# Computer Science and Engineering (Bachelor Degree) English Language Course

Software and s/w Development

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Óbuda University

John von Neumann

Faculty of
Informatics

Bécsi út 96/B
. Budapest 10
34

Computer Science and Engineering

(Bachelor Degree)

English Language Course

Summary

of subjects

Budapest
, 2012

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Name of the subject:

Analysis I.

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NSTAN1SAEC

Dr. Cserjés Ágota

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course
description:

Objectives

In this course students are introduced to the basic topic of mathematical calculus and they apply their
knowledge to solve problems.

Syllabus

Sequences of Real Numbers

Bounded, monotone sequences, monotonity, boundedness,
convergence, divergence, convergent
and divergent sequences, the speed of convergence

Differentiability of One
-
Variable Functions

Global properties of functions (boundedness, monotonity, convexity, symmetry properties), limits,
continuity, continuity on an

interval, elementary functions

Concept of Differentiation and its Geometrical Meaning, the Rules of Differentiation, Mean Value
Theorems of Differentiation

Application of the differential calculus: the L'Hospital rule, discussion of functions, determinati
on
of minimum and maximum, Taylor
-
polynomials Solving equations with numerical methods (the
bisection method, Newton’s method, method of secants), estimate of errors

Integral Calculus

Concept of the definite and indefinite integral, anti
-
derivative,
Newton
-
Leibniz formula
Integration methods (important basic types, partial integration, integration by substitution),
integration of some special types of functions (rational, irrational, trigonometric, exponential,
hyperbolic).

Syllabus of Laboratory Ses
sions

Solving problems associated with the aforementioned topics, Introduction to the MAPLE computer
algebraic system and its applications in solving problems

Texts

Császár Á.: Valós analízis I., Tankönyvkiadó, Budapest, 1999.

Kovács J., Takács G., and

Takács M.: Analízis, Nemzeti Tankönyvkiadó, Budapest, 2000.

Sréterné Lukács Zs. (ed.): Matematika feladatgyűjtemény, BMF, Budapest, 2000.

Name of the subject:

Analysis II.

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NSTAN2SAEC

Dr. Cserjés Ágota

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

In this course students continue their studies of the basic topics of calculus they started at Calculus I.
They apply
their knowledge to solve problems.

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Syllabus

Applications of Integral Calculus

Area, lengths of curves, surface area and volume of solids of revolution, numerical integration
methods (Monte Carlo, Simpson)

Improper Integrals

Laplace transform

The concept
of Laplace transform, its properties, transformation of some special functions,
Laplace
-
transform of functions multiplied by exponential functions, Laplace
-
transform of the
derivative and the integral of functions, Translation theorem, Concept of inverse L
aplace
-
transform, Methods: table, partial fraction expansion, Convolution theorem

Numerical Series

Convergent and divergent numerical series, Convergence criteria, Sign
-
keeping and alternating
series, Convergence criteria of positive
-
termed series, Leibniz

series

Function Series

Convergence of function series, Operation on function series, Power series, Taylor expansion,
Lagrange
-
remainder, numerical integration by Taylor expansion, Estimating errors, Fourier series

Differential Equations

Concept of
differential equations, General and particular solution, Separable differential equations
of first order, Linear differential equations of first order, Linear differential equations of second
order with constant coefficients, Solution of differential equat
ions with Laplace
-
transformation,
Numerical solution of differential equations of first order (e.g. Picard iteration method, Taylor
expansion)

Functions of Several Variables

Concept, methods of definition and representation of functions of several variable
s, Limits and
continuity of functions of several variables, Partial and total derivative, Concept of
differentiability, Differentiation of composite functions, Directional derivative, Applications of
differentiation of functions of several variables (calcu
lation of errors, extrema), Definite integral
of functions of several variables and its calculation, Application of integration of functions of
several variables (volume, surface area, center of gravity)

Syllabus of Laboratory Sessions

Solving problems a
ssociated with the aforementioned topics, Using MAPLE computer algebra system
for solving problems

Texts

Császár Á.: Valós analízis I., Tankönyvkiadó, Budapest, 1999.

Kovács J., Takács G., and Takács M.: Analízis, Nemzeti Tankönyvkiadó, Budapest, 2000.

Sréterné Lukács Zs. (ed.): Matematika feladatgyűjtemény, BMF, Budapest, 2000.

Name of the subject:

Discrete Mathematics I

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NSTDM1SANC

Berta Gábor

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

The aim is to improve the abilities of students in concept formulation, abstraction, problem solving by
means of becoming acquainted with the basic topics of finite mathematics and using them in problem
solving and model creation. The use of the MAPLE syst
em enhances the efficiency of problem solving
and learning.

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Syllabus

Real
-

and Complex Numbers

Set and subsets of real numbers, the axioms of real numbers, the concept of the complex number
and its representation on the Gaussian plane, the algebraic, tri
gonometric and exponential form of
complex numbers, basic operations, roots of complex numbers, roots of unity

Set Theory

Sets and elements, universal set, empty set, subsets, operations on sets, power sets, Boole
-
algebra, Venn diagrams, Cartesian product

Mathematical Induction and Recursion

Proof by induction, double and course
-
of
-
values induction, definition by induction, examples of
recursive algorithms

Relations and Functions

Binary relation and inverse relation, binary relation on a set and its graphic
al representation:
digraph, properties of binary relations, equivalence relation, partition of a set, partial ordering,
partially ordered sets Hasse
-
diagram, partial functions, functions, 'onto', 'into' and 'one to one'
functions, inverse function, composi
tion of functions, functions of several variables

Cardinals

Countable and uncountable sets, operations on cardinals, defining order relation on cardinal sets

Combinatorics

Factorial notation, binomial coefficients, permutations and repetitions, combination
s binomial
theorem, ordered and unordered partitions

Logic

Propositional calculus, statements and compound statements, conjunction, disjunction, negation,
propositions and truth tables, tautologies and contradictions, Quine
-
algorithm, logical
equivalence,
algebra of propositions, switching circuits, disjunctive and conjunctive normal
forms, conditional and biconditional statements, arguments, logical implication, formal proofs,
natural deduction rules

Syllabus of Laboratory Sessions

The aim of the
laboratory sessions is to solve problems and tasks in connection with the above
mentioned fields and implement studied algorithms in MAPLE.

Texts

Bagyinszki J., György A.: Diszkrét matematika főiskolásoknak, Typotex, Budapest, 2001.

György A., Kárász P.
,Sergyán Sz., Vajda I., Záborszki Á..: Diszkrét matematika példatár, BMF
-
NIK
-
5003, Budapest, 2003.

Katona Gy., Recski A., Szabó Cs.: Gráfelmélet, algoritmuselmélet és algebra, Typotex, Budapest,
2002.

Name of the subject:

Discrete Mathematics II

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NSTDM2SANC

Berta Gábor

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

The aim is to improve the abilities of students in concept formulation, abstraction, problem solving by
means of becoming acquainted with the basic topics of finite mathematics and using them in problem
solving and model creation. The use of the MAPLE syst
em enhances the efficiency of problem solving
and learning.

Syllabus

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Predicate Logic

Predicate calculus, predicate as a propositional function, universal set, universal
-

and existential
quantifiers, bound and free variables,

writing statements using the
symbols of predicate calculus,
predicate language symbols, terms and formulae, rules for quantifiers, semantics, interpretations,
model, universally valid formulae, languages based on logic programming

AlgebraicTopics

Algebraic structure, operation and its

properties, identity elements, inverse element, semigroup,
monoid, group, order of group, subgroups and Lagrange’s theorem, permutation groups,
homomorphism and isomorphism, rings, fields, partially ordered structures, trees, lattices, Boolean
algebras

Gr
aphs

Examples for graph
-
models, graphs, directed graphs and graphical representations, vertices and
edges, degree, simple and multi
-
graphs, special graphs: complete
-
, k
-
regular, bipartite graphs,
paths and cycles, isomorphic graphs, adjacency matrices, sub
graphs, spanning subgraph,
connectivity, components, Euler
-
circuits, breakout algorithm, Hamiltonian paths and cycles, trees,
spanning trees, shortest path algorithm, minimum distances of weighted graphs, rooted trees,
ordered rooted trees, planar graphs,
maps and regions, Euler’s formula, Kuratowski’s theorem,
colored graphs, chromatic number, four color problem, Welch
-
Powell algorithm

Syllabus of Laboratory Sessions

The aim of the laboratory sessions is to solve problems and tasks in connection with the

above
mentioned fields and implement studied algorithms in MAPLE.

