Sunday, 20 May 2012

Shivaji University, Kolhapur SYLLABUS/ STRUCTURE (REVISED from June- 2009) T.E. Information Technology (Semester – V & VI )


Note:

1. The term work as prescribed in the syllabus is to be periodically and jointly assessed by a team of teachers from the concerned department.2
2. In case of tutorials, students of different batches be assigned problems of different types and be guided for the solution of the problem during tutorial session. Problems thus solved be
translated into computer programs wherever applicable and executed by respective batches
during practical session.
3. The assignments of tutorials and practicals need to be submitted in the form of soft copy and /
or written journal.
4. Breakup of term work marks shall be as follows:
Mid-semester test – 5 marks.
End-semester test – 5 marks.
Tutorial assignments and / or practical performance – 15 marks.

TE (Information Technology) Semester - V

1. Operating Systems – I

Lecture : 3 hrs/week Theory: 100 Marks
Practical : 2 hrs/week T/W : 25 Marks
OE : 25 Marks

SECTION – I

1. Introduction:
What is an operating system?, Types of Operating System-Batch operating systems,
Multiprogramming operating system , Time sharing systems, Real time system,
Parallel system, Distributed system Different views of operating systems-Command
language use ‘s’ view of operating system, system call user ‘s’ view’s of the
operating system. (4)
2. Process Management:
Process Concept, Process Scheduling, operating system service for process management
– CREATE, DELETE, ABROT, SUSPEND, RESUME, DELAY. etc., Cooperating
process, Threads, Inter-process Communication (Algorithms evaluation). (4)
3. Process Scheduling:
Basic concept ,Scheduling Criteria , Types of scheduling Long terms medium term and
short term scheduler, Scheduling Algorithms, Multiple processor scheduling , Real time
scheduling. (4)
4. Inter process Synchronization & Communication:
Background , Classical problems of synchronization , Critical Region , The critical
section problem , Synchronization Hardware, Mutual exclusion ,Semaphores,
Producers / consumer problem, producer and consumers with an unbounded buffer,
producer and consumer with a bounded buffer, Monitors, messages. (6)

SECTION – II

5. Memory Management:
Background, Logical Versus Physical Address space, Swapping Contiguous Allocation,
Paging, Segmentation , Segmentation with paging. (6)
6. Virtual Memory:
Background, Demand paging, Page replacement, Page replacement algorithms,
Allocation of frames, Thrashing(Only concept), Demand segmentation. (6)
7. Input / Output:
The input /output problem- asynchronous operation, speed gap: CPU v/s Peripherals,
input –output interface –buffer register, command register, status I/O port examples,
USART, PIT, Program controlled I/O – Controlling a single device and controlling
multiple devices, Interrupt driven I/O- controlling a single device and multiple device
concurrent I/O. (6)

Text Books:
1. Operating Systems – concepts and design –Milan Milenkovic (TMGH)
2. Operating system Concepts – Silberschatz Galvin

Reference Book:

1. Operating Systems – Madnick Domnovan (MGH)
2. Operating system-K.S.Sumitradevi,N.P.Banashree (SPD Publication)
3. Operating Systems concepts – James Peter.
4. Operating Systems Design and Implementation – Tanenbaum (PHI)
5. Unix system - B Morgan.
6. A practical Guide to Unix system V – Mark G. Sobell (Benjamin /cummings Pub.)

Term Work:

It should consist of 10 experiment of implementation on the above mentioned topics
based on UNIX operating system.

Proposed List of Experiment :

1. Study of Unix Operating System
2. Study & Implementation of General Utilities , Directory & File Utilities
3. Study & Implementation of File Security & Text Manipulation Utility sed, awk,
grep
4. Study & Implementation of building block primitive like redirect I/O and pipe
5. Implementation of Scheduling Algorithms.
6. Study & Implementation of process related utilities
7. Study & implementation of Producers / consumer problem
8. Study & implementation of utilities for the advanced system administrator
Like useradd, passwd, df, du, find, fdisk, mkfs
9. Study & implementation of Shell programming
10. Study of system startup & init
11. Unix Commands
12. Multithreading (Chat application)
13. Implementation of scheduling algorithms
14. Semaphore implementation
15. Implementation of IPC using message
16. Implementation of IPC using shared memory
17. Producer-consumer problem for bounding and unbinding buffer
18. Memory allocation algorithm (best-fit, first-fit, worst-fit).

