4.211-T.Y.B.Sc_.-Computer-Science-Sem-V-VI.pdf - AC Preamble In this era of Computerisation Digitalization and Automation there is barely any field of

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Preamble In this era of Computerisation, Digitalization and Automation, there is barely any field of research or any industry left that is not benefitting from Computer Science or Information Technology. The Graduation course in Computer Science holds big importance in cultivating skilled professionals. The courses of third-year of B.Sc. (Computer Science) are therefore designed in a such way which will develop the students not only as a professional developer but also with the view of research oriented. To enhance programming skills among students Programming holds key indispensable position in any curriculum of Computer Science. It is essential for the learners to know how to use Object Oriented paradigm. This is covered during course of Advanced Java in both fifth and sixth semesters. There is also one dedicated course for Mobile Development catering to modern day needs of Mobile platforms and applications. Today’s world is about connectivity and shared computing. A course in Data Communications and Networking is therefore very apt for the students who are gearing for professional world of applications. Along with these courses Web Computing courses gives enough idea about theories and fundamentals of building robust web interfaces.
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T.Y.B.Sc. (Semester V and VI) Computer Science Syllabus (Credit Based Semester and Grading System) To be implemented from academic year 2017-2018 SEMESTER V Course Topics Credits L / Week USCS501 Data Communication and Networking 2.5 4 USCS502 Advanced Java Programming I 2.5 4 USCS503 Mobile Application Development 2.5 4 USCS504 Data Management using PL/SQL-I 2.5 4 USCSP501 Practical of USCS501 + USCS502 3 8 USCSP502 Practical of USCS503 + USCS504 3 8 SEMESTER VI Course Topics Credits L / Week USCS601 Advanced Networking & Security 2.5 4 USCS602 Advanced Java Programming II 2.5 4 USCS603 Software Engineering and Testing 2.5 4 USCS604 Data Management using PL/SQL-II 2.5 4 USCSP601 Practical of USCS602 + USCS604 3 8 USCSP602 Practical of USCS601 + USCS603 3 8
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SEMESTER V THEORY Course: USCS501 TOPICS (Credits : 2.5 Lectures/Week: 04) Data Communication and Networking Unit I Introduction - Data Communication, Networks, Internet, Intranet, Protocols, OSI & TCP/IP Models, Addressing Physical Layer - Signals, Analog, Digital, Analog VS Digital, Transmission Impairment, Data Rate Limits, Performance Digital Transmission - Line Coding (Unipolar, Polar, Biphase), Block Coding(4B/5B Encoding), Analog to digital conversion, PCM, Transmission Modes, Analog Transmission - Digital to analog conversion(ASK,FSK,PSK, QAM), Analog to Analog conversion 15L Unit II Multiplexing - FDM, WDM, Synchronous TDM(time slots & frames, interleaving, data rate management), Spread Spectrum - FHSS, DSSS Transmission Media - Guided & Unguided Switching - Switching, Circuit-Switched Networks, Datagram networks, Concept of Virtual circuit networks, structure of circuit switch & packet switch, Concepts of DSL & ADSL 15L Unit III Data Link Layer -Error correction & detection, Types of errors, Detection VS Correction, Block Coding, Hamming Distance, Linear Block codes(single parity check, hamming
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