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ANNA UNIVERSITY :: CHENNAI


600 025

DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY

(8 SEMESTER PROGRAMME)

BRANCH: B.TECH. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

LIST OF ELECTIVE COURSES


VII SEMESTER

Code No.

Course Title

L

T

P

M

IF021

Resource Management

Techniques

3

0

0

100

IF022

IT in Indian Languages

3

0

0

100

IF023

ADHOC

Networks

3

0

0

100

IF027

Medical Informatics

3

0

0

100

IF028

Web Based
Enterprise Application Development


3

0

0

100

IF029

Overview of Domain Knowledge

3

0

0

100

IF030

Software Agents

3

0

0

100

IF031

Bio Informatics

3

0

0

100

IF032

Distributed Computing

3

0

0

100

IF033

Fault Tolerant Systems

3

0

0

100

IF034

Decision Support Systems

3

0

0

100

IF035

Management Information System

3

0

0

100

IF037

Image Processing

3

0

0

100

IF038

Artificial Intelligence

3

0

0

100

IF042

Soft Computing

3

0

0

100

HS053

Communication Skills for Engine
ers

2

0

2

100

GE037

Intellectual Property Right (IPR)

3

0

0

100







VIII SEMESTER

IF024

Wireless Application Protocol

3

0

0

100

IF025

Blue Tooth Technology

3

0

0

100

IF026

Optical Computing

3

0

0

100

IF036

Natural Language Processing

3

0

0

100

IF039

Enterprise Resource Planning

3

0

0

100

IF040

Data Mining and W
arehousing

3

0

0

100

IF041

Parallel Processing

3

0

0

100

IF043

Electronic Commerce

3

0

0

100

IF044

Financial Accounting

3

0

0

100

IF045

Satellit
e Communication

3

0

0

100

IF046

Optical Communication

3

0

0

100

GE038

Indian Constitution and Society

3

0

0

100








IF 021

RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES


1.

UN
IT


I

Linear programming (LP)
:

Principal components if decision Problem
-

Operation Research (or) Modelling
-
Phases of (or) study
-
LP Formulation
and graphic Solution
-
Resource Allocation Problem. The Simplex Method
-

Sensitivity analysis


Revised simplex M
ethod.

9

2.

UNIT


II

Duality and networks: Definition of dual Problem
-
Primal
-
Dual Relation
ships
-
Dual simplex Methods
-
Post optimality analysis
-
Transportation and
Assignment model Shortest route Problem
-
Maximal Flow Problems.

9

3.

UNIT


III

Integer P
rogramming:
Cutting a plan algorithm
-
Branch and Bound
methods. Multistage (Dynamic) Programming

Solution of LP by
Dynamic Programming.

9

4.

UNIT


IV

Classical Optimisation Theory:

Unconstrained External Problem,
Newton


Ralphson method
-

Equality constr
aints
-
Jacobean Methods
-

Lagrangian Method
-

Kuhn
-
Tucker conditions
-
Simple Problems.

9

5.

UNIT


V

Project Scheduling:

Ne t wo r k Di a g r a m Re p r e s e n t a t i o n


Cr i t i c a l P a t h
me t h o d
-
Ti me c h a r t s a n d r e s o u r c e l e v e l l i n g


P ERT.

9




To t a l = 4 5

Te x t Bo o k

1.

Ta h a H.A., Op e r a t i o n Re s e a r c h

An I n t r o d u c t i o n Ma c mi l l a n P u b l i s h i n g
Co mp a n y, Ne w Yo r k, 3
r d
e d i t i o n. 1 9 8 2.


Re f e r e n c e s

1.

Bi l l e y E Gi l l e t, I n t r o d u c t i o n To Op e r a t i o
n Re s e a r c h


A Co mp u t e r o r i e n t e d
Al g o r i t h m a p p r o a c h, TMH Ne w De l h i
-
1 9 7 9.



IF 022

IT IN INDIAN LANGUGAES


1.

UNIT
-

I

Introduction:

Natural Language Analysis


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2.

UNIT
-

II

Morphology and Parts

of

speech:

Words and morphemes


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3.

UNIT


III

Syntax and Semantics:

Parsing Techniques

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4.

UNIT


IV

Phononlogy and phonetics
: Phones


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5.

UNIT


V

Applications:

Machine Translation


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Text Books

1.

Daniel Jurafsky and James H. Martin “Speech and Language Processing”,
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“Natural Language
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References

1.

Christopher D.Manning, Hinrich Schutze, “Foundations of
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Processing”, MIT Press, 2000.


IF 023

ADHOC NETWORKS



1.

UNIT


I

Introduction:
Model of Operation. symmetric Links. Layer
-
2 Ad Hoc
Solutions. Proactive versus Reactive Protocols. Multicast. Commercial
Applications of Ad Hoc Networking. Conferencing. Home Networking.
Emergency Services. Perso
nal Area Networks and Bluetooth. Embedded
Computing Applications. Technical and Market Factors Affecting Ad Hoc
Networks. Scalability. Power Budget versus Latency. Protocol Deployment
and Incompatible Standards
.


10

2.

UNIT


II

Channel Allocation:

Chan
nel allocation methods


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3.

UNIT


III


DSDV: Destination Sequenced Distance Vector Protocol:


Introduction. Overview of Routing Methods. Link
-
State. Distance
-
Vector.
Destination
-
Sequenced Distance Vect
or Protocol. Protocol Overview.
Route Advertisements. Route Table Entry Structure. Responding to
Topology Changes. Route Selection Criteria. Operating DSDV at Layer 2.
Extending Base Station Coverage. Performance Evaluation using
simulators.


8

4.

UNIT


IV

DSR : Dynamic Source Routing Protocol for Multi hop Wireless


Ad Hoc Networks


A s s u m p t i o n s. D S R P r o t o c o l D e s c r i p t i o n


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5.

U N I T


V


A O D V: A d H o c O n
-
D e m a n d D i s t a n c e
-
V e c t o r P r o t o c o l

A O D V P r o p e r t i e s. U n i c a s t R o u t e E s t a b l i s h m e n t. R o u t e D i s c o v e r y.
E x p a n d i n g R i n g S e a r c h. F o r w a r d P a t h S e t u p. R o u t e M a i n t e n a n c e. L o c a l
C o n n e c t i v i t y M a n a g e m e n t. M u l t i c a s t R o u t e E s t a b l i s h m e n t. R o u t e
D i s c o v e r y. F o r w a r d P a t h S e t u p. M u l t i c a s t R o u t e

A c t i v a t i o n/D e a c t i v a t i o n.
M u l t i c a s t T r e e M a i n t e n a n c e. P e r f o r m a n c e E v a l u a t i o n u s i n g s i m u l a t o r s.

9



T o t a l = 4 5

T e x t B o o k

1.

C h a r l e s E. P e r k i n
s, “ A d H o c N e t w o r k i n g ”, A d d i s o n W e s l e y, D e c e m b e r 2 0 0 0.


R e f e r e n c e s

1.