TE (Information Technology) Semester - V

2. Computer Networks

Lecture : 4 hrs/week Theory : 100 Marks
Practical : 2 hrs/week T/W : 25 Marks
POE : 50 Marks

SECTION-I

1. Introduction to Computer Network: (2)
Overview of OSI layer Model and TCP/IP protocol model, Addressing, Underlying
technologies for LANs, WANs, and Switched WANs.
2. Data Link Layer (6)
Design issues for Data Link Layers, Framing methods, Error control: detection and correction, Flow control, Elementary Data Link protocols, Sliding window Protocols, Go back n, Selective repeat.
3. Medium Access Control Sub layer: (6)
Static and Dynamic channel allocation, Multiple Access protocols ALHOA, CSMA, Collision Free Protocols, Ethernet: IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.4, IEEE 802.5 standards, Wireless LANS 802.11 standards
4. Network Layer: (8)
IPv4 Addresses: Classful Addressing Other Issues, Sub-netting and Super netting, Class less Addressing, Delivery, Forwarding and routing; Routing methods: Shortest path, Link state, Distance vector routing and broadcast routing, Congestion control algorithms: Principles, Congestion prevention policies, congestion control in datagram subnet, Load Shedding, Jitter Control.

SECTION -II

5. Internet Protocol: (8)
IP Data gram format, Fragmentation and reassembly models, ARP, RARP, ICMP, IGMP
6. Transport Layer: (8)
The Transport service primitives,
UDP: Process to Process communication, User Datagram Format, Operation and uses of UDP. TCP: TCP Services and Features, TCP segment format, TCP Connections, Flow and error control in TCP, TCP Timers; Berkeley Sockets: Socket Addresses, Elementary Socket system calls byte ordering and address conversion routines, connectionless iterative server, connection oriented concurrent server, TCP and UDP Client server Programs.
7. Routing Protocols: (3)
Introduction and background,RIP OSPF, BGP.
8. The Application layer: (3)
DNS, Electronic Mail, WWW, Multimedia

Text Books:

1. TCP/IP protocol suit – Behrouz A. Forouzen (Tata Mag. Hill)
2. Computer Networks – Andrew S. Tanenbaum (PHI)
3. Unix Network Programming – W. Richard Stevens (PHI)

Reference Books:

1. TCP/IP Illustrated, The Protocols, Vol. I – W. Richard Stevens, G. Gabrani (Pearson
Education.)
2. Internetworking with TCP/IP, Vol. I, Principles, Protocols, and Architectures (4th Ed.) –
D. E. Comer (Pearson Ed.)
3. Internetworking with TCP/IP, Vol. III, Client-Server Programming and Applications
(2nd Ed.) – D. E. Comer, David L. Stevens (Pearson Ed.)

Term Work: It should consist of 10-12 experiments based on the syllabus and should be
implemented by using Socket Programming. The study experiments should consist of some practical work and observations.
Set of assignments is listed below:
1. Study and demo of LAN, WAN and various connecting devices and components
List out component and devices required for a std. LAN, WAN
2. Study, design and configuration of IEEE 802.3 Ethernet and IEEE 802.11 Wireless
LANs (Referring RFCs)
3. Study of following connectivity test tools with all its options –
ifconfig, arp, route, traceroute
nmap, netstat, finger
4. Implementing Framing methods
5. Implementing Elementary data link protocol (Stop & wait protocol)
6. Implementation of Error correction and Error detection codes
7. Program to understand IP addressing, classful & classless addressing.
8. Implementation of sliding window protocol.
9. Implement shortest path routing algorithm
10. Programs for connection oriented (TCP) client-server using socket programming
11. Programs for connection less (UDP) client-server using socket programming
12. Study of network protocol analyzer (Ethereal or Wire-Shark) and understanding packet formats for UDP, TCP, ARP, ICMP protocols.

TE (Information Technology) Semester - V

3. Object Oriented Modeling & Design

Lectures : 3 hrs/week Theory : 100 Marks
Practicals : 2 hrs/week T/W : 25 Marks

SECTION – I

1. Introduction:
Object Oriented development & themes, evidence for usefulness, modeling as a Design
Technique. (2)
2. Object Modeling:
Objects, classes, links and associations, generalization and inheritance, grouping
Constructs, aggregation, abstract classes, generalization as extension and restriction,
multiple inheritance, metadata, candidate keys and inheritance. (5)
3. Dynamic & Functional Modeling:
Events, states, operations, concurrency, nested state diagrams, advanced dynamic
modeling concepts, relation of object and dynamic models, DFD, relation of
functional to object and dynamic models (4)
4. Design Methodology:
Preview of OMT technology, Impact of an object oriented approach, Analysis, System
design with examples, Combining models, Designing models, Designing algorithms,
Optimization of design, control. Associations, Physical packaging, Comparing
methodologies using structure analysis and design, Jackson’s structured development
Information modeling notation and object oriented works. (7)

SECTION – II

5. Implementation of OMT:
Use of programming language and database system, Object oriented style, feature of
object-oriented languages, Applications of OMT like object diagram compiler,
Computer animation, Electrical distribution design system. (4)
6. Structural Modeling using UML:
Classes, Relationships, Common mechanisms. Diagrams, Class Diagrams, Interfaces,
Types and Roles, Packages, Instances and Object Diagram (4)
7. Behavioral Modeling using UML:
Interactions, Use cases, Use case diagram, Interaction Diagrams and Activity diagrams,
Events and signals, State Machines, Processes and Threads, Time and space, State chart diagrams. (5)
8. Architectural Modeling using UML:
Components, Deployment, Collaboration, Patterns and Frame works, Component
diagrams and Deployment Diagrams. (5)

Text Books:

1. Object Oriented Modeling and Design - Rambaugh, Premerlani, Eddy, Lorenson
(PHI)
2. The Unified Modeling Language User Guide - Grady Booch, Jeams Rambaugh, Ivar
Jacotson (Addison Wesley)

References:

1. Object Oriented Analysis and Design – Andrew High (TMG)
2. Practical Object Oriented Design with UML – Mark Priestley.
3. Object oriented Analysis & design – Kahate (TMH)

Term Work:

Term Work should be based on Mini Project Development on real world problem using
object oriented modeling tools. Use of Open source tools should be preferred.

