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The Following syllabus is of Nagpur University. Threads, code migration, clock synchronization, logicalclocks, global state, Election algorithms, mutual exclusion, Distributed transaction.

System model, Resources vs. Introduction, Desirable features of good distributed file system,file models, file accessing, sharing, caching methods, file replication, fault tolerance, CaseStudy: What Is a Game?

Creating the Game Spec. Example Game Spec, Initial Design: The State of the Art.

Useof Object Technology, Building Bricks: Reusability in Software, Initial Architecture Design: The Birth of Architecture. The Seven Golden Gambits.

The Three Lead Balloons. Creating a project, source code repositories and versioncontrol, Building the game and scripts, User interface programming and input devices: A Nice Clean Exit.

Loading and Caching Game Resources: Barron, Wiley Student Edition.

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Students are suggested to choose at least One game idea, possibly: Single player Puzzle, Educational, Strategy etc. Multiplayer Adventure, fighting, sports etc. Then work on both the ideas covering following aspects: Feasibility and Design Planning for each stage with objective to achieve. Technical Architecture Component building Integration and testing Complexity level Review Bby can taken from other students of same class or junior class.

Introduction to Embedded System: Introduction, Embedded system vs General computing system, History of embedded system, Processor embedded into a system, Embedded hardware units and devices in a system, Embedded software in a system, examples in a embedded system, Embedded SoC, Complex system design and processors, Design process in Parxg, Formalization of system design, Classification of Es, Skills required in Embedded system design, Characteristics and quality attributes of Embedded system.

Serial Communication devices, Parallel device port, Buses: Programming for Embedded System: Bayesian parameter Estimation, Problems with Bayes approach, Patternclassification by distance functions, Minimum distance pattern classifier.

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Clustering for unsupervised learning and classification Egp concept, CMeans algorithm, Hierarchical clustering, Graph theoretic approach to pattern Clustering, Validity of Clusters.

Feature Extraction and Structural Pattern Recognition: KL Transforms, Featureselection through functional approximation, Binary selection, Elements of formalgrammars, Syntactic description, stochastic grammars, Structural representation. Hidden Markov model and Support Vector Machine: Fuzzy logic, Fuzzy Pattern Classifier, Pattern classification using genetic algorithms, Case study using Etp pattern classifier and perception Text Books: Narasimha Murthy and V.

Linear Models for Classification, Discriminate Functions, Single layer neural network, linearreparability, general gradient descent, perception learning algorithm, multi-Layerperception: Nearest neighbor classification, k-nearest neighbor, nearest neighbor error probabilityMachine, Machine learning concepts and limitations: Kernel functions, implicit non-linear feature space, theory, zero-Bayes, realizable infinite hypothesis class, finite covering, parqg on risk, maximal margin classifier.

Machine learning assessment and Improvement: Statistical model selection, structural risk minimization, bootstrapping, bagging, boosting.

Mistake bound analysis, sample complexity analysis, VC dimension. Occam learning, accuracy and confidence boosting Text Books: Cyber Crime; definitions, An eep of the Word, cyber crime -andinformation security, who are criminals?

Introduction, categories of cyber crime, how criminals plan the attack: Real life incidents of cyber stalking, cyber cafe and cyber crimes, fuel forcyber crimes, Botnet, attack vector, cloud computing: Mobile and wireless devices: Introduction proliferation of mobile andwireless devices trained in mobility, credit card fraud in mobile ;arag wireless computing era -types and technique of credit card fraud, security challenges posed by mobile devices,registry selling for mobile devices, authentication service security -cryptographic security for mobile devices, LDAP security for handheld mobile computing devices, RAS security formobile devices, Media player control security, networking API security for mobilecomputing applications, attacks on mobile phone -mobile phone theft, mobile viruses,mishing, vishing, hacking Bluetooth mobile devices, security implications for organizations,managing diversity and proliferation of hand-held devices, unconventional or stealthstorage devices threats through cost and stolen devices.

Protecting data on lost deviceseducating the laptop user, organizational measures of handling mobiles, device relatedsecurity issues, organizational security policies and measures in mobile computing era. Tools and methods used in Cyber crime: Introduction proxy servers and ananymizersphishing, password cracking -online attacks, offline attacks, strong, weak and rand password, random password, key loggers and spywares: Phishing and Identity theft: Introduction, phishing -methods of phishing, phishingtechniques, spear phishing, types of phishing scams, phishing toolkit and spy phishing,phishing counter measures, Identity theft ID theft -Personally Identifiable Information PIItypes of identity theft, techniques of ID theft, Identity theft: The legal perspectives -Introduction, cybercrime andthe legal landscape around the world, why do we need cyber laws: Cloud computing in a nutshell, pagag type -NIST Model,cloud cube model, deployment model, service model, Characteristics of cloud computing,cloud computing stack, open stack.

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Understanding Services and Virtualization Technology: Understanding services and applications, defining Infrastructure as a Service IaaS ,Platform as a service, Software as a Service, Identity as a Service, Compliance as aService, Using virtualization technologies, Load balancing and virtualization, understandingHypervisors, understanding machine Imaging, porting applications, Salesforce.

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Cloud Security and Storage: Securing the cloud, securing data, working with cloud based storage -measuring the digital universe, provisioning cloud storage, Exploring cloud back-up solutions UNIT VI: Cloud Computing Tools and Future Cloud: Future cloud -Future trends in cloud computing, defining the mobile market, using Smart phones with the cloud. What kind of software solutions do you need? Marketing smarts, hosting services, basic packages, midrange package, enterprise solutions for large firms.

Business to Business Electronics-commerce: Business to consumer electronic commerce: The basics of electronic payment systems. Electronics cash, electronics wallets, smart cards, credit and charge cards.

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The environment of electronic commerce: Planning the E-Commerce project, managing electronic commerce implementation. Schneider and James T. Lal, Deekjha Agarwal Macmillan Pub.

Introduction to wireless Sensor Network: Basic Wireless Sensor Technology: Data dissemination and gathering, Routing challenges and design issues in WSN, Routing strategies, Flooding and it’s variants, Low energy adaptive clustering, Geographical routing. Traditional transport protocol, Transport protocol design, Authenticity: Message authentication code, Signature, Authenticating public key, Broadcast and Multicast authentication.

Traditional network management models, network management design issues, Example of management architecture: Latex and submitted to the department for internal as well as external evaluation. Arch Bachelor Of Architecture, Others. First Semester Syllabus All Branches.