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Course Handout
Department Of Information Technology

SEMESTER 7
PERIOD: JULY 2016 - DECEMBER 2016

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RAJAGIRI SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY


Department of Information Technology

Vision
To evolve into a department of excellence in information technology by the creation and
exchange of knowledge through leading edge research, innovation and services, which will
in turn contribute towards solving complex societal problems and thus building a peaceful
and prosperous mankind.

Mission
To impart high quality technical education, research training, professionalism and strong
ethical values in the young minds for ensuring their productive careers in industry and
academia so as to work with a commitment to the betterment of mankind.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)


Graduates of Information Technology program shall

PEO 1: Have strong technical foundation for successful professional careers and to evolve
as key-players/ entrepreneurs in the field of information technology.

PEO 2: Excel in analyzing, formulating and solving engineering problems to promote life-
long learning, to develop applications, resulting in the betterment of the society.

PEO 3: Have leadership skills and awareness on professional ethics and codes.

Programme Outcomes (PO)

Information Technology Program Students will be able to:

PO 1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering


fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering
problems.

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PO 2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze


complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of
mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

PO 3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering


problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with
appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and
environmental considerations.

PO 4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and


research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and
synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

PO 5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and
modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex
engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

PO 6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge
to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent
responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

PO 7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional


engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the
knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

PO 8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and


responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO 9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member


or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

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PO 10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with


the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend
and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and
give and receive clear instructions.

PO 11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of


the engineering and management principles and apply these to ones own work, as a
member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

PO 12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to
engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological
change.

Program Specific Outcomes(PSO)

Information Technology Program Students will be able to:


PSO1: Acquire skills to design, analyse and develop algorithms and implement them using
high-level programming languages.

PSO2: Contribute their engineering skills in computing and information engineering


domains like network design and administration, database design and knowledge
engineering.

PSO3: Develop strong skills in systematic planning, developing, testing implementing and
providing IT solutions for different domains which helps in the betterment of life.

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INDEX

Sl. No Content Page No


1 Assignment Schedule for S7 IT 8

2 IT010 701 Financial Management and E-Banking 9

10
2.1 Course Information Sheet

2.2 Course Plan 15

2.2 Tutorial 17

2.3 Assignment 19

3 IT010 702 Object Oriented Modelling and Design 21

3.1 Course Information Sheet 22

3.2 Course Plan 27

3.3 Tutorial 30

3.4 Assignment 30

IT010 703 Computer Graphics and Multimedia


4 Systems 31

4.1 Course Information Sheets 32

4.2 Course Plan 37

4.3 Tutorial 39

4.4 Assignment 40

5 IT010704Internetworking 41

5.1 Course Information Sheets 42

5.2 Course Plan 47

5.3 Tutorial 48

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5.4 Assignment 49

6 50
IT010 705 Web Applications Development
6.1 Course Information Sheets 51

6.2 Course Plan 56

6.3 Tutorial 58

6.4 Assignment 58

7 IT010 706L05 Operating System Kernel Design 59

7.1 Course Information Sheets 60

7.2 Course Plan 64

7.3 Tutorial 66

7.4 Assignment 66

8 IT010 706L06 Data Mining and Data Warehousing 67

8.1 Course Information Sheets 68

8.2 Course Plan 75

8.3 Tutorial 77

8.4 Assignment 78

9 IT010 707 Internetworking Lab 91

9.1 Course Information Sheets 92

9.2 Lab Cycle 97

9.3 Lab Schedule 100

9.4 Open Questions 101

9.5 Advanced Questions 105

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10 IT010 708 Computer Aided Software Engineering Lab 79

10.1 Course Information Sheets 80

10.2 Lab Schedule 84

10.3 Lab Cycle 86

10.4 Open Questions 88

10.5 Advanced Questions 89

11 IT010 709 Seminar 108

11.1 Course Information Sheets 109

11.2 Seminar Schedule 112

12 IT010 710 Project 117

12.1 Course Information Sheets 118

12.2 Project Schedule 120

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ASSIGNMENT SCHEDULE FOR S7 IT

Week Subject Subject Teacher

Week 1 Financial Management and E-Banking Dipti Lunawat

Week 2 Object Oriented Modelling and Design Divya James

Computer Graphics and Multimedia


Week 3 Lakshmi KS
Systems

Week 4 Internetworking Jisha G

Week 5 Web Applications Development Chinchu Krishna

Data Mining and Data Warehousing/


Week 6 Sherly KK/ Mathews Abraham
Operating System Kernel Design

Week 7 Financial Management and E-Banking Dipti Lunawat

Week 8 Object Oriented Modelling and Design Divya James

Computer Graphics and Multimedia


Week 9 Lakshmi KS
Systems

Week 10 Internetworking Jisha G

Week 11 Web Applications Development Chinchu Krishna

Data Mining and Data Warehousing/


Week 12 Sherly KK/ Mathews Abraham
Operating System Kernel Design
Prepared By Approved By

DIVYA JAMES BINU A

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IT010 701
FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
AND E-BANKING

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IT010 701 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND E-BANKING

COURSE INFORMATION SHEET

PROGRAMME: INFORMATION DEGREE: BTECH


TECHNOLOGY
COURSE: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND E SEMESTER: VII CREDITS: 4
BANKING
COURSE CODE :IT010 701 COURSE TYPE: CORE
REGULATION: 2010
COURSE AREA/DOMAIN: CONTACT HOURS: 2+2(Tutorial) hours/Week.
CORRESPONDING LAB COURSE CODE (IF ANY): LAB COURSE NAME:

SYLLABUS:
UNIT DETAILS HOURS
The basic concepts of Accounting: The separation of ownership and control, The
I users of accounts, Computers and users of accounts, Accounting concepts and
conventions, Accounting equation, Balance sheet, Classifying items, The processing 12
function.
Book-Keeping: The double-entry system, Double-entry of expenses, Asset of stock,
Capital and revenue expenditure, Balancing accounts on computers, The trial
II balance, The final accounts, Depreciation, Bad debts and provision for bad debts, 12
Division of the ledger, Books of original entry, Source documents, Accounting
systems, Interpretation of accounts.

Costing: Cost Accounting, Classifying costs, The implications for programming, The
operating statement, the cost of raw materials, the cost of direct labour, the cost of
overheads, job costing, Break-even analysis, Break-even graphs, Budgeting, Standard
III costing, Variance analysis, Marginal costing. Ratio Analysis: Ratio meaning, 12
profitability ratios, profit in relation to sales, profit in relation to investments, Liquid
ratios, Solvency ratios, other ratios, Activity ratios, Eps, DuPont Financial analysis,
ratios for predicating bankruptcy, Inter-fim comparison, ratios limitations.

Fund Flow Statement: Meaning, Importance, Definition of terms, Funds and Flow,
Sources and use of funds, Changes in working capital, Preparation of funds flow
statements, cash flow statements, Sources and uses, preparation. Cost Reduction:
IV Difference between cost control and cost reduction, Prequisites for an effective cost 12
reduction, Concept of value analysis- crux of the cost reduction, steps involved in

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introducing a cost reduction program, some examples of cost reduction, Common


limitations.
E-Banking: Changing Dynamics in the Banking Industry, Changing Consumer Needs,
Cost Reduction, Demographic Trends, Regulatory Reform, Technology Based
V Financial services products. Home Banking Implementation Approaches, Home 12
Banking Using Banks Proprietary Software, Banking via the PC Using Dial-Up
Software, Banking via Online Services, Banking via the Web: Security First Network
Bank. Open versus Closed Models, Management Issues in Online Banking,
Differentiating Products and Services, Managing Financial Supply Chains, Pricing
Issues in Online Banking, Marketing Issues: Attracting Customers, Keeping
Customers, Back-Office Support for Online Banking, Integrating Telephone Call
Centers with the Web.
TOTAL HOURS 60

TEXT/REFERENCE BOOKS:

T/R BOOK TITLE/AUTHORS/PUBLICATION


T/R K Sharma and Shasi K Gupta Management Accounting Principles And Practice, Kalyani
Publishers.
T/R Khan and Jain, Theory and Problems in Financial Management, Tata Mc Graw Hill
T/R Eugene .F. Brigham & Joel F Houston, Fundamentals of Financial Management, Thomson
Learning.
T/R P.H. Basset,t Computerised Accounting, NCC Blackwell Ltd. , Oxford, 1994

R M.C Shukla & T.S.Grewal, Advanced Accounts, S.Chand & Co. , New Delhi

R Ravi Kalkota,Andrew B. Whinston,Electronic Commerc A Managers Guide, Pearson Education


2006.
R Nand Dharmeja & K.S. Sastry, Finance & Accounting for ,Managerial Competiveness, Weeler
Publishing, Allahabad

COURSE PRE-REQUISITES:
To have basis understanding of financial terms and basic business terminology.

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
1 To understand the basic concepts of Accounting, book keeping, costing, fund flow and e- banking
2 To develop the ability of the students to understand the need of finance in the business
environment and common terminology used in Financial Management .

COURSE OUTCOMES:

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Blooms
SLNO DESCRIPTION Taxono
my Level
C701.1 Students will be Conversant with the need, scope and important concepts of Knowled
accounting ge
(level1)
C701.2 Students will be able to prepare Journal, Ledger, Trail Balance and Final Accounts Create
(level 2)
C701.3 Students should have gained fair knowledge about various Marginal Costing Apply
concepts, Cost Volume Price, Break Even Point analysis and basic skills to (level 3 )
understand the need of Costing concepts in various business contexts.
C701.4 Students should have gained the basic skill to understand Fund Flow Statement, Understa
Cash Flow statement and its need and importance. additional information. nd (level
2)
C701.5 Students should have gained basic knowledge of E banking and use of Information Understa
Technology in banking industry. nd and
Analyze
(level 4)

CO-PO AND CO-PSO MAPPING


PO1 PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO1 PO1 PO1 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2
C701.1 _ _ _ - _ _ _ - _ _ 1 1 _ _
C701.2 _ _ _ 2 _ _ _ - _ _ 2 - _ _ _
C701.3 _ _ _ 1 _ _ _ - _ _ 2 - _ _ 1
C701.4 _ _ _ 2 _ _ _ - _ _ 1 - _ _ 1
C701.5 _ _ _ - _ _ _ 1 _ _ 1 1 - _ 1

JUSTIFICATIONS FOR CO-PO MAPPING


MAPPING LOW/MEDIUM/H JUSTIFICATION
IGH
C701.1-PO11 L Knowledge of Accounting, to manage projects and excel in
multidisciplinary environments.
C701.1-PO12 L Preparation of Accounts and ability to be independent and life-
long learning in the field of Accounting.
C701.2-PO4 M Reading and Preparation of balance sheet which includes
interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to
provide valid conclusions.
C701.2-PO11 M Knowledge of Finance and apply these to ones own work, as a
member and leader in a team, to manage projects

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C701.3-PO4 L Knowledge of costing to analysis and interpretation of data,


and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
C701.3-PO11 M Knowledge of costing techniques to determine cost of project
and pricing of the product and to manage projects.
C701.3-PS03 L Knowledge of basic skills in systematic planning of cost needed
in developing, testing implementing and providing IT solutions
for different domains which helps in the betterment of life.
C701.4-PO4 M Knowledge of Cash Flow and Fund Flow, enabling them to
interpret the financial data and providing valid conclusions.
C701.4-PO11 L Knowledge of various sources of Funds and application of
funds in business, to manage funds most efficiently in their
business.
C701.4-PSO3 L Knowledge of predicting the fund requirement for in
developing, testing implementing and providing IT solutions for
different domains which helps in the betterment of life.
C701.5-PO8 L Knowledge of E banking, ethical principles and commit to
professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the
engineering practice for betterment.
C701.5-PO11 L Knowledge of Home Banking Implementation Approaches
which helps to understand the management principles and apply
these to E banking.
C701.5-PO12 L Knowledge of E Banking and Plastic Money and how Society can
be served better in todays Era of cashless Society .
C701.5-PSO1 L Application of knowledge of Finance to systematic plan,
develop, test, implement and provide IT solutions for E banking
channels which helps in the betterment of life.

GAPS IN THE SYLLABUS - TO MEET INDUSTRY/PROFESSION REQUIREMENTS:


SL DESCRIPTION PROPOSED RELEVAN RELEVANC
NO ACTIONS CE WITH E WITH
POs PSOs
1 Encourage students to apply financial knowledge for ASSIGNMENTS 11,12 3
Budgeting there cost to start a new project including
the distinction between fixed capital and working
capital.
PROPOSED ACTIONS: TOPICS BEYOND SYLLABUS/ASSIGNMENT/INDUSTRY VISIT/GUEST LECTURER/NPTEL ETC

TOPICS BEYOND SYLLABUS/ADVANCED TOPICS/DESIGN:


SL DESCRIPTION PROPOSED RELEVANCE WITH RELEVANCE WITH
NO ACTIONS POs PSOs

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1 Preparation for Budget, master Assignments 11,12 3


Plan for new business venture

WEB SOURCE REFERENCES:


1 www.ifrs.org; www.icai.org ; www.icwai.org; www.icsi.edu

DELIVERY/INSTRUCTIONAL METHODOLOGIES:
CHALK & TALK STUD. ASSIGNMENT WEB RESOURCES
LCD/SMART BOARDS STUD. SEMINARS ADD-ON COURSES

ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES-DIRECT
ASSIGNMENTS STUD. SEMINARS TESTS/MODEL EXAMS UNIV.
EXAMINATION
STUD. LAB PRACTICES STUD. VIVA MINI/MAJOR PROJECTS CERTIFICATIONS
ADD-ON COURSES OTHERS

ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES-INDIRECT
ASSESSMENT OF COURSE OUTCOMES (BY STUDENT FEEDBACK ON FACULTY
FEEDBACK, ONCE) (TWICE)
ASSESSMENT OF MINI/MAJOR PROJECTS BY EXT. OTHERS
EXPERTS

Prepared by Approved by
Dipti Lunawat BINU A, HOD

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IT010 701 Financial Management And E-Banking


COURSE PLAN

Course Plan

Days Duration Topics


Basic concepts of Accounting: The separation of ownership and control, The
Day 1 2 users of accounts

Day 2 2 Acounting concepts and conventions

Day 3 2 Accounting equation,

Day 4 2 Accounting equation,

Day 5 2 Balance sheet, Classifying items,

Day 6 2 Computers and users of accounts, The processing function.

Day 7 2 Book-Keeping: The double-entry system, Double-entry of expenses,

Day 8 2 Journal Enteries

Day 9 2 Capital and revenue expenditure

Day 10 2 Depreciation, Bad debts and provision for bad debts, Division of the ledger

Day 11 2 The trial balance,

Day 12 2 The final accounts

Day 13 2 Costing: Cost Accounting, Classifying costs, The implications for programming
The operating statement, the cost of raw materials, the cost of direct labour,
Day 14 2 the cost of overheads

Day 15 2 Break-even analysis, Break-even graphs,

Day 18 2 Ratio analysis

Day 19 2 Ratio analysis

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Day 22 2 Job costing, Budgeting

Day 23 2 Standard costing, Variance analysis, Marginal costing

Day 24 0 Fund Flow Statement: Meaning, Importance, Definition of terms,

Day 25 0
Sources and use of funds, Changes in working capital, Preparation of funds
Day 26 2 flow statements

Day 27 2 cash flow statements, Sources and uses, preparation

Day 28 2 Cost Reduction: Difference between cost control and cost reduction,

Day 29 2 Concept of value analysis- crux of the cost reduction, cost reduction program.

Day 30 2 E-Banking: Regulatory Reform, Technology Based Financial services products.