TE (Information Technology) Semester - V

4. System Softwares

Lecture : 3 Hrs/Week Theory : 100 marks

SECTION – I
1. Language Processors:
Introduction, language processing activities, Fundamentals of language processing,
Fundamentals of language, Specification, language Processor development tools. (6)
2. Assemblers:
Elements of assembly language programming, A simple assembly scheme, Pass
structure of assemblers, design of a two pass assembler, A single pass assembler for
IBM PC. (6)
3. Macros and Macro Processors:
Macro definition and call, Macro Expansion, Nested macro calls, Advanced macro
facilities, Design of macro preprocessor. (5)

SECTION – II

1. Compilers and Interpreters:
Input & Lexical Analysis, Context free grammars, top-down parsing, bottom-up arsing,
code generation, memory allocation, compilation of expressions, compilation of control
structures, code optimization, Interpreters. (7)
2. Linker and Loader :
Relocation and linking concepts, design of a linker, Self-relocating programs, A linker
for MS DOS, Linking for overlays, Loaders. (6)
3. Open Source Softwares :
gcc, gdb, ddd, lex and yacc. (5)

Text books :

1. System Programming & operating systems – 2nd Edition D.M. Dhamdhere
(TMGH)
2. System Programming -- J. J. Donovan (Mc-Graw Hill)
3. Compilers - Principles, Techniques and Tools - A.V. Aho, R. Shethi and
J.D.Ullman ( Pearson Education.)

TE (Information Technology) Semester - V
5. Organizational Management & Behavior

Lectures : 3 Hrs/Week Theory : 100 Marks

SECTION – I

1. Functions of Management:
Definition of Management, Management environment, Planning – Need, Objectives,
Strategy, Policies, Procedures, Levels Planning, Decision making, Forecasting,
Organizing - Principles of Organization, Departmentation, Organizational relationship,
Authority, responsibility, Delegation, Span of control, Leading - Communication
process, barriers, Remedies, Motivation, Importance, Theories, Herzbergs theory,
Maslow’s theory, McGragers Theory, Leadership Style, Controlling – Process,
Requirements for control. (5)
2. Operation & financial Management:
Definition of operation management, nature & scope plant, location, layout and
quality control, Sources of Finance, Financial Institutions, Financial Statements,
Balance Sheet and P. & L. Account (Contents only) Use & Importance, Elements of
Cost, Allocation of Overheads, Costing Techniques (Elementary treatment only) Breakeven
analysis and its applications. (5)
3. Marketing & Material Management:
Marketing Concept - Objectives, types of markets, Market segmentation, Marketing
Strategies – 4 AP’s of Marketing, Market Research, Salesmanship, Advertising, Scope
and Objectives of material management, Purchasing – Procedure, Policies, Vender
Selection and rating, Stores Management, Inventory Control- Nature of Scope, ABC
Analysis, VED analysis, EOQ & Various Levels. (4)
4. TQM & ISO.
Strategies, policies & Strategic MGT. Quality Audit, Quality function Diplomat, Sixsigma,
CMM level. (4)

SECTION – II

5. Organization Behavior:
Managing self competency communication competency ethics and culture, Team
competency Preparation and attribution-perception process selection Organization
attributions, Motivation Process concept and process models of Motivation
performance goal setting and reward systems. Work Stress-nature Source efforts Stress
management. (4)
6. Group And Impersonal Processes:
Group and team behavior, development team effectiveness decision making Power and
behavior Managing human resources, Human resource planning Hiring and Training
Performance Appraisal Conflict management, Levels of Conflict, Conflict handling and
Management. (4)
7. Organizational Design :
Key factors mechanistic and organic system types information processing Factors
functional design product, Matrix organization network organization,
Communications. (4)
8. Organizational Culture:
Elements of a culture types pf compact culture performance of organizational Culture
diversity organizational socialization organizational change resistance to change,
change management ethical issues, Controlling and Evaluation in Organization. (6)

Text Books:

1. Essential of management –Koontz and O’Donell.
2. Organizational Behavior (9th Edition) –Don Helriegel, John slocum Richard
Wodman South Western –Thomson Learning

Reference Books:

