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GANPAT UNIVERSITY

GANPAT VIDYANAGAR CAMPUS KHERVA FACULTY OF COMPUTER APPLICATIONS DEGREE OF MASTER OF COMPUTER SCIENCE M. Sc. (CS) (Two-year Postgraduate Degree Course)

TO BE EFFECTIVE FROM JUNE 2008

Regulation For Award of M. Sc. (CS)
To Be Implemented From The Academic Year 2008 – 09

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Scheme for Teaching and Examination for the M. Sc. (CS) Programme Objective: The objective of this course is to produce skilled professionals with proficiency in the areas of computer Science, Application and Information Technology. The candidates acquiring M. Sc. (CS) degree are expected to be able to function as System Manager/ Systems Analyst/ Software Engineer/ Faculty Member to impart teaching and training/ Research and development Scientist. RULES: REG. X.01: (1) The eligibility criteria for admission to first year of two year Master of Computer Science M. Sc. (CS) programme must have passed bachelor’s degree examination under (10+2+3) or (10+2+4) pattern in computer Science /application/Engineering/Information Technology, i.e. B.C.A., B.Sc. (Computer Science), B.I.T., B.E. (CS), B.E. (IT) etc. (2) Candidate who has passed an equivalent examination from university other than Ganpat University shall have to produce the Eligibility Certificate from the Ganpat University. REG. X.02: The duration of the M. Sc. (CS) programme shall be two years, divided in four semesters i.e Sem–I, Sem-II, Sem–III, and Sem–IV. All four semesters shall not be offered simultaneously. In general, semesters-I and III shall be offered in the first half of academic year and semesters-II, and IV shall be offered in the second half of the academic year. The medium of the instruction/Examination will be English. REG. X.03: Eligibility for appearing in any semester examination for Master of Computer Science M. Sc. (CS) shall be granted, provided (1) The student has registered at least 75 % attendance in theory and practical separately; the minimum requirement may be condoned up to 10%, with the approval of Director on the recommendation of Principal in individual cases for valid reasons. (2) Student has to show good conduct and behavior within campus during the studies. REG. X.04: In Semester Examinations, in each subject theory and practical will be considered as a separate head. Student must have to pass in individual head. If subjects consist of theory and practical, student must pass theory and practical head individually. In case of failing in subject student has to reappear in the failing head only. REG. X.05: In order to pass a Semester Examination a student has to obtain at least 40 % marks in each head in Internal Examination and University Examination. Passing Standard To passes the examination, a Candidate must obtain in each head: a. At least 40 % of marks in the University Examination (i.e. minimum 28 marks out of 70 marks). b. At least 40 % marks in the Internal Examination (i.e. minimum 12 marks out of 30 marks). c. Student must have pass theory and practical separately. d. In case of scoring less than 40% marks in any head then student has to reappear in that head only.

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REG. X.06: (1) A student failing in any Semester Examination maximum up to three subjects will be permitted to prosecute the subsequent semester according to the following provisions: a. A student failing in the First Semester will be permitted to prosecute studies for the Second Semester but will not be permitted to go to the Third Semester until he has cleared First Semester. b. A student failing in the Second Semester will be permitted to prosecute studies for the Third Semester but will not be permitted to go to the Fourth Semester until he has cleared Second Semester. c. A student failing in the Third Semester will be permitted to prosecute studies for the Fourth Semester. . (2) A student who is eligible for admission to the next semester shall be admitted to that semester only if that semester is current semester in the academic calendar. That is, if a student at a given point of time becomes eligible for admission to semester-III and the institute is offering semester-II, and IV, in its calendar at that point of time, Student have to wait for one semester to seek admission to semester-III. REG. X.07: A student, who has passed all examinations of two-year degree programme, that is, examinations of the Semester-I to Semester-IV shall be eligible to receive degree of Master of Computer Science M. Sc. (CS). REG. X.08: All the semesters from Semester-I to Semester-IV are of equal weightage. On successful completion of M. Sc. (CS) program the aggregate of all the passed semesters will be the basis for the award of class. REG. X.09: Award of class: a. First class with Distinction: 70 % or more marks in aggregate of all Semester-I to Semester-IV. b. First class: 60% or more marks in aggregate of Semester-I to Semester-IV. c. Second class: 50% or more marks in aggregate of Semester-I to Semester-IV d. Pass class: 40% or more marks in aggregate of Semester-I to Semester-IV. Student who has not passed Semester-III and Semester-IV in single seating shall not be eligible for award of class, viz. First class with distinction, First class, Second class, Pass class as the case may be, such students, on passing, shall be marked "PASS", if such a student reappear in all subjects of Semester-III (University Examination) for Single seating passing, will be eligible for award of class. REG. X.10: The curriculum structure with teaching and examination scheme shall be as shown in the ANNEXURE-I. REG. X.11: The detailed syllabus of each subject listed in curriculum structure of ANNEXURE-I shall be as given in ANNEXURE-II.

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ANNEXURE-I M. Sc. (CS) CURRICULUM STRUCTURE
NOTES for ANNEXURE-I For the purpose of internal assessment the Department shall conduct at least one test in each semester. When more tests are conducted the average of the tests will be considered, as Internal marks or continues evaluation system declared for that semester will be considered. Internal Assessment shall consist of Quiz programs, Home assignments and one or more written tests as decided by Head of the Department with the approval of the principal. 2. LABORATORY Work Assessment: Up to semester-IV shall be done continuously followed by assessment by viva based on Term Work finally submitted.
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ANNEXURE-II DETAILED M. Sc. (CS) CURRICULUM STRUCTURE

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Pr. Pr. No. ADVANCE DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ADVANCE TECHNOLOGY-I ADVANCED NETWORKING 1 2 3 4 5 6 MSC-201 MSC-202 MSC-203 MSC-204 MSC-205 MSC-206 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 ---- 30 30 30 30 30 30 20 20 20 ---- 70 70 70 70 70 70 30 30 30 ---page no: 5 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 ---- ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING OBJECT ORIENTED ANALYSIS AND DESIGN DISTRIBUTED OPERATING SYSTEM GANPAT UNIVERSITY. 70 70 70 70 70 70 30 30 30 ---- Total Th. Pr. Sc. Pr. GANPAT VIDYANAGAR. (CS)-SEMESTER-II SYLLABUS Teaching scheme Name of the subject Examination scheme (Marks) (Hrs Per Week) Internal External Total Th. 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 ---- Internal Th. Sc. Th. GANPAT VIDYANAGAR. Sub. Th. Th. Pr. KHERVA M.GANPAT UNIVERSITY. Pr. (CS)-SEMESTER-I SYLLABUS Sr. Pr. KHERVA M. Code Name of the subject OBJECT ORIENTED CONCEPTS AND PROGRAMMING ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF ALGORITHM Teaching scheme Examination scheme (Marks) (Hrs Per Week) Th. KHERVA (N. GANPAT VIDYANAGAR. Sub. No. Pr. Code GANPAT UNIVERSITY. 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 ---- 1 2 3 4 5 6 MSC-101 MSC-102 MSC-103 MSC-104 MSC-105 MSC-106 GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEMS TECHNICAL WRITING AND COMMUNICATION SKILL ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE PROJECT MANAGMENT Sr.G. 30 30 30 30 30 30 20 20 20 ---- External Th.) .