Texts

Bagyinszki J., György A.: Diszkrét matematika főiskolásoknak, Typotex, Budapest, 2001.

György A., Kárász P., Sergyán Sz., Vajda I., Záborszki Á..: Diszkrét matematika példatár,
BMF
-
NIK
-
5003, Budapest, 2003.

Katona Gy., Recski A., Szabó Cs.: Gráfelmélet, algoritmuselmélet és algebra, Typotex, Budapest,
2002.

Name of the subject:

Probability and Statistics

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NSTVS1SANC

Dr. Cserjés Ágota

Title:

ass.

prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

The course is an introduction to probability and mathematical statistics, discussion of basic concepts,
developing problem
-
solving skills; it provides an insight into the possibilities of practical
application.

Syllabus

Introduction

Sample space and events, frequency and relative frequency, axioms of probability, consequences
of axioms: P(Ā), P(0), P(A+B), equiprobable space, selection with and without replacement,
conditional probability, multipli
cation rule, Bayes theorem, independent events, geometrical
probability

Random Variables

Discrete and continuous random variables, independent random variables, discrete density,
distribution function, properties thereof, continuous density, properties th
ereof, numerical features
of a random variable: expected value of discrete and continuous random variables, variance of
discrete and continuous random variables, standard deviation of discrete and continuous random
variables, median, mode

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Distributions

Discrete distributions: discrete uniform distribution, binomial distribution, Poisson distribution,
continuous distributions: continuous uniform distribution, exponential distribution, normal
distribution, gamma distribution, chi
-
squared distribution

Error

Estimation

Markov’s inequality, Chebyshev’s inequality, Bernoulli’s theorem, central limit theorem

Descriptive Statistics

Introduction, Random sample, Depiction of distribution histograms

Sample Statistics

Mean, median, mode, variance and standard
deviation and expected value

Estimation Theory

Point estimation, properties thereof (unbiased, efficient), maximum likelihood estimators, interval
estimation, confidence interval, confidence interval on

when

is known, and on

2
, for normal
random varia
ble

Hypothesis Testing

Type I error, type II error, level of significance of the test, critical region, parametric methods, one
-
sample u
-

test, one
-
sample and two sample
-
t test, F test, nonparametric methods: test of fit
-

-
test, test of homogeneity
-

-
test

Simple Linear Regression and Correlation

Syllabus of Laboratory Sessions

Solving different types of problems in probability and statistics in classroom practices, Analyzing real
statistical
samples with the help of SPSS package, Testing hypotheses with the help of SPSS package

Texts

Móri F. T., Szeidl L., Zempléni A.: Matematikai statisztika példatár, ELTE Eötvös Kiadó, Budapest,
1997.

Reimann J., Tóth J.: Valószínűségszámítás és matematik
Budapest, 2000.

Solt Gy.: Valószínűségszámítás, Műszaki könyvkiadó, Budapest, 1998.

Sréterné Lukács Zs. (ed.): Matematika Feladatgyűjtemény, BMF, Budapest, 2000.

Name of the subject:

Theoretical basics of
informatics

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NIRIE1SANC

Dr. Kutor László

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

The course introduces the basic principles and main driving forces of informatics, as well as the
milestones and trends of the Information Technology Evolution. Detailed explanations of the
measuring and representation and transforming of information is pe
rsented. As specific examples, the
most important data compression and fault tolerant coding methods are explained in depth.

Syllabus

Essentials of Information Technology (IT); IT’s Position within the Sciences; Trends in IT

Key concepts, connections,
IT evolutions and revolutions, and consequences

Computational Models

The von Neumann computer architecture and its main characteristics, Computer generations (I
-
IV), the features and, directions of their development, fifth generation program and its lesson
s,
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directions for future development of computers

Methods and characteristics of Analog and Digital Computing, Methods of information
representation, The necessity and principles of converting signals (analog to digital, di
gital to
analog): sampling theorem (Nyquist), main concepts, practical implementations

Fundamental Principles of Information Theory

Measuring and interpreting information (Hartley, Shannon, Stonier), interpreting and measuring
entropy and redundancy

Coding Basics

Principles, practice and standards of information representation (numbers, characters, pictures,
sounds) (ASCII, Unicode, JPEG, MPEG, MP3), Principles and practice of source encoding,
minimum redundancy encoding, key encoding algorithms (Sha
nnon
-
Fano, Huffman, arithmetic
encoding), Principles of dictionary
-
based and adaptive data compression; most frequently used
methods (LZ77, LZ78, LZW), Principles and practical applications of fault tolerant and error
correction systems (SEC
-
DED, Hamming)

Texts

Kutor L.: Selected readings, BMF NIK, 2002.

Rényi A.: Napló az információ elméletről, Gondolat, 1976.

Shannon C. E., Weaver W.: The Mathematical Theory of Communication, 1972.

Stonier T.: Information and the Internal Structure of the Universe,
Springer, 1993.

Name of the subject:

Data Structures, Algorithms, Objects

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NSTAE1SANC

Dr. Tick József

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

In the framework of this subject students get to know
the basic data structures from simple data to the
object oriented technology, as well as the related algorithms.

Syllabus

Introduction

Methods of computer
-
based problem solving, Concept of an algorithm, Methods of algorithm
description, Dijkstra graph,
Flow charts, Nassi
-
Schneiderman diagrams, Pseudocode, Program
source code, Compiling or interpreting, Linking, Execution of a program

Data Structures

Constants, variables, types, Integer, real and double types, Operations thereof, Logic relations,
Sets, Ar
rays, Strings, Heap and Recursion

Algorithms Related with the above Data Structures

Operations with finite mathematical sets as arrays, the Euclidean algorithm, Palindrome, Horner
polynomial, Coxeter magic square, Bubble sort, Insertion sort, Linear search
, Binary search,
Quicksort, Heaps and arrays, the Fibonacci series

Procedures and Functions

Use of procedures and functions, Passing parameters, Operations on text and record files using
procedures

Graph Algorithms

Introduction to game theory, winning
strategy, analysis of the game tree, mazes

Fundamentals of Object Oriented Programming

Software crisis, the notions of imperative, structural and object oriented programming, GUI, event
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driven programming, component based programming

Texts

Horowitz E., Sa
hni S.: Fundamentals of data structures in Pascal, Computer Science Press, Rockville,
1984.

Nyékyné Gaizler Judit (szerk.): Programozási nyelvek, Budapest, Kiskapu, 2003.

Trahtenbrot B. A.: Algoritmusok és absztrakt automaták, Műszaki K., 1978.

Name of the subject:

Physics

NEPTUN
-
Code:

KVEFI1SANC

Dr. Kálmán Pápay

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Fluids at rest: pressure, pressure gauges, surface tension, Archimedean principle. Fluid sin motion:
Bernoulli’s equation and it’s applications. Laminar flow and turbulent flow. Viscosity.

The working
fluid. Heat, work and the system. State equations. The First Law. Reversible and irreversible
processes. Carnot’s cycle, the heat engine and the heat pump. The Second Law. Entropy.

Name of the subject:

Electrical engineering

NEPTUN
-
Code:

KVEVI1SANC

Dr. Kálmán Pápay

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

In the framework of this subject the students are presented the basic elements of the electrical circuits.
Structure and characteristics of the active and passive circuit elements, semiconductors. The basic laws,
relations of electrical engineering. Semico
nductor’s techniques: diode, transistors, DIAC, TRIAC.
Rectifiers: 1 and 2 ways rectifying.

Name of the subject:

Economics I.

NEPTUN
-
Code:

GGTKG1SANC

dr. András Medve

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

An introduction to economics, scarcity and efficiency. The three main concepts of economics organization.
Consumer behaviour. The optimal choice of the consumers. Price elasticity of demand. Consumer surplus.
Manufacturers’ behaviour. Company and enterpris
e. Production function. Production costs. Short and long
-
term cost functions. The profit. Market structures. Offer of companies in perfect competition. Long
-
term
supply. Profit maximization of monopoly. Oligopolies. Market of input factors. Labour market,
capital
market, stock market, property market. Externalities.

