P . Pearson education. Chris Bates. Tata Mc Graw Hill Publication. “Web Technology & Design ”.M. David Lowe. Moller.Perl CGI” . Internet & World Wide Web How to Program. “Web Technology: A Developer s Perspective” . “HTML. Tata McGraw Hill. 2009 7.

Strategies and options for similarity search . finding genes through mathematics & learning.Rastogi .Bergeron . tools for proteome analysis. Network properties and analysis.Gopal & Jones. CBS Pub 3. Genes prediction tools. proteinpurification and characterization. Bioinformatics . COLLEGE). Gene Mapping. structure of DNA & RNA. Bioinformatics computing . Modes of Gene Expression data.P. Feature Extraction. Multiple sequence Alignment. List of References 1. Application of Mapping. Introduction to Java clients. Micrarray BioInformatics . protein function. PHI 4. structure of bacterial chromosome.Baxevanis . skills & Applications . Genomic analysis for DNA & Protein sequences . Cambridge .0 Unit-I Introduction Introduction to bioinformatics.Stekel .TMH Pub 2.Claverie . Models for sequence analysis. VIDISHA (M. Unit-III Sequence Alignment and database searching Introduction to sequence analysis. Data cleaning and transformation. Using MYSQL. Mining the Gene Expression Data Unit-V Proteomics & Problem solving in Bioinformatics Proteome analysis.SAMRAT ASHOK TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE (ENGG. Unit-II Bioinformatics Databases & Image Processing Types of databases.“D” Min. Bioinformatics –Concepts . complete pathway simulation: E-cell. Protein sequence databases. Genes. BIOINFORMATICS with fundamentals of Genomics & Proteomics . Wiley Pub 6. Protein structure databases. Biological decoder ring. Normalization. objectives of bioinformatics. Methods of optimal alignment. Data maintenance and Integrity Tasks.) (An Autonomous Institute Affiliated to RGPV.“D” 5. Tools for sequence alignment. Bhopal) Applicable to Branch: CSE Branch CSE Subject Title Subject Code Grade for End Sem Bioinformatics CS -1183 (A) Theory Practical CGPA at the end of Every even semester Min. flowcharts for protein structure prediction . Basic chemistry of nucleic acids. Wiley pub 5. Protein folding. cloning methodology. Unit-IV Gene Finding and Expression Cracking the Genome. Bioinformatics . Heuristic Methods. CORBA. Nucleotide sequence databases. Dynamics Programming. Genetic networks.

Digital Image Processing. Discrete Fourier transforms.P. Simple methods of representation. Walsh transformation. 2. 5. Hadmord transformation.“D” Min. Image subtraction. Edge linking and boundary detection. Signatures. Pratt. Error free compression. Skeleton of a region.) (An Autonomous Institute Affiliated to RGPV. TMH. Line detection. Polynomial approximation. Global processing via Hough transforms and graph theoretic techniques. Low pass filtering. Richard E Woods 3rd Edition. Detection of discontinuation by point detection. Local analysis. Histogram based processing.0 Unit-I Digital Image fundamentals A simple image model. Sonka. Imaging geometry. Image sharpening by High pass filtering. Bhopal) Applicable to Branch: CSE Branch CSE Subject Title Digital Image Processing Subject Code Grade for End Sem CS -1183 (B) Theory Practical CGPA at the end of Every even semester Min.“D” 5. Relationship between pixels. edge detection. Quantizer. Fast Fourier transform. Unit-II Image transformations Introduction to Fourier transforms. Averaging. Dilation. Coder. Opening and closing. Nedion filtering. References: 1. Rafael C Gonzalez. Digital Image Processing Pearson. Digital Image Processing. crosses. Unit-IV Image encoding and segmentation Encoding: Mapping. Cengage Learning 4 Jayaraman. . Rafael C Gonzalez. Sampling and Quantization. 3. Unit-V Mathematical morphology Binary. Fundamentals of Digital Image Processing . Image acquisition systems. Image smoothing. VIDISHA (M. Wiley India 6 Annadurai. COLLEGE). Digital Image Processing using Matlab – TMH. Boundary segments. Richard E Woods 3rd Edition. Unit-III Image enhancement Filters in spatial and frequency domains. Digital Image Processing & Computer Vision .SAMRAT ASHOK TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE (ENGG. Lossy Compression schemes. Different types of digital images. Discrete Cosine Transformation. JPEG Compression standard.Pearson Education .