“ G l o M o S I m U s e r M a n u a l ”,
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2.


Kevin Fall and Kannan Varadhan, “ NS notes and documentat
ion, “ the VINT
project, UC Berkeley, LBL, USC/ISI, and Xerox PARC, May 1998. Worl in
progress

3.

IEEE journal on Selected Areas in Communications, “Special issues on Ad hoc
Networks”, August 1999.

4.

Elizabeth.M.Royer and C.K.Toh, “ A Review of Current
Routing Protocols for
Mobile Ad hoc Networks”, IEEE Personal Communications, April 1999.



IF024

WIRELESS APPLICATION

PROTOCOL


1.

UNIT


I

Mobile Internet:

Introduction, Mobile Data


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9


2.

UNIT


II

Mobile Internet Standard:

Current web technologies for wireless
applications: origin and overview of WAP components of mwap standard:
Network Infrastructure service
s supporting Wap clients Design Principles
Tools and software editors and emulators.


9

3.

UNIT


III

Implementing WAP services:
WML Basics and Document model; content
generation; Binary WML; enhanced WML: WML script: rules of script
standard libraries,

anays: user interface design guidelines.



9

4.

UNIT


IV

Advanced WAP:

Tailoring content to client: Techniques using HTTP 1.1;
WAP Push: Push Access Protocol: Push Technology: MIME media types
for push messages: Proxy gateway; Data base driven WAP: ASP
and WAP,
Object model: Activex data objects (ADO): End
-
to
-
End WAP services:
Security domains: linking WAP and internet.


9

5.

UNIT


V

Wireless Telephony Applications:

WTA architecture: client Framework:
Server and security: Design considerations Applicat
ion creation Toolbox;
WTA enhancements; Technology; Bluetooth and voice XML, Telematics
inter connectivity.

9


Total = 45

References

1.

WAP: Writing Appli
cations for mobile internet, Sandeep Signal et al. Pearson
Education, 2001.

2.

WAP: A beginner’s Guide: Data BulBrook Tata McGraw Hill PCL, 2001.





IF 025

BLUE TOOTH TECHNOLOG
Y


1.

UNIT


I

Basic Concepts:

Origin, Blue tooth SIG, Protocol Stack, Sec
urity,
applications and Profiles, Management, Test and qualification Technology
Basics. RF and IR Wireless Communication
.


9

2.

UNIT


II

Bluetooth Module:
Antennas Patterns, Gain and losses; Types of antennas:
on chip antennas Radio interface: FH, Modula
tion, symbol timing, power
emission and control, Performance Parameters, RF architecture, Blur RF,
Base band:
-

Blue tooth Device address system Timing ,Physical links ,
Packet, structuring types and construction, channel coding and time base
synchronizatio
n.


9

3.

UNIT


III

Link controller and management:

LCP, controller states, Pico net and
scattered operations, Master/Slave Role switching LC Architectural
Overview, LMC< Link set up, Quality of service, LMP version, Name
Represent, Test Mode.



9

4.

UNIT


IV

Bluetooth host:

L LC and adaptation Protocol L2cap signalling:
Connections: Blue Tooth profiles; Version 1.0; Generic Profiles, Serial and
Object exchange.


9

5.

UNIT


V

Security
: Encryption and security Key generation, security Modes and
archi
tecture, Low power Operation and QOS Management.

9


Total = 45

References

1.

Blue tooth Connect without cables Jennifer Bray and c.f. stuntman Pearson
Edu
cation 2001.

2.

Blue Tooth Reveeled: Brent A. Miller and C.Bisdikian, Pearson Education
2001.

3.

Bluetooth Demystified Nathan J.Miller Tata Mc Graw Hill 2001.













IF 026


OPTICAL COMPUTING


1.

UNIT


I

Geometrical and physical Optics:

Im
ages
-
Linear superposition
Convolution and correlation.2D FT covariate transformation
-
Magnification
and Rotation Transform
-
Types; Properties of light, Polarization lasers and
Combination coherence and Interface differentiation Polarities and types.


9

2.

UNIT


II

Spatial filtering and spectrum analysis:

Filter, types, spatial multiplexes,
-

Image and Matched

Spatial filtering Signal Processing Synthetic aperture
radar: Feature extraction in Pattern recognition OSA:
-
Time and Space
Interfacing techniques.
Spectrum analysis Incoherent and coherent optical
co relators.


9

3.

UNIT


III

Sources, Detectors and SLM:

LEDs and LDs; Arrays detectors, Linear
and Matrix arrays Integrating Sphere and wedge detectors, A0 Brags Cells,
Liquid Crystal, Magneto
-
Optic and
Types of SLMs.


9

4.

UNIT


IV

Principles and computing elements:

Non Von
-
Newman Architecture,
form of parallel Processing, Holographic Te
chniques, Optical Shortage
Devices, β switches: Inter geometric Logic elements for Boolean functions,
matrix Multiplications.



9

5.

UNIT


V

Analog and Digital Optical Computing:

B
asics of linear optical
Processing; Recognition Devices, shanon casting, S
ymbolic substitution
Optical Matrix Processing.

9



Total = 45

References

1.

Optical signal Processing by Vanderlugnt John willy & sons NY 1992.

2.

Optic
al Computing An Introduction. A. Karim Mohammed JW, NY, 1992

3.

Signal Processing in Optics Bradly G Boore Oxford University Press 1998

4.

Optical Computing Architecture: Application of Optical Concepts To next
Generation ComputersMc Alastair.D, JW, NY,
1991.



IF 027

MEDICAL INFORMATICS

1.

UNIT


I

Medical Database Implementation:

Medical data acquisition and
database systems


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V

2.

UNIT


II

Visual Basic:
Visual programming concepts


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V

3.

UNIT


III

Computers In System Design:

Hospital informa
tion system its design and
functional characteristics


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4.

UNIT


IV

Multimedia And Virtual Reality Applied To Medicine:
Basic con
cepts
of multimedia


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5.

UNIT


V

Computers In Medical Research:
Physiological system modelling and
simulation


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Total = 45

Text Book

1.

R.D.Lele, “Computers in Medicine”, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1997.

References

1.

Tay Vaughan, “Multimedia making in work”, Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi,
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“Teach yourself Visual Basic 6 in 21 days”, Techmedia, New
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Harold Sackman, “Biomedical Information Technology”, Academic press,
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Mary Brth Fecko, “Electronics resources: Access and Issues”, Bowker and
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IF 028

WEB BASED ENTERPRISE

APPLICATION DEVELOPM
ENT

1.

UNIT


I

Introduction:
Web design


Client Side Programming


Server Side
Programming


Deployment Tools


E
-
Business models


Security models.


9

2.

UNIT


II

Enterprise Application developm
ent environment

:
Web servers


Server Administration


IDL


Database Connectivity


Web Application
architecture


Distributed Web Applications


Remote method Invocation


Web Customization


Mark Up Languages
.


9

3.

UNIT


III

Component Models:
Applic
ation Server


Beans


Introduction to
Enterprise Java Beans


EJB access bean


EJB Client


EJB Deployment


EJB transactional issues


Distributed Component models
-

Clustering and
work load management


EJB Security.