Th. Subject No.Sr. (CS)-SEMESTER-IV SYLLABUS Examination scheme (Marks) Name of Practical Final/External Internal Guide Industry Guide the Subject Hours/Week (Viva-Presentation) INDUSTRIAL PROJECT -II 30 150 100 400 Sr. No. IMAGE PROCESSING . GANPAT UNIVERSITY. KHERVA (N. Sc. Pr. KHERVA M. ADVANCE TECHNOLOGY-II 4 3 30 20 70 30 100 50 ELECTIVE-I ELECTIVE-II MOBILE AND WIRELESS DEVICES INDUSTRIAL PROJECT – I 4 4 4 3 3 -- 30 30 30 50 20 20 -- 70 70 70 150 30 30 -- 100 100 100 200 50 50 -- 50 DAYS ELECTIVES 1. Code 1 2 3 4 5 MSC-301 MSC-302 MSC-303 MSC-304 MSC-305 GANPAT UNIVERSITY.) page no: 6 . Th. WEB TECHNOLOGIES 2. Sub. GANPAT VIDYANAGAR. (CS)-SEMESTER-III. Pr. GANPAT VIDYANAGAR. EMBEDED SYSTEMS 4. KHERVA M. Th.G. DATA WAREHOUSING AND DATA MINING 3. Pr. GANPAT VIDYANAGAR. Pr. Sc. Code 1 MSC-401 Total 650 GANPAT UNIVERSITY.SYLLABUS Teaching scheme Name of the subject Examination scheme (Marks) (Hrs Per Week) Internal External Total Th.

70 Pr. Multiple Levels of Inheritance. Type Conversion and Casting. Promotion in Expressions. Operations on Mutable Strings UNIT: II [25%] • Extending Classes and Inheritance: Using Existing Classes. Java Operators. Loops. Choosing Base Class. 30 Th. Standard Packages. 4 Pr. 50 UNIT: I [25%] • The Origin of Java: Java’s Lineage (Ancestry). Class Inheritance. Assigning Object Reference Variables. Arrays of Characters. Java’s Magic: The Bytecode. Defining an Interface. StringBuffer Class. Variable Scope. Polymorphism. 30 Pr. Java and Internet. Literal. The Java Features. Logical Operations. The Variable this. String Handling Using String Class. (CS) SEM-I MSC 101: OBJECT ORIENTED CONCEPTS AND PROGRAMMING Teaching Examination scheme (Marks) Scheme (Hrs Per Week) INTERNAL EXTERNAL TOTAL Th. and Operators: Java is Strongly Typed Language. The Java Environment. and Operator Precedence • Loops and Logic: Making Decisions. 100 Pr. Jump Statements • Defining Classes: Introduction to a Class. Java Program Structure and Java’s Class Library • Data Types. Defining Classes. Java Program Development. Access Protection in Packages. Variables. 3 Th. The Creation of Java. Understanding CLASSPATH. String Handling Using. Automatic Type. The SWITCH statement. Using Final Modifier. Defining Methods. Operations on Immutable Strings. Adding Classes from a Package to Your Program. Abstraction through Abstract Classes. Defining and Using a Class.GANPAT UNIVERSITY. Sc. Defining a Package. Object–Oriented Programming in Java. and The Universal Super-class – Object Class • Packages and Interfaces: Understanding Packages. The Simple Data Types. Applying Interfaces. Multiple Inheritance using Interfaces. Variables. Access Attributes. . Implementing Interfaces. KHERVA M. 20 Th. Constructors. Automatic Garbage Collection • Arrays and Strings: Arrays. Packaging up Your Classes. Creating Objects of a Class.

Uniform Resource Locators • Applets: An Overview Of Applets. The Life Cycle Of An Applet. Threads. Random Access Files. Applets In Web Page.Second Edition by Balagurusamy . The Delegation Event Model. Using Multithreading UNIT: III [25%] • Input and Output: Files and Directories. Exception Objects. Character Streams. Buffered Character Streams. Using the Delegation Event Model. Menus and Menu Bars. Calendar and GregorianCalendar Classes. Canvases. Diagram Sockets and Packets. The PrintWriter Class. Understanding Threads. Vector Class and Enumeration Interface. Creating a Thread.• Exploring Java. Colors. Setting the Paint Mode. Inter-thread Communication. Thread Priorities. Buttons. Stack Class.util Package: Random Class. The Applet Class. Check Boxes. Managing Text Output Using FontMetrices. Date Class. Lists. Types of Exceptions. Defining Your Own Exceptions • Multithreading Programming: The Java Thread Model. The AppletContext Class. Text. Working with Color. Event Classes. Working with Fonts. Dealing with Exceptions. Grid Layout and Inserts. Deadlocks. Windows and Frames. Double Buffering UNIT: IV [25%] • Working with Graphics and Texts: Working with Graphics. Text Fields and Text Areas. HashTable Class.1999 (3) Programming with Java Primer . Labels. The Graphics Class. Creating Multiple Threads.McGraw-Hill Edition (2) JAVA: The Complete Reference by Naughton & Schildt . Layout Managers. ServerSockets and Sockets. The Event Handling Process. Prentice-Hall India. Border Layout. Dialogs and File Dialogs • Handling Events in Java: Two Event Handling Mechanisms.. The StreamTokenizer Class • Java Networking: Internet Addresses. 1999 . The Main Thread. StringTokenizer Class • Exception Handling: The Idea Behind Exceptions. Scroll Bars. Check Box Groups. Adapter Classes Reference Books: (1) Teach Yourself JAVA by Joseph O'Neil & Herb Schildt .Tata McGraw Hill. Applet Dimensions. Sources of Events. Images. Byte Streams. Choices. Event Listener Interfaces. Exploring Text and Graphics • The Abstract Window Toolkit: Overview. Synchronization. Panels.TMH (4) An Introduction to Java Programming by Daniel Liang Y .

2 .6 .Unit-I & II Objective/ Short Questions Q.Unit-II Descriptive/ Long questions Section-II Q. Section-I Q.Unit-III Descriptive/ Long questions Q.Unit-III & IV Objective/ Short Questions Q.4 .3 .5 .Unit-I Descriptive/ Long questions Q.Unit-IV Descriptive/ Long questions Note: Options should be given in all questions ----------X--------(11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) (11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) .1 .Question Paper Scheme: University Examination Duration: 3 Hours.

NP-Hard Code generation Problems Reference Books: (1) Fundamentals of Computer Algorithms by Ellis Horowitz. Square root calculation. Maximum-Minimum Search. Sanguthevar Rajasekaran – Galgotia Publications The Art of Computer Programming By Donald E. Job Sequencing with deadline.GANPAT UNIVERSITY. 30 Th. Tree Vertex Splitting. Performance Analysis. 4 Pr. KHERVA M. (CS) SEM-I Teaching Scheme (Hrs Per Week) Th. 30 Pr. Knuth. Fast Fourier Transformation. Modular Arithmetic UNIT: IV [25%] • NP-Hard and NP-complete Problems Basic Concept. Dromy-TMH Publications (2) (3) . Heap Sort UNIT: II [25%] • Greedy Method KNAPSACK Problem. Selection Sort. NP-Hard Scheduling Problems. Cook’s Theorem. Quick Sort. Evaluation and Interpolation. Sum of Subsets. Connected Components and Spanning Tree UNIT: III [25%] • Backtracking: 8-Queens Problem. Sc. Graphs: BFS. 100 TOTAL Pr. DFS. 70 Pr. Optimal Storage on TAPES. 3 MSC 102: ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF ALGORITHM Examination scheme (Marks) INTERNAL Th.Addison Wesley Publications How it solve by computer by R. 20 EXTERNAL Th. Sartaj Sahni. G. Single Source Shortest Path • Basic Traversal and Searching Techniques: Analysis. Minimum Cost Spanning Tree. Hamiltonian Cycles • Algebraic Problems: Sin. Randomized Algorithms • Divide and Conquer: Analysis and Implementation of Binary Search. Graph Coloring. Study and Implementation of Binary Tree. 50 UNIT: I [25%] • Basics of Algorithms: Algorithm Specifications. NP-Hard Graphs Problems. Cosine Calculation.