Home Banking Implementation Approaches, Management Issues in Online
Day 31 2 Bank

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TUTORIAL

Prepare the following trial balance, prepare trading a/c, P& I a/c, and for the year ending
31/12/2013 balance sheet:-

Particulars c/f Debit Credit

Rajan capital 29000

Drawings 760

Purchases 8900

Sales 15000

Sales returns 280

Purchase returns 450

1/1/13 stock 1200

Wages 800

Building 22000

Freight and carriage 2000

Trade expense 200

Advertisement 240

Interest 350

Taxes and insurance 130

Debtors 6500

Creditors 1200

B/R 1500

B/P 700

Cash at bank 1200

Cash in hand 190

Salaries 800

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46700 46700

Adjustments:
(1) Stock on 31/12/13 was valued at Rs 1500
(2) Insurance was prepaid to the extent of Rs 40
(3) Outstanding liabilities were salaries 200 and taxes 130
(4) Depreciation on building Rs 2% p.a

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ASSIGNMENT 1

1. Define Accounting. State its usefulness.

2. Prepare a balance sheet with any five items using imaginary figures.

Particulars Debit Credit

Bad debts provision 100

Cash in hand 3400

Bank balance 22000

Creditors 28000

Debtors 9500

Bills receivable 3200

Bills payable 10000

ASSIGNMENT 2

From the following trial balance prepare trading account, profit and loss account and
balance sheet:

Particulars Debit (Rs) Credit (Rs)

Cash in hand 1,500

Cash at bank 10,000

Purchases 1,40,000

Sales 2,50,000

Return inwards 3,000

Return outwards 1,500

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Wages 30,000

Fuel and power 5,000

Building 1,00,000

Plant and machinery 90,000

Sundry creditors 16,000

Salaries 10,000

Debtors 9,000

Rent and rates 3,200

Patents 6,000

Capital 1,40,200

4,07,700 4,07,700

Adjustments:

i. Closing stock is valued at Rs.50,000


ii. Outstanding wages Rs.2,000
iii. Rent and rates prepaid Rs.600

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IT010 702
Object Oriented Modelling
and Design

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IT010 702 Object Oriented Modelling And Design


COURSE INFORMATION SHEET

PROGRAMME:INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEGREE: BTECH


COURSE: Object Oriented Modeling and Design SEMESTER: VII
CREDITS: 3
COURSE CODE: IT010 702 COURSE TYPE: CORE
REGULATION: 2010
COURSE AREA/DOMAIN: Object oriented design CONTACT HOURS: 2+1 (Tutorial)
hours/Week.
CORRESPONDING LAB COURSE CODE (IF LAB COURSE NAME: CASE LAB
ANY):IT010 708

SYLLABUS:
UNIT DETAILS HOURS
object oriented development-modeling concepts object oriented methodology
models object oriented themes-Object Modeling links and associations 10
I advanced links and association concepts generalization and inheritance
grouping constructs a sample object model
Advanced Object Modeling: aggregation abstract classes generalization as
extension and restriction multiple inheritance metadata candidate keys
constraints.
Dynamic modeling: Events and states Operations Nested state diagrams
Concurrency Advanced dynamic modeling concepts A sample dynamic model
II Relationship of Object and Dynamic models. 10
Functional modeling: Functional models Data Flow Diagrams - Specifying
operations Constraints A sample functional model Relation of functional to
Object and Dynamic models.
Analysis: Analysis in object modeling, dynamic modeling and functional
modeling, Adding operations- Iterating the analysis 10
III System Design: Breaking system into subsystems - Identifying concurrency-
allocating subsystems to processors and tasks, managing of data stores. Handling
of global resources- handling boundary conditions-Common Architectural
Frameworks
Object Design: Overview of Object design Combining the three models
IV Designing algorithms Design optimization Implementation of control 8
Adjustment of inheritance - Design of association Object representation
Physical packaging Documenting design decisions-Comparison of
methodologies
Introduction, UML Diagrams Class diagrams, Sequence diagrams, Object
V diagrams, Deployment diagrams, Use case diagrams, State diagrams, Activity 7
diagram, Component diagrams Case Study.
TOTAL HOURS 45

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TEXT/REFERENCE BOOKS:
T/R BOOK TITLE/AUTHORS/PUBLICATION
T1 Object Oriented Modeling and Design James Rumbaugh, Prentice Hall India.

T2 UML Distilled Martin Fowler, Addison Wesley

R1 Object- oriented Systems analysis and design using UML- 4th ed., Simon Bennet,Stephen
McRobb, Ray Farmer. TMH.
R2 Object Oriented Analysis and Design with Applications - Grady Booch, Pearson Education
Asia

COURSE PRE-REQUISITES:
C.CODE COURSE NAME DESCRIPTION SEM
IT010406 OBJECT ORIENTED TECHNIQUES This course gives introduction to object 4
oriented concepts

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
1 To equip the students with the skills of analyzing and designing software systems
2 To impart ideas on building systems through the object oriented modeling approach using the
Unified Modeling Language

COURSE OUTCOMES:
SNO DESCRIPTION PO
MAPPING
C702.1 Graduate will be able to understand the Object oriented view of Systems. a, b, c, d
(Understand level)
C702.2 Graduate will be able to evaluate the complexity in software design. a, c
(Evaluate level)
C702.3 Graduate will be able to develop object-based models in real world projects. C
(Create level)
C702.4 Graduate will be able to be able to analyze information systems in real-world b,j
settings.
(Analyze level)
C702.5 Graduate will be able to represent a real-world system using UML diagrams. e,j
(Understand level)

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CO-PO AND CO-PSO MAPPING


PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8 PO9 PO10 PO11 PO12 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3

C702.1 3 1 2 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 2 _ _
C702.2 2 - 2 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 3 _
C702.3 - _ 2 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 2 _ _
C702.4 3 _ _ _ _ 3 _ _ 2 _ _
C702.5 - _ _ 3 _ _ _ _ 3 _ _ _ _

JUSTIFATIONS FOR CO-PO MAPPING


Mapping LOW/MEDIUM/ Justification
HIGH
C702.1-PO1 H Knowledge about object oriented modeling and how it helps in
representing real world systems.
C702.1-PO2 L The analysis phase helps in formulating the real world problem
before analysis.
C702.1-PO3 M System designs helps in solving high level problems.

C702.1-PO4 L Analysis phase leads to concise representation of a problem


which helps in arriving at a solution.
C702.1-PSO2 H Object oriented model will help application specific knowledge to
be converted to programming knowledge
C702.2-PO1 M Division of a complex system into subsystems , and their object
oriented model, will help in analyzing complex problem and
finding a solution.
C702.2-PO3 M Division of a complex system into subsystems and their object
oriented model will help in dividing complex problem into
solvable sub problems.
C702.2-PSO2 M Knowledge in object oriented modeling will result in better
modular design of softwares.
C702.3-PO3 M Putting object oriented modeling in practice will result in better
software system solutions.
C702.3-PSO1 H Putting object oriented modeling in practice will result in better
software system solutions.
C702.4-PO2 H Object oriented analysis of a system will result in better problem
specialization and understanding of the system
C702.4-PO10 Proper object oriented analysis and representation will lead to
proper domain knowledge communication programmers

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C702.5-PO5 H Proper UML diagram will help in representing complex


systems efficiently
C702.5- H Proper UML diagram will help in conveying information
PO10 from application domain experts to programmers

GAPS IN THE SYLLABUS - TO MEET INDUSTRY/PROFESSION REQUIREMENTS:


SNO DESCRIPTION PROPOSED
ACTIONS
1 STUDY OF VARIOUS UML DIAGRAMS TUTORIAL AND
CASE LAB
2 ENHANCED ENTITY RELATIONSHIP MODEL READING
ASSIGNMENT
PROPOSED ACTIONS: TOPICS BEYOND SYLLABUS/ASSIGNMENT/INDUSTRY VISIT/GUEST
LECTURER/NPTEL ETC

TOPICS BEYOND SYLLABUS/ADVANCED TOPICS/DESIGN:


S.NO DESCRIPTION PO MAPPING
1 MODELING A SOFTWARE SYSTEM USING ANY UML TOOL( ARGO, a, b,d
RATIONAL ROSE ETC)

WEB SOURCE REFERENCES:


1 http://www.tutorialspoint.com/uml/
2 nptel.iitm.ac.in

DELIVERY/INSTRUCTIONAL METHODOLOGIES:
CHALK & TALK STUD. ASSIGNMENT WEB RESOURCES
LCD/SMART BOARDS STUD. SEMINARS ADD-ON COURSES

ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES-DIRECT
STUD. TESTS/MODEL UNIV.
ASSIGNMENT SEMINARS EXAMS EXAMINATION
S
STUD. LAB STUD. VIVA MINI/MAJOR CERTIFICATIONS
PRACTICES PROJECTS
ADD-ON OTHERS
COURSES

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ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES-INDIRECT
ASSESSMENT OF COURSE OUTCOMES (BY STUDENT FEEDBACK ON FACULTY
FEEDBACK, ONCE) (TWICE)
ASSESSMENT OF MINI/MAJOR PROJECTS OTHERS
BY EXT. EXPERTS

Prepared by Approved by

DIVYA JAMES Mr.Binu A (HOD)

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IT010 702 Object Oriented Modelling And Design


COURSE PLAN
Sl.No Module Day Planned

1 1 Day 1 Introduction, object oriented development

2 1 Day 2 Modeling concepts , object oriented methodology


Object oriented themes, OMT, object model, dynamic model,
3 1 Day 3 functional model

4 1 Day 4 Object modeling

5 1 Day 5 Links and association

6 5 Day 6 UML-Introduction

7 5 Day 7 UML Diagrams

8 1 Day 8 Advanced links and association concepts

9 1 Day 9 Generalization and inheritance, grouping constructs

10 1 Day 10 A sample object model

11 1 Day 11 Advanced Object Modeling: aggregation

12 1 Day 12 Abstract classes, generalization as extension and restriction

13 1 Day 13 Multiple inheritance

14 1 Day 14 Metadata, candidate keys

15 1 Day 15 Constraints, homomorphism


Class diagrams, object diagrams,use case diagrams,activity
16 5 Day 16 diagram
Deployment diagrams, state diagram, component diagram,
17 5 Day 17 sequence diagram

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18 2 Day 18 Dynamic modeling

19 2 Day 19 Events and states

20 2 Day 20 Operations

21 2 Day 21 Nested state diagrams

22 2 Day 22 Concurrency, advanced dynamic modeling concepts

23 2 Day 23 Entry and exit actions, internal actions


Automatic transition, sending events, synchronization of
24 2 Day 24 concurrent activities

25 2 Day 25 A sample dynamic model

26 2 Day 26 Relationship of Object and Dynamic models

27 2 Day 27 Functional modeling, Functional models, Data Flow Diagrams

28 2 Day 28 Specifying operations, Constraints


A sample functional model, Relation of functional to Object
29 2 Day 29 and Dynamic models.

30 3 Day 30 Analysis

31 3 Day 31 Analysis in object modeling

32 3 Day 32 Dynamic modeling

33 3 Day 33 Functional modeling, adding operations

34 3 Day 34 Iterating the analysis


System Design: Breaking system into subsystems - Identifying
35 3 Day 35 concurrency
Allocating subsystems to processors and tasks, managing of
36 3 Day 36 data stores

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Handling of global resources, choosing software control


37 3 Day 37 implementation

38 3 Day 38 Handling boundary conditions

39 3 Day 39 Common Architectural Frameworks


Object Design: Overview of Object design Combining the
40 4 Day 40 three models

41 4 Day 41 Designing algorithms Design optimization

42 4 Day 42 Implementation of control ,Adjustment of inheritance


Design of association Object representation Physical
43 4 Day 43 packaging Documenting design decisions

44 4 Day 44 Comparison of methodologies,UML-case study

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IT010 702 Object Oriented Modelling And Design


TUTORIAL QUESTIONS

Discuss in detail about UML diagrams:

1. Class diagrams
2. Sequence diagrams
3. Use case diagrams
4. State diagrams
5. Activity diagram
6. Deployment diagrams
7. Collaborative diagrams

IT010 702 Object Oriented Modelling And Design


Assignment 1

1. Explain in detail with a diagram:


c) Sample Functional model
Assignment 2

1. Explain in detail Common Architectural Frameworks of system design

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IT010 703
Computer Graphics and
Multimedia
Systems

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COURSE INFORMATION SHEET

PROGRAMME: Information Technology DEGREE: B.TECH


COURSE: COMPUTER GRAPHICS &
SEMESTER: Seventh CREDITS: 4
MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS
COURSE CODE: IT010 703
COURSE TYPE: CORE
REGULATION: 2010
CONTACT HOURS: 3+1 (Tutorial)
COURSE AREA/DOMAIN: COMPUTER GRAPHICS
hours/Week.
CORRESPONDING LAB COURSE CODE (IF ANY):
LAB COURSE NAME: NA
No

SYLLABUS:

UNIT DETAILS HOURS

Uses of Computer Graphics, Display Devices, Input Devices, Output Devices,


Computer Graphics Software, Graphical User Interface, Line Drawing Algorithms
I 18
DDA, Bresenhams Line Algorithm, Bresenhams Circle Algorithm. Polygon
Filling Algorithm Scan Conversion, Seed Filling Algorithm

Transformation of Points, Straight Lines, Midpoint, Parallel Lines, Rotation,


II Reflection and Scaling of Straight Lines, Homogeneous Coordinates, Cohen 13
Sutherland Line Clipping.

Hidden surface Removal Algorithm- Z Buffer Algorithm, A- Buffer Algorithm,


12
III Hidden Line Removal Algorithm, Colour Models, Z-Flat Shading, Gouraud
Shading.

Media and Data Streams, Properties of Multimedia, Traditional Data Stream


IV Characteristics, Music, Speech, Images and Graphics, Computer Image 11
Processing.

Storage space, Coding Requirement, JPEG, H.261, MPEG, DVI, Multimedia


V 11
Operating Systems Real Time, Resource Management, Process Management.

TOTAL HOURS 65

TEXT/REFERENCE BOOKS:

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T/R BOOK TITLE/AUTHORS/PUBLICATION

R Amarendra N Sinha and Arun D Udai, Computer Graphics, The McGraw-Hill Companies.
R Ralf Steinmetz and Klara Nahrstedt, Multimedia: Computing, Communications &
Applications, Person Education Asia.
R Donald Hearn & Pauline Baker, Computer Graphics, Prentice Hall India.
R Foley, VanDam, Feiner, Hughes, Computer Graphics Principles & Practice, Second Edition,
Addison Wesley.
R Ranjan Parekh, Principles of Multimedia, The McGraw-Hill Companies.

COURSE PRE-REQUISITES:
C.CODE COURSE NAME DESCRIPTION SEM

IT010- Problem solving and computer To have an idea of the basic Third
306 programming programming syntax

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

1 This course provides an introduction to the principles of computer graphics. In particular, the
course will consider methods for modeling 2-dimensional objects and how it generates
photorealistic renderings on color raster graphics devices. The emphasis of the course will be
placed on understanding how the various elements that like algebra, geometry, algorithms and
data structures interact in the design of graphics software systems.
2 This course provides an idea on hardware system architecture for computer graphics. This
includes, but is not limited to: graphics pipeline, frame buffers, and graphic co-processors.
3 To give idea about basic building blocks of multimedia and a study about how these blocks sew
together with current technology and tools.

COURSE OUTCOMES:

Blooms
SNO DESCRIPTION Taxonomy
Level
Knowledge,
Students will be able to describe the fundamental algorithms used in
Understand
1 computer graphics and to some extent be able to compare and evaluate
(level1, level
them.
2)
Students will be able to work and interact, through hands-on experiences, Apply, Create
2 to design, develop, and modify electronically generated imagery using a (level 3, level
wide range of sophisticated graphical tools and techniques. 6)
3 Students will be able to summarize different hidden surface elimination Evaluate

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algorithms and shading techniques used in computer graphics and digital (level 5)
media production.
Students will be able to explain about the technology necessary for
Analyze
4 creating multimedia content for the web, video, DVD, 2D and 3D graphics,
(level 4 )
sound and programming.
Students can apply the knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools to Apply
5
become successful professionals in communication and Media industries. (level 3)

CO-PO AND CO-PSO MAPPING

PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PSO PSO PSO


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3
C703.1 _ _ 2 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 _ _
C703.2 2 2 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 2 _
C703.3 2 _ 1 _ 3 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 2 _ _
C703.4 2 2 _ 2 _ 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
C703.5 1 2 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 _ _
C703 2 2 2 2 3 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 2 _

JUSTIFICATIONS FOR CO-PO MAPPING

LOW/MEDIUM/HIG
MAPPING JUSTIFICATION
H
Learning basic algorithms of computer graphics helps the
C703.1-PO3 M students to design graphics systems that meet specified
needs.
Students acquire skills to implement the algorithms in
C703.1-PSO1 L
computer graphics using high level programming languages.
Students will be able to apply knowledge of mathematics and
C703.2-PO1 M engineering fundamentals in implementing various graphics
algorithms.
Design and develop graphic images by applying suitable
C703.2-PO2 M
algorithms.
Acquire skills to analyze and implement algorithms using high-
C703.2-PSO1 L
level programming languages.
Learning different graphics algorithms enables the students
C703.2-PSO2 M
to contribute their skills in GUI development.
Students will be able to apply the fundamental knowledge of
C703.3-PO1 M mathematics in hidden surface elimination and shading
techniques.
C703.3-PO3 L Students will be able to design realistic graphics images

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using visible surface detection techniques.