1. Organizational Behavior – Fred Luthans
2. Organizational Behavior- Staphen robbins
3. Marketing Management –Philip Kotler(PHI).
4. Industrial Engineering and Management.- O.P.Khanna
5. Total Quality Management H. Lal.
6. Personal And Material Management –Rama Swami
7. Operations And Production Management- Patel Chunnawala.
8. Human Resource Management Ashwathappa
9. Human behavior at work –Keith Davis

 TE (Information Technology) Semester - V

6. Application Development Tool-I

Lecture : 2 hrs/week Term work : 25 Marks
Practical : 4 hrs/week POE : 50 Marks

1. Introduction of JAVA Language:
Overview of Java, Difference between C++ & Java, Java buzzwords, Data Types,
Variables, type conversion & casting, Arrays, Operators & Control Statement. (2)
2. Classes & Methods:
Classes fundamentals, Objects & object reference, Methods, Constructer, Garbage
Collection, Overloading methods & constructor, Nested & inner classes, String Class,
Use of Command argument. (3)
3. Inheritance, Packages & Interfaces:
Inheritance, Super class, Abstract Classes, Packages, Interfaces. (3)
4. Exception Handling & Multithreading:
Exception Handling fundamentals, Types of exception, try, catch, throw, throws, finally
statements. Java thread model priority’s , synchronization, messaging creating multiple
threads, Inter threaded communication suspending, resuming & stopping threads. (2)
5. I/O Basics:
Reading & Writing console I/O, PrintWriter Class, Reading & Writing Files. (2)
6. Applet, AWT, Frame:
Applet-Basic, Architecture, Applet Class, Life Cycle of Applet. AWT Classes,
Windows fundamentals, Working with frame window, AWT Controls-Labels, Button,
Checkbox, CheckBoxGroup, Choice, Lists, Scrollbar, TextField, TextArea, Menu,
DialogBox. Swing Controls. (5)
7. Event Handling:
Event Classes, Event Listener Interfaces. (2)
8. Layout Managers.
FlowLayOut, BorderLayOut, GridLayOut, CardLayOut. (1)
9. Database Connectivity.
Basic design of JDBC,JDBC Programming Concepts, Executing Queries. (1)
10. Networking.
Introduction of Socket, ServerSocket. (1)

Text Books:

1. Complete Reference JAVA 2 - Herbert Schildt. (TMGH )
2. Core Java 2 volume II –Advanced Features.
- Cay S. Horstmaan, gary Cornell –Pearson.

Reference Books:
1. Learning Java - Niemeyer & Knudsen – O’REILLY (SPD)
Term work: It should consist of minimum 14 practical assignments based on
above topics. Minimum one assignment on each topic.

TE (Information Technology) Semester - V

7. Mini Project-III
Practical : 2 hrs/week Term work : 25 Marks
Three or Four students (Maximum) in a group will carryout a mini project.
A batch of practical / tutorial should be divided into mini project groups. The faculty
should guide the project group for selection of the topic and the work to be done. The mini project should consist of defining the problem, analyzing, designing the solution and
implementing it using a suitable programming language or tool. A presentation based on the above work is to be given by the group at the end of the semester. The work will be jointly assessed by a team of teachers of the department. A hard copy of project report of the work done is to be submitted along with the project software CD to the department.

TE (Information Technology) Semester - VI
1. Database Engineering

Lectures : 4 Hrs/Week Theory : 100 Marks
Practical: 2 Hrs/Week T.W : 25 Marks
POE : 50 Marks

SECTION – I
1. Introduction:
Purpose of Database Systems, Data abstraction, Data Models, Overall System Design,
Entities and Entity sets, Mapping Constraints, E-R Diagram, Reducing E-R Diagrams
to Tables, Generalization, and Aggregation. (4)
2. Relational Model:
Structure of Relational Databases, the Relational Algebra, the Tuple Relational
Calculus, Structured Query Language (SQL), PL/SQL – Stored Procedures, functions,
trigger, cursor. (7)
3. Integrity Constraints and Design:
Domain Constraints, Referential Integrity, Functional Dependencies, Canonical cover,
Pitfalls in Relational database Design, Decomposition and Normalization using
Functional Dependencies. (7)
4. Storage and File Structure:
Physical storage media, Magnetic Disk, RAID, Tertiary storage, Storage access, File
Organization, Organization of Records in Files, Data Dictionary Storage. (4)

SECTION – II

1. Indexing and Hashing:
Basic Concepts, Indexing, B+ Tree Index Files, B-Tree Index Files, Static Hash
Functions, Dynamic Hash Functions, Comparison of Indexing And Hashing, Multiple
Key Access. (5)
2. Query Processing:
Overview (Query Interpretation), Catalog Information for cost estimation, Measure of
Query cost, Selection operation, sorting, Join operation, Transformation of relational
expression. (5)
3. Concurrency Control:
Transaction concept, Transaction state, Concurrent Executions, Serializability, Testing
for Serializability, Lock-Based Protocols, Graph based Protocols, Time-Stamp Based
Protocols, Validation Techniques and Multiple Granularity. (8)
4. Crash Recovery:
Failure Classification, The storage structure, Log-Based Recovery, Buffer
Management, Checkpoints, Shadow Paging. (4)

Text Book:

1. DataBase System Concept by Henry F. Korth, Abraham Silberschatz,
Sudarshan (McGraw Hill Inc.) Fourth Edition
2. Database Management System – Ram Krishnan
Reference Books:
1. Principles of DataBase Systems by J.D. Ullman (Galgotia Publications)
2. DataBase Design by Wiederhold (McGraw Hill Inc.)
3. Fundamentals of Database Systems – Masri and Navathe ( Bengamin
Cummings, 1989).
4. Database design, application development & administration – Michael V.
5. Mannino(MGH- International Edition).