Name of the subject:

Economics II.

NEPTUN
-
Code:

GGTKG2SANC

9

dr. András Medve

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Macroeconomics and its interrelations. Actors.

Output and income. Measurement of the macroeconomics
performance. Macroeconomics cycle. Consumption and saving function. Demand on the capital market and
multiplier effect. Equilibrium income. Macro demand. Labour market and employment. Macro supply.
Econ
omic equilibrium. The modern money and banking system. Economic growth, conjuncture. Inflation
and unemployment. The role of the state in economy. Fiscal and monetary policy. International trade
policy.

Name of the subject:

Introduction to Informa
tics

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NIRBI1SANC

Léczfalvy Ádám Márton

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

These laboratory sessions focus on providing students hands
-
on practice. Students learn to use
efficiently key software
applications such as “MS Word”, “Excel”, “Power point”. The students also
learn the basic elements of HTML language.The course incorporates the test requirements of the
European Computer Driving License (ECDL) in several key areas.

Syllabus of Laboratory
Sessions

Word processing:

Basic functions: search, replace, formatting, spell checking, tables, figures, footnotes and
endnotes,

Covered elements: sell content types and
formatting, absolute and relative addressing, row,
column and block operations, creating charts, using functions and databases

Presentation basics (PowerPoint):

Target features: visibility, legibility, density of information, file management, use of
predef
ined layouts

Basics of HTML

URL (Uniform Resource Locator), MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extension), document
types, HTTP protocol characteristics, elements of HTML document type declaration, general,
formatting and table tags

Texts

Benkő T.
-
né, Benk
ő L.: Amit a Word 2002
-
ről tudni érdemes!, Beda books, 2002.

Benkő T.
-
né, Benkő L.: Amit az Excel
-
, PowerPoint
-
, Access 2002
-
ről tudni érdemes!, Beda Books,
2002.

Tittel E., Pitts N., Valentine C.: HTML 4, Kossuth Kiadó Rt, 2001.

Name of the subject:

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NSTPP1SANC

Title:

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Sergyán Szabolcs

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

In this course the students get to know the object oriented paradigm and get acquainted with
practical
examples.

Syllabus

struct
, interface, Static
members, Initializations, Main function, Application class, Constructor and destructor, Garbage
collection, Inheritance, Protected visibility, Function overriding, Sealed class, The virtual
inheritance, Assignment problems, Runtime bind
ing, virtual function, polymorphism, Abstract
function, abstract class, Interface, Logical and Physical Organization of Classes, Package,
namespace,
dll

and assembly, Package, internal and protected internal visibility, Friend relation,
g, Exception handling, Templates

Logic Programming, Function
-
level programming, Aspect
-
oriented programming

List, array, bitmap, Linked list, Hash Table, Stack, Tree (Binary, Heap), Sorting algorithms

Texts

Introduction to C# Programming for the Microsoft .NET Platform, Microsoft Press, 2001.

Jones B. L.: Teach Yourself The C# Language in 21 Days.
SAMS, C# mesteri szinten, Kiskapu Kft,
2004.

Kondorosi K., László Z., Szirmai
-
Kalos L.: Objektum
-
orientált
szoftverfejlesztés, ComputerBooks,
Budapest, 1997.

Sipos M.: Programozás élesben, C# InfoKit, Budapest, 2004.

Sipos M.: Objektumorientált programozás a C++ nyelv lehetőségeivel, Akadémiai nyomda, B
udapest,
2000.

Stroustrup B.: The C++ Programming Language Special Edition I. II., Addison
-
Wesley, 2001. fordítás A
C++ programozási nyelv I. II. kötet, Kiskapu kiadó, 2001.

Name of the subject:

Object oriented programming

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NSTIP1SANC

Dr Kotsis Domokos

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

In the framework of this integrated subject students practice algorithmic thinking and acquire the basic
skills of program development in OBJECT PASCAL
language, which is used as a Delphi console
application.

Syllabus of Laboratory Sessions

Description and implementation of simple algorithms: software design diagrams: Dijkstra graphs, flow
charts, Nassi/Schneiderman diagrams, pseudocode, simple variable
types, basic I/O operations,
sequence, IF, loop in OBJECT PASCAL, Composite Types and Their Use: strings, arrays, set type,
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Basics of file handling, Functions, Procedures, Units: concept and declaration of a function and a
procedure, parameters and their u
se, structure and implementation of units, important standard
predefined units and their use, The structure of a Delphi program, Pointers, static and dynamic
allocating, chained lists and their using, Structure of objects, encapsulation, inheritance,
polym
orphisms, Program development using objects, Using OOP in Delphi environment

Texts

Angster E.: Programfejlesztés tankönyv I
-

M. Cantú: Delphi mesteri szinten, KISKAPU, Sybex, 2003.

Wirth N.: Algoritmusok + adatstruktúrák = progr

Name of the subject:

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NSTHP1SANC

Dr.
Vámossy Zoltán

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

In the framework of this subject the
advanced programming techniques of Delphi program
development are taught.

Syllabus of Laboratory Sessions

Writing multi
-
function, writing clean
-
up code, Coordinat
ing threads, avoiding simultaneous access, waiting for other
-
applications, about WebBroker and Websnap, types of webserver applications, Using Web Broker,
Creating
Web server applications with Web Broker, the structure of a Web Broker applications, the
Web dispatcher, action items, accessing client request information, creating HTTP response messages,
generating the content of messages, using database information in
responses, Using WebSnap, creating
Web server applications with WebSnap, Web modules, adapters, page producers, server
-
side scripting
in WebSnap, dispatching request, Working with XML documents, using Document Object Model,
abstracting XML documents with t
he Data Binding wizard, Using Web services, basic definitions,
URL/URI, web service, HTTP, XML, XSL, SOAP, WSDL, UDDI Writing servers that support Web
Services, creating client for Web Services, Creating custom components, overview of component
creation, o
bject

oriented programming for component writers, creating properties, events and
methods, using graphics in components, creating graphic component, Optimizing Delphi programs
with profiler

Name of the subject:

Visual, event controlled programing

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NSTVP1SANC

Dr. Kotsis Domokos

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

In the framework of this subject the fundamentals of Delphi program development are taught.

Syllabus of Laboratory Sessions

Introduction to Delphi

Main parts of a Delphi program: main program, units, Delphi Console application

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Class model in Object Pascal

Scope and qualifiers, Constructor and destructor, inheritance, Properties, methods and events
common to components and contr
ols, Object Pascal and class libraries, Early binding, late
binding, static and virtual methods, VMT table, Self
-
parameter

Using basic components and event handling

Creating application interface, TForm class, form attributes, title and icon of application,
TLabel, TEdit, TButton, TRadioButton, Grouping components, Owner and parent, Sender
parameter and type casting, Task: calculator program

Application of standard
dialog functions

ShowMessage, MessageBox, InputBox, InputQquerry, Task: Solution of the second order
equation using standard dialog functions

Handling exceptions

Protecting blocks of code and resource allocations, Handling RTL exceptions, Raising an
except
ion

Handling lists

List boxes, check
-
list boxes and combo boxes, TStrings class, Using the clipboard with text

User interface models: SDI, MDI applications, Delphi objects of menus, Main menu and popup
ral Windows dialogs (open and save of files), Mutual call of forms, modal
and not modal design of windows, Available and auto
-
create forms, Dynamic creating
components

Grids, dynamic handling of components

The main features of grids, handling the OnDraw e
vent, Dynamic use of components, Task:
Lottery program

Using graphics

Use of colors, Common properties and methods of Canvas, Pen and Brush classes, Responding
to mouse events, Display actual mouse position in status line, Task: rubber banding example

Timi
ng

Use of the Timer, Task: A bouncing ball in a window

Working with text files and streams

Manipulating files, Text files, Changes compared to PASCAL file handling, Use of INI and
Registry files in Delphi, Task: Saving window attributes of an application t
o an INI file, Using
streams, Task: Copying files using streams

Developing database applications

Using databases, database architecture, Connecting to databases, understanding datasets, Data
access and data control components and their relationship, Table,

DataSource, DBGrid,
DBNavigator, DBEdit, DBText, DBImage, Use of the Database Form Wizard, Task: Display
of an employees’ database in grid, realization of navigation, Display of fields of a given record

Navigating datasets

Processing of data sets, Countin
g the records of a table by checking the record pointer,
Modification of data sets: state diagram, Task: append, modify, delete and withdrawal
maintenance operations in the employee table

Searching datasets

Locate Lookup, FindKey, FindNearest Testing of se
arch options in an application

Name of the subject:

Java programing language

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NSTPN2SANC

Légrádi Gábor

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

The aim of the course is to provide students with plain
OOP programming skills development practice
using Java. Participants gain an insight into the philosophy and language of Java. Students develop
applications in integrated laboratory sessions.