Learning shading techniques and different algorithms help to
C703.3-PO5 H choose modern graphic tools suitable for graphic
development.
Develop skills to implement algorithms using high-level
C703.3-PSO1 M
programming languages.
Able to select different multimedia tools for various
C703.4-PO1 M
multimedia processing.
Able to analyze the technology used in different multimedia
C703.4-PO2 M
systems.
C703.4-PO4 M Able to design efficient multimedia systems.
Able to choose the appropriate multimedia tools needed for
C703.4-P05 L
developing multimedia systems.
Students will be able to apply knowledge of compression for
C703.5-PO1 L
efficient data transfer.
Able to analyze the compression techniques in different
C703.5-PO2 M
areas.
Helps to understand the basic algorithms to develop
C703.5-PSO1 L
different compression techniques.

GAPS IN THE SYLLABUS - TO MEET INDUSTRY/PROFESSION REQUIREMENTS:

SNO DESCRIPTION PROPOSED


ACTIONS
1 To have a concrete idea of the subject they should have corresponding Assignment
practical sessions which are missing in their syllabus, so to bridge that gap
students were given lab assignments to implement the algorithm that they
study.

PROPOSED ACTIONS: TOPICS BEYOND SYLLABUS/ASSIGNMENT/INDUSTRY VISIT/GUEST


LECTURER/NPTEL ETC

TOPICS BEYOND SYLLABUS/ADVANCED TOPICS/DESIGN:

1 Some of the drawing and animation tools were discussed in the class like photoshop, 3DMax,
Maya etc to get an idea of how the algorithms that they learn are actually used in the
industry.

2 Familiarization of many terminologies in a graphic industry like skinning, rigging etc

WEB SOURCE REFERENCES:

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1 http://www.slideshare.net/akbrightfuture/computer-graphics-hearn-baker

2 http://personal.ee.surrey.ac.uk/Personal/J.Collomosse/pubs/cm20219.pdf

3 http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/video.php?subjectId=106106090

4 http://www.dgp.toronto.edu/~hertzman/418notes.pdf

5 http://www.graphics.rwth-aachen.de/research/

DELIVERY/INSTRUCTIONAL METHODOLOGIES:

CHALK & TALK STUD. ASSIGNMENT WEB RESOURCES

LCD/SMART STUD. SEMINARS ADD-ON COURSES


BOARDS

ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES-DIRECT

ASSIGNMENTS STUD. SEMINARS TESTS/MODEL UNIV.


EXAMS EXAMINATION

STUD. LAB STUD. VIVA MINI/MAJOR CERTIFICATIONS


PRACTICES PROJECTS

ADD-ON COURSES OTHERS

ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES-INDIRECT

ASSESSMENT OF COURSE OUTCOMES (BY STUDENT FEEDBACK ON FACULTY


FEEDBACK, ONCE) (TWICE)

ASSESSMENT OF MINI/MAJOR PROJECTS BY OTHERS


EXT. EXPERTS

Prepared by Approved by

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Lakshmi K.S Binu A

(Faculty) (HOD)

COURSE PLAN FOR COMPUTER GRAPHICS AND MULTIMEDIA SYSTEMS


Planned
SI.No. Module date Topics Planned

1 1 Day 1 Uses of Computer Graphics

2 1 Day 2 Input Devices

3 1 Day 3 Display Devices

4 1 Day 4 Output devices

5 1 Day 5 Computer Graphics Software, Graphical User Interface

6 1 Day 7 Line Drawing Algorithms DDA

7 1 Day 8 Bresenhams Line Algorithm

8 1 Day 9 Bresenhams Circle Algorithm

9 1 Day 10 Polygon Filling Algorithm Scan Conversion

10 1 Day 11 Seed Filling Algorithm

11 1 Day 12 Transformation of Points

12 2 Day 13 Straight lines

13 2 Day 14 Midpoint

14 2 Day 15 Parallel Lines

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15 2 Day 16 Rotation

16 2 Day 17 Reflection

17 2 Day 18 Scaling of Straight Lines

18 2 Day 19 Homogeneous Coordinates

19 2 Day 20 Cohen Sutherland Line Clipping.

20 2 Day 21 Cohen Sutherland Line Clipping.

21 2 Day 22 Hidden surface Removal Algorithm- Z Buffer Algorithm

22 2 Day 23 Hidden surface Removal Algorithm- Z Buffer Algorithm

23 2 Day 24 Hidden surface Removal Algorithm- A Buffer Algorithm

24 3 Day 25 Hidden surface Removal Algorithm- A Buffer Algorithm

25 3 Day 26 Hidden Line Removal Algorithm

26 3 Day 27 Hidden Line Removal Algorithm

27 3 Day 28 Color Models

28 3 Day 29 Z-Flat Shading

29 3 Day 30 Z-Flat Shading

30 3 Day 31 Gouraud Shading

31 3 Day 32 Gouraud Shading

32 3 Day 33 Multimedia: Media and Data Streams

33 3 Day 34 Properties of Multimedia

34 3 Day 35 Traditional Data Stream Characteristics

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35 3 Day 36 Music

36 4 Day 37 speech

37 4 Day 38 Images and Graphics

38 4 Day 39 Computer Image Processing

39 4 Day 40 Data Compression: Storage space

40 4 Day 41 Coding Requirement

41 4 Day 42 JPEG

42 4 Day 43 H.261

43 4 Day 44 MPEG

44 5 Day 45 DVI

45 5 Day 46 Multimedia Operating Systems Real Time

46 5 Day 47 Resource Management

47 5 Day 48 Process Management

TUTORIAL 1:

1. Mention the new co-ordinates of triangle with vertices A (0, 0), B (1,1) and C(5, 2) with
respect to origin with scale factors S =1/2 and S =1 .
2. Consider the square A(1,0) B(0,0) C(0,1) D(1,1). Rotate the square ABCD by 45: clockwise
about A(1,0).

TUTORIAL 2:

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1. Draw a triangle A (5, 5), B (10, 5), C (5, 15). Then do the following transformations on the
triangle.
(a) Translate the triangle by 3 in x - direction and 4 in y - direction.
(b) Increase the size of the triangle to double of it by keeping A as fixed.
(c) Rotate the triangle by 90 keeping A as fixed.

2. Derive the equation of rotation in 2D transformation based on a fixed point other than
origin.

TUTORIAL 3:

1. Given a clipping window A(20,20) B(60,20) C(60,40) D(20,40). Using Cohen Sutherland line
clipping algorithm, find the visible portion of line segment joining the points P(40, 80) and
Q(120, 30).
2. Magnify the triangle with vertices A(0,0) B(1,1) and C(5,2) to twice its size while keeping
C(5,2) fixed.

ASSIGNMENT NO: 1

1. Direct View Storage Tube


2. Computer Graphics Software
3. What are homogenous coordinates?
4. What is world coordinate system?

ASSIGNMENT NO: 2

1. Hidden Line Removal Algorithm


2. Multimedia Operating Systems

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IT010 704
Internetworking

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COURSE INFORMATION SHEET JULY 2016

PROGRAMME : Information
DEGREE : BTECH
Technology
SEMESTER : VII
COURSE : Internetworking
CREDITS : 3
COURSE CODE : IT010704
COURSE TYPE : CORE
REGULATION : 2010 11
CONTACT HOURS : 3+1 (Tutorial)
COURSE AREA/DOMAIN : Networking
hours/Week.
CORRESPONDING LAB COURSE CODE (IF ANY)
LAB COURSE NAME : Internetworking Lab
: IT010 707

SYLLABUS:
UNIT DETAILS HOURS
Internet Architecture, Classful Internet Addresses, Mapping Internet Addresses
I to Physical addresses (ARP), Determining an Internet address at start-up 9
(RARP), Connectionless Datagram Delivery (IPV4) , Forwarding IP datagrams

Error and Control Messages ( ICMP ),Classless and Subnet Address Extensions
II (CIDR), Protocol Layering, User datagram Protocol, Reliable Stream Transport 9
Service.

Routing Architecture : Cores, Peers, and Algorithms, Routing Between Peers


III (BGP), Routing Within an Autonomous System (RIP, OSPF). 9

Internet Multi casting, IP Switching and MPLS, Private Network Interconnection


IV (NAT, VPN), Bootstrap and Auto configuration (DHCP).Applications - DNS, 9
Remote Login and Desktop (TELNET, SSH)

File Transfer and Access ( FTP, TFTP, NFS) , Electronic Mail ( SMTP, POP, IMAP,
V 9
MIME), WWW (HTTP), Voice and Video Over IP (RTP, RSVP, QoS).
TOTAL HOURS 45

TEXT/REFERENCE BOOKS:
T/R BOOK TITLE/AUTHORS/PUBLICATION
Internetworking with TCP/IP - Volume I, Principles, Protocols and Architecture (5th Edition),
R
Douglas E.Comer, PHI 2009

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R The Internet and Its Protocols, Adrian Farrel, Elsevier 2005.


R TCP/IP protocol Suite, Third Edition, TATA Mc Graw Hill, Behrouz A Forouzan
R Essentials Of TCP/IP, G Shanmugarathinam
R Internetworking Technologies, Fourth Edition, Cisco Systems Inc

COURSE PRE-REQUISITES:
C.CODE COURSE NAME DESCRIPTION SEM
IT010 Principles of Communication
Basics In Communication Systems 3
305 Engineering
IT010
Data Communication Advanced Communication Technologies 5
503
IT010
Computer Networks Basics In Computer Networks 6
601

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
1 To familiarize with the TCP/IP protocol suite
2 To understand the different protocols used in each layer of TCP/IP.
3 To study the implementation of TCP/IP protocols.

COURSE OUTCOMES:

SNO DESCRIPTION Blooms Taxonomy Level

C704.1 Students will be able to define the basic concepts Knowledge (level1)
of Internet architectures and communication in
such scenario.
C704.2 Students will be able to distinguish and compare Understand (level 2)Evaluate
different addressing schemes used in Internet and (level 5)
error control measures adopted..
C704.3 Students will be able to determine various Apply (level 3)
routing technology to transport datagrams
between hosts using an unreliable, best-effort
service..
C704.4 Students will be able to identify techniques for Knowledge
providing multicasting and mobility over the
Internet. (level 1)

C704.5 Students will be able to classify different Analyze (level 4 )


application level services and differentiate
various protocols used for providing different

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services in Internet

CO-PO AND CO-PSO MAPPING

PO PO2 P PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PS PSO PSO


1 O 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 O1 2 3
3

C704.1 2 2

C704.2 2 3 1

C704.3 3 2 1 1

C704.4 2 1 1

C704.5 2 1 1 2

JUSTIFATIONS FOR CO-PO MAPPING

Mapping LOW/MEDIUM/HIGH Justification

C 704.1 PO1 M Apply the knowledge of basic concepts of


Internet architecture and communication
strategies for solutions of complex networking
problems..

C 704.1 PS02 M Contribute in network design and


administration..

C 704.2- PO2 M Identifying and analyzing addressing schemes


that can be used in different categories of
networks.

C 704.2- PO3 H Able to design and develop the solutions for


solving problems in Internet addressing.

C 704.2-PS02 L Contribute in providing error control methods


and addressing schemes in Internet design.

C 704.3-P01 H Apply the knowledge of routing techniques in

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Internet.

C 704.3-P03 M Design better solutions for better and error


free transmission in Internet using
appropriate routing methods.

C 704.3-P10 L Ability to opt the correct routing strategies and


to end in better solutions for community and
society using Internet.

C 704.3-PSO2 L Contribute knowledge in routing protocols in


designing new solutions in Internet design.

C 704.4-P01 M Able to apply the fundamentals of Internet


architectures in contributing new solutions for
complex problems in Internet.

C 704.4-P03 L Designing solutions for multicasting and


mobility over Internet.

C 704.4-PSO3 M Develop strong skills in understanding,


developing and testing new concepts in
Internet protocols.

C 704.5-P01 M Apply the knowledge in different services


available in application level while designing
solutions for problems related with Internet.

C 704.5-P06 L Apply reasoning informed by contextual


knowledge in services at application level of
TCP/IP protocol suite to assess the consequent
responsibilities relevant to professional
engineering practice.

C 704.4-PSO2 M Contribute knowledge in application services


and protocols in designing proper networks in
different scenarios..

GAPS IN THE SYLLABUS - TO MEET INDUSTRY/PROFESSION REQUIREMENTS:


SNO DESCRIPTION PROPOSED ACTIONS
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2 IPv6 Architecture Seminar


PROPOSED ACTIONS: TOPICS BEYOND SYLLABUS/ASSIGNMENT/INDUSTRY VISIT/GUEST
LECTURER/NPTEL ETC

TOPICS BEYOND SYLLABUS/ADVANCED TOPICS/DESIGN:


1 Introduction to Network Security

WEB SOURCE REFERENCES:


1 http://www.netbook.cs.purdue.edu/
2 http://cs.calvin.edu/
3 www.cisco.com/networkers/
4 http://nptel.iitm.ac.in/video.php?subjectId=106105084
5 www.ee.duke.edu/~romit/courses/f07/material/
6 www.csperkins.org/teaching/ns3/
7 www.javvin.com/protocol/
8 https://users.cs.jmu.edu
9 http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/Internetworking_Basics
10 www.ulb.tu-darmstadt.de/tocs/134991974.pdf

DELIVERY/INSTRUCTIONAL METHODOLOGIES:
STUD. WEB
CHALK & TALK
ASSIGNMENT RESOURCES
LCD/SMART ADD-ON
STUD. SEMINARS
BOARDS COURSES

ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES-DIRECT
STUD. TESTS/MODEL
ASSIGNMENTS UNIV. EXAMINATION
SEMINARS EXAMS
STUD. LAB MINI/MAJOR
STUD. VIVA CERTIFICATIONS
PRACTICES PROJECTS
ADD-ON COURSES OTHERS

ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES-INDIRECT
ASSESSMENT OF COURSE OUTCOMES (BY STUDENT FEEDBACK ON
FEEDBACK, ONCE) FACULTY (TWICE)
ASSESSMENT OF MINI/MAJOR PROJECTS BY EXT.
OTHERS
EXPERTS

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Prepared by Approved by
Jisha G HOD

COURSE PLAN - JULY 2016

Sl.No Module Date Topics


1 Day 1 Introduction
2 Day 2 Internet Architecture
3 Day 3 Classful Internet Addresses
Mapping Internet Addresses to Physical addresses
4 1 Day 4
(ARP)
5 Day 5 Determining an Internet address at start-up (RARP)
6 Day 6 Connectionless Datagram Delivery (IPV4)
7 Day 7 Forwarding IP datagrams
8 Day 8 Error and Control Messages (ICMP)
9 Day 9 Classless and Subnet Address Extensions (CIDR)
10 Day 10 Protocol Layering
11 Day 11 Protocol Layering
2
12 Day 12 User datagram Protocol
13 Day 13 Reliable Stream Transport Service
14 Day 14 Reliable Stream Transport Service
15 Day 15 Reliable Stream Transport Service
16 Day 16 Routing Architecture : Cores, Peers, and Algorithms
17 Day 17 Routing Between Peers (BGP)
3
18 Day 18 Routing Within an Autonomous System (RIP, OSPF)
19 Day 19 Routing Within an Autonomous System (RIP, OSPF)
20 Day 20 Internet Multi casting
21 Day 21 Internet Multi casting
4
22 Day 22 Internet Multi casting
23 Day 23 IP Switching

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24 Day 24 MPLS
25 Day 25 Private Network Interconnection (NAT, VPN)
26 Day 26 Private Network Interconnection (NAT, VPN)
27 Day 27 Bootstrap and Auto configuration (DHCP)
28 Day 28 Bootstrap and Auto configuration (DHCP)
29 Day 29 DNS
30 Day 30 TELNET, SSH
31 Day 31 File Transfer and Access
32 Day 32 Electronic Mail
33 Day 33 WWW (HTTP)
5
34 Day 34 WWW (HTTP)
35 Day 35 Voice and Video Over IP
36 Day 36 Voice and Video Over IP

Tutorial I
1. Find the error, if any, in the following IP addresses:

a. 111.56.045.78 b. 221.34.7.8.20

c. 75.45.301.14 d. 11100010.23.14.67

2. How can we prove that we have 2,147,483,648 addresses in class A?

3. Find the class of each address:

a. 00000001 00001011 00001011 11101111


b. 11000001 10000011 00011011 11111111
c. 10100111 11011011 10001011 01101111
d. 11110011 10011011 11111011 00001111

4. Find the class of each address:

a. 227.12.14.87b.193.14.56.22 c.14.23.120.8
d. 252.5.15.111 e.134.11.78.56

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5. Class A has 231 (2,147,483,648) addresses. How can we prove this same fact using dotted-decimal
notation?