2 .1 .3 .Unit-III Descriptive/ Long questions Q.4 .5 . Section-I Q.Unit-I & II Objective/ Short Questions Q.Unit-IV Descriptive/ Long questions Note: Options should be given in all questions ----------X--------(11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) (11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) .Unit-I Descriptive/ Long questions Q.Unit-II Descriptive/ Long questions Section-II Q.Question Paper Scheme: University Examination Duration: 3 Hours.Unit-III & IV Objective/ Short Questions Q.6 .

70 Pr. 20 Th. output from GIS –maps. 4 Pr. spatial data-maps. queries. human and organizational issues. editing. UNIT III [25%] • Issues in GIS: Development of computer methods for spatial data. remote sensing system-classification. analysis of surfaces. 30 Pr. Implementation. (CS) SEM-I MSC 103: GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEMS Teaching Examination scheme (Marks) Scheme (Hrs Per Week) INTERNAL EXTERNAL TOTAL Th. Internet resources of GIS. evaluation. Data analysis-measurements. sources of errors. GIS applications and developments in database. Analytical modeling in GIS -physical. the future of GIS. attribute data management-database data model. UNIT II [25%] • Input-Output and Data Analysis in GIS: Data input and editing– methods. designing a data model. Integration of RS and GIS • Global Positioning Systems (GPS): Introduction to GPS. spatial data modeling.GANPAT UNIVERSITY. map overlay. extraction of information from images–metric and thematic. UNIT IV [25%] • Remote Sensing: Principles of remote sensing. Integration of GIS and GPS . non-cartographic output. environment and human processes. Sc. Issues in GIS–data quality and errors. 100 Pr. spatial data. characteristics. decision support. characteristics. 3 Th. Differential GPS. network analysis. and Applications of GPS. components of GIS. spatial multimedia. GIS project design and management– problem identification. project management. Imaging. reclassification. 50 UNIT I [25%] • Fundamentals of GIS: Defining GIS. interpolation. buffering. Accuracy of GPS. KHERVA M. integration. spatial analysis. 30 Th.

2002 Question Paper Scheme: University Examination Duration: 3 Hours.4 .Reference Books: (1) An Introduction to Geographical Information Systems by Heywood. Section-I Q.3 . Cornelius and CarverPerson Education Asia 2000 (2) Concepts and techniques of Geographic Information Systems by C.2 .6 . P. (4) ArcGIS Developer’s Guide for Visual Basic Applications by Razvi-Onword Press. Demers-John Wiley & Sons (ASIA) Pte Ltd.Unit-III & IV Objective/ Short Questions Q.Unit-I & II Objective/ Short Questions Q.Unit-I Descriptive/ Long questions Q. Lo and Albert YeungPHI.Unit-III Descriptive/ Long questions Q. New Delhi (3) Fundamentals of Geographic information Systems 2nd Edition by Michael N.Unit-II Descriptive/ Long questions Section-II Q.5 .Unit-IV Descriptive/ Long questions Note: Options should be given in all questions ----------X--------(11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) (11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) .1 .

Organizational Barriers • Principles of Communication: Clarity. • Barriers of Communication: Intra-personal Barriers. -- UNIT I [25%] • Basics of Technical Communication: The Process of Communication. -Th. Conciseness. How a Candidate should Prepare for an Interview • Professional Speaking: Speaking in the Interviews . Preparing an Outline. Style. (CS) SEM-I MSC 104: TECHNICAL WRITING AND COMMUNICATION SKILL Teaching Examination scheme (Marks) Scheme (Hrs Per Week) INTERNAL EXTERNAL TOTAL Th. Organizing Contents. 30 Pr. Testimonials and Resignation letters. Completeness. Visual Communication. Audio Visual Communication. Conference • Presentation Skills: Defining Purpose. Elements of Structure. Drafting the applications. Oral Communication. Face to Face Communication. Understanding Nuances of delivery • Interview: Types of Interviews. Sc. Structure and Layouts of Letters • Business Letters: Job Application letters. 70 Pr. Job Interviews. Organizational Group Discussion. Visual Aids. KHERVA M. Preparing the Resume. The importance of Technical Communication • Media of Communication: Written Communication. Group Discussion as a part of a Selection Process. How the Interviewer Prepares. Courtesy. 4 Pr. Meetings. 100 Pr. Analyzing Audience and Locale. -Th. Language as a tool of communication. Letters of Inquires and Replies • E-mails: Advantages and Limitations of E-mail. -Th.GANPAT UNIVERSITY. Structure and Contents UNIT III [25%] • Group Communication: Group Discussion. Correctness UNIT II [25%] • Technical Writing: Nature and Functions of Letters. Consideration.

Punctuation Marks Reference Books: (1) Technical Communication by Meenakshi Raman. Krishana Mohan-TMH Publication (5) Grammar Guide by Gordan Jarvie-Blooms Bury Publications (6) Living English Structure by W. C. Aspi Doctor-Sheth Publishers (4) Business Correspondence and Report Writing by R. Section-I Q. J. Active-Passive Usages in English.Unit-I & II Objective/ Short Questions Q.1 . Restrictive and Unrestrictive Degrees. Use of Simple and Modal Auxiliaries. Tense Structure in English.UNIT IV [25%] • Ingredients Of English Language: Parts of Speech in English.3 . Sharma. Korlahalli-Sultanchand & Sons Publications (3) Principal and Practice of Business Communication by Rhoda Doctor.Unit-I Descriptive/ Long questions Q.TMH Publication Question Paper Scheme: University Examination Duration: 3 Hours.Unit-III & IV Objective/ Short Questions Q. S.6 .5 . Sangeeta Sharma.Unit-III Descriptive/ Long questions Q.Unit-IV Descriptive/ Long questions Note: Options should be given in all questions ----------X--------(11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) (11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) . Formatting of Opposites Adjectives and Verbs. Reported Speech in English. (7) English Conversation Practice by Grant Taylor.4 .2 .Unit-II Descriptive/ Long questions Section-II Q.OXFORD University Press (2) Essentials of Business Communications by Rajendra Pal. Stannard Allen-Orient Longman Ltd.

