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COURSE SCHEME FOR B.E 6TH SEMESTER COMPUTER ENGG. FOR EXAMINATION TO BE HELD IN JUNE, 2011 ONWARDS . Course Number COM-601 COM-602 COM-603 COM-604 COM-605 COM-606 COM-607 COM-608 COM-609 Title Advanced Microprocessor. Analysis & Design of Algorithms RDBMS Multimedia Operating System. Software Engg Advanced Microprocessor Lab. Operating System Lab. RDBMS Lab Total Curriculum Hrs/week L 3 3 3 3 3 3 18 T 2 2 2 2 2 2 12 P 2 2 2 6 Theory 100 100 100 100 100 100 600 Marks TOTAL Sessional 40 40 40 40 40 40 240 Practical 60 50 50 160 140 140 140 140 140 140 60 50 50 1000
Addressing Modes. Section B Numerical Data Processor (8087): . 8086 CPU Hardware Design: .Peter Afzel Note :.8086 Signals. Repeat-Until Implementations. Applications. Coprocessor configuration. References/Texts:1. COURSE TITLE: ADVANCED MICROPROCESSOR. System Bus Timing. COM-601 DURATION OF EXAM: 3 HOURS L T MARKS Theory Sessionals 3 2 Section A 100 40 Introduction to 16-bit Microprocessor: .Douglas V. Instruction Set. Flags. Hall .E 6TH SEMESTER BRANCH: COMPUTER ENGG.LIU & Gibson . Use of Calculator is allowed . Minimum and Maximum Mode of CPU model.Programmable Parallel Ports.NDP¶s data types.Queue Status. IBM PC Programming . Concept of segmented Memory. 80386. Programming & Design 3. Programs using Procedures. 8086 Interrupt Vector Table. Handshake I/P & O/P Interfacing a microprocessor to keyboard/alphanumeric displays. Introduction to 80186. lock facility. Introduction to Pentium IV. Multiprocessor Configuration: . Addressing Memory and Ports in Micro Computer System. While.Simple Sequence programs. Processor Architecture. 80286. Lathe. interfacing with printer. closely and loosely coupled configuration.8086/8088 architecture. COURSE No. Five questions have to be attempted selecting atleast two questions from each section. Microprocessor & Interfacing 2.Do. 8086 Family Assembly Language Programming and Techniques:. four from each section. Digital Interfacing: .UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU FOR EXAMINATION TO BE HELD FROM JUNE 2011 ONWARDS CLASS: B. Interrupt Service Subroutine.There shall be eight questions of 20 marks each. 8086/88 based Multiprocessor system. Instruction set Interfacing with 8086/88. Jumps.
Ullman. NP-Hard and NP. Performance measurement. Dynamic Programming :. COURSE TITLE: ANALYSIS AND DESIGN ALGORITHMS. Hopcraft . Building a Heap. Reliability Design.Complete Problems: -Basic concepts.There shall be eight questions of 20 marks each.General methods. Heap & Hash Tables:. Back Tracking :. Greedy Method :.Comparison Trees For searching & Sorting . Finding the Maximum & Minimum. 3. Knapsack Problem. Divide and Conquer:. Applications. Quick Sort & Selection sort. Mergesort. Open Addressing. Hamiltonian Cycles. Lower Bound Theory:. shortest path. Parallel Comparison trees. I/O Knapsack. Binary Search. Multiplication. Sartaj Sahni. Oracle & Adversary Arguments. References:1. Use of Calculator is allowed .General Methods. Traveling Salesperson Problem. Branch & Bound :. Polynomial Time Algorithms. Introduction to Approximation Algorithms. Look¶s Theorem. Rehashing. four from each section. 4. Double Hashing.Queens Problem.General Methods. Five questions have to be attempted selecting atleast two questions from each section. Lower Bounds through Reduction.. Asymptotic Notation. Optimal Storage on Tapes. Multistage Graphs. Resolving Collision by separate Chaining. I/O Knapsack Problem. by Ellis Horowitz. Section B Design Techniques:1. Quadratic Probing. ENGG. 5. Hash Table. COM-602 DURATION OF EXAM: 3 HOURS L T MARKS Theory Sessionals 3 2 100 Section A 40 Introduction to Algorithms. COURSE No. Note :. Analysing the Performance of an Algorithm. The 8. Operations on Heaps.M. Recurrence Relations.UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU FOR EXAMINATION TO BE HELD FROM JUNE 2011 ONWARDS CLASS: B. Optimal Merge Patterns. write Algorithms in SPARK¶s. 2.NP-hard & NP ±complete classes. Non-Deterministic Algorithms. Knapsack Problem. Data Structure & Algorithm by J.General Method.T. Strassen¶s Matrix. 2. Space /Time complexity. Traveling Salesperson problem.Representing a Heap. Job Sequencing with Deadlines.E 6TH SEMESTER BRANCH: COMPUTER / I. Hashing Functions.The method. Single Source. Fundamentals of Computer Algorithms.
