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Note for Basic Computer Engineering - BCE By Md. Ilyas Khan

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BTech- I Yr ..BASIC COMPUTER ENGINEERING (BT- 2005) Compiled by - Dr Ilyas Khan [Type text] UNIT I Computer: Definition, Classification, Organization i.e. CPU, register, Bus architecture, Instruction set,Memory & Storage Systems, I/O Devices, and System & Application Software. Computer Application ine-Business, Bio-Informatics, health Care, Remote Sensing & GIS, Meteorology and Climatology,Computer Gaming, Multimedia and Animation etc. Operating System: Definition, Function, Types, Management of File, Process & Memory. Introdcution to MS word, MS powerpoint, MS Excel UNIT II Introduction to Algorithms, Complexities and Flowchart, Introduction to Programming, Categories ofProgramming Languages, Program Design, Programming Paradigms, Characteristics or Concepts of OOP,Procedure Oriented Programming VS object oriented Programming.Introduction to C++: Character Set, Tokens, Precedence and Associativity, Program Structure, Data Types,Variables, Operators, Expressions, Statements and control structures, I/O operations, Array, Functions, UNIT III Object & Classes, