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BSCIT ASSIGNMENTSSESSION- SPRING 2014

BSCIT Sem 1

BT0062- Fundamentals of IT1 What is Operating system? Explain the importance of operating system.2 Perform the following binary arithmetic operations:1. 101001+10012. 101101-1001113. 101*1014. 0110*11015. 10011/1103 Explain all the options of start menu.4 Explain the steps to insert the special symbols in MS word. Also explain the steps to insert the word art in MS word.5 Can Database be created in MS Excel? Explain any four options supported by MS Excel to handle databases in MS Excel.6 What is search engine and what is the importance of it?BT00631 (i) Let A = {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6} and B = {2, 4, 6, 8}. Find A B and B A.(ii) In a group of 50 people, 35 speak Hindi, 25 speak both English and Hindi and all the people speak at least one of the two languages. How many people speak only English and not Hindi ? How many people speak English?2 (i) Express 792 in radians and (7p/12)c in degrees(ii) Prove that tan0+sec0-1 = cos0 = 1+sin0 Tan0- sec0+1 1- sin0 cos03 (i) Define continuity of a point(ii) Test the continuity of the function f where f is defined by4 Solve dy/dx = y+x-2/y-x-45 A bag contains two red balls, three blue balls and five green balls.Three balls are drawn at random. Find the probability thata) the three balls are of different coloursb) two balls are of the same colourc) all the three are of the same colour.6. Solve: 2x + 3y + 4z = 20, x + y + 2z = 9, 3x + 2y + z = 10BT0064, LOGIC DESIGN1 Convert each of the following hexadecimal numbers to binary, octal, and decimal formats.i) (4FB2)16ii) (DC4)165+5 102 Construct the following gates using NANDa)AND b) NOR c) XOR d)XNOR3 Expand the following Boolean functions into their canonical form:i. f(X,Y,Z)=XY+YZ+ X Z+ X Yii. f(X,Y,Z)=XY+ X Y + X YZ4 Simplify the following Boolean function:F = AC + AB + ABC + BC, using K-map?5 What are sequential circuits? Explain differences between sequential circuits and combinational circuits.6 What are shift registers? Explain serial in serial out shift register.BT0065, C Programming and Data Structures1 Explain the structure of the C program.2 What is recursion? Differentiate between recursion and iteration.3 Define array and explain its need. Write a program to calculate sum and average of the elements stored in an array.4 Explain Union. Differentiate between structure and union5 What is data structure? Explain abstract data type in brief. Differentiate between linear and nonlinear data structure.6 What is linked list? Explain the advantages of linked lists over array.BT0066, Database Management Systems1 Explain the concept of data independence and explain why it is required?2 Why relational data model is important? Explain the terms relation and tuple.3 Perform the following DML operations on the table:1. Insert values for the table CUSTOMERS with fields ID, name, age, address and salary and insert records in the table given below:+-+-+++-+| ID | NAME | AGE | ADDRESS | SALARY |+-+-+++-+| 1 | Ramesh | 32 | Ahmedabad | 2000.00 || 2 | Khilan | 25 | Delhi | 1500.00 || 3 | kaushik | 23 | Kota | 2000.00 || 4 | Chaitali | 25 | Mumbai | 6500.00 || 5 | Hardik | 27 | Bhopal | 8500.00 || 6 | Komal | 22 | MP | 4500.00 || 7 | Muffy | 24 | Indore | 10000.00 |+-+-+++-+2. Based on the customer table given above update the salary to 20000 whose salary is less than that.Based on the customer table given above Fetch ID,3. Name and Salary fields from the CUSTOMERS table for a customer with name Hardik.4 Consider the relationsEMPLOYEE(emp#, name)ASSIGNED_TO(project#, emp#)PROJECT(project#, project_name, chief)Express the following queries in Relational Algebra(i) Get details of employee working on both comp354 and comp345 project numbers.(ii)Find the employee number of employee who do not work on project comp678 5What do you mean by anamoly in database system? Why it is required? Explain the types of anamolies in database system.6 Differentiate between Relational Database Management System And Object Oriented Database Management System.Dear students get fully solved SMU MBA Spring 2014 assignmentsSend your semester & Specialization name to our mail id :

