Syllabus JFE301 Spring 2015.xls

Apply design principles and patterns while designing

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• Apply design principles and patterns while designing and implementing simple distributed systems-based on reusable technology • Create UML class diagrams which model aspects of the domain and the software architecture • Create UML sequence diagrams and state machines that correctly model system behavior • Implement a simple graphical user interfaces for a system analysis using UML. Frameworks and APIs. Introduction to the client-server architecture. Analysis, design and programming of simple servers and clients. Introduction to user interface technology.
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fc4aeb2388c37bc011a132081a056ba729a5ece8.xls OOP DSA I2SE 10 20 15 10 30 20 40 30 20
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fc4aeb2388c37bc011a132081a056ba729a5ece8.xls 40 30 35 (LT) (LT) 100 100 100 40:60 50:50:00 55:45
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fc4aeb2388c37bc011a132081a056ba729a5ece8.xls APPENDIX 1 Slot Unit Content Category Teacher's Materials 1 1 Lecture 2 2 3 4 3 5 6 2. Algorithm 4 7 8 Back to Syllabus Student's materials before class INTRODUCTION TO: 1. Course JFE301 2. ITSS: Information technology Skills Standards, 3. ITEE: Information Technology Engineer Examinations 4. FE: IT Fundamental Exam (Structure, Knowledge and Skills Required for FE) Access ex-e.html Japanese ITEE - Syllabus JFE301 - Textbook 1 - Textbook 2 - Slides, CMS TECHNOLOGY MAJOR CATEGORY 1: BASIC THEORY MIDDLE CATEGORY 1: BASIC THEORY 1. Discrete mathematics Lecture & Tutorial Textbook 2, new category Text books 2 & 3, 4 (CMS), Review Home Exercises Guide New Topic 2. Applied mathematics 3. Theory of information 4. Theory of communications 5. Theory of measurement and control Review Exercises and Guide MIDDLE CATEGORY 2: ALGORITHM AND PROGRAMMING 1. Data structure Lecture & Tutorial Textbook 2, new category Text books 2 & 3, 4 (CMS), Review Home Exercises Guide New Topic Lecture & Tutorial 2. Algorithm (cont.) 3. Programming languages 4. Other languages
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fc4aeb2388c37bc011a132081a056ba729a5ece8.xls 5 9 10 6 11 12 7 13 14 8 15 16 9 17 3. Data manipulation 18 10 19 MAJOR CATEGORY 2: COMPUTER SYSTEM MIDDLE CATEGORY 3: COMPUTER COMPONENT 1. Processor 2. Memory Lecture & Tutorial Quiz 1 Textbook 2, new category Text books 2 & 3, 4 (CMS), Review Home Exercises Guide New Topic Delivery QUIZ 3. Bus 4. Input/output interface 5. Input/output device Lecture & Tutorial MIDDLE CATEGORY 4: SYSTEM COMPONENT 1. System configuration 2. System evaluation indexes MIDDLE CATEGORY 5: SOFTWARE 1. Operating system 2. Middleware 3. File system Lecture & Tutorial Textbook 2, new category Text books 2 & 3, 4 (CMS), Review Home Exercises Guide New Topic MIDDLE CATEGORY 6: HARDWARE 1. Hardware Lecture & Tutorial MIDDLE CATEGORY 9: DATABASE 1 1. Database architecture 2. Database design Lecture & Tutorial Textbook 2, new category Text books 2 & 3, 4 (CMS), Review Home Exercises Guide New Topic Delivery QUIZ 4. Transaction processing 5. Database application Lecture & Tutorial
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fc4aeb2388c37bc011a132081a056ba729a5ece8.xls 10 20 PM questions 11 21 22 12 23 24 13 25 26 14 27 28 15 29 30 Tutorial Quiz 2 MIDDLE CATEGORY 10: NETWORK 1. Network architecture 2. Data communication and control Lecture & Tutorial Textbook 2, new category Text books 2 & 3, 4 (CMS), Review Home Exercises Guide New Topic 3. Communications protocols PM questions Lecture &
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