9

4.

UNIT


IV

E
-
Business A
pplications:
E
-
Business Frame Work


E
-
Business Cycle


E
-
Commerce Strategies


E
-
Business Architectures


Stored Procedures


SQL Procedures


Electronic Payment Services
-

Shopping Functions.


9

5.

UNIT


V

Real Time Applications:
Role of scripting lang
uages


Shopping Cart


Home Banking Applications


Design and Implementation


Fire Wall


Business models


Tools usage
.

9


Total = 45


References:


1.

Ed R
oman, “Mastering EJB and the Java 2 Platform Enterprise edition”, John
Wiley and Sons.

2.

Stepehen Aubury, Scott R.Weiner, “Developing Java Enterprise Applications”,
Wiley Computer publishing, 1999.

3.

“Professional Java Server Programming”, Wrox Press Ltd.

4.

D
aniel J. Berg, J. Steven Fritzinger, “Advanced Java Techniques for Java
Developers”, John Wiley and Sons, Revised Edition.

5.

Rickard Oberg, “Mastering RMI: Developing Enterprise Applications in Java and
EJB”, John Wiley and Sons, Book and CDROM edition 2001
.

6.

Harold, Elliote Rusty Harold, “XML Bible”, 2
nd

Edition Hungry Minds, Inc.

7.

Paul Wilton, “Beginning Java Script”, Wrox Press, Inc., Revised Edition.

8.

Alex Homer, “Professional ASP 3.0”, Wrox Press, Inc.


9. “Professional Java Server Programming”,

Wrox Press Ltd.







IF 029


OVERVIEW OF DOMAIN KNOWLEDGE




1.

Introduction to domain knowledge areas





6

Domain / vertical knowledge, overview of basic issues relating to domains / vertical
knowledge. Issues, key differences.


2.

Insight to variou
s domain areas






8

Healthcare, Insurance, retail resource management telecommunication financial
services


3.

Understanding problem spaces






10

Different kinds of vertical/domains, Different kinds of problems require different
kinds of solutions, Pr
oblem types and problem frame
-

The idea of problem/type
frames, Classical Problem frames, need to combine multiple frames to solve real
problems, case study
-

A real life example to illustrate these idea.


4.

Classical problem areas







10

Common taxon
omies and patterns, detailed look at specific trends in preform first,
later heterogenous systems, distinguishing characteristics and specializations.
Heuristics Optimization for choosing a solutions implementation techniques formal
models and analysis Cas
e studies.


5.

Techniques









8

Supporting the architectural design task issues, Notation for representing problems
designs. Techniques for choosing a good approach/representation Techniques for
analysing these representation tools for carrying out t
hese analysis and for guiding
choice of solution, making an effective presentation on the solution incorporating
technology in to these activities, Coping with heterogeneity mismatch legacy,
evolution in the domain verticals. Architectural mismatch and tec
hniques for solving
it reverse engineering
-

modifiability analysis. Other techniques.


6.

Advantages of gaining domain knowledge





3



Requirement of the industry Gaining multiskills












Total = 45

REFERENCES :

1.

LOMA FLMI certification readin
g Materials, New York, 2001.

2.

HIPAA Health insurance portability and accountability Act of America, certification
feading materials, 2001.









IF030 Software Agents










1
.

Agents


Overview








9

Agent definition


agent programming p
aradigms


Agents Vs objects


aglets


mobile agents


agent frame works


agent reasoning



2.

Java Agents









9

Processes


threads


daemons


components


Java Beans


ActiveX


Sockets,
RPCs


distributed computing


aglets programming


Jini ar
chitecture


actors and
agents


typed and proactive messages



3.

Multi Agent Systems








9

Interaction between agents


reactive agents


cognitive agents


interaction protocols


agent coordination


agent negotiation


agent cooperation


agent or
ganization


self

interested agents in electronic commerce applications



4.

Intelligent Software Agents







9

Interface Agents


Agent Communication Languages


Agent Knowledge
Representation


Agent Adaptability


Belief Desire Intension


Mobile Age
nt
Applications



5.

Agents and Security








9

Agent Security Issues


Mobile Agents Security


Protecting Agents Malicious Hosts


Un trusted Agents


Black box Security


Authentication for Agents


Security
issues for Aglets.

Total
-

45


References:

1.

Constructing intelligent agents with Java, Bigus & Bigus, Wiley.

2.

Software Agents, Bradshaw, MIT Press, 2000

3.

Artificial Intelligence: a modern approach, Russel & Novirg, Prentice Hall

4.

Intelligent Software Agents, Richard Murch, Tony Johnson, Prentice Ha
ll, 2000.



















IF031 BIO
-

INFORMATICS






1.



Coding









7


Common health care language
-

coding techniques


coded and quasi coded data


Medical vocabulary


industry wide communication standards HL7


unified medical
lang
uage system


quality of care paradigms, risk management bioethics.



2.


Information networks







7


Internet


facilities used in the internet web browsers STTP 5, HTTP, HTML, URL


European molecular biology network


national centre for bio
-

techn
ology
information.



3.



Patient record maintenance







7


Electronic patient record


models or ERP


environmental services


metrics


telemedicine


community networks


telemedicine peripherals and equipment
selection


anatomy of video conferen
cing technology.



4.


Protein information resources.






6

Biological data basics


primary secondary data basics


protein pattern data basics


DNA sequences data basics
-

DNA analysis
-

Genes structure and DNA sequences


interpretation of EST stru
ctures


different approach to EST analysis.



5.

Alignment technics.








6

Data base searching
-

comparison of two sequences


identity and similarity


global and global similarity


global and local alignment
-

multiple sequence
alignment


data

basis of multiple alignment


secondary data base.



6.

Expert system








6

Principles of expert system


statistical decision trees


integration of decision support
in clinical processors.



1.

Knowledge in a course







6

Genome project











T
otal= 45

References

1.

T.K. Attwood and D.J Perry


Smith, Introduction to Bio
-
Informatics, Long man,
Essex.1999.

2.

Coiera E, Guide to medical informatics, The internet and telemedicine, Chajsman &
Hall medical, London 1997.

3.

Bernser, E.S. Clinical deci
sion support systems, Theory and practice, Springer
-

Verlag, New York, 1999.










IF 032

DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING

1.

UNIT


I

Introduction
-

Goals
-

hardware concepts
-

bus based multiprocessor
-

switched multiprocessor
-

bus based multicomputer
-

switc
hed
multicomputer
-

software concepts
-

network operating systems
-

True
distributed system
-

Multiprocessor time sharing system
-

design issues
-

transparency
-

Flexibility
-

reliability
-

Performance and Scalability


10

2.

UNIT


II

Communication
-
Laye
red Protocols
-

ATM networks
-

Client server model
-

remote procedure call
-

group communication


8

3.