Relational Calculus. Normalization using join dependencies. 4.Views-Data independenceComponents of DBMS-Advantages and disadvantages. Virtual memory. Normalization using functional dependency. Buffer management. Database System Concepts :Korth. Relational . Direct Files . distributed query processing.Data associations . Logical and physical pointers. Recovery in a centralized DBMS. Distributed Databases:-Introduction.There shall be eight questions of 20 marks each. Networks Data distribution. Entity . COURSE TITLE: RDBMS COURSE No. Crash Recovery:. Serial Files.TMH An introduction to Database Systems :Bipin C.Introduction. Note :.Attributes and domains. Desai Principles of Data Base Management Systems:Aho Ullman Oracle :Ivan Bayross. Indexing using tree structure. Data Models:. Disaster recovery. File Organization :.Silberchatz . four from each section.E 6TH SEMESTER BRANCH: COMPUTER ENGG. COM-603 DURATION OF EXAM: 3 HOURS L T MARKS Theory Sessionals 3 2 Section A 100 40 Basic Concepts:.Reliability. Index Sequential files.Data models classification . . Transactions. Tuples. Domain key normal form. 3. Integrity rules. Reference Books:1. 2. Five questions have to be attempted selecting atleast two questions from each section. Section B Relational Model and Relational Data-base Design:.UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU FOR EXAMINATION TO BE HELD FROM JUNE 2011 ONWARDS CLASS: B. Record placement. Use of Calculator is allowed.Data Modeling-Records and files-Abstraction and data integration.Network and Hierarchical models. Data Manipulation using SQL. Object naming. Reflecting updates to the database and recovery. Comparison of these models.relationship model. Relations and schemas. Relational algebra . Advantages and disadvantages of DDBMS. Sequential files. relation representation. keys. Normalization using join dependencies.
Nahrstedt.B Broadband ATM Networks. 2. Books Recommended: 1. documents.There shall be eight questions of 20 marks each. Use of Calculator is allowed . Mutimedia Computing. COM-604 DURATION OF EXAM: 3 HOURS L T MARKS Theory Sessionals 3 2 SECTION. Protocol Architecture. Reference Models. Five questions have to be attempted selecting atleast two questions from each section. Multimedia Applications & Architecture. 3. Interactive Applications over the Internet. Audio & Video Compression. High Speed PSTN. Video & Audio File Formats & their representation. SECTION. four from each section. Networks & Standards relating to Interpersonal Communication. Multimedia in Practice . Communication & Application by Steinmetz R & K. Multimedia Information Representation. Image.Technology & Application by Jeffcoate J. Multimedia Databases. Multimedia Operating System & Synchronization. COURSE No. Text & Image Compression. Multimedia Networks. ATM MAN¶s. Note :. Multimedia Communication by Fred Halsall.A 100 40 Introduction to Multimedia. Media & Data Streams.E 6TH SEMESTER BRANCH: COMPUTER ENGG COURSE TITLE: MULTI MEDIA. Access Technologies. Multimedia Communications.UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU FOR EXAMINATION TO BE HELD FROM JUNE 2011 ONWARDS CLASS: B. ATM LANs.
CASE STUDY: Introduction to UNIX. Memory Management: Logical & Physical Address space. Cache Memory. Process Management:. Process Coordination: . Semaphores. UNIX File System.Synchronization : Race-Conditions. O. 3. Donovan. User O. Bach. Deadlock Prevention. Bourne Shell.. Computer System Architecture. Essential Unix Commands. C Shell. System Programs. System calls. Allocation of Frames. COM-605 DURATION OF EXAM: 3 HOURS L T MARKS Theory Sessionals 3 2 Section A 100 40 Introduction Concepts:. Segmentation. COURSE No. Trapping Signals. shared Memory. Demand paged memory management. Scheduling Algorithms. Pipe Lines.UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU FOR EXAMINATION TO BE HELD FROM JUNE 2011 ONWARDS CLASS: B. Recovery. Services.S.Operating System functions & Characteristics. Design and Implementation and structure. Five questions have to be attempted selecting atleast two questions from each section.S. Thrashing. four from each section.S. Job Scheduling. Readers-writers Problem. process Scheduling. Detection. Note :. Contiguous & Non-Contiguous Memory Allocation. Deitel.Study of state models. Design of UNIX Operating system by Maurice J.D. Avoidance. system Administration. Historical Evolution of O. Scheduling Criteria. Multiple Process Scheduling.E 6TH SEMESTER BRANCH: COMPUTER ENGG. Use of Calculator is allowed .S. Bounded-Buffer Problem. Operating System by Stuart E. Paging. Messages. Madnik. Jhon J. Page replacement. O. Visual Editor. Virtual Machines. Dining ±Philosophers Problem Section B Deadlocks : Characteristics. Process Creation. semaphores. Interface. Spooling. Swapping & Overlays. Inter Process Communication. Reference/ Books Recommended :1. critical ±Section problems. COURSE TITLE: OPERATING SYSTEM.There shall be eight questions of 20 marks each. Operating System by J. 4. 2. Operating System Principle by H. Peterson & Silberschtz . Structure of Page Table.L. Process Termination.