6. Given the network address 17.0.0.0, find the class, the block, and the range of the addresses.

7. Given the network address 132.21.0.0, find the class, the block, and the range of the addresses.

8. Given the network address 220.34.76.0, find the class, the block, and the range of the addresses

Tutorial II

1. An organization has a number of workgroups of varying sizes.


Workgroup Groups Size/Group (Devices)
Engineering 3 400 (1200 total)
Marketing 1 1950
Administration 1 200
Sales 15 3590 (1350 total)
R&D 1 150
Support 22 1040 (880 total)
Total: 43 Total: 5730
This organization has a Class B address (136.178.0.0, mask 255.255.0.0) and
would like to give one subnet to each group.

ASSIGNMENT QUESTIONS JULY DEC2016

Assignment - I

1. Explain about Protocol layering principle and its disadvantages.

Assignment II

1. Briefly explain SMTP.


2. Why do we need NTFS?
3. Explain a) FTP b) IMAP c) NAT d) VPN e) RTP f) RSVP
4. How VoIP will place an important role in networking?.
5. Write short note on a) HTTP b) TFTP c) POP e) RTF.

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IT010 705
Web Applications
Development

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RAJAGIRI SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY

COURSE INFORMATION SHEET

IT010 705 WEB APPLICATIONS DEVELOPMENT

PROGRAMME: INFORMATION DEGREE: BTECH


TECHNOLOGY
COURSE: UNIX SHELL PROGRAMMING SEMESTER: VII CREDITS: 3
COURSE CODE: IT010 705 COURSE TYPE: CORE
REGULATION: 2010
COURSE AREA/DOMAIN: WEB DESIGNING CONTACT HOURS: 2+1(Tutorial) hours/Week.
CORRESPONDING LAB COURSE CODE (IF ANY): LAB COURSE NAME: WEB APPLICATIONS LAB
IT010 806

SYLLABUS:
UNIT DETAILS HOUR
S
I Introduction - Web architecture - web application lifecycle - XML and J2EE. 9
Design and development of a J2EE application - J2EE Layers, Application
Components, J2EE Architecture, Development methodology - Task list for
building J2EE Applications - database design - defining the application - creating
the interface, building pages, creating data access objects, validating the code.
II JDBC: Architecture - JDBC API, Retrieving and updating Data, SQL-to-Java Data 10
Types, JDBC Execution Types, Metadata, Scrollable Resultsets, transaction
support, Batch Statements. Servlets: Introduction to Servlets, Benefits of Servlets,
use as controller in MVC, basic HTTP, servlet container, Servlets API,
javax.servelet Package, Reading Servlet parameters, service method detail, HTML
clients, servlet lifecycle, HTTP response header, session management,
dispatching requests, Servlets with JDBC, web applications.
III Java Server Pages: Generating Dynamic Content, Using Scripting Elements, 10
Implicit JSP Objects, Conditional Processing Displaying Values, Setting
attributes, Error Handling and Debugging, Using JavaBeans Components in JSP
Pages, Sharing Data Between JSP pages -Passing Control and Data between Pages
Sharing Session and Application Data Application Models - MVC Design.
IV Enterprise JavaBeans : Overview, distributed programming, EJB framework, 7
Session and entity beans, Stateless and stateful session bean, Bean attributes,
Parts of a Bean, container-managed persistence (CMP) and bean managed -

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lifecycle of EJB.

V Java message service (JMS) and message driven beans (MDB), distributed 9
programming services, CORBA and RMI - Transaction management,
Security, deployment, personal roles for EJB Development, building session
beans - creating session beans - Entity beans.

TOTAL HOURS 45

TEXT/REFERENCE BOOKS:
T/ BOOK TITLE/AUTHORS/PUBLICATION
R
R J2EEUNLEASHEDJosephJ.Bambara,PaulR.Allen,MarkAshnault,ZiyadDean,Thomas Garben,
SherrySmithSAMS Techmedia
R JavaServlet Programming, SecondEdition,JasonHunter, WilliamCrawford,O'ReillyMedia
R MasteringEJB(2ndEdition)EdRoman,ScottAmbler,TylerJewellJohnWileyPublications 2003.
R TheJ2EETutorial-StepahnieBodoff,DaleGreen,KimHasse,EricJendrock, MonicaPawlan, Beth
Stearns- TheJ2EETutorial Asia.
R JavaServerPagesHansBergsten, SPDOReilly

COURSE PRE-REQUISITES:
C.CODE COURSE NAME DESCRIPTION SE
M
IT 010 Object Oriented Techniques Basics of Web applications S4
406

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
1 To familiarize with the technologies used for the development of Web applications

COURSE OUTCOMES:

SlNO DESCRIPTION Blooms


Taxonomy
Level
C705.1 Students will be able to define the web architecture and summarize Knowledge ,
task list for building J2EE Applications. Evaluate
(level1 and

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level 5)
C705.2 Students will be able to demonstrate and develop the applications Understand,
with JDBC and servlets Create (level2
and level 6)
C705.3 Students will be able to explain and analyze applications with Java Apply, Analyze
Server Pages. (level 3 and
level 4)
C705.4 Students will be able to and implement and evaluate applications Evaluate (level
with Enterprise JavaBeans 5)
C705.5 Students will be able to explain distributed programming services Understand
(level 2)

CO-PO AND CO-PSO MAPPING


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JUSTIFICATIONS FOR CO-PO MAPPING


MAPPING LOW/MEDIUM/HIGH JUSTIFICATION
C705.1-PO1 M Apply the knowledge of web architecture to develop the
solution of complex engineering problems.
C705.1-PO2 M Analyze complex engineering problems by building J2EE
Applications.
C705.1-PO3 M Design solutions for complex engineering problems by
developing J2EE Applications.
C705.1-PO4 M Design of experiments with the knowledge in web
architecture and J2EE.

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C705.1-PSO1 L Build a strong technical foundation by building J2EE


Applications.
C705.2-PO1 M Using JDBC and servlets build solution of complex
engineering problems.
C705.2-PO2 L Using JDBC and servlets formulate complex engineering
problems
C705.2-PO3 H Using JDBC and servlets design solutions for complex
engineering problems and design system components
C705.2-PO4 H Using JDBC and servlets design experiments, analyze and
interpret data, and synthesize information to provide valid
conclusions.
C705.2-PSO1 M Using JDBC and servlets build technical foundation for
successful professional careers and to evolve as key-players/
entrepreneurs in the field of information technology.
C705.2-PSO2 H Using JDBC and servlets Excel in analyzing, formulating and
solving engineering problems
C705.3-PO1 M With the analysis of JSP applications develop the solution of
complex engineering problems.
C705.3-PO2 M With the analysis of JSP applications Analyze complex
engineering problems
C705.3-PO3 H With the analysis of JSP applications Design solutions for
complex engineering problems and design system
components
C705.3-PO4 H With the analysis of JSP applicationsdesign experiments,
analyze and interpret data, and synthesize information to
provide valid conclusions.
C705.3-PSO1 M With the analysis of JSP applications build technical
foundation for successful professional careers and to evolve
as key-players/ entrepreneurs in the field of information
technology.
C705.3-PSO2 H With the analysis of JSP applications Excel in analyzing,
formulating and solving engineering problems
C705.4-PO1 M Apply the knowledge of JavaBeans to develop the solution of
complex engineering problems.
C705.4-PO2 M Analyze complex engineering problems by using JavaBeans
C705.4-PO3 L Design solutions for complex engineering problems by
developing JavaBeans Applications.
C705.4-PO4 L Design of experiments with the knowledge in JavaBeans.
C705.5-PO1 M With the analysis of distributed programming develop the
solution of complex engineering problems.
C705.5-PO2 M With the analysis of distributed programming Analyze
complex engineering problems

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C705.5-PO3 M With the analysis of distributed programming Design


solutions for complex engineering problems and design
system components
C705.5-PO4 M With the analysis of distributed programming design
experiments, analyze and interpret data, and synthesize
information to provide valid conclusions.
C705.1-PSO2 M With the analysis of distributed programming Excel in
analyzing, formulating and solving engineering problems

GAPS IN THE SYLLABUS - TO MEET INDUSTRY/PROFESSION REQUIREMENTS:


Si DESCRIPTION PROPOSED RELEVANC RELEVANC
NO ACTIONS E WITH E WITH
POs PSOs
1 Case study- LINUX TOPICS 1,2,3,4,12 2
BEYOND
SYLLABUS
2 Case study- Solaris NPTEL 1,2,3,4,12 2
PROPOSED ACTIONS: TOPICS BEYOND SYLLABUS/ASSIGNMENT/INDUSTRY VISIT/GUEST
LECTURER/NPTEL ETC

TOPICS BEYOND SYLLABUS/ADVANCED TOPICS/DESIGN:


Si DESCRIPTION PROPOSED RELEVANCE WITH RELEVANCE WITH
N ACTIONS POs PSOs
O
1 Case study- LINUX Assignments 1,2,3,4,12 2

WEB SOURCE REFERENCES:


1 http://www.tutorialspoint.com/awk/
2 https://supportweb.cs.bham.ac.uk/docs/tutorials/docsystem/build/tutorials/unixscripting/un
ixscripting.html
3 http://www.tutorialspoint.com/unix/unix-basic-utilities.htm
4 http://www.opengroup.org/desktop/x/
5 http://www.tutorialspoint.com/unix_commands/grep.htm

DELIVERY/INSTRUCTIONAL METHODOLOGIES:
CHALK & TALK STUD. WEB
ASSIGNMENT RESOURCES
LCD/SMART STUD. ADD-ON COURSES
BOARDS SEMINARS

ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES-DIRECT

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ASSIGNMENT STUD. TESTS/MODEL UNIV.


S SEMINARS EXAMS EXAMINATIO
N
STUD. LAB 33STUD. VIVA MINI/MAJOR CERTIFICATIONS
PRACTICES PROJECTS
ADD-ON OTHERS
COURSES

ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES-INDIRECT
ASSESSMENT OF COURSE OUTCOMES (BY STUDENT FEEDBACK ON FACULTY
FEEDBACK, ONCE) (TWICE)
ASSESSMENT OF MINI/MAJOR OTHERS
PROJECTS BY EXT. EXPERTS

Prepared by Approved by

Chinchu Krishna S BINU A, HOD

Course Plan

Sl.No Module Day Planned


Day
1 1 1 Introduction - Web architecture
Day
2 1 2 web application lifecycle - XML and J2EE.
Day
3 1 3 Design and development of a J2EE application - J2EE Layers,
Day
4 1 4 Application Components, J2EE Architecture
Day Development methodology - Task list for building J2EE
5 1 5 Applications
Day
6 1 6 database design - defining the application
Day
7 1 7 creating the interface, building pages
Day
8 1 8 creating data access objects
Day
9 1 9 validating the code..
10 2 Day JDBC: Architecture - JDBC API, Retrieving and updating Data

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10
Day
11 2 11 SQL-to-Java Data Types, JDBC Execution Types
Day Metadata, Scrollable Resultsets, transaction support, Batch
12 2 12 Statements.
Day Servlets: Introduction to Servlets, Benefits of Servlets, use as
13 2 13 controller in MVC
Day
14 2 14 basic HTTP, servlet container, Servlets API
Day
15 2 15 javax.servelet Package, Reading Servlet parameters
Day service method detail, HTML clients,servlet lifecycle, HTTP
16 2 16 response header
Day
17 2 17 session management, dispatching requests
Day
18 2 18 Servlets with JDBC, web applications.
Day
19 3 19 Java Server Pages: Generating Dynamic Content
Day
20 3 20 Using Scripting Elements
Day
21 3 21 Implicit JSP Objects, Conditional Processing Displaying Values
Day
22 3 22 Setting attributes, Error Handling and Debugging
Day
23 3 23 Using JavaBeans Components in JSP Pages
Day Sharing Data Between JSP pages -Passing Control and Data
24 3 24 between Pages
Day Sharing Session and Application Data , Application Models,MVC
25 4 25 Design. Enterprise JavaBeans : Overview
Day distributed programming, EJB framework, Session and entity
26 4 26 beans
Day
27 4 27 Stateless and tateful session bean
Day Bean attributes,Parts of a Bean ,container-managed persistence
28 4 28 (CMP)
Day bean managed - lifecycle of EJB, java message service (JMS) and
29 5 29 message driven beans (MDB)
Day
30 5 30 distributed programming services, CORBA and RMI
Day Transaction management, Security, deployment , personal roles
31 5 31 for EJB Development
Day
32 5 32 building session beans - creating session beans , Entity beans

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IT010 705 WEB APPLICATIONS DEVELOPMENT

Tutorial Questions

1. Web architecture
2. Web components
3. Web containers
4. J2EE Layers
5. J2EE architecture
6. MVC architecture
7. Web Application Life cycle
8. Development methodology and process
9. Task List for Building J2EE Applications

IT010 705 WEB APPLICATIONS DEVELOPMENT

Assignment-1

1. Stateful and statless session beans

Assignment-2

1. Creating session beans

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IT010 706L05 Operating


System Kernel Design

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COURSE INFORMATION SHEET

PROGRAMME: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEGREE: BTECH


COURSE: : OPERATING SYSTEM KERNEL SEMESTER: VII CREDITS: 4
DESIGN
COURSE CODE: IT010 706L05 COURSE TYPE: ELECTIVE
REGULATION: 2010
COURSE AREA/DOMAIN: KERNEL DESIGN CONTACT HOURS: 2+2(Tutorial) hours/Week.
CORRESPONDING LAB COURSE CODE (IF ANY): LAB COURSE NAME:

SYLLABUS:
UNIT DETAILS HOURS
I Basic Operating System Concepts Kernel Types: monolithic, microkernel An 13
Overview of Unix Kernels-
The Process/Kernel Model, Reentrant Kernels Signals sending and receiving
System calls System Call Handler and Service Routines
Interrupts and Exceptions - Interrupt Handling - The Timer Interrupt Handler.
II Processes - Process Descriptor - Process State, Process relationship Creating 13
Processes - Process Termination - Process Scheduling Scheduling algorithm
SMP Scheduler.

Kernel Synchronization - Synchronization Techniques - Process Communication -


System V IPC.

III Paging in Linux - Memory Management - Page Frame Management - The Buddy 10
System Algorithm The Process's Address Space - The Memory Descriptor -
Memory Regions - Page Fault Exception Handler

IV Overview of the Unix File System - The Virtual File System - role of the VFS - VFS 14
Data Structures File system Mounting. The Ext2 File system - Disk Data
Structures - Creating the File system - Data Blocks Addressing - Allocating a Data
Block.

V Managing I/O Devices - Associating Files with I/O Devices - Device Drivers - 10
Character Device - Block Device. Disk Caches - Buffer Cache - Writing Dirty
Buffers to Disk - Page Cache..

TOTAL HOURS 60

TEXT/REFERENCE BOOKS:
T/R BOOK TITLE/AUTHORS/PUBLICATION
T/R Daniel P. Bovet, Marco Cesati, Understanding the Linux Kernel, First ed., O'Reilly, 2000
R M Bech et al., Linux Kernel Internals, 2nd ed., Addison-Wesley, 1998
R Maurice J. Bach, The Design of the Unix Operating System, First Edition, Pearson Education,

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1999.
R Abraham Silberschatz, Peter B.Galvin and Greg Gagne, Operating System Concepts, John
Wiley & Sons Inc, 8th Edition 2010.