This seminar focuses on the practical aspects of object
-
oriented

paradigm, mainly in the Java language.

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Syllabus of Laboratory Sessions

Objects and object classes, Using of the integrated development framework, Creating object classes,
Instantiating objects, Methods and constructors, Polimorphic usage of methods and
constructors,
Visibility (private, protected, public and package), Final fields and classes, Interfaces and packages,
Static fields and methods and static initial
ization blocks, The main() function, Handling of command
line parameters, Using namespaces (packages), The
this

pseudovariable, Inheritance and visibilitiy,
“Multiple” inheritance, Run
-
time type binding, Static and dynamic type, Abstract classes and
interfaces, Persistency and serialization, Exception handling (catching, creating and specification).

Name of the

subject:

Software design technology

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NSTST1SANB

Dr. Tick József

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

The course serves as an introduction to the fundamental paradigms of software engineering,
software
design and development methodology, especially modern methodologies based on object
-
oriented
modeling. Students also gain practice in OO software development using CASE tools.

Syllabus

Fundamental Concepts of Software Engineering, Basic Concepts

of Software Development

The waterfall model, the spiral model, the prototype model, the 4GT model, the OO model

Issues of Software Project Management

Software start
-
up, Software metrics, Software estimation, Risk analysis, Project scheduling,
Software mai
ntenance

Teamwork

The issues of effective project control, Team
-
Communications techniques, Rules of successful teamwork

Software Development

Data structure
-
, data flow
-
, and object
-

oriented analysis
and design

Object Oriented Modeling and the Unified Modeling Language, Views of UML

Use
-
case modeling, Class
-
structure modeling, Behaviour modeling, Implementation modeling

Rational Unified Process (RUP)

Concepts of RUP, Paradigms, Processes, Demonstration

of the RUP workflow

using case study

Application development using UML and RUP

Name of the subject:

Software design technology

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NSTSTGSAEB

Erdélyi Krisztina

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

In this course students acquire skills in practical implementation of fundamentals of conceptual
modeling studied at the course Software Engineering using Rational XDE CASE tool. At the end of
the course, students will be familiar with the
phases of software development and the importance of
analysis and documentation. The methodological aim of the course is to develop the team working
skill. Students will be able to overview large scale problems and highlight the essence of problems.
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Studen
ts will be capable to share the workloads into equal proportions, to work together and to keep

Syllabus of Laboratory Sessions

The subject deals with the elements of modeling a large scale, but well
-
known problem. The aim
is to go through th
e inception and elaboration phase.

Inseption phase

We look for the answers to the following questions: What does the system implement primarily?
What is the task of the major users? What kind of system structure suits the requirements? By the
end of this p
eriod, an idea of the end
-
product will have been ready with simple diagrams and
prototypes.

Elaboration phase

In the second period of the course, we refine the requirements, specialize the use cases and the
plan of system structure. We focus to the relatio
ns among the structural elements and the system.

Teamwork

Students work on the problem in teams. Students develop both their technical knowledge and the
project work capabilities, which is a key qualification on the labor market. The members of a
group
share responsibility, roles and tasks. It is an opportunity for students to show their
individual skills.

Used Models and diagrams

The Rational Unified Process models: Use
-
Case Model, Analysis Model, Design Model. The used
diagrams are: use case package di
agram, use case interaction diagram, class diagram,
collaboration diagram.

Name of the subject:

Control Engineering I.

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NIRIT1SANC

Dr. Turóczi Antal

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

In the
framework of this subject students study the basic notions, destinations, theoretical bases of the
fields, means and methods of control techniques, and its options of typical realization.

Syllabus

Introduction

Fundamentals of control techniques, its
objects, control strategies, main characteristics of closed
and open systems

Linear Systems

Criteria of linearity, description of linear systems in the time and frequency domain,
characteristics of main functional elements

Open Loop and Closed Loop Control

Typical basic elements of open loop systems and systems with feedback, definition of resultant
characteristics (means and methods), non
-
linear control systems

Qualitative Characteristics, Stability, Criteria Of Stability, Set
-
Up of Qualitative Characteris
tics

Concept of qualitative characteristics, their definitions, set
-
up, theory and practice of signal
shaping, methods of signal shaping, function of PI and PD signal shaping, PID signal shaping,
analogue and digital PID controllers

Structure of Digital
Control Systems

Components and their features, basic algorithms, the most important algorithms of digital signal
shaping

Fuzzy Systems

Fuzzy control, fuzzy controllers and their typical applications.

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Name of the subject:

Control Engineering II.

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NIRIT
2
SANC

Dr. Turóczi Antal

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

In the framework of this subject in the laboratory sessions students get to know the practical work of
control systems and their
methods of study, various well
-
known methods of definition of simulated
and real systems and they get experience in solving simple control tasks.

Syllabus of Laboratory Sessions

The aim of the laboratory sessions is to study simple open loop systems with

simulation, simple closed
loop systems with simulation, stability of linear systems with the help of simulation, set
-
up of
qualitative characteristics, realization and study of algorithms applied in computer aided control

on models.

Name of the subject:

Digital
technology

I.

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NIRDT1SANC

Dr. Turóczi Antal

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

In the framework of this subject students study the fundamental work of
digital systems (logical
networking), the basic methods of their description, they study, through examples, the operation of
logical networking and get an inside view of logical networking through the solutions of the problems
and demonstrations shown in t
he lectures. They get to know the basic means and methods of computer
simulation (Micro
-
Cap v70 for the time being) and testing with instruments.

Syllabus

Fundamentals of Boole
-
Algebra

Notion, classification, basic elements of logical networks and typica
l areas of application

Methods of Descriptions of Logical Networking

Textural formulation, logical functions, schematic capture, truth table, Karnaugh table, typical
combinatorial networking

Design and Examination of Combinatorial Networking

Universal
logical functions and elements of their realization, the bases of systematic design
methods, basic means of their study and the most important methods, solution of several
examples, presentation of simulation

Ideal and Real Elements of Construction, the Ch
aracteristics of Real Elements

Reasons why elements are not ideal and consequences thereof, speed characteristics,
transition delay time of signals, power characteristics, hazardous symptoms of combinatorial
networking and their management

Programmable Com
binatorial Networking

Typical elements and the alternatives available with their application, techniques of designing
and realization, presentation of advantages and limitations through examples

Sequential Networking

Grouping, methods of description and pa
rts, table of state, equation of state, diagram of state,
basic models of synchronous and asynchronous networking

Design and Study of Synchronous Networking

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Storage parts, types of flip
-
flops and their technique of application, design of a network
consisti
ng of gates and storage elements, application of programmable networking, the most
important means and methods of study, solution of examples, presentation of simulation

Typical Synchronous Networking

Counters, registers and complex synchronous systems

Fundamentals of Design and Study of Asynchronous Networking

Bases of Systematic Design of Digital Systems of High Complexity

Rudiments of means of linguistic description and design, bases of VHDL, description of
systems with VHDL, examples of application,
case studies

Syllabus of Laboratory Sessions
: see at Digital Technology II.

Name of the subject:

Digital
technology

II.

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NIRDT2SANC

Bitay György

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

In the
framework of this subject students deepen their theoretical knowledge obtained in Digital
Technology I, they get to know, through practical solutions of tasks, the applications of computer aided
methods of designing and simulation techniques (using XILINX,

-
Cap programs for
the time being) and get an inside view of various areas of high priority of circuit realization.

