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SCHEME OF EXAMINATION FOR B.TECH. DEGREE COURSE Seventh Semester Examination (Information Technology) (w.e.f.2004-2005)
Course Subject No.
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Examination Schedule Theory Sess. Pract.
Total Duration Marks of Exam
VII Semester B.Tech. (Information Technology)
Duration 3 firs
Introduction to computer graphics, Point plotting technique, Coordinate system, line drawing algorithm, circle generators, Line drawing display, storage tube display, refresh line drawing display.
Point and positioning drive, light pen, mouse, tablet, Input technique, Positioning technique and character recognition.
Basic transformation, homogenous coordinate system, composite and other transformation, Point and line clipping, polygon clipping, text clipping, view planes. Raster graphics fundamentals, solid area scan conversion, interactive raster graphics, raster graphics systems. .
Curve and surfaces, Beizier and B-spline method, perspective depth, hidden surface elimination, depth buffer algorithm, scan line coherence and area coherence algorithm, priority algorithm.
Device independent graphics system, graphics system design, case studies of graphic kernel system.
I. Hernn & Baker - Computer Graphics, 2nd Ed. PHI
2. Rogers: Principles of Computer graphics, McGraw Hill
3. Folay- Fundamentals of Interactive Computer Graphics, Addison Wesley.
4. Harrington - Computer Graphics -- A programming approach
5. Newmann & Sprawl - Introduction to Interactive Computer Graphics, MGII.
Introduction to optical communications. Fibres and their characteristics. Propagation of
Light in optic fibers: modal dispersion, material dispersion and attenuation, numerical aperture, figure of merit. Single mode. Multi mode step index and graded index fibers, Fibers manufacture. Light sources. Light emitting diodes and their characteristics, switching speed, spectral and spatial distribution of output, modulation response.
Basics of lasers. Semiconductor lr1sers. Transmitter and receivers. Optical multiplexers and demultiplexer. Optical amplifiers and repeaters. Photodetectors.
Introduction to DWDM. ITU channel specifications. DWDM Network Topologies. ISDN overview conceptual view of ISDN- ISDN standards - service capabilities, Teleservices protocol architecture.- facsimi1e teletex . Message handling systems.
ISDN Interfaces and functions-transmission structure-user network interface configurations - ISDN protocol architecture- ISDN connections -terminal adaptation addressing networking.
ISDN physical layer –line coding technique basic user network interface primary rate user network interface-u interface
ISDN Data link layer-LAPD, bearer channel link control using 1.465/V 120, frame mode hearer service and protoco1. ISDN call control, frame relay connection control, signaling system number 7: SS& architecture, signaling-data link level. Signaling link 1evel, signaling network level signaling connection control part-ISDN user part.
ATM Networking- ATM as asynchronous technology, ATM cell and its structures.
ATM Networks. ATM position in the OSI reference model, B-ISDN protocol reference model. ATM functions and layers, ATM signaling principles.. ATM performance: merging voice, audio Data and video. ATM traffic control, ATM operation and maintenance, ATM references configurations.
ATM protocol stack- the lower layers: fiber based networks, fiber based network advantages, fiber modes. ATM physical layer media, AT transmission convergence sublayer. The ATM layer. ATM switching principle, ATM OAMM functions, signaling. Upper layers: ATM adaptation layer functions, ATM services.
1. ISDN and Broadband ISDN -- William Stallings McMillan Pub Co
2. Broadband communication-- Balaji Kumar - McGraw Hill
3. Integrated Broadband Networks - handel &. Huber -Addison Wesley.
4. Introduction to ATM networking - Walter J Coralski - McGraw Hill Ins'.
5. Optical Networks - A Practical Perspective, Rajiv Rarnaswami. Kumar Sivarajan
- Morgan Kaufman. '
6. High Speed Digit:1 Transmission Networking – Gilbert Held John Wiliy & Sons. 7. Introduction to DWDM Technology. S.V. Kartalopouhs, IEEE Press.
VII Semester B.Tech. ( Information Technology)
Duration 3 Hrs
Compilers and translators, the structure or a compiler, different states in the construction of a compiler.
Finite Automata and Lexical Analysis - language for specifying lexical analyzers, implementation of lexical analyzers.
Syntax specification of programming languages, context free grammars, derivation and
parse trees. .
Parsers, shift reduce parsing, operator-precedence parsing, top-down parsing, predictive parsers. LR parsers, the canonical collection of LR(O} items, constructing SLR parsing tables, constructing canonical LR parsing tables, constructing LALR parsing tables,
implementation of LR parsing tables. .