COURSE PRE-REQUISITES:
C.CODE COURSE NAME DESCRIPTION SEM
IT010 Operating Systems Operating system basics S5
504
IT010 Data structure and algorithms Data Structure fundamentals and S4
405 algorithms

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
1 To provide knowledge about operating system working principles
2 To discuss most of the significant data structures and algorithms used in the kernel

COURSE OUTCOMES:
SNo DESCRIPTION Blooms Taxonomy Level
1 Students can apply the knowledge, techniques, skills Apply
and modern tools to become successful professionals (level 3)
in communication and Software industries.
2 Students must understand the concepts of operating Understand
system design issues. (level 5)
3 Students will be able to analyze about the technology Analyze
necessary for creating Kernel design. (level 4 )
4 Students will be able to evaluate different methods to Evaluate
create process (level 5)

PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PSO PSO PSO


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IT010
706L05 _ _ 2 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - _ 3
.1
IT010
706L05 2 2 _ _ 2 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 2 _
.2

IT010
706L05 2 _ 1 _ 3 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 2 _ _
.3

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IT010
706L05. 2 1 _ 2 _ 3 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
4

JUSTIFICATIONS FOR CO-PO MAPPING

LOW/MEDIUM/HIG
MAPPING JUSTIFICATION
H
IT010
706L05 M Learning basic steps needed to design a operating system
.1-PO3
IT010
706L05 L Students will acquire strong skills to write kernel codes.
.1-PSO3
IT010
706L05 M Students will be able to apply knowledge of data structure .
.2-PO1

IT010
706L05 M Design and develop kernel threads to improve the
.2-PO2 performance.
IT010
Acquire skills to analyze and implement algorithms using
706L05 L
high-level programming languages.
.2-PSO1
IT010
Learning different linux files structure to develop the kernel
706L05 M
code.
.2-PSO2
IT010
Students will be able to apply the fundamental knowledge of
706L05 M
memory management to map the data and processor.
.3-PO1
IT010
706L05 L Students will be able to design their own linux directorys.
.3-PO3
IT010
Learning different page frame management techniques to
706L05 H
solve page frame issues.
.3-PO5
IT010
Develop skills to implement algorithms to develop basic file
706L05 M
structures.
.3-PSO1
IT010 M Students Apply the knowledge of engineering fundamentals

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706L05 to study the red black tree data structure.


.4-PO1
IT010
Able to analyze the technology used in different operating
706L05 M
systems
.4-PO2

IT010
706L05 M Able to design efficient systems.
.4-PO4
IT010
Able to choose the appropriate tools needed for developing
706L05 L
operating systems.
.4-P05

GAPS IN THE SYLLABUS - TO MEET INDUSTRY/PROFESSION REQUIREMENTS:


SNO DESCRIPTION PROPOSED
ACTIONS
1 Fundamentals of Linux commands and shell scripting Conducting
lab session
2 NPTEL video lectures for linux commands NPTL
videos
PROPOSED ACTIONS: TOPICS BEYOND SYLLABUS/ASSIGNMENT/INDUSTRY VISIT/GUEST
LECTURER/NPTEL ETC

TOPICS BEYOND SYLLABUS/ADVANCED TOPICS/DESIGN:


1 Familiarization of Shell scripting

WEB SOURCE REFERENCES:


1 http://www.brokenthorn.com/Resources/OSDev13.html
2 http://www.osnews.com/story/24405/Hobby_OS-deving_3_Designing_a_Kernel/
3 http://lwn.net/
4 https://www.kernel.org/
5 http://ww5.linuxdrivers.net/

DELIVERY/INSTRUCTIONAL METHODOLOGIES:
CHALK & TALK STUD. ASSIGNMENT WEB RESOURCES

LCD/SMART STUD. SEMINARS ADD-ON COURSES


BOARDS

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ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES-DIRECT
ASSIGNMENTS STUD. SEMINARS TESTS/MODEL UNIV.
EXAMS EXAMINATION

STUD. LAB STUD. VIVA MINI/MAJOR CERTIFICATIONS


PRACTICES PROJECTS
ADD-ON COURSES OTHERS

ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES-INDIRECT
ASSESSMENT OF COURSE OUTCOMES (BY STUDENT FEEDBACK ON FACULTY
FEEDBACK, ONCE) (TWICE)

ASSESSMENT OF MINI/MAJOR PROJECTS BY OTHERS


EXT. EXPERTS

Prepared by
Approved by
(Mathews Abraham)
(HOD)

Course Plan

Sl.No Date Module Planned

1 27-Jul-2016 1 Basic Os Concepts

2 28-Jul-2016 1 An overview of Unix Kernels

3 30-Jul-2016 1 Reentrant Kernels

4 3-Aug-2016 1 Signals sending and receiving

5 4-Aug-2016 1 System calls

6 6-Aug-2016 1 Interrupts and Exceptions

Interrupt Handling
7 9-Aug-2016 1

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8 10-Aug-2016 1 The timer Interrupt Handler

9 16-Aug-2016 2 Process relationship, creating Process

Process Termination, process


10 17-Aug-2016 2
Scheduling

11 18-Aug-2016 2 Scheduling algorithm

12 23-Aug-2016 2 SMP scheduler

13 24-Aug-2016 2 Synchronization Techniques

14 25-Aug-2016 2 Process Communication

15 30-Aug-2013 2 System V IPC

16 31-Aug-2016 2 Revision of Ist module

17 1-Sept-2016 2 Revision of 2nd Module

18 6-Sept-2016 3 Pagging in Linux

19 7-Sept-2016 3 Memory management

20 8-Sept-2016 3 page frame management

20-Sept-
21 3 The Buddy Ssytem Algorithm
2016
21-Sept-
22 3 The Process Address space
2016

23 22-Sep-2016 3 The memory Descriptor

24 28-Sep-2016 3 Memory Regions

25 29-Sep-2013 3 Page fault Exception Handler

26 4-Oct-2016 4 over view of UNIX file system

27 5-Oct-2016 4 The virtual File System

28 6-Oct-2016 4 VFS and VFS Data Structures

29 11-Oct-2016 4 File system Mounting

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30 12-Oct-2016 4 EXT2 File system

31 13-Oct-2016 4 Disk data structure

32 18-Oct-2016 4 Creating the file system

33 19-Oct-2016 4 Data Block addressing

34 20-Oct-2016 4 Allocating a Data Block

35 25-Oct-2016 5 Managing I/O devices

36 26-Oct-2016 5 Associating file with I/O Devices

37 27-Oct-2016 5 Device Driverse, Character Devices

38 1-Nov-2016 5 Block Device, Disk Caches

39 2-Nov-2016 5 Buffer Cache

Writing Dirty Buffers to Disk, Page


40 3-Nov-2016 5
Cache

Tutorial questions for operating system kernel design

Write a short notes on system calls.


Briefly explain interprocess communication mechanisms?
Discuss Buddy System algorithm with an example.
What are the significance of VFS Data Structures.
What are the benefits of Buffer cache mechanism.

ASSISGNMENT QUESTIONS 1

1. Write a notes on Timer Interrupt Handler. 20/9/2016


ASSISGNMENT QUESTIONS 2

2 Write a notes on Page fault exception handler. 14/10/2016


3 Write a notes on Turbo boosting technology.

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IT010 706L06 Data Mining


and Data Warehousing

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COURSE INFORMATION SHEET

PROGRAMME:INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEGREE:BTECH

COURSE: Data Mining and Data Warehousing SEMESTER: VII


CREDITS: 4
COURSE CODE: IT010 706 L06REGULATION: 2010 COURSE TYPE:ELECTIVE
COURSE AREA/DOMAIN: CONTACT HOURS:2+2 (Tutorial)
hours/Week.
CORRESPONDING LAB COURSE CODE (IF ANY):NIL LAB COURSE NAME:NIL

SYLLABUS:
MODULE DETAILS HOURS
I Evolution of Decision Support Systems- Data warehousing Components Data
warehouse, Data Warehouse and DBMS, Data marts, Metadata, 11
Multidimensional data model, OLAP ,OLTP, Data cubes, Schemas for
Multidimensional Database: Stars, Snowflakes and Fact constellations
II Types of OLAP servers, 3Tier data warehouse architecture, distributed and
virtual data warehouses. Data warehouse implementation, tuning and testing
of data warehouse. Data Staging (ETL) Design and Development, data 12
warehouse visualization, Data Warehouse Deployment, Maintenance, Growth,
Business Intelligence Overview- Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence
Trends -Business Applications- tools-SAS
III Data mining-KDD versus data mining, Stages of the Data Mining Process-task
primitives, Data Mining Techniques -Data mining knowledge representation
Data mining query languages, Integration of a Data Mining System with a Data 12
Warehouse Issues, Data preprocessing Data cleaning, Data transformation,
Feature selection, Dimensionality reduction, Discretization and generating -
Mining frequent patternsassociation and correlation.
IV Decision Tree Induction - Bayesian Classification Rule Based Classification
by Back propagation Support Vector Machines Associative Classification
Lazy Learners Other Classification Methods Clustering techniques ,
Partitioning methods- k-means- Hierarchical Methods - distance- based 13
agglomerative and divisible clustering, Density-Based Methods expectation
maximization -Grid Based
Methods Model-Based Clustering Methods Constraint Based Cluster
Analysis Outlier Analysis
V Multidimensional analysis and descriptive mining of complex data objects
Spatial mining -Multimedia mining - Text mining - Web mining - Temporal
12
mining.

TOTAL HOURS 60

TEXT/REFERENCE BOOKS:
T/R BOOK TITLE/AUTHORS/PUBLICATION
T Jiawei Han and MichelineKamber, Data Mining: Concepts and Techniques,Morgan

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Kaufmann Publishers, third edition2011, ISBN: 1558604898.


T Alex Berson and Stephen J. Smith, Data Warehousing, Data Mining & OLAP,TataMcGraw
Hill Edition, Tenth Reprint 2007.
T G. K. Gupta, Introduction to Data Min Data Mining with Case Studies, Easter Economy
Edition, Prentice Hall of India, 2006.
T MargaretH. Dunham, S.Sridhar, Data Mining : Introductory and Advanced Topics,Pearson
Education
R Mehmedkantardzic, Dataminingconcepts,models,methods, and algorithms, Wiley
Interscience, 2003.
R Ian Witten, Eibe Frank, Data Mining; Practical Machine Learning Tools and Techniques,
third edition, Morgan Kaufmann, 2011.
R George M Marakas, Modern Data Warehousing, Mining and Visualization,Prentice Hall,
2003

COURSE PRE-REQUISITES:
C.CODE COURSE NAME DESCRIPTION SEM
IT 506 Database Management Systems v

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
1 This course deals with the representation of multidimensional data for Data warehouses
2 It covers basics of data mining, clustering and classification and applications of data mining

COURSE OUTCOMES:
SNO DESCRIPTION Blooms
Taxonomy
Level
1 Identifythe differences between relational database systems and data Knowledge,
warehouses, the need for data warehousing to formulate the decision Understand
support systeman engineering specializationfor theprediction and (level 1, level
modeling to complex engineering activities. 2)
2 Understand,
Summarize the dominant data warehousing architectures and analyze Analyze, Create
their implementation details to develop multidimensional data models
(level 2, level 4,
to analyze complex engineering problems.
level 6)
3 Understand the different functionalities of data mining system and Understand,
analyze the various data preprocessing techniques todesigndata Analyze(level
warehouses that meet the specified needs of the society with 2, level 4, level
appropriate environmental considerations. 6)
4 Analyze the various clustering and classification algorithm Analyze,
functionalities and evaluate their merits and demerits to acquire Evaluate (level
research based knowledge for thesynthesis of the information to 4, level 5)
provide valid conclusions.
5 Explain the advanced data mining concepts and outline their scope of Analyze,
providing IT solutions for different domains which helps in the

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betterment of life. Evaluate


(level 4, level
5)

CO-PO AND CO-PSO MAPPING

PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO1 PO1 PO1 PSO PSO PSO


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2 1 2 3
C706. 1 2 _ _ _ 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
1
C706. 3 3 2 _ _ 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 3 _
2
C706. 2 1 1 2 _ 2 _ _ _ _ _ _ 2 3 _
3
C706. 3 3 3 2 3 2 _ _ _ _ _ 1 3 2 2
4
C706. 2 2 3 2 _ 2 _ _ _ _ _ 3 2 _ 2
5

JUSTIFATIONS FOR CO-PO MAPPING

Mapping LOW/MEDIUM/HIGH Justification


C706.1-PO1 L Identify the need of data warehousing and how it helps in
modelling real world systems (multidimensional data).
C706.1-PO2 H Identify the role of Data warehouses in real world complex
data analysis and formulate the decisions in decision
support systems
C706.1-PO6 L Study the application areas of data warehousing and apply
the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety,
legal and cultural issues.
C706.2-PO1 H Data warehouse implementation will result in better
software system solutions.
C706.2-PO2 H Construct the data warehouse by applying the data
warehouse implementation techniques to summarize
multidimensional data for data analysis.
C706.2-PO3 M Study Data warehouse architecture to design Data
warehouse which, will help in analyzing complex problem
and finding a solution.

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C706.2-PO6 L Apply reasoning informed by the data warehouse


implementation to assess societal, health, safety, legal and
cultural issues.
C706.2- H Knowledge in Data warehouse architecture will contribute
PSO2 in better database design.
C706.3-PO1 M Apply aggregation, transformation and reduction
technique to generate preprocessed data which will result
better data warehouse design for the solution of complex
engineering problems.
C706.3-PO2 L Study of different functionalities of data mining system will
help to Identify, formulate, review and analyze complex
engineering problems.
C706.3-PO3 L Study of various preprocessing techniques in data
warehousing help to design systems that meet the
specified needs with appropriate consideration for the
society.
C706.3-PO4 M Knowledge of different functionalities of data mining
system and data preprocessing techniques support the
analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the
information to provide valid conclusions.
C706.3-PO6 M Apply reasoning informed by the summarized
(preprocessed) data to assess societal, health, safety, legal
and cultural issues.
C706.3- M Study of data mining techniques will acquire skills to
PSO1 design, analyse and develop algorithms and implement
them using high-level programming languages.
C706.3- H Study of data preprocessing techniques will contribute
PSO2 their engineering skills in computing and information
engineering domains like database design
C706.4-PO1 H Apply the knowledge of clustering and classification
techniques for better problem specialization and solution
of complex data.
C706.4-PO2 H knowledge of clustering and classification techniques will
help to identify, formulate, review and analyze complex
multi dimensional data andbring substantiated
conclusions
C706.4-PO3 H Knowledge of various clustering and classification
techniques will develop skills to design solutions for
complex real world problems with appropriate
consideration for the public health and safety, and the
cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

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C706.4-PO4 M Use research-based knowledge and research methods


including analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis
of the information obtained from the study of various
clustering and classification algorithm functionalitiesto
provide valid conclusions.
C706.4-PO5 H Create, select, and apply appropriate clustering and
classification techniques, and modern data mining tools
including prediction and modeling to complex
multidimensional data with an understanding of the
limitations.
C706.4-PO6 M Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge
with classification and clustering techniques to assess
societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues.
C706.4- L Recognize the need for advanced data mining techniques to
PO12 solve the real world problems, and have the preparation
and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning
in the broadest context of technological change.
C706.4- H Study of classification and clustering techniques acquire
PSO1 skills to design, analyse and develop algorithms and
implement them using high-levelprogramming languages.
C706.4- M Classification and clustering techniques knowledge
PSO2 contribute their skills in computing and information
engineering domains like knowledge engineering.
C706.4- M Classification and clustering techniques knowledge
PSO3 develop strong skills in systematic planning, developing,
testing implementing and providing IT solutions for
different domains which helps in the betterment of life.
C706.5-PO1 M Learning advanced data mining concepts
contribute specialization to the solution of complex
engineering problems
C706.5-PO2 M Advanced data mining concepts helps to formulate and
analyze complex engineering problems reaching
substantiated conclusions
C706.5-PO3 H Design solutions for complex engineering problems and
design system components or processes that meet the
specified needs with appropriate consideration for the
public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and
environmental considerations.

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C706.5-PO4 M Use research-based knowledge and research methods


including design of experiments, analysis and
interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to
provide valid conclusions.
C706.5-PO6 M Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to
assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and
the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional
engineering practice.
C706.5- H Advanced data mining concepts helps to recognize the
PO12 need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in
independent and life-long learning in the broadest context
of technological change.
C706.5- M Study ofAdvanced data mining concepts acquire skills to
PSO1 design, analyse and develop algorithms and implement
them using high-level programming languages.
C706.5- M Knowledge of advanced data mining concepts develop
PSO3 strong skills in systematic planning, developing, testing
implementing and providing IT solutions for different
domains which helps in the betterment of life.