Syllabus of Laboratory Sessions

Design of digital (logical) circuits with one output (i.e. polling circuit, comparator, bin
ary operator)
and its simulation using a CAD program, Logical design with systematic design method, schematic
capture with the capture program editor of the simulation program, simulation, transient analysis, test
of hazards, hazard exemption

Design, reali
zation and study with the application of fpga circuits of multioutput digital circuits (i.e.
-
testing, fault detection, fault correction, and documentation

Desig
n, realization, tests and documentation of complex digital circuits (i.e. traffic lights) in teams
with the help of FPGA circuits, Creating configuration files, their on
-
detection, fault correction, and documentation

Name of
the subject:

Electronics I.

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NIREL1SANC

Dr. Turóczi Antal

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

In the framework of this subject, students study analogue signal processing, its most important means
and

scopes, theoretical functions of basic electronic parts, their properties and typical applications
They get an inside view of computer aided design and acquire the foundations of measurement
technology.

Syllabus

Elements of Amplification of Analogue Sig
nals

Amplification of potential, current and power

The Operational Amplifier

The ideal operational amplifier, Basic circuits of operational amplifiers, Main characteristics of
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real operational amplifiers

Theoretical Foundations of Feedback

Purpose, reason,

consequences and types of feedback

Typical Linear and Non
-
Linear Applications of Operational Amplifiers

Functions of linear and non
-
linear applications, their basic characteristics, Typical applications,
Amplifiers, Power supplies, Modulators,
Comparators, A
-
D and D
-
A converters

Operation of Basic Devices of Electronic Circuits, their Characteristics and the Types of Operation

The diode, Bipolar transistor, JFET and MOS FET

Simulation of Electronic Circuits

The presentation of a simulation progr
am (at present Micro
-
Cap v70), the Demonstration of
various simple tasks, Introduction to alternatives and limitations

Elements of Measurement Technology

The methods of measurements of basic electrical parameters, Measurement of voltage and current
with an
alogue and digital instruments, Range of measurement, load, accuracy, resolution,
reproducibility, Elements of evaluation and processing of results of measurements

Testers and Measurement Devices

Measurement devices of electrical and non
-
electrical paramet
ers, Analogue and digital circuits of
measurement, AC and DC voltage measurement circuits, Measurement converters, calibrators, and
their applications, Sensors, transmitters, signal receivers and transmitters, multiplexers, Sources of
signals (generators),

Digital testers and multimeters, analogue and digital oscilloscopes

Syllabus

of Laboratory Sessions
: see at Electronics II.

Name of the subject:

Electronics II.

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NIREL1SANC

Bitay György

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

In the framework of this subject students deepen their understanding of the concepts learned in
Electronics I, they get to know the fundamentals of computer aided methods of analysis and design,
obtain practice in analogue
simulation (using Micro
-
Cap v70 simulator for the time being) and testing
with instruments of analogue and digital circuits, in every laboratory session, students solve individual

Syllabus of Laboratory Sessions

Design of simple analogue circuits,

and testing their function, Study of circuits of operational
amplifiers (in time and frequency domain), Study of amplifiers and their parts (in time and frequency
domain), Study of power supplies and their parts (in time domain). Examination of static and

dynamic
characteristics, Study of basic electronic circuits with analogue simulation, Transfer characteristics,
transmission delay time, power consumption, input and output characteristics, and noise reserve, Study
of special symptoms of high speed digita
l electronic circuits (reflection, crosstalk)

Name of the subject:

NAME

NEPTUN
-
Code:

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

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Name of the subject:

Digital Systems I

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NIRDG1SANC

Dr.
Turóczi Antal

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

The aim of this subject is to teach students the basics of digital electronics, the most important
elements of digital systems, the trends of development of logical circuit
families, application issues of
parts usable for programmable realization of complex functions and logical families that are necessary
for engineers of technical informatics.

Syllabus

General
Features

of Logical Circuits

Static and dynamic characteristic
s, Input
-
output parameters, Transfer
-
, speed
-

and performance
characteristics

Basic Circuits of Main Logical Circuit Families

Inverters, basic gates, interface circuits (power amplifiers, level converters)

Application of Logical Circuit Families

The genera
l points of view of choice and application, Speed and performance limits, the typical
functions of basic parts

Study of Logical Circuit Families with Simulation

Features of simulation environment of digital and analogue circuits (Micro
-
CAP v70 circuit
simu
lator for the time being), Options of applications, Limits and consequences, Basic notions of
production technique of IC

Signal Generating and Signal Shaping Circuits

Dedicated clock generator circuits, Realization of clock generator and signal shaping fun
ctions
using universal logical parts, Features their application technique, Typical fields of use

Basic Storage Circuits and Storage Cells

Technical features of static and dynamic operations, Types of cells, Mechanisms of storage and
their features

Program
mable Circuits

Typical functions of parts, their features of application, Consequences of design and testing,
Means and methods

Noise and Disturbance Problems of Digital Systems

Types of noise signals, mechanisms of system input, noise reserve, solutions
of

protection.

Features of Microprocessors and Microcontrollers

Systems consisting of one or more chips, Typical functional elements, interfaces, conditions of
applications, set of parts, Methods and means of design and development

Fundamentals of Embedded

Systems

Destination, basic functions, special functions issuing from the destination, Means and methods of
connectivity with the analogue world

Syllabus of Laboratory Sessions
see at Digital Systems II.

Name of the subject:

Digital Systems II

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NIRDG2SANC

Vígh Tamás

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

In the framework of this subject students go deeply into theoretical knowledge obtained from subject
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Electronics I, they get to know the
fundamentals of designing methods and testing of digital systems
and within these, primarily, microcontroller embedded systems through solution of individual practical
exercises.

Syllabus of Laboratory Sessions

Introduction to microcontroller laboratory
system, Study of operation of microcontroller laboratory
system, Design of auxiliary units to microcontroller laboratory system (special peripherals and
complementary hardware units), Connection of auxiliary units to microcontroller laboratory system,
Deve
loping the assembly driver, Testing the assembly driver, Testing and checking the complete
microcontroller system

Name of the subject:

Computer Architectures I

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NIRSA1SANC

Dr. Broczkó Péter

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

The course introduces students to the Instruction Set Architectures (ISA), as well to the basics of traditional
microarchitectures. The course is based on the design space approach, focusing on the demonstration of
trends
and specific implementations

Syllabus

Introduction to Computer Architectures

Computational models, programming languages, architectures. The data based computational
models, the von Neumann, the dataflow and the object
-
oriented computational model.

Inst
ruction Set Architecture (ISA)

The notion and its elements

Data space

Memory space (real and virtual). Register space (one single register set, split register sets, multiple
register set)

Data manipulation tree

Data types, operations, operand types,
addressing modes, instruction formats Architecture types:
load/store (RISC), memory (CISC), stack architectures

Status space

User
-
visible status information (Program Counter, condition code, flag, additional user
-
accessible
status information), user
-
trans
parent status
-
information (virtual memory, stack, interrupt
processing)

Status manipulations

Performance evaluation

Absolute performance measures (MIPS, MFLOPS etc.). Relative performance measures (general
purpose; SPEC benchmarks; dedicated benchmarks; MM

etc.)

Microarchitecture

Notion of microarchitecture, overview of its evolution, sequential and ILP architectures (pipeline,
superscalar, VLIW)

The notion and its elements

ALU

Implementation of basic FX, FP and B
CD operations, ALU implementation

Control design

Hardwired control, microprogrammed control, their comparison

Bus system

Basics of bus systems, classification of buses, bus control (sequential and parallel arbitration), bus
timing (synchronous and async
hronous)

Input
-
Output systems

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Programmed I/O, Direct memory access (DMA), I/O channel

Interrupt system

Notion, interrupt reasons and levels, tasks of the interrupt process, Structure and operation of a
hypothetical computer

Main memory

Notion and characteristics of DRAM memory types,
Design of a hypothetical computer

Levels of the utilised parallelism, Flynn’s and modern classification of processors

Introduction to ILP processing

Data, control and resource
-
dependencies and schemes to
their resolution, Preserving sequential
consistency, Principle and implementation of the precise interrupt
-
processing, the level of the
utilised parallelism and the available speed up.

Evolution and overview of ILP processors

Determinism of the evolution
, pipelined, superscalar and VLIW processors

Name of the subject:

Computer Architectures II
-

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NIRSA2SANC

Dr. Broczkó Péter

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

Lectures introduce students to
pipelined and superscalar processors as major representatives of parallel
architecture classes. The course is based on the design space approach, focusing on the demonstration of
trends and specific implementations.