UNIT


III

Synchronization
-
Clock Synchronization
-

Mutual Exclusion
-

Election
Algorithms
-

Atomic transactions
-

Deadlock
-

Threads
-

System models
-

P
rocessor Allocation
-

Scheduling
-

fault tolerance
-

Real time system.


10

4.

UNIT


IV

Distributed file systems Distributed file system design


implementation


file models


fault tolerance


file replication


multimedia.


8

5.

UNIT


V

Distributed s
hared memory
-
consistency models


page based distributed
shared memory
-

shared variable distributed shared memory


Distributed
programming languages


case studies.


9

Total = 45

Text Book

1.

Andrew S.Tanenbaum, “Distributed Operating Systems”, Pears
on Education
Asia, 2001.


References

1.

Mukesh singhal and Niranjan G.Shivaratri, “Advanced concepts in Operating
system, Tata McGraw Hill.

2.

Pradeep.k and Sinha, “Distributed operating systems, PHI, Newdelhi, 2001.













IF033


FAULT TOLERANT S
YSTEMS






1

Introduction









9

Fault Prevention
-
Fault tolerance


anticipated and unanticipated Faults
-

Test
generation for digital systems
-

Combinational logic. Network Boolean difference
method test generation for sequential circuits
-

fault

simulation.



2.

Error Model









9

General coding scheme


Parity checking code
-

arithmetic code


code for computer
memories

checking errors in logical operation


communication coding.



3.

Fault Tolerance








9

Coding technique
-
fault tolerant

self checking and fail safe circuits
-
fault tolerant in
combinatorial and sequential circuits
-

synchronous and asynchronous fail safe
circuits.



4.

Architecture









9

Fault tolerant computers
-

general purpose commercial systems
-
fault tolerant
multip
rocessor and VLSI based communication architecture.



5.

Fault Tolerant Software







9

Design
-
N
-
version programming recovery block
-

acceptance tests
-
fault trees
-

validation of fault tolerant systems.










Total = 45

Text Books

1.

K.K.Pradhan, Fault

Tolerant computing theory and techniques volume III. Prentice
Hall, 1989

2.

Anderson and Lee, Fault Tolerant principles and practice .PH 1989.






















IF034 DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS






1.

Introduction:









9

Introduction
to Decision Support systems
-

DSS characteristics, capabilities and
components of DSS
-

three levels of management
-

requirement for a DSS
-

Types of
Decision support system.



2.

Building DSS:








9

DSS architecture
-

hardware specified frameworks: Tex
t, Database, Rule oriented
DSS
-

DSS development tools
-

DSS development process
-

Implementation stage
-

System conversion
-

DSS implementation issues.



3.

Modeling and Analysis:







9

Types of models
-

Static and dynamic models
-

Mathematical models a
nd
optimisation
-

Multidimensional modelling
-

Visual interactive modelling and visual
interactive simulation
-

Quantitative software packages
-

OLAP
-

Data warehousing,
Access, Analysis, Mining and Visualization.



4.

Enterprise and knowledge management s
upport systems:


9

Collaborative computing technologies: Group support systems
-

Issues of GSS and
collaborative computing, Enterprise decision support systems
-

Knowledge
management: Development, Methods, Technologies and tools, Knowledge
management techn
iques for decision support.



5.

Knowledge Based Decision Support:





9

Overview
-

Rule management
-

Developing an Artificially Intelligent DSS
-

Knowledge based decision support systems for auditing, Financial diagnostics,
resource allocation and strateg
ic planning.










Total = 45

Text Books:

1.

Efrem G.Mallach, "Decision support and data warehousing systems", Irwin McGraw
Hill, 2000.

2.

Efraim, Turban, Jay E.Aronnon, "Decision support systems and Intelligent systems",
Pearson Education Asia, 2001.



References:

1.


Turban E. "Decision support and Expert systems, Management support systems", 4th
edition, Maxwell Macmillan, 1995.

2.

Clyde W.Holsapple, Andrew B.Whinston, "Decision support systems
-

A knowledge
based approach", West publishing company
, 1996.

3.

V.S.Janaki raman and K.Sarukeshi, "Decision support systems", Prentice Hall of India
Pvt. Ltd., 1999.








IF035 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS




1.

Introduction









9

Technology of Information Systems


Concepts


Definition
-

Role and
impact of
MIS
-

Role and importance of management

Approaches to Management
-

Functions
of the manager
-

Management as a control system
-

Database Management Systems
-

Concepts
-

Data Models
-

Database Design
-

MIS & Client Server Architecture.



Process o
f management
-

Planning


Organization


Staffing
-

Co
-
ordination and
Controlling
-

Management by exception
-

MIS as a support to management
-

Organization structure and Theory

Basic Model and Organization structure
-

Organizational Behaviour.





2.

Deci
sion Making and information






9

Decision making concepts
-

Methods


Tools and Procedures
-

Behavioral concepts in
Decision making
-

Organizational Decision Making
-

Information concepts as a
quality Product
-

Classification of the information
-

Metho
ds of Data and information
Collection
-

Value of the information
-

Human as a information Processor
-

Organization and Information System concepts


Control


Types
-

Handling System
Complexity
-

Post Implementation Problems in Systems.



3.

System Analysi
s and Design







9

System analysis and design

Need for system Analysis
-

System Analysis of existing
System
-

New Requirement
-

System Development Model
-

Structured Systems
Analysis and Design
-

Computer System Design
-

Development of MIS
-

Development

of long Range plans of the MIS
-

Ascertaining the class of information
-

Determining the Information Requirement
-

Development and implementation of the
MIS Management of Quality
-

MIS Factors of success and failure.



4.

Decision support systems







9

Deterministic systems


Artificial intelligence


Knowledge Based Expert System


MIS and the role of DSS
-

Enterprise management systems


EMS


Enterprise
Resource Planning (ERP) system


ERP basic features


benefits


selection
-

implementation


EMS

and MIS.



5.

Current Trends








9

Knowledge management


Networks


Internet and Web based Information System


Electronic Commerce


Electronic Business


Commercial applications


Case
Studies.








Total = 45


Text Books



1.

W.S
.Jawadekar, Management Information Systems, Tata McGraw Hill Publishing
Company Limited, 1997.

2.

Kenneth C Landon and Jane P.Laudon, “Management Information Systems “,
Prentice Hall, Sixth edition, 2000

3.


Effy Oz, Management Information S
ystems, Thomson Learning, 2001.



References



1.

Gordon B. Davis and Margerethe H.Olson, Management Information system,
McGraw Hill 1988.

2.

Jerome Karnter, Management Information System, III edition, PHI, 1990.

3.

David Kroenke, Management Information System, T
ata McGraw Hill.1989.

4.

James A O’Brien, Management Information System, Tata McGraw Hill, 1999.





IF036 NATURAL LANGUAGE PROCESSING







1.

Introduction:









6

Introduction
-

Issues and difficulties in NLP


Study of language


Evaluating

Language understanding Systems


the different levels of language


representations


Organization of NLP systems


Linguistic issues


Types of NLP Systems.











2.