GAPS IN THE SYLLABUS - TO MEET INDUSTRY/PROFESSION REQUIREMENTS:


SNO DESCRIPTION PROPOSED
ACTIONS
1 Data Mining Tools Demo
2 Data Mining Models Assignment
3 Matrix for Classification Seminar
4 Error Measures for classification Techniques Assignment
5 Data Cube construction Seminar
PROPOSED ACTIONS: TOPICS BEYOND SYLLABUS/ASSIGNMENT/INDUSTRY VISIT/GUEST
LECTURER/NPTEL ETC

TOPICS BEYOND SYLLABUS/ADVANCED TOPICS/DESIGN:


1 Software for Data Warehousing
2 Data Cube Implementation
3 Familiarization with WEKA
4 Data warehouse Implementation
5 Information Privacy and DATA Mining

WEB SOURCE REFERENCES:

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1 nptel.iitm.ac.in
2 http://www.cs.uiuc.edu/~hanj/bk2/
3 http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/database/options/advanced-analytics/odm/odm-
techniques-algorithms-097163.html
4 http://www.slideshare.net/idnats/data-warehousing-and-data-mining-presentation-725476
5 http://forum.jntuworld.com/showthread.php?3818-Data-Warehousing-and-Data-Mining-
%28DWDM%29-Unit-wise-Notes-All-8-Units
6 http://www.theiia.org/intAuditor/itaudit/archives/2006/august/data-mining-101-tools-and-
techniques/
7 http://www.thearling.com/text/dmtechniques/dmtechniques.htm
8 http://akademik.maltepe.edu.tr/~kadirerdem/772s_Data.Mining.Concepts.and.Techniques.2n
d.Ed.pdf
9 http://www.data-miners.com/resources/SUGI29-Survival.pdf
1 http://www.uta.edu/faculty/sawasthi/Statistics/stdatmin.html
0

DELIVERY/INSTRUCTIONAL METHODOLOGIES:
CHALK & TALK STUD. ASSIGNMENT WEB RESOURCES

LCD/SMART STUD. SEMINARS ADD-ON COURSES


BOARDS

ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES-DIRECT

ASSIGNMENTS STUD. SEMINARS TESTS/MODEL UNIV.


EXAMS EXAMINATION

STUD. LAB STUD. VIVA MINI/MAJOR CERTIFICATIONS


PRACTICES PROJECTS
ADD-ON COURSES OTHERS

ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES-INDIRECT
ASSESSMENT OF COURSE OUTCOMES (BY STUDENT FEEDBACK ON FACULTY
FEEDBACK, ONCE) (TWICE)

ASSESSMENT OF MINI/MAJOR PROJECTS BY OTHERS


EXT. EXPERTS

Prepared by Approved by

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(Dr. SherlyK.K) (HOD)

Course plan
Module Day Planned

Day
I 1 Overview
Day
I 2 Evolution of Decision Support Systems, DSS applications
Day Components of DSS, Distinction between operatonal database and DSS
I 3 databse
Day Data warehousing Components Data warehouse, Comparison between
I 4 Data Warehouse and DBMS
Day
I 5 Data marts, Metadata
Day
I 6 Multidimensional data model, OLAP ,OLTP, Data cubes
Day Schemas for Multidimensional Database: Star schema,Snowflakes and
I 7 Fact constellations schema
Day
I 8 Implement schemas using examples (tutorial)
Day
I 9 Revision test of module I
Day
II 10 Types of OLAP servers: ROLAP, MOLAP, HOLAP
Day
II 11 3Tier data warehouse architecture
Day
II 12 Distributed and virtual data warehouses
Day
II 13 Data warehouse implementation
Day
II 14 Tuning and testing of data warehouse
Day
II 15 Data Staging (ETL) Design and Development,
Day
II 16 Data warehouse visualization
Day
II 17 Data Warehouse Deployment, Maintenance, Growth
Day Business Intelligence Overview- Data Warehousing and Business
II 18 Intelligence Trends
Day Business Applications- tools-SAS (Assignment I), Revision test of module
II 19 II
Day
III 20 Data mining-KDD versus data mining, Stages of the Data Mining Process
III Day Task primitives, Data Mining Techniques: Association rule mining

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21
Day Data Mining Techniques: Supervised Vs Unsupervised, Classification &
III 22 Prediction
Day Data Mining Techniques: Clustering and Outlier Analysis, Data Mining
III 23 multiple disciplines
Day
III 24 Data mining knowledge representation, Data mining query languages
Day
III 25 Integration of a Data Mining System with a Data Warehouse Issues
Day Data preprocessing: Major Tasks in Data Preprocessing, Data Cleaning,
III 26 Handling Missing Data
Day
III 27 Data Transformation: Normalization, Feature selection
Day Dimensionality reduction methods: Wavelet transform Principal
III 28 component analysis
Day
III 29 Discretization and generalization
Day Association rule mining, market basket analysis : Frequent pattern
III 30 mining algorithm with examples (Apriori algorithm)-Tutorial
Day
III 31 Revision test of module III
Day
IV 32 classification Techniques, Decision Tree Induction
Day
IV 33 Bayesian Classification -Tutorial
Day
IV 34 Rule Based Classification by Back propagation
Day
IV 35 Support Vector Machines Associative Classification
Day
IV 36 Lazy Learners Other Classification Methods
Day Clustering techniques: Partitioning methods- k-means algorithm :
IV 37 Tutorial
Day Hierarchical Methods - distance- based agglomerative and divisible
IV 38 clustering
Day
IV 39 Density-Based Methods expectation maximization, Grid Based Methods
Day
IV 40 Model-Based Clustering Methods ,Constraint Based Cluster Analysis
Day
IV 41 Outlier Analysis
Day
IV 42 Revision test of module IV
V Day Multidimensional analysis : descriptive mining of complex data objects

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43
Day
V 44 Spatial mining, Temporal mining (Assignment II)
Day Multimedia mining :Classification and Prediction Analysis, Mining
V 45 Associations, Audio and Video Data Mining
Day Text Data Analysis and Information Retrieval, Dimensionality Reduction
V 46 for Text, Text Mining Approaches
Day Web mining: Mining Multimedia Data on the Web, Automatic
V 47 Classification of Web Documents, Web usage mining
Day
V 48 Revision Test of Module V

IT010 706 L06 Data Mining and Data Warehousing (Elective II)
Tutorial List

Sl. No Topic Date Hour


Construct various types of data warehouse schemas using
1 suitable examples 9/8/2016 5
i). Draw Data Warehouse 3-Tier Architecture design and
analyze each layer functionalities.
ii). Demonstrate the various OLAP operations with
2 suitable examples 11/8/2016 6
Analyze the two popular dimensionality reduction
techniques used in data warehouse : PCA, Wavelet
3 Transform 5/10/2016 4
Find out frequent itemsets from the given dataset using
Apriori algorithm and generate strong association rules
4 from the identified frequent patterns. 15/10/2016 4
Demonstrate the working of Nave Bayesian classifier with
5 suitable example 18/10/2016 5
Illustrate the clustering procedure in K-means clustering
6 algorithm with suitable example 20/10/2016 4

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Assignment List

Assignment
No. Topic Submission Date

Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence


1 Trends, Applications- tools-SAS 23/8/2016

2 Spatial Mining, Temporal Mining 31/09/2016

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IT010 708
Computer Aided Software
Engineering Lab

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COURSE INFORMATION SHEET


PROGRAMME : INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEGREE : BTECH
COURSE: : computer aided software SEMESTER : VII CREDITS : 2
engineering lab
COURSE CODE : IT010-708 COURSE TYPE : CORE
REGULATION : 2010
COURSE AREA/DOMAIN : Software CONTACT HOURS : 3 hours/Week.
Engineering
CORRESPONDING LAB COURSE CODE (IF LAB COURSE NAME: computer aided software
ANY):IT010702 engineering lab

SYLLABUS:
UNIT DETAILS HOURS
1.Study of case tools such as rational rose or equivalent tools
2. Requirements
Implementation of requirements engineering activities such as elicitation,
validation, management using case tools
3. Analysis and design
1 Implementation of analysis and design using case tools. 30
4. Study and usage of software project management tools such cost estimates
and
scheduling
5. Documentation generators - Study and practice of Documentation generators.
6. Data modeling using automated tools.
7. Practice reverse engineering and re engineering using tools.
8. Exposure towards test plan generators, test case generators, test coverage
and
software metrics.
9. Meta modeling and software life cycle management.
TOTAL HOURS 30

TEXT/REFERENCE BOOKS:
T/R BOOK TITLE/AUTHORS/PUBLICATION

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R Object Oriented Modeling and Design -James Rumbaugh, Prentice Hall India

R UML Distilled Martin Fowler, Addison Wesley

COURSE PRE-REQUISITES:
C.CODE COURSE NAME DESCRIPTION SEM
IT010702 Object oriented modeling and design Object oriented methodology for system S7
modeling and design
IT Software engineering Phases in software development S6
010604

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
1 To impart ideas on building systems through the object oriented modeling
approach using the Unified Modeling Language.

COURSE OUTCOMES:
SNO DESCRIPTION Blooms
Taxonomy
Level
1 Students will be able toEvaluate Computer aided software engineering tools Evaluate
(level 5)
2 Students will acquire skills to Practice the Creation of requirements Create
engineering activities (level 1)
3 Have knowledge on the analysis and design activities of software Analysing
development (level 4 )
4 Understand the scheduling, cost estimation and documentation activitiesof Understand
Software development. (level 5)
5 Remembering on data modeling ,forward and reverse engineering operations Remember
(level 6)

GAPS IN THE SYLLABUS - TO MEET INDUSTRY/PROFESSION REQUIREMENTS:


SNO DESCRIPTION PROPOSED
ACTIONS

PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PSO PSO PSO


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3
IT010
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708.2

IT010
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708.3

IT010
1 2 - - 2 - - - - 3 2 - -
708.4

IT010
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708.5

JUSTIFICATIONS FOR CO-PO MAPPING


LOW/MEDIUM/HIG
MAPPING JUSTIFICATION
H
IT010 708.1-
H Students will acquire ethics to find out the cost estimation.
PO8
IT010 708.1-
L Importance of documentation in Software design.
PO10
IT010 708.1-
M Students will acquire skills to design the software projects .
PSO1

Apply the set of knowledge to find out the requirement


IT010 708.2-
M analysis.
PO1
IT010 708.2-
L Select set of tools used for creating usecase diagrams.
PO5
IT010 708.2-
M To know the effect of team work in software project design.
PO9

Students will be able to acquire skills to find out the usecases


IT010 708.2- H
in a problem statement.
PSO3
IT010 708.3- Students analyse complex software problems reaching
H
PO2 substantiated conclusions.
IT010 708.3- Students will be able to attain set of knowledge for develop
M
PO7 class diagrams.
IT010 708.3- Students acquire skills to develop different Activity diagrams
M
PSO1 of the project
IT010 708.4- H Apply the knowledge of UML fundamentals to develop

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PO1 sequence diagrams of the project


IT010 708.4-
M Analyse the use of cost estimation in software project.
PO2

IT010 708.4- By the help of tools design the set of screen prototypes.
M
PO5
IT010 708.4-
L Students try to learn how to plan a software project
P012
IT010 708.4- Students acquire skills to design what are the states of a
M
PSO1 project.
IT010 708.5- Design different set of activity diagrams to show the flow of
H
PO3 events.
IT010 708.5 Students acquire set of knowledge to understand set of
L
PO4 problems related to designing sequence diagrams.
IT010 708.5- Students acquire set of skills to know the details of the
H
PSO2 database.

PROPOSED ACTIONS: TOPICS BEYOND SYLLABUS/ASSIGNMENT/INDUSTRY VISIT/GUEST


LECTURER/NPTEL ETC

TOPICS BEYOND SYLLABUS/ADVANCED TOPICS/DESIGN:


1 Familiarization of open proj
2 Familiarization of usecase points

WEB SOURCE REFERENCES:


1 http://pic.dhe.ibm.com/infocenter/reqpro/v7r1m0/index.jsp?topic=/com.ibm.reqpro.help/get
_start/r_tutorials.html
2 http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/rational/products/rsa/
3 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unified_Modeling_Language
4 https://www.openproject.org/

DELIVERY/INSTRUCTIONAL METHODOLOGIES:
CHALK & TALK STUD. WEB RESOURCES
ASSIGNMENT
LCD/SMART STUD. SEMINARS ADD-ON COURSES
BOARDS

ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES-DIRECT
ASSIGNMENTS STUD. SEMINARS TESTS/MODEL UNIV.

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EXAMS EXAMINATION
STUD. LAB STUD. VIVA MINI/MAJOR CERTIFICATIONS
PRACTICES PROJECTS
ADD-ON COURSES OTHERS

ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES-INDIRECT
ASSESSMENT OF COURSE OUTCOMES (BY STUDENT FEEDBACK ON FACULTY
FEEDBACK, ONCE) (TWICE)
ASSESSMENT OF MINI/MAJOR PROJECTS BY OTHERS
EXT. EXPERTS

Prepared by Approved by
(Mathews Abraham) Binu A
(Faculty) (HOD)

IT010 708 Computer Aided Software Engineering Lab


LAB SCHEDULE

Sl.No Planned Date Planned

Pgm 1-
1.Requirement Analysis 2.Drawing
Requirement Traceability Matrix
1 5/aug 3. Identify the list of Actors
4. Identify the list of Usecases
5. Mapping functional requirements to usecases
6.Develop usecases
7. Detailed explanation of each usecase

Pgm 1-
2 26/aug 8. Develop Screen Protypes
9. Cost Estimation
10. Planning

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Pgm 1-
11. Identifying Domain Classes
12.Modelling UML Activity Diagram (Only for 4
scenarios)
13.Modelling UML Sequence Diagram (Only for 4
scenarios)
3 26/aug
14.Modelling UML Class Diagram (Should be a detailed
class diagram)
15. Modelling UML Component Diagram
16. Detailed explanation of each usecase
17. Automated Code Generation - Forward Engineering

Pgm 2-
1.Requirement Analysis 2.Drawing
4 2/sept Requirement Traceability Matrix
3. Identify the list of Actors
4. Identify the list of Usecases
5. Mapping functional requirements to usecases
6.Develop usecases
7. Detailed explanation of each usecase

Pgm 2-
5 23/sept
8. Develop Screen Protypes
9. Cost Estimation
10. Planning

Pgm 2-
11. Identifying Domain Classes
12.Modelling UML Activity Diagram (Only for 4
scenarios)
13.Modelling UML Sequence Diagram (Only for 4
scenarios)
6 30/sept
14.Modelling UML Class Diagram (Should be a detailed
class diagram)
15. Modelling UML Component Diagram
16. Detailed explanation of each usecase
17. Automated Code Generation - Forward Engineering

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Pgm 3-
1.Requirement Analysis 2.Drawing
Requirement Traceability Matrix
3. Identify the list of Actors
7 7/oct
4. Identify the list of Usecases
5. Mapping functional requirements to usecases
6.Develop usecases
7. Detailed explanation of each usecase
Pgm 3-
8. Develop Screen Protypes
8 14/oct 9. Cost Estimation
10. Planning

Pgm 3-
11. Identifying Domain Classes
12.Modelling UML Activity Diagram (Only for 4
scenarios)
13.Modelling UML Sequence Diagram (Only for 4
scenarios)
9 21/oct
14.Modelling UML Class Diagram (Should be a detailed
class diagram)
15. Modelling UML Component Diagram
16. Detailed explanation of each usecase
17. Automated Code Generation - Forward Engineering

28/oct
10 Model lab exam

Program 1.
LIBRARY INFORMATION SYSTEM

The Institute has been recently setup to provide state-of -the-art research facilities in the field of
Software Engineering. Apart from research scholars(students) and professors, it also includes quite
a large number of employees who work on different projects undertaken by the Institution.
As the size and capacity of the institute is increasing with the time, it has been proposed to
develop a Library Information System (LIS) for the benefit of students and employees of the
institute. LIS will enable the members to borrow a book (or return it) with ease while sitting at his
desk/chamber. The system also enables a member to extend the date of his borrowing if no other
borrowing for that particular book has been made.

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For the library staff, this system aids them to easily handle day-to-day book transactions. The
librarian, who has administrative privileges and complete control over the system, can enter a new
record into the system when a new book has been purchased, or remove a record in case any book
is taken off the shelf. Any non-member is free to use this system to browse/search books online.
However, issuing or returning books is restricted to valid users (members) of LIS only.
The final deliverable would be a web application (using recent HTML 5), which should run
only within the institute LAN. Although this reduces security risk of the software to a large extent,
care should be taken no confidential information (e.g., passwords) is stored in plain text.
Program 2
SHOPPING MALL MANAGEMENT

The mall will provide a smooth shopping experience for customers. Also the system will allow more
than one shop owner to set up different shops, to sell various products under one roof i.e. mall. The
concept, at its very basic, provides for an environment that allows the following: Any person
wishing to setup shop in the mall can send a proposal to the mall owner. The mall owner approves
the proposal and confirms the deal. The shop owners can then setup and maintain their own
shop(s) in the mall.
The customers when enter the mall have to authenticate themselves on a central server. After
authentication, the customer is allocated a shopping cart and can enter a particular shop of
his/her choice for shopping. After entering a shop, the customer can browse through the products
available in the shop, can select some of them and put into the shopping cart. The customer can
anytime change the items in the cart either by adding new items or by removing existing items. The
customer proceeds towards the payment counter. Then finalize the product list of items that the
customer finally wishes to buy and make the final payment. The customer then leaves the shop and
can either enter another shop or leave the mall.