Syllabus

Temporal parallel execution

B
asic possibilities, pre
-
fetching, ordered and out of order execution of operations, pipelined
instruction
-
execution.

Pipelined processors

Basic layout and characteristics of pipelines. Logical pipelines and their implementation
alternatives (universal, ma
ster and dedicated: fixed point, floating point and I/O pipelines).

Introduction to superscalar processors

The emergence and spread of superscalar processors, their generations: thin, wide and superscalar
processors and wide superscalars with MM/3D
support), main features

Design space of superscalar processors and increasing the throughput of particular subsystems

Predecoding

Instruction issue

Issue policies, issue rate

Shelving

Layout of shelving buffers, operand fetch policie
s, instruction dispatch schemes

Register renaming

Scope of register renaming, layout of rename buffers, rename rate

Preserving the sequential consistency of instruction execution

Processor
-
consistency, memory
-
consistency

Examples

Pentium 4, Athlon, Power

3, Power 4, Opteron

Basics of caches

Organisation of caches (direct mapped, set associative, and fully associative), virtual and physical
tagging, porting scheme, write policy (write through, write back), non
-
cached operations, main
operating parameters
of caches, and their evolution

Cache hierarchy

One, two and three level caches, characteristics of different levels, Implementation of level 2
caches (attached to processor bus, dedicated and on
-
chip implementation), Evolution of the cache
hierarchy

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Name of the subject:

Computer Architectures III
-

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NIRSA3SANC

Dr. Broczkó Péter

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

Lectures introduce students to the system architecture of superscalar processors as
well as to VLIW, TLP
and PLP processors representing the major parallel architecture classes. The course is based on the design
space approach, focusing on the demonstration of trends and specific implementations.

Syllabus

System level architecture of
superscalar processors

Overview of system level architecture, its elements

Main memory

Notion and characteristics of FPM, EDO, BEDO, SD
-
RAM, RDRAM memory types

Processor bus

Operation (data transfers, coherency of cache and multiprocessors), bus topologi
es (multiplexed
and separate data and address busses, point to point buses), timing, multiple buses

General purpose peripheral buses

Emergence, characteristics and evolution of
ISA, MCA, EISA, VESA, PCI bus

Dedicated peripheral buses

Storage busses

(ID
E/ATA, SCSI), video
bus
(AGP), audio
bus (AC 97), emergence of low speed
peripheral busses
(RS
-
232, USB, LPC, GBIP)

Chipsets

Operation and their evolution, examples

Typical system
-
architectures

-
architectures
(Pentium III, Pentium 4)

VLIW
architectures/processors

Characteristics of VLIW architectures, statical detection and removal of dependencies, Early
VLIW processors, EPIC architecture and its implementation, The Itanium processor

-
level parallel architectures

Fine
-
grained, coars
e
-
grained, simultaneous multithreaded architectures (SMT), superscalar based,
VLIW
-
implementations, Examples: Pentium 4 HT, SuperSPARC 4, Power 4 etc

Process
-
level para
llel architectures

Introduction to MIMD architectures, distributed memory MIMD architectures (multicomputers),
their implementation, shared memory MIMD architectures (multiprocessors), notion, main
characteristics and application of virtually shared memory

MIMD architectures (NUMA, CC
-
NUMA and COMA) S

Name of the subject:

Command level processor handling

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NIRPK1SANC

Léczfalvy Ádám Márton

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

This course provides an
overview of the Instruction Set Architectures (ISA) of common processors,
including the X
-
86 processor family. A detailed explanation is given about how the machine code is
represented and executed in operating systems. An overview is given and general cha
racteristics of
compilers and structures of executable files (.COM and .EXE) are discussed. Students are required to
learn how to create simple, sequential programs, and iterations, and to accomplish I/O operations. They
also practice computations, data co
nversion, and simulations. Finally, the access and programming of
peripherals (showing graphical elements, handling serial and parallel ports) is covered.

Syllabus

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Introduction

Overview of main processor types (RISC, CISC), Overview of widespread
(POWER, X
-
86, X86
-
64) Instruction Set Architectures

Instruction Set Architecctures (ISA)

Introduction to the X86 ISA in details, Process of instruction execution through examples

PC compiler environments

Programming in
Assembly language

Construction of programs (source code and physical level),

Basic operations, loops, timing,
simple programs, Determination of the parameters of programs, Writing and testing simple
programs

Name of the subject:

Operating Systems

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NIROR1SANC

Bringye Zsolt

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

Lectures and laboratory sessions introduce students to the theory and implementation of operating systems. The
students get to know the
key operating system implementations and acquire practical skills in managing UNIX
-
based operating systems.

Syllabus

Introduction to Operating Systems (OS)

Purpose, definition, history and classification of OS’s; Key OS implementations, maintenance; Mark
et
share of OS’s

Computer Operating Modes, Operating System Environments

Overview and development of common operating modes

The Logical Architecture of OS’s

Application, API, Peripheral control and media interfaces

Process Management

Process life cycles,
Key steps of process creation, Process scheduling

Memory Management

Overview of memory management strategies, Virtual memory management procedures, Pages and
segmented virt
ual memory management, Examples

File Management

File management in selected OS’s (DOS, UNIX), Example: a detailed account of the UNIX operating
system, General structure, Kernel components, Process management, File management

Syllabus of Laboratory
Sessions

Using the text editor, Introduction to using the shell, Shell script development using simple and complex
examples, Introduction to the software development environment, Porting programs from MS
-
DOS to UNIX,
File management in C programs, Directo
ry management, I/O device management, Runtime performance
analysis

Name of the subject:

Elements of information systems

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NIRIN1SANC

Géczy László

Title:

ass. prof.

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ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

In this
subject, students study p
eripherals, main features of multimedia devices, their standards,
structures, emphasizing typical fields of applications of certain groups of devices.

Syllabus

Classification of Peripherals

Visualization

Visualization with and wi
thout storage in general

Visualization of Texts and Pictures

Features of the letter module, types of letters, families of letters, fields of application, the grid
structure of printed pictures and the quality of pictures, color pictures, making colors

Prin
ters and Plotters

Review: printers with and without strike, drawing devices (planar and drum plotters), qualitative
comparison of visualization devices with storage

Visualization by Displays

Various features, cathode
-
ray tube (CRT), LCD, plasma and lumines
cence displays, resolution of
displays, video cards and the quality of color pictures

Projectors

Their types, video system devices, LCD and micro mirror projectors, use of MEMS in
constructing micromirrors

COM

Summary of microfilm techniques

Input Devices

General overview

Keyboards

Review, features of keyboard handling, factors of ergonomics, reliability and technology

Touch Screen

Its characteristics, foil and ultrasonic keys

Mouse, Track Ball

Fields of use, optomechanical quantifying and optoelectronic i
nput

Barcode Techniques

Types and field of use of barcodes, barcode readers and printing barcodes

Archiving

Application fields of various devices, importance of reliability and extremely long (30
-
50 years)
lifetime, and the legal acceptance of the use of d
ata

Data Storage

Its alternatives and realization

Magnetic Disks

Features of data storage, floppy disks and drives, hard disks in general, technical characteristics,
their structure, influence of applied microelectronic technologies on their development, i
nfluence
of MEMS on development of hard disks

Optical Discs

CD, CD
-
ROM, CD
-
R, CD
-
RW, DVD ROM, MO

types and structure of minidisks, fields of use,
significance of reliability and extremely long lifetime, new techniques in the fields of minidisks
(Nearfiel
d Recording)

Magnetic Tapes

Their structure and types, development of archive tapes, significance of reliability and extremely
long lifetime, role of coding and error correction

Multimedia Devices

Sound

Its devices and environment, digital sound recording

and playback, qualitative parameters of
sound recording, types of files (wav, mid, ram, etc), compression and quality (MPEG3), sound
card and audiorack playback surface, the quality of wav and midi playback

Digital Still Pictures

Scanners

Their structure,

the role of device of illumination in the quality of the picture

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Digital Photography

Its base, structure and operation of cameras, digital still picture recording, progressive CCD,
camera object lens, formation of pictures, white balance, the size of the
CCD chip, resolution,
compression (without loss TIFF, with loss JPEG)

Digital Moving Pictures

Types of video cameras and their fields of application, recording techniques, formats of video
pictures and files, compression methods (AVI, DIVX, MPEG, etc), alt
ernatives of conversion of
video files, video conversion cards

Name of the subject:

Computer networks I.