Grammars and Parsing:







11

Language Hierarchies and Complexity
-
Grammars and sentence structures


A top
down parser


a bottom up chart parser


top down chart parsing


Finite state models
and morphological analysis and the Lexicon


Grammars and Logic programming


Augmented gra
mmars


A simple grammar with features


Parsing with features


Augmented Transition Networks (ATN)


Definite clause grammars


Efficient
parsers


Shift reduce parsers


A deterministic parsers
-

Lexicalised and Probabilistic
Parsing.



3.

Semantic In
terpretation:








12

Three System types of Semantics and logical forms


Defining semantic structure:
Model theory


Semantic interpretation and composability

A simple grammar and
lexicon with semantic interpretation


Prepositional phrases and ve
rb phrases


Lexicalised semantic interpretation and semantic roles


Semantic networks


Frames
and scripts
-

Truth, Meaning and Ontology


Word Net.








4.

Language Communication:








7


Adding Language
-

Modelling reference


Defining Local
Discourse context and
Discourse entities


The need for discourse structure


Discourse interpretation


Pragmatics.

5.

Typical Systems:








9

Generation


Strategies for generation


Planning English referencing expression
Architecture
of Natural Language Generation System


Typical systems


ELIZA
-

Baseball


GUS


PARRY


LADDER


SOPHIE &POET

Current trends in NLP.















L : 45

Text Books:

1.



James Allen “Natural Language Understanding”, Benjamin / Cummings
Publishing
Co., 1995.

2.



Ronald Hausser “ Foundations of Computational Linguistics”, Springer
-
Verleg, 1999.


References:

1.



Gerald Gazer and Chris Mellish, “Natural Language Processing for PROLOG
programmers”


PHI

1995.

2.



Ashkar Bha
rathi, Vineet chaitanya and Rajeev Sangal, “Natural Language Processing


a Paining Perspective”

PHI
-
1995.

3.



Ralph Grishman, “Computational Linguistics


an introduction”, Cambridge
university press


1986.

4.



Gros, Jones and Webber, “Readi
ngs in Natural Language Processing”, Morgan
Konfmann publishers, 1986.

5.



Popov, “talking with computers in Natural Language”
-

Springer


Verlag


1986.

6.



E.Reiter and Robert Date “Building Natural Language Generation Systems”
Cambridge Unive
rsity Press, 2000.









































IF037 IMAGE PROCESSING






1.

Digital Image Fundamentals






9

Digital image


applications of digital image processing


elements of digital image
processing systems


vidicon camera


line

scan CCD sensor


area sensor


flash
A/D converter


display


elements of visual perception


structure of the human eye


luminance


brightness


contrast


mach band effect


image fidelity criteria


colour models


RGB, CMY, HIS mathematical prelim
inaries of 2D systems


convolution


Fourier transform


ZS transform


toeplitz and circulant matrices


orthogonal and unitary matrices.



2.

Image Transform








9

Properties of unitary transform


2D DFT
-

DCT
-

DST
-

Discrete wavelet transform


Discr
ete Hadamard


Walsh


Hotelling transform


SVD transform


Slant, Haar
transforms.



3.

Image Enhancement And Restoration





9

Contrast stretching


intensity level slicing


Histogram equalization


spatial
averaging


directional smoothing


Median f
iltering


non linear filters


maximum,
minimum, geometric mean, Harmonic mean contra
-
harmonic mean, Lp mean filters


edge detection


Roberts, Sobel, Isotropic, Kinsch, Campass gradient, Laplacian
operators
-

Degradation model


unconstrained and constra
ined restoration


inverse
filtering


removal of blur caused by uniform linear motion


Wiener filtering


geometric transformations for image restoration.




4.

Image Compression








9

Huffman coding


truncated Huffman coding


B2, binary codes, arit
hmetic coding


bit plane coding


contrast area coding


Run length encoding


transform coding
JPEG and MPEG coding schemes.



5.

Image Segmentation








9

Pixel based approach


feature threshold


choice of feature
-

optimum threshold
-

thresho
ld selection methods


region based approach


region growing


region
splitting

region merging, split and merge.









Total = 45


Text Books

1.


Gonzalez,R.C and Woods,R.E, Digital image processing Addition


Wesley,


2000.


2.

Anil.K.Jain Fundamentals of digital image processing, PHI, 1997.

3.

Umbaugh,S.E Computer vision and image processing, Prentice Hall International,
Inc,1998.

4.

William. K. Pratt, Digital image processing. Wiley Interscience, 2000.








IF038 ART
IFICIAL INTELLIGENCE








1.

Introduction


9

Introduction
-

Foundation and history of AI. AI Problems and techniques
-

AI
programming languages


Introduction to LISP and

PROLOG


Problem spaces and
searches
-
Blind search strategies; Breadth first
-

Depth first

Heuristic search
techniques Hill climbing
-

Best first


A* algorithm AO* algorithm


game trees
-

Minimax algorithm


Game playing


Alpha beta pruning.



2.

Kno
wledge Representation







9


Knowledge representation issues


Predicate logic


logic programming


Sematic
nets
-

Frames and inheritance
-

constraint propagation

Representing Knowledge
using rules


Rules based deduction system.



3.

Reasoning Under

Uncertainty.

9

Introduction to uncertain knowledge review of probability


Bye’s Probabilistic
inferences and Dempster Shafer theory

Heuristic methods


Symbolic reasoning
under uncertainty
-

Statist
ical reasoning


Fuzzy reasoning


Temporal reasoning
-

Non
monotonic reasoning.



4.

Planning and Learning


9

Planning
-

Introduction, Planning in situational calculus
-

Represent
ation for planning


Partial order planning algorithm
-

Learning from examples
-

Discovery as learning


Learning by analogy


Explanation based learning


Neural nets


Genetic
Algorithms.



5.

Applications



9

Principles of Natural Language Processing Rule Based Systems Architecture
-

Expert
systems
-

Knowledge acquisition concepts


AI application to robotics


Current
trends in Intelligent Systems.











Total = 45

Text Bo
oks.

1.

Elain Rich and Kevin Knight,” Artificial Intelligence”, Tata McGraw


Hill
Publishing Company Limited, New Delhi, 1995.

2.

Stuart Russel and Peter Norvig, Artificial Intelligence


A Modern Approach,
Prentice Hall, 1995.

3.

Patrick Henry Winston,” Artific
ial Intelligence”, Addison Wesley, Third edition,
2000.



References


1. George F Luger, Artificial Intelligence, Pearson Education, 4
th

edition, 2001.


2.

Engene Charniak and Drew Mc Dermott,” Introduction to Artificial
intell
igence Addison Wesley 2000.


3.

Nils J. Nilsson, ”Principles of Artificial Intelligence“, Narosa Publishing

House, 2000.

4.

Dan W. Patterson, ”Introduction to Artificial Intelligence and Expert systems”,
Prentice hall of India p
rivate limited, 1992.

5.

Robert J Schalkoff, Artificial Intelligence


An Engineering Approach, McGraw Hill
International Edition, 1990.


IF039 Enterprise Resource Planning







1.