A* algorithm. alpha-beta cutoff’s. production systems. Resolution. KHERVA M. forward versus backward reasoning. 70 Pr. representing Instance and Is a relationships. procedural versus declarative knowledge. iterative deepening • Symbolic reasoning under uncertainty: Non monotonic reasoning. UNIT: II [25%] • Heuristic search techniques: Generate and hill test. 30 Pr. agenda-driven search. justification based truth maintenance system. -- MSC 105: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Examination scheme (Marks) INTERNAL Th. non dependency directed back tracking. -Th. Assumptions. constraint satisfaction. representing simple facts in logic. problem reduction. approaches of knowledge representation. min-max search. 4 Pr. • Knowledge representation issues. AO* algorithm. issues in knowledge representation. (CS) SEM-I Teaching Scheme (Hrs Per Week) Th. • Statistical Reasoning: Probability and baye’s theorem. simulated annealing. and production system characteristics. means end analysis. -- UNIT: I [25%] • Introduction To Artificial Intelligence: AI problems. dependency directed back tracking. Bayesian Network. computable functions and Predicates. hill climbing. minimalist reasoning. Sc. AI techniques • Problem Solving in Artificial Intelligence: Defining the problem as a state space search. problem characteristics. best-first search. matching. representing knowledge using rules. control knowledge.GANPAT UNIVERSITY. steepest ascent hill climbing. -EXTERNAL Th. Natural deduction. Representation and mappings. default reasoning. logic-based truth maintenance system. logic programming. 100 TOTAL Pr. using predicate logic. Dempster -Shafer theory .

(5) Introduction to turbo prolog by carl Townsend (BPB). learning in neural network. 1975. Scripts. (6) Waterman: Guide to Expert Systems. Robot architectures • Expert System and its Applications: Es Introduction. Academic Press. Characteristics of an ES. TAB Professional Reference Books. • Fuzzy System and its Applications: Introduction to Fuzzy Logic. Fuzzy Controllers. B. People involved in ES. distributed representations. Fuzzy Applications and case Studies Reference Books: (1) David W. (3) Elain Rich: Artificial Intelligence. Addison-Wesley Pub. • Perceptron and Action: Real time search. Architecture of ES. Sctialkaff: Artificial Intelligence. An Engineering Approach. 1989 (7) Artificial Intelligence By Hunt E. . Perceptron. discourse and pragmatic processing UNIT: IV [25%] • Neural Network and its Applications: Introduction to neural networks. parallelism in reasoning systems. ES Development Life Cycle.UNIT: III [25%] • Weak slot and filler structures: Semantic nets. Partitioned semantic nets. Rolston: Principles of AI & ES Development. connectionist AI and symbolic AI. (2) Robort J. Knowledge Based Systems: A Manager Perspective. distributed reasoning systems. (4) Tuthhill Steven and Levy Susan. semantic analysis. McGraw Hill. 1991. recurrent networks. 1988. Knowledge Representation Process and Structures. hop field neural network. McGraw Hill. Fuzzy Systems and its Development. CYC • Parallel and distributed AI: Psychological modeling. Action. McGraw Hill. frames • Strong slot and filler structures: Conceptual dependency. Company. Knowledge Acquisition. application of neural network. 1983. 1990.. • Natural language processing Syntactic processing.

Unit-II Descriptive/ Long questions Section-II Q.3 .Unit-III Descriptive/ Long questions Q. Section-I Q.2 .1 .Unit-III & IV Objective/ Short Questions Q.Question Paper Scheme: University Examination Duration: 3 Hours.4 .6 .Unit-I & II Objective/ Short Questions Q.5 .Unit-IV Descriptive/ Long questions Note: Options should be given in all questions ----------X--------(11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) (11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) .Unit-I Descriptive/ Long questions Q.

30 Pr. Cost Control. Project Management Framework . Sc. Project Communication Management. Issues in Project Staff Acquisition and Team Development. Quality Assurance. -EXTERNAL Th. Schedules and Activities. Quality Control. Project Quality Management. Sequencing and Scheduling Activity.GANPAT UNIVERSITY. -Th. 4 Pr. Program Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT). -- UNIT: I [25%] • Introduction to Project Management: Importance of software project management. The Cost-benefit Analysis. Time Management. Project and Product Life Cycles . Work Breakdown Structure. Problems with Software Projects . Stages of Software Quality Management. Project Cost Management UNIT – III [25%] • Quality Management: COCOMO Model. Cost Budgeting. The Role of Project Manager . Project Charter. Importance of Project Schedules. strategies for resolving conflict in projects. Project Network Diagrams. Project Scheduling. KHERVA M. Quality Standards. Tools and Techniques For Quality Control UNIT-IV [25%] • Project Human Resources Management: Keys to Managing People. Scope Statement. Software Tools for Project Management UNIT –II [25%] • Scope Management: Methods for Selecting Projects. Models Duration Estimating and Schedule Development Critical Path Analysis. Network Planning. Quality Planning. Organizational Planning. Stepwise Project Planning. 100 TOTAL Pr. Project Risk Management . 70 Pr. Quality of Information Technology Projects. (CS) SEM-I Teaching Scheme (Hrs Per Week) Th. Main Steps in Project Planning. The Feasibility Study . -- MSC 106: PROJECT MANAGEMENT Examination scheme (Marks) INTERNAL Th.

International Student Edition.4 .Unit-I & II Objective/ Short Questions Q. NIIT. Kelkar.Unit-III Descriptive/ Long questions Q.1 .5 . 2004 Software Project Management in Practice. Section-I Q.2 .(3) (4) Reference Books: (1) Information Technology Project Management by Kathy Schwalbe. Pearson Education. Revised Edition. Pankaj Jalote. 2002 (5) Software Project Management. 2003 Question Paper Scheme: University Examination Duration: 3 Hours.Unit-IV Descriptive/ Long questions Note: Options should be given in all questions ----------X--------(11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) (11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) . Prentice-Hall India. Tata McGraw-Hill Basics of Software Project Management.Unit-I Descriptive/ Long questions Q.Unit-III & IV Objective/ Short Questions Q. Third Edition.Unit-II Descriptive/ Long questions Section-II Q. A Concise Study. S.6 . THOMSON Course Technology.A.3 . 2003 (2) Software Project Management by Bob Hughes and Mike Cotterell. PrenticeHall India.

Distributed Databases Introduction. Problems of distributed systems. Constraints. DDL.Ivan Bayross (2nd edition) BPB. (3) Database System Concepts . 3 Th. Online analytical processing. Mandatory access control. DCL. J. Korth (3rd edition) TMH . Revoke. Procedure. Function. Cursor. Grant. Exception Handling [25 %] UNIT IV [25 %] • Decision Support: Introduction. Alter. Date (7th edition) Low Price Edition (2) SQL-PL/SQL: The Programming Language of Oracle . (CS) SEM-II MSC 201: ADVANCE DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Teaching Examination scheme (Marks) Scheme (Hrs Per Week) INTERNAL EXTERNAL TOTAL Th.GANPAT UNIVERSITY.Henry F. Sc. 20 Th. Trigger. Statistical databases. set operators UNIT III • PL/SQL: Index. Create. Functions. 4 Pr. Database design for decision support. Data Warehouses and Data marts. 50 UNIT I [25%] • Transaction Management: Recovery. Data encryption. 70 Pr. 100 Pr. Discretionary access control. KHERVA M. Aspects of decision support. Overview of Data mining Reference Books: (1) Introduction to Database System . 30 Pr. concurrency Security Introduction. Select Clause. View. Rename. Drop. UNIT II [25%] • Structured Query Language (SQL): Introduction to SQL. Sequence. 30 Th. DML. Some Preliminaries. Different Types of Joins.C. The twelve objectives.