Term Work :

_ It should consist of minimum 8 experiments based on above topics and should be
implemented as per the note given below.
Set of assignments is listed below:
1. Study of ER model.
2. Study of DDL & DML.
Basic SQL structure-select, from, where clause.
Create table, alter, update, delete, insert, and rename commands.
Queries based on above commands.
3. String, Set operations, aggregate functions, Group by, Order by clause.
Queries based on above commands.
4. Database joins- equijoin, inner join, outer joins & View creation.
Queries based on above commands.
5. Constraints – creating table using all constraints (primary key, foreign key
Not null, unique, check, on delete clause).
Queries based on above commands.
6. Study of Functional dependency & Canonical Cover.
Implementation of closure of Functional dependencies and canonical cover.
7. Study of Normalization & Normal forms.
8. Basics of PL/SQL – Cursors.
9. Trigger: Implement trigger using before & after clause.
10. PL/SQL Procedures, functions.
11. Indexing & Hashing.
_ Implementation of dense and sparse index.
_ Implementation of static and dynamic hashing.
12. Concurrency Control
Write program to simulate any one concurrency control Protocol.
13. Implementation of student database using JDBC-ODBC
Note:
_ Experiment no. 2 to 5 & 8 to 10 should be implemented using RDBMS Package.
Remaining experiments should be implemented using Java without using RDBMS Package.

TE (Information Technology) Semester - VI
2. Operating System – II
Lectures : 4 Hrs/Week Theory : 100 Marks

SECTION – I

1. Overview of the UNIX System. 2
System structure , user perspective , Operating System services, assumption about H/W.
2. Introduction to kernel 3
Architecture of UNIX operating system, introduction to system concepts, kernel data
structure, system administration.
3. The Buffer Cache : 5
Buffer headers, structure of the buffer pool, scenarios for retrieval of a buffer, reading and writing disk blocks, advantages and disadvantages of cache.
4. Internal Representation of Files : 6
Inodes, structure of the regular file, directories, conversion of a pathname to inode, super block, inode assignment to a new file, allocation of disk blocks, other file types.
5. The Structure of process : 6
Process stages and transitions, layout of system memory, the context of a process, Saving context of a process, manipulation of the process address space.

SECTION – II

6. Process Control & Scheduling : 6
Process creation, signals, process termination, awaiting process termination, invoking other programs, the user id of a process, the shell, system Boot and the Init process. Process Scheduling, system call for time, clock.
7. Introduction to the Architectureof Symbian OS : 6
History of Symbian OS, Design Goals and Architecture , Basic Design Patterns of Symbian OS , Why Architecture Matters , Symbian OS Layer by Layer , The Key Design Patterns , The Application Perspective , Symbian OS Idioms , Platform Security from Symbian OS v9 .
8. The Symbian OS Layered Model 2
Introduction , Basic Concepts , Layer-by-Layer Summary of the Symbian OS v9.3
Model , What the Model Does Not Show , History.
9 The UI Framework Layer and The Application Services Layer 6
Introduction ,Purpose , Design Goals , Overview , Architecture A Short History of the UI
Architecture ,Component Collections, Legacy Application Engines
10 The OS Services Layer 4
Introduction , Purpose , Design Goals ,Overview , Architecture , Generic OS Services Block ,
Multimedia and Graphics Services Block , Connectivity Services Block

Text Book :
1. The design of Unix Operating System - Maurice J. Bach (PHI)
2. The Symbian OS Architecture Sourcebook – Ben Morris(Willey).

TE (Information Technology) Semester – VI

3. Software Testing And Quality Assurance
Lectures : 3 Hrs/Week Theory : 100 Marks

SECTION – I

1. Software Measurement :
Measurement in software engineering, Classifying software measures, applying
the Framework, software measurement validation. (6)
2. Software metrics data collection:
Definition, storing, extraction and collection of data, analyzing software measurement
data analyzing results of experiments, simple analysis techniques, more advanced
methods, Overview of statistical test. (6)
3. Software Engineering Measurement:
Size: software size, length, reuse, functionality, complexity. Structure: Types of
structure measure, control flow structure, Modularity and information flow
attributes, Object oriented metrics, Data structures. (6)