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NIRSH1SANC

Dr Schubert Tamás

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

The students will
know the fundamentals of building and the operation of computer networks. They get
basic information about the implementation concepts of the TCP/IP protocol suit, about the building of
Internet, and about the operation of application protocols what ensure

the most basic Internet services.

Syllabus

The evolution, goals and standards of the computer networks

The concept and short history of the evolution of computer networks, the necessity of standards,
important standard organizations, classification of th
e computer networks

ISO OSI Reference Model

Principles, open systems, goals and advantages of the layered model, concept and implementation
of the protocols: finite states automata

Basic networking concepts

Serial/parallel, simplex/(half)duplex, asynchrono
us/synchronous data transmission, units of
transmission, network topologies, Line/packet switched networks, The principles of the client
-
server programming

Internet principles

The history of evolution of the Internet, theoretical fundamentals of Internet,
contrasting the
ISO/OSI and the TCP/IP reference models, similarities, differences, Internet documents

RFCs

The Internet addresses as the basic precondition of the Internet connection, The build
-
up and
usage of sub
-
networking in IP networks, Matching of physical and IP addresses, Private addresses,
Classless Inter
-
Domain Routing (CIDR), Automatic setup of the network parameters, DHCP
protoc
ol

Connectionless data transfer, the Internet Protocol (IP)

The method of the connectionless data transfer, the goal of IP, and its limit, The build
-
up of the IP
datagram, the concept of data encapsulation, The concept of the maximum transfer unit (MTU),
f
ragmentation and reassembly of datagrams, IP options

Routing in IP networks

Direct and indirect IP datagram forwarding, interconnecting networks, route selections, routers

Controlling IP networks
-

ICMP

The necessity of controlling IP networks, and its
methods, Internet Control Message Protocol
(ICMP)

Unreliable transport service
-

UDP

The usages and limits of unreliable data transport service, Introduction of UDP, typical application

and ports

Reliable transport service
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TCP

Characteristics of the reliable transport service and its implementations, Attributes of TCP, basics
of its operation, Error recovery, flow control, Virtual channel concept, and its implementation by
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TCP,
Adaptation capabilities in TCP and their effect on the operation of the network, The TCP
finite states machine

Mnemonic addresses on the Internet, Domain Name System
-

DNS

The ways of satisfaction the demand of hierarchical addresses on the Internet, mnemo
nic
-

IP
-
opportunities, implementation by a distributed database, The build
-
up and the operation of the
Domain Name System, maintaining the distributed database

The use of th
e TCP/IP network, application protocols

The use of the TCP/IP network, application protocols, Login to a remote computer, the Telnet
protocol, File transfer between remote computers, the FTP protocol, Electronic mailing, the
SMTP, POP3, IMAP protocols

The
fundamentals of the World Wide Web

Interconnecting distributed data, the concept of hypertext, Addressing data, the concept of the
URL, Data representation, HTML. The HTTP protocol, The operation of the Web, using static and
dynamic data, Relationship betw
een databases and the Web

Summary, development of IP, and the future

The present of the Internet, and the impact of the fast evolution, The next generation of IP

IPv6,
Outlook, tendencies, unsolved problems

Name of the subject:

Computer networks II.

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NIRSH2SANC

Dr Schubert Tamás

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

The students will get know the basic physical transmission mediums, their operation and
characteristics used in computer networks.

Syllabus

The physical transmission mediums

Application of UTP/STP/coax copper wires, optical fibers, microwaves, laser, spr
The concept of multiplexing.

The creation of data transmission units

Creating frames and synchronization. Error detection, the concept of CRC, error correction with
retransmission. Flow control, the concept of windowing.

The principles of ana
log data transmission

Frequency/phase/amplitude modulation. The goal of using modems, principles of their operation.
Modulation, error correction and compression protocols, modem standards and compatibility.
Quasidigital transmission, V.90 modems. The
fundamentals of ISDN, its services, ISDN channels
(B,D), the concept of BRI and PRI, the build
-
up of the ISDN frame, ISDN signaling. High speed
digital data transmission via the telephone network. Fundamentals of ADSL.

Point
-
to
-
Point Protocol
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PPP

The con
cept of Serial Line IP (SLIP) protocol, and its disadvantage. The goal, usage and attributes
of PPP.

The fundamentals of the Ethernet and the IEE 802.x technology

The history of Ethernet, the applied topology and the transmission mediums. The principle of
CSMA/CD protocol, the details of the implementation. The build
-
up of the Ethernet
-
and Ethernet
-
frame. The components of the Ethernet networks: hub, bridge, switch. 10/100/1000
Mbit/s speed classes.

LAN solutions using Ethernet switches

The conce
pt and use of virtual LANs. Filtering traffic and access control.

Wireless LAN technologies

802.11 standards, WiFi, Bluetooth. Wireless network topologies. Vindication of network security,
WPA/WPA2 solutions. The present and (near)future of using mobile te
lephones for data
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communication.

Asynchronous Transfer Mode
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ATM

The concept of ATM, its transmission mediums and their attributes, the build
-
up of the ATM cell.
Satisfying quality requirements and their classification: CBR, VBR and ABR. The fundamentals
of the operation of the ATM switches.

Space telecommunication fundamentals

The use of satellites for data transmission, the components of satellite systems, techniques of
multiple access (FDMA, TDMA, CDMA), the characteristics of the orbits, their influenc
e of the
transmission, the effect of delay.

Name of the subject:

Computer networks laboratory

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NIRSHGSANC

Dr Schubert Tamás

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

The students will obtain practical
knowledge of computer networking potentials and services. They
learn the fundamental networking services of the Windows and Linux/Unix operating systems.

Syllabus of Laboratory Sessions

The Windows operating system in computer networks, The Windows netw
orking concepts: interfaces,
services, protocols, bindings, workgroups and domains, IP configuration, utilities, Local users and
group administration, SAM, Policies, Resource management, Owner, quota, rights, resource sharing
and mapping network drives

Eve
nt logging, Domain administration, Active Directory, replication, group policy, User
administration in the domains, Terminal Server, Operation, installation, configuration, joining, Linux
introduction, Basic commands: cd, ls, >, |, grep, cat, more, mkdir,
rm, passwd, pwd, man, exit, The
networking aspects of the kernel: the concept and operation of inetd, User administration, Role and
scope of the root user; passwd and shadow files, Adding and removing users; management of groups,
File system, The role and
characteristics of files and directories, right management, Right assignment,
assigning ownership, Remote administration, telnet, ssh, scp, Basic IP commands and files, Ipconfig,
route, arp, netstat, iptraf, hosts, resolv.conf, services, protocols, Multi p
urpose networking tool
(iptables), NAT function. Operation of the Iptables, creating conditions, The roles of tables, chains and
targets

Name of the subject:

Databases

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NSTAB1SANC

Dr Kotsis Domokos

Title:

ass. prof.

ass.
prof.

Course description:

Objectives

In this subject the students have to learn the principles and realization of information processing
systems, the most important data base management systems, and the state
-
of
-
the
-
art methods of data
handling.

Syllabus

Introduction

The concepts of data, Information and information processing

Goal Driven File Systems

File systems based on record consecutivity, Non
-
consecutive file systems

Data Management Systems

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Data independence, DDL, DML, Database
administrator, Planning a database, Data modeling,
Entities, Attributes and relationships

Database Approaches

The hierarchical approach, the IMS, the network approach, the IDMS, the relational approach

Theory and Practice in Relational Model

Anomalies, Nor
malization, Relational algebra, Relational calculus SQL, 4GL tools

Popular DBMS
-
s

The EER model, Object oriented databases, Distributed systems, Data warehouses, Data mining,
Deductive systems, Knowledge bases

Principles of Data Security a
nd Safety

Name of the subject:

Application of Databases I

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NSTAH1SANC

Dr Kotsis Domokos

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

In the framework of this subject students learn to use to planning,
creating and querying database
systems. They acquire skills in its use via interactive SQL, or in an embedded way, in the platform of
the ORACLE data base system.