Section-I Q.2 .Unit-II Descriptive/ Long questions Section-II Q.Question Paper Scheme: University Examination Duration: 3 Hours.Unit-IV Descriptive/ Long questions Note: Options should be given in all questions ----------X--------(11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) (11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) .1 .4 .6 .Unit-I Descriptive/ Long questions Q.3 .Unit-I & II Objective/ Short Questions Q.Unit-III Descriptive/ Long questions Q.Unit-III & IV Objective/ Short Questions Q.5 .

Authentication (window. Data Adapter.Net step by step By Michael Halvorsan-PHI Publication . interface.Net and Object Oriented Concepts (Using VB. Indexer (One Dimension) and property. Constructor. Data Types.Net. interoperability with unmanaged code.NET Page. radio button.IV [25%] • ASP .III [25%] • Object Oriented Concepts in C#: Data Types. Garbage Collection. 30 Pr. Data Set. . 20 EXTERNAL Th. Multicasting Event). common language specification. Forms Based). Data Row. Sc. 3 MSC 202: ADVANCE TECHNOLOGY-I Examination scheme (Marks) INTERNAL Th. web services. 30 Th. Data Relation. (CS) SEM-II Teaching Scheme (Hrs Per Week) Th.I [25%] • Basic of the .Net Data provider. Architecture of ADO. Data Reader. Net Passport. check box • State Management: Session.Francesco Balena. 70 Pr. Data Grid. Server Controls: label.Net: Anatomy of ASP. list box.Net: Net features. Basic Controls. In Ms VB. polymorphism (Over loading and over ridding). JIT. 50 UNIT . assemblies. net framework class library. Authorization.net architecture. Jagged Array.Net By Jeffrey Richter. validation controls. 4 Pr. Comparison with ADO. Delegates and events (Multicasting. UNIT . KHERVA M. text box. command. Abstraction. 100 TOTAL Pr. Destructor.GANPAT UNIVERSITY. Data Base Manipulation • ADO. Operators. Advance Grid Manipulation Reference Books: (1) Applied . managed code. execution of assembly’s code. CLR. IL. Control Statment.TMH Publications (2) Complete Reference C# By Herbert schildt-TMH Publications (3) Microsoft Visual Basic . dropdown list box. Exception Handling. UNIT .II [25%] • VB. Collection (Array list. common type system.Net Frmework Prog. caching. Hash table). UNIT . Data Column.net framework: .Net Or C#): Basic window control.

Unit-II Descriptive/ Long questions Section-II Q.5 .Net step by step .Unit-IV Descriptive/ Long questions Note: Options should be given in all questions ----------X--------(11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) (11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) . Pvt.Unit-III & IV Objective/ Short Questions Q.4 .(4) Microsoft ASP.Unit-I & II Objective/ Short Questions Q.6 . Duthi PHI Publication (5) ASP .2 . Question Paper Scheme: University Examination Duration: 3 Hours. Ltd. Section-I Q.3 .NET Bible By Mridula Parihar WILEY-Dreamtech Ind.Unit-I Descriptive/ Long questions Q.Unit-III Descriptive/ Long questions Q.Net programming with Microsoft visual C# .G.1 .Andrew.

allocating a passive TCP Socket. 70 Pr. Concurrent Server (TCP): Introduction. Algorithms for all types of server UNIT: II [25%] • Iterative: Connectionless Server (UDP). (CS) SEM-II Teaching Scheme (Hrs Per Week) Th. ECHO server • Single process. Creation Concurrency and Asynchronous I/O • Socket Interface: Introduction. Iterative Servers. Process Structure. 100 TOTAL Pr. RPC Models: Conceptual. Concurrent ECHO. TIME server • Iterative. Procedural. Process Structure. Iterative Vs Concurrent Implementations. 3 MSC 203: ADVANCED NETWORKING Examination scheme (Marks) INTERNAL Th. Process Structure. ECHO server UNIT: IV [25%] • Remote Procedure Call: Introduction. reliability and statelessness. Dynamic Port Mapping. Sc. 20 EXTERNAL Th. Connection-oriented Server (TCP): Introduction. 30 Th. Daytime service. . Connection Oriented and Connection less Servers. Failure. Concurrent Process. KHERVA M. RPC definition. 30 Pr.GANPAT UNIVERSITY. Creation of a passive Socket. Berkeley Sockets. Process Structure. Connection-oriented Server (TCP): Introduction. RPC Port Mapper Algorithm. Data-driven processing in a server and with a single process. 50 UNIT: I [25%] • Concurrency in Networks: Introduction. Introduction. Using socket calls in a program • Algorithms: Introduction to Conceptual server algorithm. Concurrent vs. RPC message format. Daytime server UNIT: III [25%] • Concurrent. Terminology and concepts. communication semantics. 4 Pr. RPC retransmission. Socket Abstraction.

2 .Unit-I Descriptive/ Long questions Q. Comer & David L.6 . Reference Books: (1) Internetworking with TCP/IP Volume III By.5 . Input and Output. Build a client and server. Dividing a program into local and remote procedures.Douglas E.3 .• Distributed Program Generation: Introduction to Rpcgen. Section-I Q. Stevens (2) Unix Network Programming By Steven Richards PHI Publication Question Paper Scheme: University Examination Duration: 3 Hours. Mechanism. Stub Procedures.Unit-II Descriptive/ Long questions Section-II Q.Unit-IV Descriptive/ Long questions Note: Options should be given in all questions ----------X--------(11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) (11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) .4 .Unit-III Descriptive/ Long questions Q. Output and Interface Procedures.Unit-III & IV Objective/ Short Questions Q.1 .Unit-I & II Objective/ Short Questions Q.

Oracle. -- UNIT: I [25%] • Introduction: ERP Overview. 100 TOTAL Pr. and Supply Chain Management. N. Enterprise Integration Applications. 4 Pr. 30 Pr.GANPAT UNIVERSITY. on-line Analytical Processing. Hidden Costs in ERP implementation. Material Management. 70 Pr. -- MSC 204: ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING Examination scheme (Marks) INTERNAL Th. Implementation Methodology. ERP and Internet. JD Edwards world Solutions. SSA Reference Books: (1) ERP Demystified By Alexis Leon-TMH (2) Enterprise Resource Planning Concepts and Practice II edition By Vinod k. Sc. Sales and Distribution UNIT: IV [25%] • The ERP Market: ERP market place. Enterprise. SAP AG. Finance. PeopleSoft. (CS) SEM-II Teaching Scheme (Hrs Per Week) Th. Consultants and user. QAD. Organizing the implementation. Project management and Monitoring UNIT: III [25%] • The Business Module: Business module in an ERP package. KHERVA M. and Benefits of ERP. Plant Maintenance. Venkitakrishnan-PHI . Future directions in ERP UNIT: II [25%] • ERP Implementation: ERP Implementation lifecycle. -Th.K. -EXTERNAL Th. Data warehousing and Mining. Baan. Vendors. Business Process Reengineering. Garg. Manufacturing. ERP and E-Commerce. Human Resource.