SECTION – II

4. External product attributes:
Modeling software quality, Measuring aspect of quality. (4)
5. Software reliability:
Basics of reliability theory, Software reliability problem, Parametric Reliability
growth models, Predictive accuracy, Importance of operational environment,
Wider aspects of software reliability. (6)
6. Making process predictions:
Goal estimates, Cost estimation: problems and approaches, Models of effort and cost,
Problem with existing modeling methods, Dealing with problems of current
estimation methods, Implications for process predictions. (6)
7. Case study of testing tools:
TESTCOMPLETE (3)

Text Books:

1. Software Metrics – A rigorous & practical approach -Norman Fenton, Shari Lawrence
Pfleeger (THOMSON – BROOKS)
2. Software Testing – Renu Rajani, Pradeep Oak
3. URL-http://www.automatedqa.com/products/testcomplete/

TE (Information Technology) Semester - VI
4. Internet Technology

Lecture : 4 hrs/week Theory : 100
Practical : 2 hrs/week T/W : 25 Marks
POE : 50 Marks

SECTION-I

1. Client server model & socket interface:
The Socket Interface, The Client Server model and Software design, Concurrent
processing in client-server software, Algorithms and issues in Client-Server design,
Multiprotocol Servers, Multiservice Servers, Concurrency in clients, Unix Internet
Super server (inetd). (7)
2. Next Generation IPv6 and ICMPv6:
IPV6 addresses, packet format, ICMPV6, Transaction from IPV4 to IPV6. (4)
3. BOOTP, DHCP and Domain name system:
Name Space, Domain Name Space, Distribution of name space, and DNS in internet,
Resolution, DNS massages, Types of records, Compression examples, encapsulation.
BOOTP, DHCP (6)
4. Remote Login: TELNET and File Transfer FTP, TFTP:
Concept, NVT, Embedding, Options & options/sub-option negotiation, controlling the
server, Out-of-band signaling, Escape charter, Mode of operation, user interface.
FTP: Connections, Communication, Command processing, File transfer, User interface,
Anonymous FTP, TFTP. (6)

SECTION-II

5. Electronic mail: SMTP, POP, IMAP
Architecture, User agents, addresses, delayed delivery, Aliases, Mail transfer agent:
SMTP commands & responses, mail transfer phases, MIME, Mail Delivery, mail
access protocols, SNMP. (7)
6. World Wide Web – HTTP
Architecture, Web Documents, HTTP Transaction, Request & Response messages:
header & examples, Persistent vs. non persistent HTTP, Proxy Servers (6)
7. Multimedia in Internet
Streaming stored Audio/Video, Streaming Live Audio/Video, Real-Time
Interactive Audio/Video, Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP), Real-time Transport
Control Protocol (RTCP), and Voice over IP (VoIP): Session Initiation Protocol
(SIP) and H.323 (6)
8. Protocol analyzing and Simulation tools
Tcpdump, Wire-shark, ethereal, Study of Network Simulator 2 (NS-2) - installation,
configuration, NS simulator preliminaries, working with trace files, Example
scripts. (4)

Text Books:

4. TCP/IP protocol suite – Behrouz A. Forouzen (Tata Mag. Hill)
5. Internetworking with TCP/IP, Vol. III, Client-Server Programming and
Applications (2nd Ed.) – D. E. Comer, David L. Stevens (Pearson Ed.)
6. Unix Network Programming – W. Richard Stevens (PHI)

Reference Books:

1. TCP/IP Illustrated, The Protocols, Vol. I – W. Richard Stevens, G. Gabrani
(Pearson Ed.)
2. Internetworking with TCP/IP, Vol. I, Principles, Protocols, and Architectures (4th
22
Ed.) – D. E. Comer (Pearson Ed.)
3. NS Simulator for beginners - Lecture Notes by Eiten Altman and Tania Jimenez
(http://www-sop.inria.fr/maestro/personnel/Eitan.Altman/COURS-NS/n3.pdf)

Term work: It should consist of 10 to 12 assignments to be implemented on Linux/Unix. Following is the minimum list of Practical Problems. The Teacher/student is supposed to choose 1 or 2 other new assignments based on the syllabus to fulfill the requirement.
1. Client program using UDP to connect to well known services (echo, time of the day
service etc.).
2. Implementing concurrent TCP multiservice client/server.
3. Implementing Iterative UDP client/server.
4. Write a program to implement echo server using IPv6 socket.
5. Study of following DNS Tools with all its options.
nslookup, dig, host, whois
6. Implement trivial file transfer protocol (TFTP).
7. Write program to send a mail using SMTP commands and receive a mail using POP3
commands.
8. Developing Personal Website with database connectivity.
9. Capturing & Analyzing operation of various application layer protocols using network
protocol analyzer. (Wireshark and tcpdump)
10. Installation, configuration of NS-2 and Simulation of simple protocols using NS-2
scripts (Ref.: http://www.isi.edu/nsnam/)
11. Study of various streaming multimedia protocols in Internet (Using various audio/video streaming services on the Internet)