Introduction To ERP







9

Integrated Management Information

Seamless Integration
-
Supply Chain Management
-

Integrated Data Model
-

Benefits Of Erp
-
Business Engineering And ERP
-

Definition
Of Business Engineering
-

Principle of business engineering
-

Business engineering
with information technology.



2.

Businesss Mod
elling For ERP






9

Building The Business model
-

ERP implementation


an Overview


Role Of
Consultant, Vendors and Users, Customisation
-

Precautions
-

ERP Post
implementation options ERP Implementation Technology


Guidelines for ERP
Implementation.



3.

ERP and The Competitive Advantage





9

ERP domain MPGPRO


IFS/Avalon
-

Industrial and financial systems
-

Baan IV SAP


Market Dynamics and dynamic strategy.



4.

Commercial ERP Package









9

Description


Multi
-

client server solution
-

Ope
n technology
-

User Interface
-
Application Integration.



5.

Architecture









9

Basic architectural Concepts
-

The system control interfaces
-

Services
-
Presentation
interface


Database Interface.


Total=45



Text Books

1.

Vinod Kumar Garg and N.K
.Venkita Krishnan, Enterprise Resource Planning
-

Concepts and Practice, PHI, 1998.



References

1.

Jose Antonio Fernandz, The SAP R/3 Handbook, Tmh,1998.







IF040

DATA MINING AND WAREHOUSING


1.

Introduction









9

Definitions


Taxonomy of data min
ing tasks
-

Steps in data mining process

Overview of data mining techniques.



2.

Predictive modelling








9

Predictive modelling


Classification


Decision trees


Patterns


Association rules


Algorithms



3.

Other approaches








9

Visualization



Statistical perspective


Clustering


Regression analysis


Time
series analysis


Bayesian learning


Inductive logic programming.



4.

Data warehousing








9

Design


Dimensional modelling


meta data


Performance issues and indexing


VLDB issue
s


Development life cycle


Merits.



5.

Applications









9


Tools


Applications


Case studies.









Total = 45

REFERENCES

1.

Jiawei Han, Micheline Kamber, Data Mining : Concepts and Techniques, Motgan
Kaufmann Publishers, 2000.

2.

Usama M.Fayyad, Gre
gory Piatetsky


Shapiro, Padhrai Smyth and Ramasamy
Uthurusamy, Advances in knowledge discover and data mining, The M.I.T. press,
1996.

3.

Ralph Kimball, The data warehouse life cycle toolkit, John Wiley & sons Inc., 1998.

4.

Sean Kelly, Data warehousing in a
ction, John wiley & sons, 1997.

5.

Alex Berson, Stephen Smith, Kurt Thearling, Building Data mining Applications for
CRM, Tata McGraw Hill, 2000.

6.

Sam Anahory, Dennis Murrary, Data warehousing in the real world, Addition Wesley,
1997.
















IF 0
41

PARALLEL PROCESSING

1.

UNIT


I

Parallel Computer Models: Multiprocessors and Multi computers


Multi
vector and SIMD Computers
-

PRAM and VLSI models
-

Program and
Network properties: Program Flow Mechanism
-

System Interconnection
Architectures
-

Par
allel processing Applications
-

speedup performance.


10

2.

UNIT


II

Hardware Technologies: Processor and Memory Hierarchy: Advanced
processor Technology


Super scalar and Vector Processors
-

Memory
Hierarchy Technology
-

Virtual Memory Technology

Bus
, Cache and
Shared Memory organizations.



8

3.

UNIT


III

Processor Development Techniques: Linear Pipeline Processors
-

Non
-
linear pipeline processors
-

Instruction pipeline Design: Instruction
Execution Phases, Mechanism for Instruction pipelining, dyn
amic
instruction scheduling
-

Arithmetic pipeline design: Computer Arithmetic
principles, Multifunctional Arithmetic pipelines


Super scalar and super
pipeline design.


8

4.

UNIT


IV

Parallel and Scalable Architectures: Multiprocessor system interconnec
ts
-

Cache coherence and synchronization mechanisms: The Cache Coherence
Problem, Snoopy Bus Protocols, Directory
-

based protocols
-

Message
-

passing mechanisms
-

multi vector multiprocessors: compound vector
processing
-

SIMD computer organizations
-

Pr
inciples of multithreading
-

Fine
-
grain multi computers
-

Scalable and multithreaded Architectures.


10

5.

UNIT


V

Parallel Programming Software: Parallel programming models
-

parallel
languages and compliers
-

dependence analysis of data arrays
-

code
o
ptimization and scheduling
-

parallel programming environments
-

multiprocessor UNIX design goals
-

master
-
slave and multithreaded
UNIX
-

multicomputer UNIX extensions.

9



Total = 45

TEXT

1.

Kai Hwang, "Advanced Computer Architecture
-

Parallelism, Scalability,
Programmability", McGraw Hill, 1993.


REFERENCES

1.

Kai Hwang and Faye A Briggs, "Computer Architecture and Parallel
Processing", McGraw Hill, 198
5.



IF042 SOFT COMPUTING







1.

Neuro
-
fuzzy and soft computing








9

Introduction to fuzzy sets
-

Fuzzy rules and fuzzy reasoning and inference
-

system
identification
-

several methods
-

optimisation techniques
-

derivative
-

based and free
optimisation.



2.

Neural network








9

Network inputs and outputs
-

feed back inter connections and network stability
-

feed
forward networks
-

adaptive networks
-

supervised learning neural networks
-

self
organizing maps
-

adaptive res
onance architectures
-

radial basis networks.



3.

Fuzzy system design








9

Compositional rules of inference in fuzzy system
-

Defuzzification strategies neural
components of a fuzzy system
-

fuzzy neural network controllers
-

Adaptive
-

networks base
d fuzzy inference system.



4.

Advanced Neuro
-

Fuzzy modelling





9

Classification and regression tests
-

date clustering techniques and algorithms
-

rule
base structure identification.



5.

Artificial Neural Networks Hardware





9

Implementation issu
es
-

evaluation of neural network architectures
-

hardware
realization
-

VLSI approach
-

Optical techniques.














Total = 45

REFERENCES:



1.

Jyh
-
shing Roger Jang, Chnesy
-
Tsai sur, Eiji Miziltazi, "Neuro Fuzzy and Soft
computing: A Computational

approach to learning and machine intelligence",




PHI, 1998.

2.

Robert J Schalkff, "Artificial neural networks", McGraw
-
Hill, 1997.

3.

Timothy J. Rass, " Fuzzy logic with Engineering application", McGraw Hill, 1997.








IF043 ELECTRONIC COMMERCE




1.

Introduction









6

Traditional commerce and E commerce


Internet and WWW


role of WWW


value
chains


strategic business and Industry value chains


role of E commerce.



2.

Infrastructure For E Commerce






12

Packet switched netwo
rks


TCP/IP protocol script


Internet utility programmes


SGML, HTML and XML


web client and servers


Web client/server architecture


intranet and extranets.



3.