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BSCIT Sem 2

BT0068, Computer Organization and Architecture1. i). Find 10s and 9s complement of (348)10ii) Find 10s and 9s complement of (134795)102 Draw and explain the Von- Neumann architecture. What are the drawbacks of it?3 Describe the types of busses and types of control lines.4 Explain Booths multiplication algorithm with its advantages and disadvantages.5 Explain the concept of memory interleaving with diagram.6 Explain interrupt driven I/O. Describe the design issues in implementing interrupt driven I/O.BT0069, Discrete Mathematics1 A bit is either 0 or 1: a byte is a sequence of 8 bits. Find the number of bytes that, (a)can be formed (b)begin with 11 and end with 11 (c)begin with 11 and do not end with 11(d)begin with 11 or end with 11.2 (i) State the principle of inclusion and exclusion.(ii) How many arrangements of the digits 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 contain at least one of the patterns 289, 234 or 487?3 If G is a group, theni) The identity element of G is unique.ii) Every element in G has unique inverse in G. G, we have (a-1)-1 = a.iii) For any a G, we have (a.b)-1 = b-1.a-1.iv) For all a, b 4 (i)Define valid argumentQ. P Q) follows from (P (ii) Show that 5 (i)Construct a grammar for the language. * a,b ,the number of as in x is a multiple of 3 x x L(ii)Find the highest type number that can be applied to the following productions: 012. B0, B 2 1 A0, A 1. S bc. bS c ,3. S bA b, A ASB 2. S 6 (i) Define tree with example(ii) Any connected graph with n vertices and n -1 edges is a tree.BT0070, Operating Systems1 List the approaches to design operating system structures. Explain any two of them.2 Write short notes on:1. Process Creation2. Terminating Process3 Is it possible to check the condition of mutual exclusion through hardware assistance? If yes, how?4 1. Given a total of 5 units of resource type 1 and 4 units of resource type 2, tell whether the following system is in a safe or unsafe state. Show your work.Type 1 Type 2Process Used Max Used MaxP1 1 2 1 3P2 1 3 1 2P3 2 4 1 42. Given a total of 10 units of a resource type, and given the safe state shown below, should process 2 be granted a request of 2 additional resources? Show your work.Process Used MaxP1 2 5P2 1 6P3 2 6P4 1 2P5 1 45 What is the concept of virtual memory? Why virtual memory is needed?6 What do you mean by Global OS? State the concept of migration and resource allocation in Global OS.BT0071, TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION THEORY1 Whats Audience Analysis? Explain its significance in Technical Communication2 Explain the role of a technical editor. Differentiate between Micro and Macro editing.3 Explain the various phases involved in System Development Life Cycle (SDLC).BT0072 COMPUTER NETWORKS1 What is OSI model? Explain all its layers with diagram.2 Write a short note on ALOHA protocols.3 What is the function of data link layer? Explain the services of the data link layer.4 Explain Shortest Path routing Algorithm.5 Discuss any two design issues of Session Layer.6 Explain Recursive queries and Iterative queries that a DNS resolver (either a DNS client or another DNS server) can make to a DNS server.Dear students get fully solved SMU MBA Spring 2014 assignmentsSend your semester & Specialization name to our mail id :

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BSCIT Sem 4BT0080, Fundamentals of Algorithms1 Define and explain recursion with the help of an example.2 Describe insertion sort algorithm with the help of an example. Give the complexity of it.3 Prove that If p1/w1 p2/w2 .. pn/wn. Then, Greedy knapsack algorithm generates an optimal solution to the given instance of the knapsack problem.4 State the backtracking strategy. Also define explicit and implicit constraints.5 Explain lower bound theory and ordered searching.6 Explain trees and subgraphs with examples.BT0081, Software Engineering1 Explain different kinds of software applications.2 What are the Limitations of waterfall model? Explain3 Describe the operation of Data flow model with the help of a block diagram4 Explain the various activities involved in Software Reengineering process model5 Explain Black-Box Testing in detail6 With the help of bock diagram explain how global problem solving can apply a software-driven approach to enhance the efficiency of problem solving.BT0082, Visual Basic1 Write a note on Microsoft development environment.2 Explain the loops in vb.net with examples.3 Explain the event driven applications in vb.net. Explain common control events and common form events in vb.net.4 How to handle error in VB? Explain.5 Describe the methods in VB.net to set a connection string and to open a connection.6 Explain the following:1. Forwarding Requests to JSP Pages2. Redirecting instead of forwardingBT0083, Server Side Programming-Theory1 Draw and explain the architecture of Java EE.2 Describe Common Gateway Interface (CGI) and features of it.3 List the techniques of session tracking. Explain the session tracking technique using cookies. Give advant

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