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Analysis for Web Application: Requirements Analysis for Web Apps. Navigation Design. Component level Design. Deployment Diagram . The Configuration Model. The Interaction Model. -Th. The Web E-Design Pyramid. types. Packages. Classes. The System Design Process. Advanced Classes. -Th. Relationships. 30 Pr. Web App Interface Design. 4 Pr. Class Diagram. Component Diagram. Architecture Design. Interfaces. 100 Pr. The Object Design Process. The Object-Behavior Model. Hypermedia Design Patterns. Content Design. -- UNIT I [25%] • The object Oriented Paradigm.GANPAT UNIVERSITY. State Chart Diagram. Aesthetic Design. The Analysis Model for Web Apps. Generic components of the OO Analysis Model. Web Engineering team. Advanced Relationships. Design Patterns UNIT II [25%] • Introduction to Web Engineering. The Functional Model. Management of Object Oriented Software Projects. (CS) SEM-II MSC 205: OBJECT ORIENTED ANALYSIS AND DESIGN Teaching Examination scheme (Marks) Scheme (Hrs Per Week) INTERNAL EXTERNAL TOTAL Th. Use-case Diagram UNIT IV [25%] • Interaction Diagram: Sequence Diagram. Relationship-Navigation Analysis. The ObjectRelationship Model. Sc. Object-Oriented Hypermedia Design Method UNIT III [25%] • Introduction to UML. 70 Pr. Forward and Reverse Engineering. The OOA Process. Patterns and Frameworks. Design for Web Apps: Design Issues for Web Engineering. Object Oriented Analysis: Domain Analysis. Roles. -Th. Activity Diagram. The content Model. Collaboration Diagram. Object Oriented Design: Design for Object Oriented Systems. KHERVA M.

Unit-I & II Objective/ Short Questions Q.5 . Question Paper Scheme: University Examination Duration: 3 Hours.Unit-II Descriptive/ Long questions Section-II Q.1 . Section-I Q.2 . Rumbaugh.Publishing Inc.6 . (4) Teach Your Self UML in 24 hours by Joseph Schmuller. Pearson Education.4 .Unit-III & IV Objective/ Short Questions Q.Unit-IV Descriptive/ Long questions Note: Options should be given in all questions ----------X--------(11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) (11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) .Unit-I Descriptive/ Long questions Q.Unit-III Descriptive/ Long questions Q. Jacobson Low Price Edition Publication (3) UML Bible by Tom Pender .Reference Books: (1) Software Engineering By Roger S. Pressman Fifth Edition McGraw Hill Publications (2) The Unified Modeling Language User Guide By Booch.3 .

Introduction to security. 30 Pr. Load balancing approach. Resource management. Lightweight RPC. Atomic transactions. RPC messages. Design and implementing issues of DSM. 70 Pr. Transparency of RPC. Synchronization. Process migration. File caching schemes. Consistency models. Synchronization. File models. File sharing semantics. -Th. Implementing RPC mechanism. Sinha. Replacement strategy. Evolution of distributed computing system. Features of a good message passing system. WAN technologies.GANPAT UNIVERSITY. Sc. -- MSC 206: DISTRIBUTED OPERATING SYSTEM Examination scheme (Marks) INTERNAL Th. Failure handling. Cryptography Reference Books: Distributed Operating Systems Concepts and Design by Pradeep K. Desirable features of good distributed file system. Trashing. General architecture of DSM system. Parameter passing semantics. Networks types. Mutual exclusion. File accessing models. Introduction to Communication protocols. KHERVA M. Heterogeneous DSM. Marshalling arguments and results. Structure of shared memory space. Group communication UNIT: II [25%] RPC model. Stub generation. Event ordering. LAN technologies. Server management. Clock synchronization. Process addressing. (CS) SEM-II Teaching Scheme (Hrs Per Week) Th. Optimization for better performance UNIT: III [25%] Distributed shared memory. Introduction to distributed computing environment (DCE). -EXTERNAL Th. Load sharing approach UNIT: IV [25%] Introduction to process management and file management and security. 4 Pr. Communication protocols for RPCs. 100 TOTAL Pr. -- UNIT: I [25%] Concept of distributed computing system. Digital signatures. Distributed computing system models. Multi datagram messages. PHI Publication (1) . Buffering. Task assignments approach.

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• RMI: The RMI Architecture. Advantages of XML. Metadata. Advantages of JSP. Various scope in JSP. 30 Th. Types of SQL Statements. Introduction to JAXP. JSPs and Java Beans. XML Syntax. Types of Resultsets. JSP tag extensions. and The J2EE Architecture – Containers J2EE Technologies. Servlets Context. 20 EXTERNAL Th. Introduction of javax. Transaction support. Servlets API. Sc. Servlets Lifecycle. XML Schemas. Servlet Collaboration.sql package • Swing Programming: Introduction of Swing. Servlets Container. JDBC Architecture: API and Drivers. Developing J2EE Applications • Java Database Connectivity (JDBC): Introduction. Implicit Objects in JSP. • JSP: Introduction to JSP. Directives. Validating XML. UNIT: III [25%] • XML (Extensible Markup Language): Introduction to XML. 4 Pr. Swing Components. KHERVA M. Generic Servlets. JDBC Exception Types. Writing Document Type Definitions (DTDs). Scripting elements. Benefits of Servlets. Conditional and Looping Execution. Standard Actions. (CS) SEM-III Teaching Scheme (Hrs Per Week) Th.GANPAT UNIVERSITY. Developing Applications with RMI . 30 Pr. Rules for Valid and Well formed XML Documents. Look and Feel for Swing Components UNIT: II [25%] • SERVLETS: Introduction. Batch Update. RMI exceptions. 70 Pr. 50 UNIT: I [25%] • Introduction to J2EE Platform and Architecture: The Enterprise Today. Session Management. HTTP Servlets. The J2EE Platform. 3 MSC 301: ADVANCE TECHNOLOGY-II Examination scheme (Marks) INTERNAL Th. Working of JSPs. 100 TOTAL Pr.

Importance of JMS. Section-I Q.3 edition ( a Press ) By Allamaraju. BPB publications Question Paper Scheme: University Examination Duration: 3 Hours.Unit-I Descriptive/ Long questions Q.5 .Shroff Publication (2) Programming with Java Servlets By James Goodwill. Producing and Consuming Messages (Theory only) • Enterprise Java Beans (EJB): Introduction to EJB. JavaMail API.6 .Unit-III Descriptive/ Long questions Q.UNIT: IV [25%] • JavaMail: Overview. JMS Components.1 . Bambara.Unit-III & IV Objective/ Short Questions Q. Wrox Publication (4) J2EE Unleashed by Joseph J.Unit-IV Descriptive/ Long questions Note: Options should be given in all questions ----------X--------(11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) (11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) .Techmedia – SAMS (3) Professional Java Server Programming Volume I and II. Mail protocols. Sending and Receiving Messages • JMS: Messaging Basics.2 .Unit-I & II Objective/ Short Questions Q. Entity Beans.Unit-II Descriptive/ Long questions Section-II Q.3 . and Message driven Beans (Theory only) Reference Books: (1) Professional Java Server Programming: J2EE 1. Session Beans.4 . JavaMail Exception.