Web Based Tools For E Commerce





9

Web server


performance evaluation
-

web server s
oftware feature sets


web server
software and tools


web protocol


search engines


intelligent agents

EC software


web hosting


cost analysis




4.

Security









9

Computer security classification


copy right and Intellectual property


ele
ctronic
commerce threats


protecting client computers


electronic payment systems


electronic cash


strategies for marketing


sales and primition


cryptography


anchenotication.



5.

Intelligent Agents








9

Definition and capabilities


limitati
on of agents


security


web based marketing


search engines and Directory registration


online advertisements


Portables and info
mechanics


website design issues.









Total = 45


TEXT BOOKS


1.


Gary P Schneider Electronic commerce T
homson learning &James T Peny




Cambridge USA, 2001.


2.


Manlyn Greenstein and Miklos v Electronic commerce McGraw
-
Hill,


2002.




REFERENCES


1.


Efraim Turvan J.Lee, David kug and chung, Electronic co
mmerce Pearson




education Asia 2001.


2.

Brenda Kienew E commerce Business Prentice Hall, 2001.










IF044 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING








1.

Financial Accounting:







11

Balance Sheet
-
Profit and loss Statement
-
Financial Ra
tio Analysis
-
Cash flow and fund
flow Statements
-
Working capital Management
-
Inventory valuation and inventory
management
-
Depreciation accounting
-
Use of computers in Financial accounting.



2.

Cost Accounting:








11

Cost accounting systems
-
Overhead Alloc
ation
-
Standard costing
-
Variance analysis
-

other costs methods


Use of computers in cost accounting.



3.

Budgeting:









11

Fixed and flexible Budgets


profit Budgeting


Zero based budgeting


Use of
computers in budgeting.



4.

Financial Management
:







12

Capital market


Investment
-
Capital budgeting
-

Technique of investment analysis
-

Simulation and Investment decision. Financing Decision
-

Cost of capital

Capital
structure
-

Leverage
-
Divedend
-
apolicy
-
Leasing
-

Use of Computer in financial
manageme
nt.



References:

1.

Bhattacharya S.K. and John Deardon. Accounting for Management, Texas and cases.
Vikas Publishing House, New Delhi, 1984.



2.

Charles Horngren T., Introduction to Management Accounting, PHI, 1983.



3.

J.Van Horne c., Fundamentals of
Financial Management


Theory and practice, Tata
McGraw
-
Hill, 1990.




















IF045 SATELLITE COMMUNICATION







1.



BASIC CONCEPTS:





8

Geo synchronous Orbit, Kepler’s laws, Ne
wton’s law, Orbital parameters, Orbital
perturbations, Frequency allocations, sun outage, launching missions, Types of
Rockets, Rocket launching, Different orbits. LEO (Low earth orbit), MEO (Medium
earth orbit), HEO (Highly elliptical orbit).



2.



SPACE SEGMENT:





7

Subsystems: Attitude control. Station keeping, Telemetry Tracking and Command,
Transponder, Antenna subsystem, Space link equation, EIRP, Path Loss, Link power
budget, Satell
ite Up and Down link, Noise Temperature, System noise.



3.

MULIPLEXING AND MULTIPLE ACCESS:


9



FDM Telephony, FM, Video, TDMA data, FDMA
-
TDMA
-
CDMA.



4.

EARTH SEGMENT:


6



Transmitters, Receivers, Antenna, Terrestrial interface, TVRO
-
MATV
-
CATV,



Test equipment.



5.

SATELLITE APPLICATION:



15

Mobile Satellite Service (MSS), Terrestrial cellular system, Direct Broadc
ast Satellite
Service (DBS)
-

Digital Audio Broadcast (DAS), Direct to Home TV (DTH), Digital
Audio Broadcast, Business TV (BTV), Very small Aperture Terminal systems
(VSAT), GRAMSAT, Search and Rescue Satellite (SARSAT), INMERSAT,
Radarsat, Satellite Tele
phone, E
-
Mail, Video conferencing, The internet, Clobal
Positioning satellite system (GPS),


Total : 45 Hrs

REFERENCES:



1.

Dennis Roddy, “ Satellit
e Communications”, second Edition, McGraw
-
Hill
International edition, 1996.

2.

M.Richharia, Mobile Satellite Communications Principles and Trends, Pearson
Education Limited, 2001

3.

Harold Kolimbiris, “Digital Communiation systems with satellite and Fiber
Optics”,
Pearson Education Asia, 2001.

4.

Wilbur L.Pritchard, Hendri G. Synderhoud, Rober A.Nelson, “ Satellite
Communication System Engineering”, Prentice Hall, Second Edition 1993.

5.

Brij N.Agarwal, “ Design of Geosynchronous Spacecraft” Prentice Hall I
nc. 1986.

6.

Dr.Kamilio Feher, “Wireless Digital Communications Modulation and Spread
Spectrum Applications”, Prentice Hall of India Private Limited, 2001.







IF046 OPTICAL COMMUNICATION






1.

Optical Fibers








9

Basic optical

fibres communication system


Fibers


types


SI, GI, MM, SM fiber
waveguides


modes and rays


dispersion and attenuation


absorption and
scattering, Power density distribution


special fibres


DSF, DFF, Ultra low loss
fiber types


HE
11

mode propag
ation


Unguided system


beam divergence


Merits


Digital fiber optic link.



2.

Optical Sources, Transmitters And Receivers




9

LEDs, LDs, Semiconductor devices, Types of lasers, BH cavity, Quantum wells and
quantum dot lasers


SLM and STM operation



Transmitter design


receiver


PIN
and APD devices noise sensitivity and degradation


receiver amplifiers


heterodyne
and homodyne detection systems


ISI and eye diagrams


effects of noises on error
probability.



3.

Optical Amplifiers And Network
s






9

Basic applications and types


SLA


external pumping and pain


EDFA


Mechanism and architecture


Parameters


System applications


Basic networks


SONET / SDH


WDM networks


Optical CDMA


Ultra high capacity networks



4.

Optical Wdm And

Components






9

Principles of WDM


components


fiber couplers


interferometers


Mach
-
Zehnder
and Michaleson interferometric techniques


phased array based WDM devices


Tenable cources and filters


Splicing


Fusion splicers


Fiber connectors


F
DDI


FC types.



5.

Fiber Optic Measurements







9

Standards and testive


power meters


attenuators


attenuation measurement


Dispersion measurement techniques


OTDR and its applications


Fiber fault
location


OSA


Characteristics of sources.










Total


45

Reference

1.

G.Keiser, “Optical Fiber Communication”, 3
rd

edition, McGraw Hill, 2000

2.


Walterr Gorkski, “Optical Networking & WDM”, Tata McGraw Hill, 2001

3.

Franz & Jain, “Optical Communication System & Components”, Narvsa Publicati
ons
2000

4.

“Fiber Optical communication systems”, 2
nd

edition, John Wiley & sons, New York,
1997.

5.


D.K.Myan Baev and Llscheiner, Fiber Optic Communication Technology, Pearson
education Asia, 2001.