Software Engineering.UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU FOR EXAMINATION TO BE HELD FROM JUNE 2011 ONWARDS CLASS: B. COURSE No.E 6TH SEMESTER BRANCH: COMPUTER / I. transaction analysis. Software scope . COM-606 DURATION OF EXAM: 3 HOURS L T MARKS Theory Sessionals 3 2 Section A 100 40 Introduction to Software Engineering:. design process considerations. Basic Path Testing .T. Jackson System development. Maintenance characteristics. Software Design Fundamentals :. Software planning objectives. Data design.L. Maintainability. Maintenance Side Effects. storage and processing time analysis. Software reviews. Validation Testing . Reference books:1. Software Engineering paradigms. Design fundamentals . COURSE TITLE: SOFTWARE ENGG. complexity measures. software quality metrics.Software project estimation.Software Testing Fundamentals. procedural design. specifications requirement analysis tools. Note :. software reliability. Software acquisition. four from each section. System and software Planning :. transform analysis. Architectural design.Automated estimation models. Five questions have to be attempted selecting atleast two questions from each section. Use of Calculator is allowed . Control Structure Testing . Design process considerations. A practitioner's approach: R. Software re-engineering. Integrated approach to Software Engineering : Pankaj Jalote 3. System Testing .There shall be eight questions of 20 marks each.Effective modular design. Software testing and maintenance:. Reverse Engineering and Re-engineering. system analysis.Software quality and software quality assurance. Software Engineering : M. Whitebox Testing. 2. Unit Testing Integration Testing .S.Software Considerations: Software characteristics Software crisis Software myths. Modeling the system architecture.The design process. Software Quality Assurance:. Design documentation. Pressman. ENGG. Software project scheduling . Decomposition techniques. Data flow diagrams. system specification. Design optimization. Section B Data flow oriented design : Design and information flow. Software Testing Strategies.Requirement analysis. Software requirement analysis :.Planning phase of system definition. Black Box Testing . Software maintenance: Definition . Shooman. Design post processing . Analysis principles. Maintenance Tasks. Empirical estimation models .
without using MUL instruction.Write a program to count the number of words in a string.Write a program to perform subtraction using 2's complement. 8.Write a program for converting BCD to binary (hex) number. Usage of Vi Editor of UNIX. 6. 7. 4. UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU FOR EXAMINATION TO BE HELD FROM JUNE 2011 ONWARDS CLASS: B. COURSE NO: COM-607 DURATION OF EXAM: 3 Hrs L T P MARKS Following are the programs in Assembly Language - 2 PRACTICALS 60 1.Write a program to display a message on monitor. 3. 2.Write a program for multiplying two 8-bit numbers and display their 16-bit product. .E 6TH SEMESTER BRANCH: COMPUTER COURSE TITLE: ADVANCED MICROPROCESSOR LAB.Write a program for comparison of two strings.Write a program to calculate the factorial of n number. 9.E 6TH SEMESTER BRANCH: COMPUTER COURSE TITLE: OPERATING SYSTEM LAB. 10. COURSE NO: COM-608 DURATION OF EXAM: 3 Hrs L T P MARKS PRACTICALS y y y - 2 50 Implementation of UNIX and DOS Commands. Designing Programs using the concept of Shell Programming. 5. Write a program to multiply nos.UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU FOR EXAMINATION TO BE HELD FROM JUNE 2011 ONWARDS CLASS: B.Write a program for division of two numbers.Write a program for addition of 2 numbers.
E 6TH SEMESTER BRANCH: COMPUTER COURSE TITLE: RDBMS LAB. Relational Database SQL Commands. Data . Normalization of Database. Operation on the RDBMS. COURSE NO: COM-609 DURATION OF EXAM: 3 Hrs L T P MARKS PRACTICALS - - 2 50 Database creation.UNIVERSITY OF JAMMU FOR EXAMINATION TO BE HELD FROM JUNE 2011 ONWARDS CLASS: B.