ADVANCED CLASSES
Terms and Concepts
Classifier
A classifier is a mechanism that describes structural and
behavioral features. Classifiers include classes, interfaces,
datatypes, signals, components, nodes, use cases, and
subsystems. In general, those mod
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Architectural Modeling
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COMPONENT
Terms and Concepts
A component is a physical and replaceable part of a system that
conforms to and provides the realization of a set of interfaces.
You use components to model the physical things that may
Basic Structural Modeling
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Classes
Classes are the most important building blocks of
any object-oriented system.
A class is a description of a set of objects that share
the same set of attributes, operations,
relationships, and semantics.
A clas
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Case Study: The Unified
Library application
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REQUIREMENTS: A
library lends books and magazines to members who are
registered in the system. It also handles the purchases of new books
and magazines for the library. Popular titles are broug
Events and Signals
Terms and Concepts
In the UML, each thing that happens is modeled as
an event. An event is the specification of a significant
occurrence that has a location in time and space.
In the context of state machines, an event is an
occurrenc
DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
GITAM SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY,
GITAM UNIVERSITY
B.Tech (CSE) Fifth Semester
COMPUTER NETWORKS SYLLABUS
Code: EURCS 505
Credits: 4
Name Of Instructor: Venkatarami Reddy Ch
(V semester)
Hours: 5 per week
Designati
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1.Datatypes, variables, operators, I/O and Control
Statements - Part-1 | C Program
Fibonacci
#include <stdio.h>
int main()
cfw_
int a, b;
int t;
int n, i;
scanf("0", &n);
a = 0;
b = 1;
for( i = 1 ;i < n; i+)cfw_
t = a;
a = b;
b = t + b;
printf("0\n", a);
BASIC BEHAVIORAL
MODELLING
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Chapter 15: INTERACTIONS
Terms and Concepts
An interaction is a behavior that comprises a set of messages
exchanged among a set of objects within a context to accomplish a
purpose.
A message is a specification of a co
Introduction
What is UML?
UML is a graphical language for visualizing,
specifying, constructing, and documenting a
software intensive system.
What is a Model?
Model is a simplification of reality.
A model provides the blueprints of a system. A good
model
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GITAM UNIVERSITY
(Declared as Deemed to be University u/S 3 of UGC Act, 1956)
HYDERABAD CAMPUS
DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
Assignment - 1
Subject: Computer Networks
Section: B.Tech 5thSem
Answer all the following questions
1. What is co
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Answer any two problems out of the given four problems using class
Alpha Numeric Sorting
Given text comprising of words and numbers, sort them both in ascending order and
print them in a manner that a word is followed by a number. Words can be in upper or
GITAM University
(Declared as Deemed-to-be-University u/s 3 of UGC Act,1956)
Department of Computer Science & Engineering
GITAM Institute of Technology
CourseTitle
Course No.
Credit
C+ Laboratory
EID 221
2
Instructor Name
T.Srikanth
Year (semester)
2016-2
Subject : Computer organization and architecture
Code : EID 203
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LAB MID 1 Examination
Solve any two of the given problem
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2*10=20
1. Create a class called rational for performing arithmetic with fractions. Write a
program to test your class.
Use integer variables to represent the private data of the class- the
Correct the program
Code creates an object of type Y. Class Y inherits from class X
#include <iostream>
using namespace std;
/ class X definition
class X
cfw_
public:
/ constructor
X()
cfw_
cout < "X constructed!";
/ end class X constructor
; / end class
EMA203: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
&
CIVIL ENGINEERING
SECTION: B2 & 2A
TUTORIAL QUESTIONS-MODULE-II
1. Derive the mean and variance of the binomial distribution.
2. It has been claimed that in 60% of all solar-heat instal
Continuous Evaluation
An electricity company charges the following rates for domestic
users to discourage large consumption of energy:
For the first 100 units 5 Rupees per unit
Beyond 100 units 6 Rupees per unit
If the total cost is more than Rupees 150
MODEL PAPER
1. (a) State and prove addition theorem on probability.
(b) A problem in statistics is given to the 3 students A, B , C whose chances of solving
it are
respectively. What is the probability that the problem is solved?
OR
2. (a) In a bolt facto
2/4 B.TECH 3rd SEMESTER - SECTION B4
SESSIONAL MARKS
Name of the Faculty :
Pothina Praveena
Subject Name :
Regn.No
Name of the Student
Data Communications
Mid1
(30)
Mid2
(30)
Mid3
(30)
Avg Of Best of
Two Mids
(30)
Assignments
/ Quizes
(10)
Total
(40)
1210
K.ANVESH RAJA
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DATED- 26/7/16
ASSIGNMENT-1
1.Define Network and communication. State the uses,
applications and
importance of Computer Networks?
A.
A system of interconnected computers and computerized peripherals such as printers is
call