Data Oriented CDPD Network. HomeRF. Dharma Prakash Agrawal “Introduction to Wireless and Mobile Systems” CENGAGE Learning. Bhopal) Applicable to Branch: CSE Branch Subject Title Subject Code Grade for End Sem CSE Wireless Network CS -1183 (C) Theory Practical CGPA at the end of Every even semester Min. Radio Resources and Power Management. Mobile Application Protocols. Wireless Network Operations: Mobility Management. TDMA. SDMA. Unit IV Introduction to Wireless LAN Evolution of WLAN. Channel Measurement and Modelling Techniques. References 1. Technologies for Home Area Network (HAN). Modulation Techniques – AM. HIPERLAN.“D” Min. COLLEGE). Interference between Bluetooth and 802. QAM.An Zeng. Reference Architecture.15 WPAN. 2. EDGE and High Data Rates.5 G Mobile Networks: GPRS and EDGE”. FM. Jochen Schiller “ Mobile Communications”.5 G and 3 G Networks. Dr. Adhoc Networks. Path Loss Modelling and Signal Coverage.0 Unit I Introduction of Wireless Networks Different Generations of Wireless Networks.“D” 5. PEARSON . OFDM. Characteristics of the Wireless Medium: Radio Propagation Mechanisms. Qing. Unit III Multiple Division Techniques FDMA. PHI 5.11. Comparison of Multiple Division Techniques. PHI. Effect of Multipath and Doppler. TMH 4.) (An Autonomous Institute Affiliated to RGPV. Nishit Narang. Unit II Network Planning Introduction.11. 16QAM Mobile Data Networks: Introduction. GPRS. Bluetooth. QPSK. PSK. KAMILO FEHER “Wireless Digital Communications” . VIDISHA (M. Network Planning for CDMA Systems. Introduction to 2. Prashant Krishnamurthy “principles of Wireless Networks”. A P Priyanka “2. Kaveh Pahlavan. FSK. UNIT V Standards IEEE 802. Sumit Kasera. Cellular Topology.P. 3. CDMA. SMS in GSM. Overview of IEEE 802. PHY and MAC Layer.SAMRAT ASHOK TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE (ENGG. Wireless ATM. Cell Fundamentals Signal to Interferences Radio Calculations. Wireless Home Networking. Wireless Network Topologies.

References : 1. John R. 2000. Types of Business Computer Forensic Technology. Cyber Laws and IT Protection.“D” Min. 2000: Status of Electronic Records as Evidence. Analyzing Malicious software. insurgents and extremist group etc. Mishing. session hijacking. Buffer and Overflow.0 UNIT I Introduction to Cyber Crime Challenges of cyber crime. Web server hacking. Hacking. session hijacking.SAMRAT ASHOK TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE (ENGG. Strategies to tackle Cyber Crime and Trends. 2005 3. Types and techniques of Credit Card Frauds. Proving Electronic Messages. virus and worms. Sunit Belapure Pub: Willey-India 5. 4. Vacca. Principles of Cyber crime. Computer Network Intrusions. Proof and Management of Electronic Records. Relevancy. Pub:PHI.P. Cyber Law Simplified. Pub: TMH. trends in Mobility Credit Card Frauds in Wireless Computing. Corporate Cyber Forensics. CharlesRiver Media. Classifications of Cybercrimes: E-Mail Spoofing. Bhopal) Applicable to Branch: CSE Branch CSE Subject Title Cyber Security Subject Code Grade for End Sem CS -1184 (A) Theory Practical CGPA at the end of Every even semester Min. UNIT V Introduction to Cyber Forensics Information Security Investigations. Jonathan Clough Cambridge University Press 2. UNIT IV Cyber Crime and Criminal justice Concept of Cyber Crime and the IT Act. Virtual Crime . Harish Chander. Software Piracy. Internet Time Theft. Phishing Techniques. Vivek Sood. Vishing. UNIT II Cybercrime on Mobile and Wireless Device Proliferation of Mobile and Wireless Devices. The Indian Evidence Act of 1872 v. Attack on Wireless Networks. Teenage Web Vandals. Perception of cyber criminals: hackers. Scientific Method in Forensic analysis. COLLEGE). investigating large scale Data breach cases. Defamation. Password Sniffing. Other IT Act Offences. Web servers hacking. Keyloggers and Spyware. Data Diddling. Cyber Security by Nina Godbole. DoS and DDoS Attacks . jurisdiction and Cyber Crimes. Spamming. 2nd Edition. Trojan Horses. Admissibility and Probative Value of E-Evidence. Smishing & Hacking Bluetooth. Specialized Forensics Techniques.“D” 5. Attacks on Mobiles: Mobile Viruses. VIDISHA (M. Proving Digital Signatures. Cyber Fraud and Cheating. Web jacking. Harassment and E-mail Abuse. Online Frauds. Information Technology Act. Phishing : Method of Phishing. . UNIT III Tools and Methods in Cybercrime Proxy Servers and Anonymizers. Computer Forensics:Computer Crime Scene Investigation. Backdoors. Types of Computer Forensics Technology. Nature of Criminality.) (An Autonomous Institute Affiliated to RGPV. Identity Theft. cyber terrorism. Password Cracking. Salami attack/Salami Technique. Monetary Penalties. Proof of Electronic Agreements.