GE037 INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS (IPR)


UNIT
I

Introduction


Invention and Creativity


Intellectual Property (IP)


Importance


Protection
of IPR


Basic types of property (i. Movable Property ii. Immovable Property and iii.
Intellectual Property).










5


UNIT II

IP


Patents


Copyrights and related rights


Trade Marks and rights arising from Trademark
registration


Definitions


Industrial Designs and Integrated circuits


Protection of
Geographical Indications at national and International levels


Application Procedures.












10


UNIT III

International convention relating to Intellectual Property


Establishment of WIPO


Mission
and Activities


History


General Agreement on Trade and Tariff (GATT). 10


UNIT IV

Indian Position Vs WTO and Strategies


Indian IPR legislations


commitments to WTO
-
Patent Ordinance and the Bill


Draft of a national Intellectual Property Policy


Present
against unfair competition.








10


UNIT V

Case Studies on


Patents (Basumati rice, turmeric, Neem, etc.)


Copyright and related
rights


Trade Marks


Industrial design and Integrated circuits


Geographic indications


Protection against unfair competition.







10


TEXT BOOK

1.

Subbaram N.R. “ Handbook of Indian Patent Law and Practice “, S. Viswanat
han
(Printers and Publishers) Pvt. Ltd., 1998.


REFERENCES


1.

Eli Whitney, United States Patent Number : 72X, Cotton Gin, March 14, 1794.

2.

Intellectual Property Today : Volume 8, No. 5, May 2001, [www.iptoday.com].

3.

Using the Internet for non
-
patent p
rior art searches, Derwent IP Matters, July 2000.
[www.ipmatters.net/features/000707_gibbs.html.








GE038 INDIAN CONSTITUTION AND SOCIETY


UNIT I

Historical Background


Constituent Assembly of India


Philosophical foundations of the
Indian Constituti
on


Preamble


Fundamental Rights


Directive Principles of State Policy


Fundamental Duties


Citizenship


Constitutional Remedies for citizens. 9


UNIT II

Union Government


Structures of the Union Government and Functions


President


Vice
P
resident


Prime Minister


Cabinet


Parliament


Supreme Court of India


Judicial
Review.










9


UNIT III

State Government


Structure and Functions


Governor


Chief Minister


Cabinet


State
Legislature


Judicial System in States


Hi
gh Courts and other Subordinate Courts.

9

UNIT IV

Indian Federal System


Center


State Relations


President’s Rule


Constitutional
Amendments


Constitutional Functionaries
-

Assessment of working of the Parliamentary
System in India.








9


UNIT V

Society : Nature, Meaning and definition; Indian Social Structure; Castle, Religion, Language
in India; Constitutional Remedies for citizens


Political Parties and Pressure Groups; Right
of Women, Children and Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Trib
es and other Weaker Sections.









9


TEXT BOOKS

1.

Durga Das Basu, “ Introduction to the Constitution of India “, Prentice Hall of India,
New Delhi.

2.

R.C.Agarwal, “ (1997) Indian Political System “, S.Chand and Company, New Delhi.

3.

Maciver

and Page, “ Society: An Introduction Analysis “, Mac Milan India Ltd., New
Delhi.

4.

K.L.Sharma, “ (1997) Social Stratification in India: Issues and Themes “, Jawaharlal
Nehru University, New Delhi.


REFERENCES

1.

Sharma, Brij Kishore, “ Introduction to t
he Constitution of India:, Prentice Hall of
India, New Delhi.

2.

U.R.Gahai, “ (1998) Indian Political System “, New Academic Publishing House,
Jalaendhar.

3.

R.N. Sharma, “ Indian Social Problems “, Media Promoters and Publishers Pvt. Ltd.

4.

Yogendra Sing
h, “ (1997) Social Stratification and Charge in India “, Manohar, New
Delhi.


HS053 COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR ENGINEERS



UNIT 1:










L P



8 14


ORAL COMMUNICATION


Practical use of language in simulated real


life situations
through role playing


social skills


interaction with employers, peers and subordinates


Group dynamics


Listening techniques


Phonological aspects of language use


pronunciation, stress and intonation.


Introducing oneself and others, narrating events


Making telephonic conversation


Making
requests, Asking questions, Making recommendations using modal verbs, Expressing caus
al
relations with suitable discourse markers, Giving instructions using imperatives, Expressing
purposes and functions, obligation and preferences, Accepting offers and Counselling,
Interpreting advertisements, Describing processes using sequential express
ions.


UNIT 2:










L P



6 6



Presenting one’s ideas at meetings and conferences, Making ex
tempore talks, Public
speaking, Body language, Strategic competence, Use of audio


visual aids and multimedia
presentations.


UNIT 3:










L P



8 0




Technical Writing


the structure of organised writing


paragraph writing, coherence,
cohesion (use of Discourse Markers) and punctuatio
n, Use of titles, nonverbal devices


Layout


Revision strategies


Reading techniques.

Letter Writing:
-

Personal/Informal letters
:

Letters to family members and friends Business /
Formal letters
:

Letters thanking the recipients, announcing functions, ex
tending invitations,
congratulating associates on important occasions, letters of application (Resumes), apology
and complaint, letters to the editor.


UNIT 4:










L P



8 0





Report Writing:
-

persuasive, explanatory, argumentative and informative, Wri
ting agenda,
minutes, memos, project proposals and checklists.



UNIT 5










L P



10 0





Grammar
-

study of grammatical items in contexts. Nouns, pronouns, adjectives,
comparative adjectives, adverbs, gerund, prepositions, voice, tenses, ‘if clauses, direct and
indirect speech (repor
ting verbs), concord Vocabulary


Synonyms, antonyms, homonyms,
homophones, hyponyms, affixes, reference words, phrasal verbs and prepositional phrases.



---------


Total 60 hrs.
L:

40 P: 20



---------


Text Books:


1.

Doff, Adrian and Jones, Christopher, Language in Use: Classroom Book
(Intermediate level). Cambridge: CUP. 1994 (2 audio cassettes).

2.

Dr.V.Chellammal, Learning to Communicate


a resource book for Engineers an
d
Technologists. Coimbatore
:

Kamakhya Publications 2002 (1 audio cassette)



References:


1.

Sung, Abraham. 330 more Model Letters for all occasions Malaysia
-
Minerva
Publications. 2002.

2.

Bentley, T.J. Report Writing in Business: The Effective Communication of

Information. New Delhi
:

Viva Books Pvt.Ltd., 2001.

3.

Vivanilam, J.V. More Effective Communication: A Manual for Professionals. New
Delhi: Response Books. 2000

4.

Michael, V.P.Communication and Research for Management. Mumbai: Himalaya
Publishing House 2001.

5.

Na
uheim, Ferd. How to Write Business Letters. New Delhi; Crest Publishing House
2000.

6.

Mohan, Krishna, Meera Banerji. Developing Communication Skills. New Delhi:
Macmillan 1991.

7.

Denny, Richard. Communicate to Win. New Delhi: Kogan Page 2002.