Syntax directed translation schemes; implementation of syntax directed translators,
intermediate code, .postfix notation, parse trees and syntax trees, three address code, quadruples, and triples, translation of assignment staternents, Boolean expression control statements.
Symbol table, contents and data structures, representing scope information.
Run time storage administration, implementation or a simple stack allocation scheme, implementation of block-structured languages, storage allocation in block structured language
Error detection and recovery- lexical, syntactic-phase errors, semantic errors detection and recovery.
Code Optimization: Thc principal sources or optimization, loop optimization, The DAG representation of basic blocks, value numbers and algebraic laws, global data flow analysis.
Object programs ,problems in code generation, a machine model ,a simple code generator, register allocation and assignment, code generation from DAG’s, peephole optimization
I. Aho, A. V. and Ullman J. D. , "Principles of compiler Design", Addison - Wesley
2. Dhamdhere D M, "Compiler construction- Principles and Practice, McMillan,India
3. "Compiler Construction", Learning material series, ISTE, New Delhi
4. Allen Holub, "Compiler Design in C", PHI.
VII Semester Tech. ( Information Technology)
IT-471 IMAGE PROCESSING
Digital 1mage fundamentals. Application of digital image processing. element of digital image processing systems, vidicon camera. Line scan CCD sensor. area sensor. flash A/D
converter - display - elements of visual perception, structure of the human eye,
Luminance, brightness, contrast. mach band effect. image fidelity criteria color models, RGB, CMY, 1,IIS mathematical' preliminaries of 2D systems, convolution, Fourier transform, ZS transform - toeplitz and circular matrices. Orthogonal and unitary
Image transforms, Unitary transform, 20 DFT, DCI'. DST. Discrete wavelet transform, Discrete Hadamard , Walsh, Hotelling transform. SVD transform. Slant. Haar transforms.
Image Enhancement and Restoration: Contrast stretching. intensity Level slicing. Histogram equalization, spatial is averaging. Directional smoothing, Median filtering.
nonlinear filters, maximum. minimum, geometric mean, Harmonic mean contra harmonic mean. LP mean filters, edge detection, Roberts, Sobel. Isotropic. Kinsch, campass
Gradient. Laplacian operators, degradation model - unconstrained and constrained restoration, inverse filtering, removal of blur caused by uniform linear motion, Wiener filtering, geometric transformations for image restoration.
Image compression - Huffman coding, truncated huffman coding . Binary codes. arithmetic coding, hit plane coding contrast area coding, Run length encoding. transform coding JPEG and MI'EG ending schemes.
Image Segmentation, pixel based approach. feature threshold, choice of feature. optimum
threshold, threshold selection methods, region hased approach. legion growing, region splitting, region merging, split and merge.
I. Gonzalez, R. C. and Woods, R. E. "Digital Image processing", Addison Wesley, 2. A. K. Jain, "Fundamentals of Digital Image processing": 1'111
3. Umbaugh, S. E. Computer vision and image processing, prentice hall int. NJ
4. W. Pratt. "Digital image Processing", Wiley Inter-science.
VIII Semester Tech. ( Information Technology)
IT'-452 INFORMATION TECH. APPLICATJON
Integrated Management Information Seamless Integration- Supply Chain management lntegrated Data, Model-Benefits of ERP business engineering and ERP- Definition of Business Engineering-principle of business engineering - Business engineering with
information technology .
Building the businesses model, ERP Implementation - an overview - Role of consultant, Vendors and Users, Customization - Precautions, ERP Post implementation options,
ERP implementation technology, Guidelines for ERP implementation.
ERP domain MPGPRO -IFS /Avalon - Industrial and financial systems, Baan, IV SAP market dynamics and dynamic strategy,
Multi client server solution - Open technology - User interface - Application Integration.
Basic architectural concepts, The system control interface, services, Presentation Interface - Database Interface.
1. V. K. Garg & N. K. Venkita Krishna, "Enterprise Resource Planning - Concepts
and Practice,”PHI 1998
'2.Jost Antonio Fernandz "The SAP' R/3 Handbook", TMH, New Delhi
1. W. S. Jawadekar, "Management Information Systems". McGraw Hill
2. J. Karnter, "Management lnformation Systems", PHI
3.D. Kroenke, "Management Information Systems", TMH, New Delhi
4. J. O’Brien, "Management Information Systems", TMH New Delhi.
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