Course Curriculam of students started on 2010-2011

Academic Year :

First Second Third Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh Eighth Elective

7th Semester

Course Number Course Title Contact Hours Credit Hours
CIT-4700 Project/Thesis 0-6 3.00
CIT-4703 Wireless & Mobile Communication 3-0 3.00
CIT-4704 Wireless & Mobile Communication Lab 0-3/2 0.75
CIT-4705 Artificial Intelligence & Expert Systems 3-0 3.00
CIT-4706 Artificial Intelligence & Expert Systems Lab 0-3/2 0.75
CIT-4707 Object Oriented Analysis and Design 3-0 3.00
CIT-4708 Object Oriented Analysis and Design Lab 0-3//2 0.75
CIT-4709 Theory of Computing 3-0 3.00
CIT-4790 Industrial Training * 1.00
Hum-4701 Human Communication & Report Writing 3-0 3.00
  Elective 7-I ** 3-0 3.00
  Elective 7-I Lab** 0-3/2 0.75
  Total L-P Total Hours  18-6-6

*    Industrial Training Programme will be organized by IUT during the session break in between 6th and 7th Semester compulsory for all the students of B.Sc. in CIT. Duration of the training program will be about four weeks.

**   Elective courses 7-I, 7-I Lab will be taken from set C of the list of elective courses for B.Sc. in CIT Programme on the approval of the Head of the Department


Detailed Course Contents


CIT-4700 Project/ Thesis

CIT 4703 Wireless and Mobile Communication

Wireless Communication: Radio transmission, Microwave transmission, Infrared & millimeter waves, Light wave transmission.

Fundamental concepts in mobile systems: Cellular systems, channel assignment, power control, propagation and fading, hand-off.

Introduction to cellular concepts, frequency reuse, cochannel interference, handoff, radio propagation in and around buildings, Friis equation, multipath, narrowband and wideband channels, small scale and large scale statistics, space and time signal variation, receiver sensitivity, source of noise, performance statistics: coverage, margin, digital modulation, adjacent channel interference and digital error rates. Multi-server queuing and traffic, Erlang formulas.

Selected topics on modern wireless systems: Mobile IP and Wireless IP Multicasting, Ad-hoc Networks and Bluetooth Technology, Wireless Application Protocol (WAP), Security in Wireless Networks.

IEEE 802.1x protocols and their analysis, WiMax - architecture and analysis, WiMax as possible replacement for GSM/CDMA

3G, 4G network designs and features

Application Development and Content Providing in Next Geneartion Wireless Networks, Convergence (Audio, Video, Data), IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem)

Recommended text:
1. Wireless Communications: Principles and Practice, Author: Theodore S. Rappaport
2. Fundamentals of Wireless Communication, Author: David Tse, Pramod Viswanath
3. Wireless Communications , Author: Andrea Goldsmith

CIT 4704 Wireless and Mobile Communication Lab

Sessional works based on CIT-4703.

CIT-4705 Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems

Can machines think? The physical symbol system hypothesis; history of AI; the Turing test; languages of AI; the structure of PROLOG; facts, rules, queries; instantiation and backtracking; Intelligent Agent, Problem solving by searching, Informed search methods, list processing; depth-first and breadth-first searches; directed searches and the A* algorithm; knowledge representation; frames, Scripts; expert systems; learning; genetic algorithms; neural networks; back propagation.

Introduction to expert system, decision making models, under-layer framework for expert system, Hardware and software for expert system, use of decision tools.

Recommended text:
1. Structures and Strategies for Complex Problem Solving, Author: Luger G F and Stubblefield W A, Artificial Intelligence 2nd Edition, Benjamin-Cummings, 1993
2. Artificial Intelligence-A Modern Approach. Stuart Russell and Peter Norvig

CIT-4706 Artificial Intelligence and 0-3/2 Credit 0.75
Expert Systems Lab

Sessional works based on CIT-4705.

CIT-4707 Object Oriented Analysis & Design

Object-oriented concepts, abstraction and modeling; object modeling - identification, classification, association, generalization and aggregation, inheritance, meta-data and notation for object modeling; Use case, dynamic modeling - state transition diagrams and object life cycles; State chart, class diagram, design pattern, object - oriented development methodologies - object modeling technique, object-oriented analysis, object oriented design; object communication models; and integration of models.

Recommended text:
1. Object Oriented Modeling and Design, Author: Raumbugh
2. Unified Modeling system, Author: Raumbugh
3. Applying UML and Patterns Author: Craig larman
4. Object oriented analysis and design Using UML Author: Bennet Farmer
5. Design Pattern Author: Gamma, Helm & Jhonson

CIT-4708 Object Oriented Analysis & Design Lab

Sessional works based on CIT-4707.

CIT-4709 Theory of Computing

Formal methods of automata language and computability, Finite automata and regular expressions, Properties of regular sets, Context-free grammars, Push-down automata, Properties of context-free languages, Turing machines, Halting problem, Undecidability and Computability, Recursion function theory, Chomsky hierarchy, Deterministic context-free languages, Closure properties of families of languages, Computational complexity theory, Intractable problems, Applications in parsing, pattern matching and the design of efficient algorithms.

Finite state machines, Introduction to sequential circuits, basic definition of finite state model, memory elements and their excitation functions, synthesis of synchronous sequential circuits, iterative networks, definition and realization of Moore and Mealey machines.

Recommended text:
1. Theory of Computation, Author: Michael Sipser
2. Introduction to Automata Theory, Languages and Computation, Author: Hopcroft and Ullman, Fourth edition, Narosa, 1998
3. Automata and Algebras, Author: Adamek, Kluwer, 1990

CIT-4790 Industrial Training (4 weeks)

Hum-4701 Human Communication and Report Writing

Written communication: report writing, memoranda, letters, instructions, notices, personal filing systems etc. Oral communication: listening skills, informal meetings, oral presentation, and audio-visual communications, interviewing skills, critical analysis of argument. All aspects are focussed on the needs of IT professionals.

Recommended text:
1. The business communication handbook, Author: Dwyer J, Prentice-Hall 1993
2. Writing and presenting reports, Author: Eunson B, John Wiley 1994


Updated on 28 August 2011