E-mail. Future of PHP. JS Browser. Unit-III [25%] Basic PHP construction for OOP.. 100 TOTAL Pr. For. 30 Pr.Server side technologies. 4 Pr. For Loop. 3 MSC 302/303: WEB TECHNOLOGIES Examination scheme (Marks) INTERNAL Th.Web-broweser. Introduction PHP.. Apache. While Loop.GANPAT UNIVERSITY. Functions. Image Maps. control and function..Catch.. Popup Boxes. Animation.. PHP 5 and MySQL Bible publication Beginning PHP. Boolean. MySql web Development . Java Script Objects String. 20 EXTERNAL Th. Switch statement.Variables declaration. Date. Timing. String. Array and Array Function. e-commerce Web site study Books 1. Validation. 2. Sc. Exception and Error Handling Unit-IV [25%] PHP/MYSQL Connection. File and File system function. PHP/MSSQL Connection and function. on error. Create Object Unit-II [25%] Web-Technogies. JS Cookies. PHP and XML.. Throw. Array. 4. Graphics. 30 Th. cookies and HTTP. Passing information between page. Building forms from queries. Installation of PHP. (CS) SEM-III Teaching Scheme (Hrs Per Week) Th. Advance OOP future. Session. If. Operators statement. 50 UNIT I [25%] Java Scripts: Client-Side Technologies . KHERVA M. Math.In.Else statement. 70 Pr. adding PHP to HTML Syntax and variable. Try. Display Query in tables. Events.wrox publication ABC of Javascript By Purcell lee BPB publication Pure java Script By Gilliam Johnson Techmedia . 3. Break Loops. Web-server.

1 .3 .Unit-I & II Objective/ Short Questions Q.Unit-III Descriptive/ Long questions Q.Unit-II Descriptive/ Long questions Section-II Q.Unit-I Descriptive/ Long questions Q.6 .5 .4 .Question Paper Scheme: University Examination Duration: 3 Hours.Unit-III & IV Objective/ Short Questions Q.2 .Unit-IV Descriptive/ Long questions Note: Options should be given in all questions ----------X--------(11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) (11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) . Section-I Q.

Sources of Metadata. and Modeling: Data warehouse. Characteristics. Design. 30 Th. Based Characterization Analytical Characterization: Analysis of attribute relevance. 20 EXTERNAL Th. Application Domains. Verification Mode Analysis. Data Mining Functionalities. Temporal Data Modeling Styles. Metadata Standards UNIT III [25%] • Data Mining: An Overview: Data Mining. KHERVA M. 50 UNIT I [25%] • Data Warehouse: An overview. Discovery Vs. 30 Pr. Data Mining Scenario UNIT IV [25%] • Characterization and Comparison and Applications and Trends in Data Mining: Characterization and Comparison: Data Generalization and Summarization. Trends in Data Mining. (CS) SEM-III Teaching Scheme (Hrs Per Week) Th. Requirement Analysis Using MDDM. Functional Dimension. Requirements Modeling. Sequential Pattern Detection. Temporal Data Modeling. Functional Requirements. 3 MSC 302/303: DATA WAREHOUSING AND DATA MINING Examination scheme (Marks) INTERNAL Th. Architectural Perspective. . Similar Time Sequence Detection. Data Analysis Processing and Techniques. Possible Approach. UNIT II [25%] • Multidimensional Data modeling: An overview. Metadata: Types of Metadata. Usage Survey. Classification of Data Mining Systems. Data Mart. Usage Survey. User Requirements. MDDM Base Concepts. OLAP. Mining Class Comparisons: Discriminating Between Different Classes. Sc. 70 Pr. 100 TOTAL Pr. 4 Pr. Geographical Information System and Relational Database. Data Mining Techniques: Classification. DB2 Spatial Extender. Metadata: Business Intelligence Implementation Project. Mining Descriptive Statistical Measures in Large Database Data Mining Applications: Data Mining System Products and Research Prototypes. Non functional Architecture Requirements.GANPAT UNIVERSITY. Association Detection. Data Dimension. Basic Principles of Data warehousing Modeling. Automatic Cluster Detection. Additional Themes of Data Mining. Data Mining Process. Social Impacts of Data Mining. Requirement Modeling. Software Architecture: Three Layers.

Unit-II Descriptive/ Long questions Section-II Q.Unit-III & IV Objective/ Short Questions Q. Heikki Mannila (4)Padhraic Smyth By PHI Publication. Question Paper Scheme: University Examination Duration: 3 Hours.2 .5 . Section-I Q.Unit-III Descriptive/ Long questions Q.3 .4 .1 .Reference Books: (1) IBM An Introduction to Building the Data Warehouse By PHI Publication.Unit-IV Descriptive/ Long questions Note: Options should be given in all questions ----------X--------(11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) (11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) .6 .Unit-I & II Objective/ Short Questions Q.Unit-I Descriptive/ Long questions Q. (2) Data Mining: Concept and Techniques By Jiawei Han and Micheline Kamber Morgan Kaufmann Publishers (3) Principles of Data Mining By David Hand.

wireless communications • Hardware architecture: Processor. Sc. timers. 100 TOTAL Pr. embedded system development system. network information appliances. development of navigation system. UNIT: III [25%] • VC++ Programming: Introduction to MFC and windows. control and industrial automation. FireWire. operating system. managing texts). serial. check boxes. embedded operating system. kernel architecture. ports. IrDa. IEEE 802. 30 Pr. common controls (Radio buttons. serial communication programming for PC-to-PC communication. scroll bars. counters. 3 MSC 302/303: EMBEDED SYSTEMS Examination scheme (Marks) INTERNAL Th.11. programming languages. buttons. categories of embedded system. CAN. PCI bus. protocol converter . 70 Pr. stepper motor controllers. processing messages. message boxes. processor technology. icons. latches. design technology • Applications: Consumer electronics. MFC fundamentals. context switch. keypad controllers. 30 Th. 20 EXTERNAL Th. cursor. ARM bus. buffers. LCD controllers. Bluetooth. 50 UNIT: I [25%] • Introduction and Hardware Environment: Overview of embedded system. 4 Pr. development tools for host and target machines. dialog boxes. watchdog timers.GANPAT UNIVERSITY. pulse width modulators. memory. interrupt handling. UART. task synchronization. properties sheet UNIT: IV [25%] • Project Studies: Simple LED blinking program. analog-todigital converters. interrupt basics. device driver programming. real time clocks. (CS) SEM-III Teaching Scheme (Hrs Per Week) Th. menus. KHERVA M. wireless and layering • Protocols: 12C. USB. UNIT: II [25%] • Communication Principles: Parallel. real time and mobile operating system.

WILEY. By Frank Vashid & Tony Givergis.Unit-IV Descriptive/ Long questions Note: Options should be given in all questions ----------X--------(11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) (11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) .1 . (3) MFC Programming by Herbert Schildt.6 . (4) An Embedded software primer by David E.2 . Simon.Unit-II Descriptive/ Long questions Section-II Q. (2) Embedded System Design. Vikas Gupta. Prasas.Unit-I & II Objective/ Short Questions Q.-Low Price Edition.Unit-III & IV Objective/ Short Questions Q. Das & Verma-WILEY Dreamtech india Pvt.Unit-III Descriptive/ Long questions Q.Reference Books: (1) Programming for embedded system By Dr.O'REILLY Question Paper Scheme: University Examination Duration: 3 Hours. Section-I Q. (5) Programming Embedded Systems by Michael Barr..5 .3 .4 . Pub.Unit-I Descriptive/ Long questions Q.TataMcGraw Hill.