“D” Min.SAMRAT ASHOK TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE (ENGG. Introduction to Robotics . Pearson Pub 3. Sensor Classification . Bhopal) Applicable to Branch: CSE Branch CSE Subject Title Robotics Subject Code Grade for End Sem CS -1184 (B) Theory Practical CGPA at the end of Every even semester Min. List of References 1. State space Representation and control . and Transformations . Transformation and Sensors Robot Architecture . Mappings :Changing descriptions from Frame to Frame .P. 2.TMH Pub . Orientations and Frames .Craig . Control considerations .Rotations .Mechanics and control . Robot Classification . Equivalent Joint Torques . TMH Pub. Force Ellipsoid. Robotics .Connection Description .Saha . Robot Programming . Computational speed . Velocity Analysis: Jacobian Matrix . Cartesian and force controls Unit-V Motion Planning and Computer for Robots Joint space Planning . Unit-III Kinematics Link. Technology of Robots .Position and orientation Trajectories . Stability . Dynamics Algorithms . Feedback Control . Vision system .) (An Autonomous Institute Affiliated to RGPV.Cartesian space planning . Coordinate Transformations . Forward and Inverse Positional Analysis . Continuous path Generation . Robot subsystems. VIDISHA (M.Operators: Translations . Recursive Calculation . Performance of feedback control systems .Ghosal .External sensors .Niku . Descriptions: Positions . Transform Equations . PHI 5. Unit-IV Control Control Techniques .Fu . Hardware requirements . Robotics –Fundamental Concepts and Analysis . System & Applications . Internal Sensors . Statics: Forces and Moment Balance .0 Unit-I Introduction Introduction to robotics . sensor selection . Joint controller . Hardware architecture . Acceleration analysis . Second order Linear systems . Dynamics : Inertia Properties . Oxford Pub. Introduction to Robotics:Analysis .“D” 5. Introduction to Robotics .Robot Usage . COLLEGE). Basic Principles in robotics Unit-II Spatial Descriptions . 4. Point to Point Planning .Link Velocities . Non linear Trajectory Control . A case study for Autonomous Mobile Robot .

References :1) Muthukumaran. LAR. Route reconfiguration time. DSR.Pearson Publication 4) High speed N/WS & Internals. Applications of Adhoc wireless Networks.. COLLEGE). Packet Switching Vs frame relay N/WS. ATM Cells. Unit – V High Speed Networks High Speed Networks Frame relays. SSR. TMH 2) CK Toh. RDMAR. Adhoc Mobile Wireless Networks Protocols & Systems. Route discovery time. fiber channel wireless LANS. Existing Adhoc MAC Protocol. Cengage Learning . CSGR. High Speed LANS. Wireless Sensor N/WS. Pearson. ATM protocol architecture.Pearson Publication 3) C-Siva Ram Murthy & B S Majo . Unit – IV Performance Communication Performance of Adhoc Networks . traffic Profiles. Communication throughput performance. ATM Logical Connection. Heterogeneity in Mobile devices. Architectures Protocols Pearson. Intorduction to high Performance Network. Types of Adhoc Mobile Communications.Table Driver Approaches :. Issues in Adhoc wireless N/WS. Challenges facing Ad hoc mobile N/WS. Problems in Adhoc channel Access Receiver Initiated MAC protocols. End to End Delay Performance. TORA.P. Pearson Publication 5) Computer System& Network. FAST Ethernet. Asychronous transfer node. Types of Mobile Host movements. Bluldell. Performance & QOS William Stalling. VIDISHA (M. ZRP. PAR. IInd Edition. WRP. Source Initiated On demand Approaches : AODV.DSDV. Cellular vs Adhoc wireless Networks. Energy Conservation & Power life issues. Adhoc Wireless Networks. AAL.“D” 5.“D” Min. Initiated MAC Protocol. Sender.0 Speed Network Unit – I Adhoc Wireless Networks Introduction.) (An Autonomous Institute Affiliated to RGPV.SAMRAT ASHOK TECHNOLOGICAL INSTITUTE (ENGG. Packet loss performance. Unit – III Routing Protocols Overview of Adhoc Routing Protocols :. Unit –II Adhoc Wireless Media Access Protocols Introduction Synchronous MAC Protocol & asynchronous MAC protocol. Bhopal) Applicable to Branch: CSE Branch Subject Title Subject Code Grade for End Sem CSE MANET & High CS -1184 (C) Theory Practical CGPA at the end of Every even semester Min.