Syllabus of Laboratory Sessions

Normalization, Data base anomalies, Using the SQL*Plus inter
active environment in the ORACLE
system, Querying with the SQL Select command, Joining tables, Using subqueries, DML commands,
Handling transactions, DDL commands: creating tables, data types, constrains, views, indexes, DCL
commands, privileges, the PL/SQ
L, compound data structures, cursors, ROWID, Exception handling,
Subprograms, Triggers, Applications

Name of the subject:

Application of Databases II

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NSTAH2SANC

Dr Kotsis Domokos

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course
description:

Objectives

The aim of the subject is to show how to program and access client
-
server database management
applications in a high level language environment and how to create effective, component
-
based
database applications.

Syllabus

Characteristics of the client
-
server databases (revision)

The basic commands of the SQL language (DDL, DQL, DML)

PL/SQL procedure and functions

The PL/SQL, as a server
-
side database programming language, Declaration and
predeclaration of subroutines,
recursive subroutines, Stored subroutines and the types and
usage of triggers, Realization of multitable restrictions with stored subroutines and triggers,
Parametric cursors, cursors containing subqueries, ROWID

Database management using Delphi

Basics of
application development, local and remote servers, interfaces (ODBC, BDE, Native
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driver, ADO, dbExpress, ODAC), Embedding of database management commands in the
Delphi environment (DataBase, DataSet, DataSource), Realization of local databases from
program
s, the visualizationand paramterization of SQL queries, Management, component
palettes of remote databases, visualization of tables, parametrizing, processing. Setting up a
connection with a, a native driver, ADO, DbExpress, external driver (parametrized r
unning of
ODAC, PL/SQL scripts), Usage, comparison and differences of client
-
server databases
(Oracle, Interbase, MySQL, etc.)

Case Study

Realization of a database system, datatable selection from program, processing

Name of the subject:

Theory of
intelligent systems

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NIRIR1SANC

Dr Kutor László

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

The course introduces the basic principles of the broad field of artificial intelligence. The material
covered
includes both classical and modern paradigms of artificial intelligence and their relevant
applications.

Syllabus

Definitions of Intelligence, Measuring Intelligence (IQ, EQ)

Factors and theories of biological intelligence

Key Factors and Paradigms in Ar
tificial Intelligence

Sensory perception, knowledge, learning, information processing, execution, communication,
logic
-
based, symbolic and bottom
-
to
-
top approaches

Principles and Solutions in Agent Technology

Conditions of autonomy, agent structures, envi
ronments, applications

Sensors: Direct Contact and Remote Sensors

Principles and characteristics of biological sensors, principles, characteristics and implementations
of technological sensors, Principles of Ambient Intelligence

Knowledge Representation an
d Deduction, Machine Learning

First order logics, semantic networks, frames, and management of uncertainty

Approaches to Problem Resolution (Concentrated, Distributed)

Symbolic problem resolution using searches; classical and enhanced search methods,
problem
resolution models (GPS, SOOAR, Table), Problem resolution without representation (incremental,
situational activity (Stonier))

Principles and Practical Solutions of Biology
-
Driven (Soft) Information Processing

Artificial neural networks, fuzzy logi
cs and fuzzy control, genetic algorithms

Principles, Methods and Implementations of Applications and Integrated Systems

Expert and decision support systems, linguistic applications: speech generation (e.g. JAWS,
Multivox, WINTalker), speech recognition, t
ext checking, machine translation, trends in
intelligent robotics, implementation issues

Name of the subject:

Applications of Intelligent Systems

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NIRIR2SANC

Dr. Molnár András

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course
description:

Objectives

The course introduces students to specific artificial intelligence based development environments as
well as basic applications of the theories taught Additional hands on practical experience is gained
through the completion of an
independent project in a selected field.

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Syllabus of Laboratory Sessions

Neural Network Design Software

Typical network development environments (Neural Works, Stuttgart) and their features,
implementation of simple networks in C or Pascal

Genetic Algorit
hms

Typical problems suitable for Genetic algorithms (e.g. nth order functions with multiple
unknowns), implementation of genetic algorithms in C

Fuzzy Systems

Characteristics and operation of fuzzy variables, functions, deduction systems, comparison of
fu

Expert and Decision Support Systems

Elements, operation and features of practical systems (illustration)

Optical Character Recognition in Practice (Omnipage)

Scanner
-
fed and camera
-
based systems

Key Applications of Speech Processing and Linguistic Technology

Speech synthesizers (e.g. JAWS, WINTalker, Multivox), speech recognizers (e.g. Dragon
NaturallySpeaking, IBM ViaVoice, Philips FreeSpeech), text checkers and translation systems
(e.g. BabelFi
sh, Babylon, NeuroTran)

Agent Technology

Operation and development environments of software agents, operation of mobile hardware agents
(robots) in practice

Name of the subject:

Enterprise Information Systems

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NSTVI1SANC

Dr

Holyinka Péter

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

In the framework of this subject the main functions of business information systems as well as the
fundamental subsystems and their relations are described.

Syllabus

Ground
Concepts

Information system, IT, IT resources and their nomenclature, requirements against information and
IP

External Information Model

Customers, suppliers, the financial sector, government, typical data flows

Goods, Stock in Hand

Changes, typical flows,

the data model

Customers, Suppliers

Fundamental concepts, activities, the data model

Service of Customers

Quotation, order, business transactions, data model, and relations to other subsystems

Procurement

Request for proposal, order, business transactions
, data model, and relations to other subsystems

Invoicing

Preparing an invoice, invoice processing, returning goods, connected tasks, data model, relations
with other subsystems

Financial Issues

Accounts receivable and payable, connected tasks, data model,

relations to other subsystems

Service Functions of the System

Close
-
up servicing, control

Implementation Issues

Hardware and software infrastructure, standard systems (SAP, Oracle Applications, BaaN)

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Name of the subject:

Modeling of Enterprise
Information Systems

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NSTVI2SANC

Dr Holyinka Péter

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

Project work: students acquire practice in teamwork, in designing business processes and related data
models and
subsystems.

Syllabus of Laboratory Sessions

Decomposition of a system to functional subsystems, Allocating subsystems to teams, Designing
business processes relating to the subsystems, Design of the data models of the subsystems, Design of
relations amon
g subsystems, Design of procedures and inputs, Design of input control, Design of
outputs, tools to be used for design: process modeling software (e.g. ARIS), or a CASE tool (e.g. Easy
Case)

Name of the subject:

Basics of IT Security I.

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NSTIB1SANC

Dr Hermann Gyula

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

Objectives

In the framework of this subject the basic concepts of information systems, including communication
networking as well as attack techniques and
defense possibilities and tools will be discussed.

Syllabus

Concept of Information Security

Security requirements of a system from the point of view of application, Overview of national and
international standards and recommendations regarding
information security

Vulnerabilities

Threats to hardware, software and data, weak points and risk analysis

Cryptography as a Security Tool

Mathematical foundations of cryptography, protocols of cryptography, cryptography techniques
(electronic codebook,
block linking, feedback of encryption) and algorithms (DES, IDEA, CAST,
public key algorithms), the PGP system and its use, key management

Foundations of Network Security

Attacking types (service denial, buffer overload, Trojans, intercepted transmission),

identifying the
weak, firewalls (package filter, dynamic tool, proxy, NAT) VPN, safe linking of users, burglary
alarm systems, Analysis of Windows NT, Windows 2000 and XP, as well as Novell NetWare and
UNIX (Linux) operating systems from the point of view

of security, making workstations safe

Name of the subject:

Basics of IT Security II.

NEPTUN
-
Code:

NSTIB2SANC

Dr Hermann Gyula

Title:

ass. prof.

ass. prof.

Course description:

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Objectives

The course enables students to deepen and
implement their knowledge acquired in Fundamentals of
Informatics Security I.

Syllabus of Laboratory Sessions

Application of various simple cryptographic methods, Application and analysis of public key
encryption (PGP), Simulating attacks and defenses on

networks, Installing a firewall and analysis of its
operation, Analysis of actual security drawbacks of Windows NT or XP, as well as demonstration of
corrections, Analysis of actual security drawbacks of Linux, as well as demonstration of corrections