Hadamard transform. 20 EXTERNAL Th. Representations of the image. Arithmetic coding.properties and examples. DCT. 50 UNIT: I [25%] • An Introduction Image Processing: Image digitization. Polygonal approximation. (CS) SEM-III Teaching Scheme (Hrs Per Week) Th. sub band coding. Chain codes. KL Transformproperties and examples • Image Enhancement and Restoration: Point processing. Boundary segments. image resolution. Transform coding. predictive compression methods. 3 MSC 302/303: IMAGE PROCESSING Examination scheme (Marks) INTERNAL Th. 100 TOTAL Pr. KHERVA M. bit-plane coding. 2D DFT. Haar Transform. sampling and quantization. Review of some image processing and pattern recognition techniques. 2D orthogonal and unitary transforms. Signatures.variable-length. Application of image Processing. JPEG standard. wavelets) Loss less. lossy Transform (DCT) based coding. Huffman. histogram equalization. 30 Th. Slant transform. Image transforms (KLT. linear and nonlinear Inverse and Wiener filters UNIT: III [25%] • Image compression: redundancy and compression models – loss less and lossy: Pixel and predictive coding. Optical image processing. FFT. spatial filtering-in space and frequency. Loss less predictive coding. 70 Pr. Topologies. image processing. DCT. JPEG and MPEG. Sc. Spatial processing.GANPAT UNIVERSITY. Nonlinear filtering. 30 Pr. vector quantization. Image processing fundamentals and morphological operations UNIT: II [25%] • Two-Dimensional System Theory and Representation and description of scenes: Filter design. Importance and applications of vision. hierarchical and progressive methods. Color image processing fundamentals. color perception and processing. . 4 Pr. Comparison with human vision systems.

Boyle Digital Image Processing By William K. Pratt Digital Image Processing By Kenneth R.Unit-III & IV Objective/ Short Questions Q.2 .UNIT: IV [25%] • Image understanding and recognition: Matching by templates. forensic and security system. E.Unit-IV Descriptive/ Long questions Note: Options should be given in all questions ----------X--------(11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) (11 Marks) (12 Marks) (12 Marks) .Unit-II Descriptive/ Long questions Section-II Q.1 . Hlavac. • Applications: Automatic visual system in part inspection. Image Processing. Chandra and D. Castleman Question Paper Scheme: University Examination Duration: 3 Hours. entertainmentmultimedia.Unit-III Descriptive/ Long questions Q. Dutta Majumder. Section-I Q. R.6 . Gonzalez and R. statistical. C. matching shapes by contour and texture.4 . Analysis and Machine Vision By Milan Sonka.5 . neural network based. V.Unit-I & II Objective/ Short Questions Q. Woods. scientific and medical investigation Reference Books: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Digital Image Processing By R. classifiers-models.Unit-I Descriptive/ Long questions Q. Digital Image Processing and Analysis By B.3 .

-- UNIT: I [25%] • Introduction: Introduction. 100 TOTAL Pr. Wireless Network. Smart Client Development. 30 Pr. Enterprise Integration Through Synchronization UNIT: III [25%] • Building Smart Client Applications: Thin Client Overview. Mobile Devices. Location-Based Services. KHERVA M. Other Useful Technologies Reference Books: (1) Mobile & Wireless Design Essentials By Martyn Mallick (2) An Embedded Software Primer – David E. Mobile and Wireless Security UNIT: II [25%] • Building Client Applications: Smart Client Overview. 4 Pr. Persistent Data on the Client. Mobile and Wireless Messaging. Voice Applications with VoiceXML UNIT: IV [25%] • Enterprise Data Managment: Mobile Information Management. -Th. Mobile Application Architectures. Thin Client Development. Wireless Internet Technology and Vendors. Sc.GANPAT UNIVERSITY. -EXTERNAL Th. (CS) SEM-III Teaching Scheme (Hrs Per Week) Th. -- MSC 304: MOBILE AND WIRELESS DEVICES Examination scheme (Marks) INTERNAL Th. Simon . Wireless Languages and ContentGeneration Technologies. 70 Pr.

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The following are possible alternatives for projects. 2. Examples are alumni record and follow . 3. Sc. designing. a team in a subsequent class can expand on it. bookstore ordering/accounting. The projects involve part of all of the system development cycle. and classroom scheduling system. (CS) SEM-III MSC 305 INDUSTRIAL PROJECT – I Duration 50 Days Examination scheme (Marks) INTERNAL 50 EXTERNAL 150 TOTAL 200 OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSE To provide the students with experience in analyzing. Development of a system for a local firm under supervision of the faculty and the systems analysis staff.up system. ALTERNATIVES: 1. . obtaining experience in the revision and sophistication of existing computer based systems.GANPAT UNIVERSITY. Students work in teams to acquire practical the behavioral considerations in systems development. Development for hypothetical application students develops an application for a hypothetical firm and prepares system development deliverables. KHERVA M. Once a team has completed its projects. students develop small applications for a computer – based management information system for a local firm. students develop a system to benefit the university. implementation and evaluating information systems INSTRUCTIONAL NOTES Students are assigned one system development project. Development of a system for a university/college under the supervision of the faculty and the university administrative data processing unit. Students might also work as members of established client company teams.

Moreover they have to bring these reports with the final report at the time of final report at the time of external examination. The external examiners appointed by the University will give the external marks on the basis of the heads like Presentation. The project can be developed in any language or platform but it is required to get it approved by the head of the institution. if the student proposal is rejected. The duration of the project will be 50 days. For the purpose of approval. the revised proposal in the same or other area is required to submit and get it sanctioned. . 2. 3. The Internal Guide or Head of the Institution will give the internal marks.Rules for the Project: 1. -------------X------------- 4. These marks may be given on the bases of regular reporting of the student to the internal guide. Demonstration. The students have to report to the internal guide for at least 2 times during the project life span with the progress report duly signed by external guide. The distribution of marks to different heads may be decided at the time of evaluation of the project but it is expected to have the same distribution. they have to submit their project titles and proposals with the name of internal and external guides to the Head of Institution within In case. Viva Voice. The passing standard is 40%. and Documentation etc. Failing to do this. 6. 5. The students can develop their project individually or in a group of not more than 2 students. his/her term will not be granted.

the revised proposal in the same or other area. if the student proposal is rejected. Failing to do this. analyzing. KHERVA M. (2) The passing standard is 40% in internal and external Examination separately. His/her term will not be granted. For the purpose of approval. (CS) SEM-III MSC 401 INDUSTRIAL PROJECT – II Practical Hours/Week 30 Examination Scheme (Marks) INTERNAL 250 EXTERNAL 400 TOTAL 650 Objectives Of The Course To provide the students with experience in study. Sc. (4) The students have to report to the internal guide for at least 3 times during the project life span with the progress report duly signed by external guide. they have to submit their project titles and proposals with the name of internal and external guides to the Head/Project Coordinator of Institution within 15 days of the commencement of the sixth semester. These marks may be given on the bases of regular reporting of the student to the internal guide and a report obtained from the external guide. implementation and evaluating the information systems. The students can develop their project individually or in a group of not more than 2 students. There is no gracing in Internal Examination for this subject. (5) The external examiners appointed by the University will give the external marks on the basis of the heads like Presentation. designing. The distribution of the marks to different heads may be decided at the time of evaluation of the project but it is expected to have the same distribution. Rules for the Project: (1) The duration of the project will be minimum of 120 days. is required to submit and get it sanctioned within next 10 days.GANPAT UNIVERSITY. (6) The Internal Guide/Project Coordinator of Institution will give the internal marks. In case. Demonstration. (3) The project can be developed in any language or platform but it is required to get it approved by the head of the institution. Viva Voice. Documentation etc. -------------X------------- . Moreover they have to bring these reports with the final report at the time of final report at the time of external examination.