Program 3 (Roll number 1-20)


a.ONLINE QUIZ SYSTEM

To develop a system for conducting a quiz as part of department of IT by choosing questions


randomly from different areas like IT, Logical measuring and General Knowledge.

Program 4(Roll number 21-40)

RAILWAY RESERVATION SYSTEM

To implement an automated railway reservation system and to document the various steps taking
place during a project development cycle

PROBLEM DEFENITION

The railway reservation system should have distributed functionalities as described below:-

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1. Reserve seat-A passenger should be able to reserve a seat in the train specified by him if
available. For this he has to fill a reservation form with the details about his journey. The clerk
checks for the availability of the seat in the train and if the seat is available then he marks entries
regarding train name, t rain number, date of journey, boarding station and destination. The
passenger is asked to pay the fair. After making payment the passenger can collect ticket from the
clerk.
2. Cancel reservation:-There arise a case when the passenger wants to cancel the reservation. For
this he has to fill a cancellation form providing all details about the ticket reserved by him. The clerk
then checks for the entries from the database and cancel the reservation finally returning the ticket
amount with some deduction.
3. Update train information and report generation:-Only the administrator has the right to make
changes in the train details (train name, train no etc).The system should also be able to generate
report when needed in the form of reservation charts, train schedule charts etc.
4. Login:-Only the user with specified login id and password can get access to the system. T his
provides security from unauthorized access.
5. View reservation status and train scheduled:-All the users should be able to see the information
about the reservation.

Program 5.(roll number 41-60)


Online Shopping
Shopping becomes easier and flexible by innovative information technology concepts. Clients
should acquire credit /debit cards from the respective banks for the transaction purpose. Proper
shopping destination should be selected by the customer for the effective shopping. Internet
enabled laptops/desktops are the important parts of the online shopping system. Customer should
acquire the bank account and then get the debit/credit cards.
There are different sites in the internet for the online shopping, which shows the quality, prize and
configurations of the product in detail. The customer can view the details of the products including
its price, quality and images. The customer can add the selected items to his/ her shopping cart.
Then the customer can order the goods by filling the order form and can pay the cash through
cards. Site administrator should verify the customer name, address, card number, account details
etc. If the customer is valid, goods will reach at home through home delivery system.

1. OPEN QUESTIONS

2. Making a Phone call


The major elements included in a phone call are calling phone, a telephone exchange and a
receiving phone. The person who wants to make call to another person, first takes the receiver
and dial a number of the recipient with STD code. If the number is busy, we get a busy tone. The
telephone exchange is the intermediary between the caller and callee. On understanding the
recipients number, the telephone exchange establishes a connection with the recipient phone, if the
network is available.

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When the recipient takes the receiver, the call is established and conversation takes place until the
call is disconnected. The Telephone Exchange has the facility for calculating the duration of call and
the cost of the call. The signals are transmitted from the caller to exchange and from exchange to
callee via fibre optic cables or via satellites. The caller has the redial facility on a busy condition. If
the recipient have caller ID, he can understand the number of the caller.

3. Online Shopping
Shopping becomes easier and flexible by innovative information technology concepts. Clients
should acquire credit /debit cards from the respective banks for the transaction purpose. Proper
shopping destination should be selected by the customer for the effective shopping. Internet
enabled laptops/desktops are the important parts of the online shopping system. Customer should
acquire the bank account and then get the debit/credit cards.
There are different sites in the internet for the online shopping, which shows the quality, prize and
configurations of the product in detail. The customer can view the details of the products including
its price, quality and images. The customer can add the selected items to his/ her shopping cart.
Then the customer can order order the goods by filling the order form and can pay the cash through
cards. Site administrator should verify the customer name, address, card number, account details
etc. If the customer is valid, goods will reach at home through home delivery system.

4. Online Assignment Submission System

The online assignment submission system is aimed at downloading and uploading assignments for
students; with each assignment having information about the instructions, description of
assignment topic, deadline, and submission details. There will be three users groups which are:
Administrators, course instructors and Students.

The student must be able to update his profile, submit or upload the assignment documents online
and also view the grade of the assignments in each subject.
The course instructor shouldreceive and download the student's document. He then updates the
grade of the assignment. There will be an administrator who manages the whole application. He
could add or delete courses, course instructors and students. He must be able to associate a course
with a student as well as a course instructor. The administrator can also view the student grade.

5. ADVANCED QUESTIONS

1. Car Rental System

Automobile sales, service and rental company in the city wants to set up a computerized application
for handling its car rental business. Currently, the operation is manual and the manager wants to
help the clients by offering a faster service. This system is going to be used by three groups of users
- the customer, administrator and the staff. The application should provide direct access to the

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customers through web application system. There must be a provision to view current status of all
cars such as available, being rented or not available. The administrator can add the details to the
application modify it and delete. The administrator and staff must be able to do business analysis
and generate report such as the car rental report and other statistics from time to time. The
customer can select a rental and book for it by filling a booking form and can pay online using credit
card.
2. Shopping Mall Management

The mall will provide a soothing shopping experience for customers. Also the system will allow
more than one shop owner to set up different shops, to sell various products under one roof i.e.
mall. The concept, at its very basic, provides for an environment that allows the following: Any
person wishing to setup shop in the mall can send a proposal to the mall owner. The mall owner
approves the proposal and confirms the deal. The shop owners can then setup and maintain their
own shop(s) in the mall.
The customers when enter the mall have to authenticate themselves on a central server. After
authentication, the customer is allocated a shopping cart and can enter a particular shop of
his/her choice for shopping. After entering a shop, the customer can browse through the products
available in the shop, can select some of them and put into the shopping cart. The customer can
anytime change the items in the cart either by adding new items or by removing existing items. The
customer proceeds towards the payment counter. Then finalize the product list of items that the
customer finally wishes to buy and make the final payment. The customer then leaves the shop and
can either enter another shop or leave the mall.

3. Parking Allotment
Shopping mall of a city wanted to automates its car parking. It has a six levels of car parking area
with 100 cars can be parked at each level. A barrier and a card reader are placed at the entrance
and exit place. The driver of an approaching car presses the button to receive token at the entrance.
The card reader checks the token and sends a signal to raise the barrier for valid token. The
entrance barrier is raised to enable the car to enter parking. The token is issued at the entrance
only when there is a place to park the car. The parking place of the car with level and place is
printed in the token. At the exit, there is also a barrier, which is raised when a car wishes to leave
the park. The exit barrier is released only when the driver of the car, approach the card reader and
pay the parking charge.
4. The stock management system

The stock management system aims at automating the stock management activities in the shop. The
shop owner can keep a record of all the items available in the shop. He has the authority to add,
delete and modify the items in the record. This record will be automatically updated on every
purchase made. The shop owner can view the record any time for stock verification. The system
also provides the facility for automatic stock report generation of weekly activities. This system will
help to reduce the time and cost of stock management.

5. Online Ticket Reservation System

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The system aims to develop online ticket reservation for the flight. The system maintains the details
various of flight routes, ticket availability and etc., A passenger who wants to book the ticket can do
a search to locate availability of the seat.

Requisition slip can be filled in online and submitted. Fifty percentage of the amount should be paid
in advance to confirm the ticket during registration. The mode of payment is through credit card.
Cancellation of the ticket can also be made online.

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IT010 707
Internetworking Lab

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COURSE INFORMATION SHEET July 2016

PROGRAMME: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEGREE: BTECH


COURSE: INTERNETWORKING LAB SEMESTER: VII CREDITS: 2
COURSE CODE: IT010 707 COURSE TYPE: CORE
REGULATION : 2010
COURSE AREA/DOMAIN: INTERNETWORKING CONTACT HOURS: 3 hours/Week.
CORRESPONDING LAB COURSE CODE (IF ANY):

SYLLABUS:
DETAILS HOURS
Familiarization of Network hardware such as NIC, Hub, Bridge, Switch, Router etc
Familiarizationof different NetworkCables-Colorcoding -Crimping. 6
Familiarization ofWirelessAccessPoint.
LAN Configuration IP Addressing Host name - Domain Name Setting up
Configuring testing and troubleshooting 6
Wireless LAN Configuration
Basicswitchconfiguration
VLANconfiguration
6
VTP,VTPpruning.
Implementinter-VLANrouting
Basic router configuration.
Implementing static routing.
Implementing dynamic routing using RIP 9
Implementing dynamic routing using OSPF
Implementing dynamic routing using EIGRP
Backup and recovery of configuration files of a router using TFTP server.
Access Control List (Standard and Extended) 6
Configuring PPP.
33(11 Lab
TOTAL HOURS
Sessions)

TEXT/REFERENCE BOOKS:
T/R BOOK TITLE/AUTHORS/PUBLICATION
R CCNA CISCO certified network associate study guide
R CCNA Self Study: Introduction: Introduction to CISCO Networking Technologies, McQuerry, S
R CCNA Self Study: CCNA INTRO: Exam Certification Guide, Odom, W
COURSE PRE-REQUISITES:
C.CODE COURSE NAME DESCRIPTION SEM

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IT010 601 Computer Networks Basics in Computer Networks S6


IT010 704 Internetworking Advanced Computer Networks S7

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
1 Build an understanding of the fundamental concepts of computer networking
2 Familiarize the student with the basic taxonomy and terminology of the computer networking
area
3 Introduce the student to advanced networking concepts, preparing the student for entry
Advanced courses in computer networking
4 Allow the student to gain expertise in some specific areas of networking such as the design and
maintenance of individual networks

COURSE OUTCOMES:
Blooms
SNO DESCRIPTION Taxonomy
Level
Knowledge
C707.1 Identify the different types of network topologies and protocols.
(level 1)
Identify the different types of network devices and their functions within a Knowledge
C707.2 network (level 1)
Familiarity with the basic protocols of computer networks, and evaluates Evaluate
C707.3
how they can be used to assist in network design and implementation. (level 5)
Understand,
Understand the concepts of routing mechanisms , network interfaces, and Analyze(level
C707.4
design/performance issues in local area networks and wide area networks 2 and 4)

Understand
C707.5 To be familiar with wireless networking concepts
(level 2)

CO-PO AND CO-PSO MAPPING

PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PSO1 PSO2 PSO3


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

C701.1 3 _ 3 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 3 _ 3 -
C702.2 3 3 _ _ - _ _ - _ 3 - 3 _
C703.3 - 2 _ 2 _ _ _ _ _ _ 2 _ 3
C704.4 2 3 2 - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - _

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C705.5 1 3 _ 3 _ _ _ _ - _ 3 _ 1 _

GAPS IN THE SYLLABUS - TO MEET INDUSTRY/PROFESSION REQUIREMENTS:


SNO DESCRIPTION PROPOSED
ACTIONS

PROPOSED ACTIONS: TOPICS BEYOND SYLLABUS/ASSIGNMENT/INDUSTRY VISIT/GUEST


LECTURER/NPTEL ETC
JUSTIFICATIONS FOR CO-PO MAPPING
MAPPING LOW/MEDIUM/H JUSTIFICATION
IGH
C707.1-PO1 H Students will acquire knowledge Network Topologies and
Protocols.
C707.1-PO3 H Students will be able to understand how these LAN
Configuration and IP addressing is done in simulation
mode of packet tracer tool
C707.1-PO12 H Information acquired from Packet Network Topologies
and Protocols provides lifelong learning in the context of
Network Designing.
C707.1-PSO2 H Simulation using Packet tracer tool helps in contribution
of engineering skills in design of Network.
C707.2-PO1 H Studies about the various networking components help
the students to understand about its basic functionalities
specially the switch and router configuration.
C707.2-PO3 H Students gain the Knowledge of virtual LAN help students
in designing network.
C707.2-P012 H Studies about the various networking device
Configuration provide lifelong learning in the context of
Network Designing.
C707.2-PS02 H Students will be able to analyze different functionalities
provided by networking devices in the domain of network
design.
C707.3-PO2 M Studies about the analysis of different network protocols
helps in the network designing.
C707.3-PO5 M Static and dynamic routing protocols simulation will be
familiarized by the students.

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C707.3-PO12 M Information acquired from routing protocol evaluation


provides lifelong learning in the design of network.
C707.3-PSO2 L Students could apply the knowledge of Routing protocol
simulation in the field of network design and
Implementation.
C707.4-PO1 M Students gain the ability to learn about the concepts of
routing mechanisms, crimping and performance issues in
local area networks and wide area networks.
C707.4-PO2 H Students will understand the Implementation of Web
Server, DHCP Server and DNS in simple LAN.
C707.4-P03 M The students could understand Implementation of
wireless LAN using PCs, and a wireless router

C707.5-PO1 L Students will be obtaining basic knowledge of wireless


networking concepts .
C707.5-P03 H Students will be obtain basic knowledge of Implementing
inter-VLAN routing using VTP VLANs and switches

C707.5-P05 H Students could apply the knowledge of wireless routing


concepts for simulating the network using packet tracer
tool.
C707.5-P012 H Students could apply the knowledge of wireless
networking concept for lifelong learning in the context of
technological change.
C707.5-PS02 L Students will be acquiring knowledge to apply the
engineering skills in network design and implementation.

WEB SOURCE REFERENCES:


1 https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/thread/15662
2 http://recentccna.blogspot.in/

DELIVERY/INSTRUCTIONAL METHODOLOGIES:
CHALK & TALK STUD. ASSIGNMENT WEB RESOURCES Lab Sessions
LCD/SMART STUD. SEMINARS ADD-ON COURSES
BOARDS

ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES-DIRECT
ASSIGNMENTS STUD. SEMINARS TESTS/MODEL UNIV.
EXAMS EXAMINATION
STUD. LAB STUD. VIVA MINI/MAJOR CERTIFICATIONS

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PRACTICES PROJECTS
ADD-ON COURSES OTHERS

ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES-INDIRECT
ASSESSMENT OF COURSE OUTCOMES (BY STUDENT FEEDBACK ON FACULTY
FEEDBACK, ONCE) (TWICE)
ASSESSMENT OF MINI/MAJOR PROJECTS BY OTHERS
EXT. EXPERTS

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(Faculty) (HOD)

IT 010 707 : INTERNETWORKING LAB


LAB CYCLE - 2016

1. FAMILIARIZATION OF NETWORK DEVICES.


2. FAMILIARIZATION OF NETWORK CABLES.
3. STUDY OF TCP/IP PROTOCOL SUITE.
4. FAMILIARIZATION OF CISCO SWITCH COMMANDS.
5. FAMILIARIZATION OF CISCO ROUTER COMMANDS
6. FAMILIARIZATION OF PACKET TRACER

7. SIMPLE LAN
Implementation of simple LAN using 4PCs and a switch.
Configure IP address (Use Class C private IPs) and hostnames on PCs
Check the Connection using ping command
View ARP tables on each PC
View MAC table on switch

8. WIRELESS LAN
Implementation of wireless LAN using 5PCs, and a wireless router
Configure wireless router and PCs
Check the Connection using ping command
View ARP tables on each PC
View MAC table on switch
9. DHCP SERVER
Implementation of DHCP based LAN using 4PCs, one DHCP server and a switch.

