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My brother has taken admission in M.SC Computer Science Course at Gondwana Digital University. He wants syllabus of 1st Year Course to collect books of best authors. So someone is here who will provide syllabus of M.Sc Computer Science 1st Year Course of Gondwana Digital University?
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Default Re: Gondwana digital university ac syllabus

As you are looking for syllabus of M.Sc Computer Science 1st Year Course of Gondwana Digital University, so I am providing detailed syllabus:

Gondwana Digital University M.Sc Computer Science 1st Year Syllabus:


Unit-I Fundamental and Mathematics Logic)
Fundamental: Sets and Subsets, Operations on Sets, Sequence, Properties of Integer, Matrices.
Logic-Proposition and Logical Operation Conditional Statements, Methods of Proof,
Mathematical Induction, Mathematics Logic: Statements and Notation, Connectives ,Normal forms ,The Theory of Interface for The Statement Calculus ,Inference Theory of The Predicate Calculus,

Unit-II Counting, Relation and Diagraph, Function)
Counting: Permutation, Combination, Pigeonhole Principle, and Recurrence Relations.
Relational and Digraphs: Product Sets and Partitions, Relations and Digraphs, Paths in
Relations and Digraphs Properties of Relations, Equivalence Relations, Computer
Representation of Relations and Digraph, Manipulation of Relations, Transitive Closure.
Functions: Definition and Introduction, Function for Computer Science, Permutation Functions,

Unit-III Graph Theory, Boolean and Tree)
Graph Theory: Basic Concept of Graph Theory, Euler Paths and Circuits, Hamiltonian Paths
and Circuits. Other Relations and Structure- Partially ordered Sets, Lattices Finite.
Boolean: Algebra, Functions of Boolean Algebras, Boolean Function as Boolean Polynomials.
Tree- Introduction Undirected Tree, Minimal Spanning Trees.

Unit-IV: (Semigroup and Groups)
Semigroups and Groups: Binary Operations Revisited Semigroups, Products and Quotations of Groups. Introduction to Computability, Languages Finite State Machines, Semigroup, Machines and Language.

Unit-I: (Introduction of Java with OOPs Concepts)
Introduction of Java: Java and Internet, Features of Java, Oops Concepts of Java, Data Types,
Operators, Variables and Arrays Classes: Declaring Objects, Methods, Constructor, Overloading
Constructor, Garbage Collection, Finalize() Method, Uses of Static and Final Variable,
Command Line Argument, Uses of Packages.
Exception Handling: Uncaught Exception, Try -Catch Block, Multiple Catch, Nested Try,
Throw, Throws, Finally, Built-in and User- Defined Exception.
Multithreading: Life Cycle, Thread Class and Runnable Interface, Type Priorities,
Synchronization and Interthread Communication

Unit-II: (Classes and Package)
Classes: Wrapper Classes, Applet: Applet Class, Architecture, Life Cycle, Display Methods,
HTML Applet Tag, And Passing Parameter to Applet. AWT: Working with Windows, Controls,
Layout Manager, and Menus. Introduction of Swings and Event Handling. Networking: The
Java.Net Package, Connection oriented Transmission, Stream Socket Class, Creating a Socket to
a Remote Host on a Port (Creating TCP Client and Server)

Database Programming: Design of JDBC, JDBC Configuration, Types of Drivers, Executing
SQL Statements, Query Execution, Scrollable and Updatable Result Sets, Rowset,Metadata,
Transactions Collections: Introduction to The Collection Framework (Interfaces, Implementation and Algorithms), Interfaces, Collection Classes: Set, List, Queue and Map, Set: Hash set, Tree set, and Linked hash Set, Interfaces Such As Lists, Set, Vectors, Linked list, Comparator, Iterator, Hash, Tables.

Unit-IV: (JSP and Servlet)
Servlet: Introduction to Servlet(Http Servlet),Life Cycle of Servlet, Handing Get and Post
Request(Http),Data Handling Using Servlet, Creating and Cookies, Session Tracking Using Http
Servlet, JSP: Getting Familiar with JSP Server, First JSP, Adding Dynamic Contents Via
Expressions Scriptlets, Mixing Scriptlets and HTML, Directives, Declaration, Tags and Session.

UNIT -I: Introduction
Fundamental Concepts - Introduction, Digital Signal, Analog Signal, Basic Digital Circuits,
AND, OR, NOT, NAND, NOR, Exclusive OR, Exclusive NOR Operation, Boolean Algebra, DeMorgans and Duality Theorems, Timing Diagram.
Number System and Codes Introduction Number System, Binary Number System, Signed
Binary Numbers, Binary Arithmetics, 1s Compliment, 2s Compliment.

UNIT -II: Combinational Logic & Flip-Flops
Combinational Logic Design - Introduction, Standard Representation for Logic Functions, KMap
Representation, Simplification of Logical Function Using K-Map, Minimization of Logical
Function Dont Care Condition, Half Adder, Full Adder, Half Subtractor, Full Subtractor,
Multiplexer and their Use in Combinational Logic Design, De-Multiplexer and their use in
Combinational Logic Design, Digital Comparators.
Flip- Flops - Introduction, Clocked R-S Flip Flop, JK Flip Flop, D-Type Flip Flop, T-Type Flip
Flop, Master Slave Flip Flop, and Edge Triggered Flip Flop, Applications of Flip Flops. Shift
Registers and Counters, Ripple Counters, Synchronous Counters, Decoder and Encoder.

UNIT -III: Introduction to Embedded Systems
Introduction to Embedded Systems: Embedded Systems, Embedded Processor & Software into a System, Embedded Hardware Units and Devices in a System, Examples of Embedded
Systems, Embedded System‐on‐Chip (Soc) and Use of VLSI Circuit Design Technology,
Complex Systems Design Process and Processors in Embedded System, Formalization of System
Design, Design Process and Design Examples, Classification of Embedded Systems, Skills
Required for an Embedded System Designer 8051 and Advanced Processor Architectures,
Memory Organization and Realworld Interfacing.

UNIT -IV: Real Time Operating Systems
Real Time Operating Systems : OS Services, Process Management, Timer Functions, Event
Functions, Memory Management, File and I/O Subsystems Management, Interrupt Routines in
RTOS Environment and Handling of Interrupt Source Calls, Real‐Time Operating Systems,
Basic Design using an RTOS, RTOS Task Scheduling Models, Interrupt Latency and Response of the tasks as Performance Metrics, OS Security Issues.
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