TE (Information Technology) Semester - VI
5. Information System Security
Lectures : 3 Hrs/Week Theory : 100 Marks

SECTION – I

1. Symmetric Ciphers :
Overview – Services, Mechanism and Attacks, The OSI Security. Architecture, A
model for network security Overview of Classical Encryption techniques Block Cipher
and Data Encryption Standard – Simplified DES, Block. Chiper principles, The Data
Encryption Standard, The strength of DES, Block Cipher design principles. (7)
2. Asymmetric Ciphers :
Public Key Cryptography and RSA – Principles of Public Key Cryptosystems, The
RSA Algorithm Key management ; Other public key cryptosystems – Key
Management, Diffie- Hellman Key Exchange, Message Authentication and HASH
Functions – Authentication requirements, Authentication Functions, Message
Authentication Codes, Hash Functions, Digital Signatures and Authentication Protocols
– Digital Signatures, Authentication Protocols, Digital Signature Standard. (10)

SECTION – II

3. Network Security practice:
Authentication Applications – Kerberos, X.500 Authentication Service Electronic Mail
Security – Pretty Good Privacy, S/MIME IP Security – IP Security Overview, IP
Security Architecture, WEB Security – Web Security Considerations, Secure Socket
Layer and Transport Layer Security, Secure Electronic Transaction. (8)
4. System Security:
Intruders – Intruders, Intruder detection, Password Management, Malicious Software –
Viruses and Related Threats, Virus Countermeasures, Firewall design principles,
Trusted system. (6)
5. Issues in digital security :
Legal, Privacy and Ethical issues in digital security Program and data Protection by
patents, copyrights and trademarks, information and the law, computer crime, privacy,
ethical issues in digital security and codes of professional ethics. (4)

Text Book:

1. Williams Stallings – Cryptography and Network security principles and practices.
Pearson Education (LPE)
Reference Books:
1. Menezes, A.J., P.C.Van Oorschot, and S.A. Vanstone, “Handbook of Applied
Cryptography”
2. Schneir, Bruce, “Applied Cryptography : Protocols and Algorithms”
3. Cryptography and network security – Atul Kahate (TMGH)
4. Network Security private communication in a practice – char tic Kaufman, Radio Perl
man, Mike spicier (2nd Edition Pearson Print ice Hall)

TE (Information Technology) Semester - VI
6. Application Development Tool –II

Lecture : 2 hrs/week Term work : 25 Marks
Practical : 4 hrs/week OE : 25 Marks

1. Introduction to .net: What is .net, Why .net, Advantages.
2. Dotnet framework: Three tier architecture, CLR, MSIL, JIT, CLS, CTS,
Namespaces, Languages.
3. Language fundamentals: Data types - Value types , Reference types, Variable
declaration and initialization, Operations, Conditional statements, Looping , statements,
Arrays , Structures , Enumerators.
4. OOPs concepts: Class and object, Types of classes, Creating and using namespaces,
Passing arguments to methods – pass by in, out, param, address, Encapsulation,
Abstraction, Inheritance, Overloading .
5. Delegates and Events: Learning about delegates, Delegates as base events, User
defined events.
6. File handling: System.IO namespace, Path, File, and directory classes, Reading and writing with files, StreamReader and StreamWriter class.
7. GUI Programming: Introduction to GUI Application and their components,
Elements of GUI – controls, methods, properties, events, Form, Controls, Creating and
using MDI application.
8. Database programming with ADO.NET: Overview of ADO.NET ,
Namespaces, Classes, Data retrieval methods – connected , disconnected, Datatable,
Dataset, Dataview , Using the Data Controls.

Reference Books:
1. Microsoft Visual C# 2005 Step by Step - Author - John sharp
2. Beginning Visual C# 2005 Express Edition: From Novice to Professional
- Peter Wright.
3. Programmer's Introduction to C# 2.0- Gunnerson and Wienholt

Termwork: It should consist of minimum 14 practical assignments based on thesyllabus covering the following.
1. Language introduction – any program including variable declaration, looping etc.
2. Based on oops – class, inheritance, partial class, passing arguments etc.
3. Using events and delegates
4. Based on windows programming
5. File handling – xml can be introduced
6. Database programming – connected
7. Database programming – disconnected, use of dataset, dataadapter, dataview

TE (Information Technology) Semester - VI

7. Soft Skills
Tutorials : 2 hrs/week Term work : 25 Marks
Practical: 2 hrs/week OE : 25 Marks

The objective of this course is to enable students to acquire and enhance communication and
professional skills required for personality development, corporate business and
entrepreneurship skills. The syllabi contents are as per the modules proposed by Infosys
Technologies Ltd., Pune region.
During the tutorial and practical sessions, it is expected that the contents of all modules
should be delivered to the students of different batches and assignments be given based on the
activities discussed as per the modules. Evaluation of the term work should be done on
continuous basis and two tests (mid term and end term tests) should be conducted. Students
must demonstrate the acquired skills by means of giving presentations, group discussions,
interviews, etc. The modules proposed are as under.
1. Art of communication
Communication Theory
Barriers and Filters
Active Listening
Non Verbal Communication
Feedback and Response
Body Language
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2. Hidden data of communication
Dealing with feelings
Assertiveness
Self – confidence
Emotional Intelligence
3. World of teams
Team concept
Elements of team work
Formation of a team
Team based activities
4. Adapting to corporate life
Corporate Grooming and dressing
Business Etiquette
Business Ethics
Dinning Etiquette
Ethics policy
5. Discussions, decisions and presentations
What are group discussions
Types of Group Discussions
Presentations
Decision making
Interview Skills
Resume Writing.
6. Any other module as and when proposed by Infosys.