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Configure DHCP (Use Class C private IPs) server


Configure DHCP and hostnames on PCs
View IP address on each PC
Check the Connection using ping command
View ARP tables on each PC
View MAC table on switch

9. DNS SERVER
Implementation of DNS in simple LAN using 3PCs, one DNS Server and a switch.
a. Configure DNS
b. Configure IP address (Use Class C private IPs) and DNS setting on PCs
c. Perform nslookup
d. Execute ping command using domain names
e. View ARP tables on each PC
f. View MAC table on switch

10. WEB SERVER


Implementation of Web Server in simple LAN using 3PCs, one DNS Server, one Web server
and a switch.
a. Configure DNS
b. Configure Web Server
c. Configure IP address (Use Class C private IPs) and DNS setting on PCs
d. Perform nslookup
e. Access web server from PCs using browser

11. STATIC ROUTING


Implementation of static routing using 8 PCs, 2 switches and three routers.
a. Configure IP address (Use Class C private IPs) and hostnames on PCs. Use two
different subnet IPs based on switch connected.
b. Configure IP address to routers
c. Update Static Routing Table
d. Check the Connection using ping command
e. Check the connection using trace route command
f. View ARP tables on each PC
g. View MAC table on switches
h. View routing tables on routers

12. DYNAMIC ROUTING - RIP


Implementation of dynamic routing based on RIP using 8 PCs, 2 switches and three routers.
a. Configure IP address (Use Class C private IPs) and hostnames on PCs. Use two
different subnet IPs based on switch connected.
b. Configure IP address to routers
c. Update Routing Table in routers
d. View routing tables on routers
e. Check the Connection using ping command
f. Check the connection using trace route command
g. View ARP tables on each PC
h. View MAC table on switches

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13. DYNAMIC ROUTING - OSPF


Implementation of dynamic routing based on OSPF using 8 PCs, 2 switches and three
routers.
a. Configure IP address (Use Class C private IPs) and hostnames on PCs. Use two
different subnet IPs based on switch connected.
b. Configure IP address to routers
c. Update Routing Table in routers
d. View routing tables on routers
e. Check the Connection using ping command
f. Check the connection using trace route command
g. View ARP tables on each PC
h. View MAC table on switches

14. DYNAMIC ROUTING - EIGRP


Implementation of dynamic routing based on EIGRP using 4PCs, 2 switches and three
routers.
a. Configure IP address (Use Class C private IPs) and hostnames on PCs. Use two
different subnet IPs based on switch connected.
b. Configure IP address to routers
c. Update Routing Table in routers
d. View routing tables on routers
e. Check the Connection using ping command
f. Check the connection using trace route command
g. View ARP tables on each PC
h. View MAC table on switches
15. VIRTUAL LAN
Implementation of simple VLAN using 6PCs and a switch.
a. Configure IP address (Use Class C private IPs) and hostnames on PCs
b. Configure 2 VLANs, VLAN1 and VLAN2 in switch using commands
c. Assign Connected two Physical Ports to VLAN1 and remaining ports to VLAN2
d. Check the Connection using ping command
e. View ARP tables on each PC
f. View MAC table on switch
g. View VLAN Database

16. VLAN TRUNK PROTOCOL


Implementation of Simple Trunk (VTP) using 4PCs and two switches.
a. Configure IP address (Use Class C private IPs) and hostnames on PCs
b. Configure 2 VLANs, VLAN1 and VLAN2 in switch using commands
c. Assign Connected two Physical Ports to VLAN1 and remaining ports to VLAN2
d. Check the Connection using ping command
e. View ARP tables on each PC
f. View MAC table on switch
g. View VLAN Database
h. Configure Trunk port on VLAN1 and VLAN2 using commands
i. Check the Connection using ping command

17. INTER VLAN ROUTING USING VTP


Implement inter-VLAN routing using VTP using 4 VLANs and two switches

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a. Configure IP address (Use Class C private IPs) and hostnames on PCs


b. Assign Connected Physical Ports to appropriate VLANs
c. Check the Connection using ping command
d. View ARP tables on each PC
e. View MAC table on switch
f. View VLAN Databases
g. Configure Trunk port on VLAN1, VLAN2, VLAN3 and VLAN4
h. Check the Connection using ping command
18. FAMILIARIZATION OF CRIMPING

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY


IT010 707 INTERNETWORKING LAB

LAB SCHEDULE - 2016

Day Date Program

1. FAMILIARIZATION OF NETWORK DEVICES.


2. FAMILIARIZATION OF NETWORK CABLES.
3. STUDY OF TCP/IP PROTOCOL SUITE.
4. FAMILIARIZATION OF CISCO SWITCH COMMANDS.
5. FAMILIARIZATION OF CISCO ROUTER COMMANDS
6. FAMILIZATION OF PACKET TRACER

1 27-Jul-16 Simple LAN

2 3-Aug-16 Wireless LAN, DHCP Server

3 10-Aug-16 DNS Server, Web Server

4 17-Aug-16 Static Routing

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5 31-Aug-16 Dynamic Routing - RIP,OSPF

6 7-Sep-16 Dynamic Routing - EIGRP,Virtual LAN

7 28-Sep-16 VLAN Trunk Protocol

8 5-Oct-16 Inter VLAN using VTP,Crimping

9 19-Oct-16 Model Exam

OPEN QUESTIONS
SAMPLE NETWORKS

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ADVANCED QUESTIONS

Question 1

Configure a network as depicted, in Packet Tracer

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Implement RIP.
Do trace route to google.com from Client PC, when Router3 is ON
Do trace route to google.com from Client PC, when Router3 is OFF
Show Routing Table of Gateway Router
o When Router3 is ON
o When Router3 is OFF

(To proceed, write necessary commands to configure Routers/Switches; May not be in detail)

Question 2

Configure a network as depicted, in Packet Tracer


Implement Dynamic Routing using OSPF using area as area1.
Do trace route to google.com from Client CS1, when Gateway Router Link (192.168.4.1) is
ON
Do trace route to google.com from Client CS1, when Gateway Router Link (192.168.4.1) is
OFF
Ping IT3 from CS1, when Gateway Router Link (192.168.1.1) is ON
Ping IT3 from CS1, when Gateway Router Link (192.168.1.1) is OFF

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Question 3

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IT010 709
Seminar

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COURSE INFORMATION SHEET

PROGRAMME: INFORMATION DEGREE: BTECH


TECHNOLOGY
COURSE: SEMINAR SEMESTER: VII CREDITS: 2

COURSE CODE : IT010 709 COURSE TYPE: CORE


REGULATION: 2010
COURSE AREA/DOMAIN: CONTACT HOURS: 2 hours/Week.
CORRESPONDING LAB COURSE CODE (IF ANY): LAB COURSE NAME:

SYLLABUS:
UNIT DETAILS HOURS
The seminar power point presentation shall be fundamentals oriented and
advanced topics in the appropriate branch of engineering with references of
minimum seven latest international journal papers having high impact factor.

Each presentation is to be planned for duration of 25 minutes including a


question answer session of five to ten minutes.

The students internal marks for seminar will be out of 50. The marks will be
awarded based on the presentation of the seminar by the students before an
evaluation committee consists of a minimum of 4 faculty members. Apportioning
of the marks towards various aspects of seminar (extent of literature survey,
presentation skill, communication skill, etc.) may be decided by the seminar
evaluation committee.

A bona fide report on seminar shall be submitted at the end of the semester. This
report shall include, in addition to the presentation materials, all relevant
supplementary materials along with detailed answers to all the questions
asked/clarifications sought during presentation. All references must be given
toward the end of the report. The seminar report should also be submitted for
the viva-voce examination at the end of eighth semester.

TOTAL HOURS 2

TEXT/REFERENCE BOOKS:
T/R BOOK TITLE/AUTHORS/PUBLICATION
Seven latest international journal papers having high impact factor

COURSE PRE-REQUISITES:
C.CODE COURSE NAME DESCRIPTION SEM

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All subjects till s7 information technology. S1 to


s6

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
1 Study how to read research papers critically and efficiently and how to summarise and review
them
2 How to gain an understanding of a new field, in the absence of a textbook
3 How to judge the value of different contributions and how to identify promising new directions

COURSE OUTCOMES:
SNO DESCRIPTION
1 The students will be able to recall existing technologies in the area of computer science.
2 The students will be able to to describe, compare and evaluate different technologies.
3 The students will be able to decide the area of interest
4 The students will be able to develop their communication skills.
5 The students will be able to write technical reports.

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CO-PO AND CO-PSO MAPPING


PO P PO PO PO PO PO PO PO P0 PO PO PSO PSO PS
1 O2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 O3
709.1 1 2 3 2
709.2 2 3 1 2
709.3 3 2
709.4 3
709.5 3

JUSTIFICATIONS FOR CO-PO MAPPING


Mapping LOW/ME Justification
DIUM/HI
GH
C01-P02 L Students do a literature survey while preparing for the seminar

CO1-PO4 M They reach valid conclusions after the literature survey


CO1-PO5 H They understand the limitations of the existing techniques and can use
the engineering techniques to arrive at valid conclusions
CO1-PSO1 M Help to design solutions through a good literature survey.
CO2-PO2 M They review the state of art for reaching at substantiated conclusions.
C02-PO4 H They do a detailed analysis, synthesis of information and provide valid
conclusions.
CO2-P05 L They get knowledge of various tools to solve complex problems.
CO2-PSO1 M By comparing different techniques they can identify ,analyse and design
complex engineering problems .
CO3-PO4 H They do a detailed research in their area of interest which help them to
analyse and synthesis data .
CO3-PS03 M They apply the fundamentals of computer science in their area of
interest.
CO4- PO10 H Seminar presentations help them to develop public speaking skills
CO5-PO10 H Writing seminar report help them to develop technical report writing
skills.

WEB SOURCE REFERENCES:


1 ieee.org
2 dl.acm.org
3 Elsevier

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4 Springer

DELIVERY/INSTRUCTIONAL METHODOLOGIES:
2. CHALK & STUD. ASSIGNMENT 3. WEB
TALK RESOURCES
LCD/SMART 1. STUD. ADD-ON COURSES
BOARDS SEMINARS

ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES-DIRECT
STUD. TESTS/MODEL UNIV.
ASSIGNMENTS SEMINAR EXAMS EXAMINATION
S
STUD. LAB STUD. MINI/MAJOR
PRACTICES VIVA PROJECTS CERTIFICATIONS
ADD-ON
COURSES OTHERS

ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES-INDIRECT
ASSESSMENT OF COURSE OUTCOMES (BY STUDENT FEEDBACK ON FACULTY
FEEDBACK, ONCE) (TWICE)
ASSESSMENT OF MINI/MAJOR OTHERS
PROJECTS BY EXT. EXPERTS

Prepared by , Approved by
Divya James (HOD)

IT010 709 Seminar


SEMINAR SCHEDULE

Group No Date Name Seminar Guide/Co-guide

Divya James / Sherly K K


1 22/08/2016 Aishwarya V

1 22/08/2016 Christine Roy

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Group No Date Name Seminar Guide/Co-guide

1 22/10/2016 Najla Siraj

Preetha K G / Bency Wilson


2 1/10/2016 Anoop Jose

2 1/10/2016 Hanan Manaf


2 1/10/2016 Hridya Das

2 1/10/2016 Sreelakshmi K U

Abey Abraham / Chinchu Krishna S


3 27/08/2016 Aishwarya T

3 27/08/2016 Alina Poly

3 29/08/2016 Anju George

Saritha S / Divya James


4 12/08/2016 Christeena Vincent

4 27/08/2016 Nahnas Nasar

4 11/08/2016 Shilpa George

4 11/08/2016 Zia Zacharia Cheeran

Anju Elezabath Jisha G / Mujeebudheen Khan


5 27/08/2016
Johnson

5 27/08/2016 Gopika S
5 27/08/2016 Haritha M

5 Jincy George
27/08/2016

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Group No Date Name Seminar Guide/Co-guide

Bibitta Elizabeth Sherly K K / Lakshmi K S


6 29/09/2016
Benny

6 29/08/2016 Elza M Kovoor

6 29/09/2016 Githanjali Sarath

6 29/09/2016 Samyuktha S Pai

Divya James / Nikhila T Bhuvan


7 05/09/2016 Aadil Abdul Rasheed

7 05/09/2016 Adil Antony

7 05/09/2016 Paul Joe George

7 05/09/2016 Prashob Joseph

8 17/10/2016 Akhil Xavier Abey Abraham / Nikhila T Bhuvan

8 17/10/2016 Deena Sudheendran

8 17/10/2016 Maalu Pascal

8 17/10/2016 Reettu Taitus K

Kuttyamma A J /Jisha G
9 08/08/2016 Akkshay Lawrence

9 08/08/2016 Mazahir B Haroon

9 22/08/2016 Sachin Narendran

10 07/10/2016 Edwin Antony Jisha G / Mary John

10 07/10/2016 Isabel Johnson

10 07/10/2016 Jijo James

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Group No Date Name Seminar Guide/Co-guide

10 07/10/2016 Sanal Sunny


Nikhila T Bhuvan / Divya James
11 15/10/2016 Alvin Jose

11 15/10/2016 Jose Joseph

11 15/10/2016 Sibin Xavier

11 15/10/2016 Vysakh S
Mathews Abraham / Sherly K K
12 05/09/2016 Atheena Hermit

Keerthana
12 05/09/2016
Ramachandran

12 05/09/2016 Reshma Joseph

Sherly K K / Saritha S
13 22/8/2016 Ardra Premkumar

Blessy Merin
13 12/08/2016
Varughese

13 22/08/2016 Merline Susan Joseph

13 22/8/2016 Preethi Elsa Thomas

Mathews Abraham / Chinchu


14 30/09/2016 Aditi Narayan Krishna S

14 30/09/2016 Liya Isaac

14 30/09/2016 Merin John

Chinchu Krishna S / Binu A


15 19/09/2016 Abhishek V

15 19/09/2016 Denis Karedan

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Group No Date Name Seminar Guide/Co-guide

15 19/09/2016 Rishil Shaji

15 19/09/2016 Vinay V

Lakshmi K S / Sherly K K
16 03/10/2016 Antony Kurian

16 03/10/2016 Aseel V N

Joseph James
16 03/10/2016
Kannampuzha

16 03/10/2016 Sarath Chandran P

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IT010 710
Project

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COURSE INFORMATION SHEET

PROGRAMME: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEGREE: BTECH


COURSE: PROJECT SEMESTER: 8 CREDITS: 4
COURSE CODE: IT010 710 COURSE TYPE: CORE
REGULATION: 2010
COURSE AREA/DOMAIN: SOFTWARE DESIGN CONTACT HOURS: 6 lab hours.
CORRESPONDING LAB COURSE CODE (IF ANY): LAB COURSE NAME: MAIN PROJECT
NIL

SYLLABUS : - NA

COURSE PRE-REQUISITES:
C.COD COURSE NAME DESCRIPTION SE
E M
Software Engineering
Object Oriented Modelling and
Design

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
1 To challenge the students to come up with intellectual and innovative abilities.

2 To give the students an opportunity to synthesize and apply the knowledge and analytical skills
learned in the different disciplines.

COURSE OUTCOMES:
SN DESCRIPTION
O
1 Graduates will be able to identify and define problems in the area of Computer science
2 Graduates will be able to explain and illustrate their practical skills needed to understand
and modify problems related to programming and designing.
3 Graduates will get a chance to apply current technologies , create systems and solve
problems

4 Graduates will get opportunities to practice as teams on multidisciplinary projects with


effective writing and communication skills.

CO-PO AND CO-PSO MAPPING

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PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PO PSO PSO PSO


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3
C710.1 2 3 - - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 3 _
C710.2 3 - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 3 _
C710.3 2 - 3 3 _ _ _ _ _ _ 3 3 2
C710.4 _ - _ _ _ 3 3 2 _

JUSTIFATIONS FOR CO-PO MAPPING

Mapping LOW/MEDIUM/H Justification


IGH
C710.1-PO1 M As they could just apply the knowledge to identify different
types of problems
C710.1-PO2 H Students could define the problem through detailed
literature survey
C710.1-PSO1 H Through literature survey they understand the current state
of the art

C710.2-PO3 H Students will be able to understand the design and working


of various existing systems
C710.2- PSO1 H Understand the implementation level details of various
methods to solve a problem
C710.3-PO1 M Students will be able to classify different types of methods to
solve a problem
C710.3- PO5 H As they will be able to carry out experiments and analyse
their results
C710.3 - PO6 H As they could develop multi disciplinary projects which
benefits society
C710.3-PSO1 H As could understand the latest technologies available

C710.3-PSO2 H Students acquire competency in modifying existing methods


to solve problems
C710.3-PS03 M Students develop products which help society.
C710.4-P09 H Students do project in teams and this help them to develop as
an individual and as a member of the team
C710.4-P10 H Students make technical reports and presentations which
improve their communication enability to their society.
C710.4-P11 M Students apply their knowledge in engineering and
management to develop multidisciplinary products .

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CHALK & TALK STUD. WEB RESOURCES
ASSIGNMENT
LCD/SMART STUD. SEMINARS ADD-ON COURSES
BOARDS

ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES-DIRECT
ASSIGNMENTS STUD. SEMINARS TESTS/MODEL UNIV.
EXAMS EXAMINATION
STUD. LAB STUD. VIVA MINI/MAJOR CERTIFICATIONS
PRACTICES PROJECTS
ADD-ON COURSES OTHERS

ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGIES-INDIRECT
ASSESSMENT OF COURSE OUTCOMES (BY STUDENT FEEDBACK ON FACULTY
FEEDBACK)
ASSESSMENT OF MINI/MAJOR PROJECTS BY OTHERS
EXT. EXPERTS

Prepared by Approved by
Divya James

Binu A
(HOD)
IT 010 710 MAIN PROJECT DESIGN SCHEDULE

Sl. No. Date Activity


1 23rd August Topic Finalization
2 30th September Project Proposal
3 7th October Draft copy of preliminary report

4 14-17 October Preliminary Presentation to project guide/co-guide


and submission of preliminary report

5 28th October Draft design report and ppt

6 31st October Design Presentation

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