Shivaji University, Kolhapur
Equivalences of T.E. (IT) for repeater students
TE (IT) Sem.-V
Sr.no. TE (IT) –I (Pre-Revised) Equivalent / Replacement subject (Revised)
1 Computer organization &
Architecture
Computer organization & Architecture of SE (IT)
Sem-IV
2 Operating Systems - I Operating Systems - I of TE (IT) Sem - V
3 Computer Networks - II Computer Networks of TE (IT) Sem - V
4 Software Engineering Software Engineering of SE (IT) Sem -IV
5 Digital Communication Digital Communication Concepts.

6 Application Development
Tool-I
Application Development Tool-I of TE (IT) Sem - V
T.E. (IT) Sem.-VI
Sr.no. TE (IT) II (Pre-Revised) Equivalent / Replacement subject (Revised)
1 Image Processing Image Processing Concepts.
2 Operating System – II Operating Systems – II of TE (IT) Sem - VI
3 Database Engineering Database Engineering of TE (IT) Sem - VI
4 Organizational Management
and Behavior.
Organizational Management and Behavior of TE
(IT) Sem -V
5 Internet Technology Internet Technology of TE (IT) Sem – VI
6. Application Development
Tool-II
Application Development Tool-II of TE (IT)

Sem - VI
Note : The syllabus for the replaced subjects is as given below.
Digital Communication Concepts

SECTION-I

1. Introduction to communication systems: 3
Modulation schemes, Bandwidth requirements and noise.
2. Information Theory: 4
Introduction to information theory, Average and mutual information, Entropy, Joint and
conditional entropy. Rate of information, Redundancy, channel capacity, Entropy coding.
3. Probability and Stochastic process: 6
Random variables, Probability distribution and densities, Random process, Stationary,
Statistical averages.
4. Source Coding: 6
Uniform, non uniform quantization .PCM, APCM, DPCM, ADPCM, DM, Performance of
the above coding schemes (e.g. S/N etc.)

SECTION-II

5. Channel Encoding: 4
Block codes ,Cyclic codes, Convolution codes, Criteria for code selection, Practical
consideration in the application of the code.
6. Carrier Modulation and Detection: 6
ASK, FSK, PSK, BPSK, DPSK, DEPSK, detection schemes.
7. Optimum Detection: 7
Matched filters, Decision theory, Bay’s criterion, Minimum Error criterion, Receiver
operating characteristics.
8. Broadband communication system: 3
Multiplexing, TDM& FDM, Short and long haul systems, Coaxial cable, Fiber optic links,
Microwave links.

References Books:
1. Principles of Digital Communications.- Das, Mullick, Chatterjee.
2. Digital Communication – Proakis.
3. Digital Communication System Design – Roden.
4. Principles of Digital and Analog Communications – J.D. Gibson.
Image Processing Concepts

SECTION – I

1. Image , digitized image & it’s properties : 6
Elements of visual perception & its attributes, Digitised Image - image function,
mathematical representation.Image digitization - Sampling & Quantization,Properties -
distance , pixel adjacency, region, background, holes, brightness, segmentation, border,
edge, convex hull , histograms, color, Noise.
2. Image pre – processing: 6
Brightness transformation, geometric transformation, Local Processing, Image
smoothening and edge detection.
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3. Image enhancement in special domain : 6
Threshold, Edge-based segmentation, Edge relaxation, Border tracing, Hough
transform. Region-based segmentation, Region merging, Region splitting.

SECTION – II

4. Image Enhancement in frequency domain : 6
Fourier Transform,1-D & 2-D, DFT, Handmard Transform , Discrete Cosine
Transforms, Introduction to Wavelet Transform, Application of Image transform.
5. Space reorientation and Detection: 6
Region Identification, Contour-based representation. Chain codes, B-Spline
Reorientation.
6. Image Compression : 6
Redundancy & fidelity criteria , Error free compression, Methods of compression,
standards, Binary , continuous tone still, Video.
Text Books :
1. Computer vision & Image processing - by Milan Sonaka.
2. Digital Image Processing - by Gonzalez ( Addision Wesley)
Reference Books:
1. Elements of Digital Image Processing & Computer Vision – by Andrew Low(MGH)
2. Digital Image Processing - Pratt.
3. Fundamentals of digital Image Processing – by A. K. Jain.

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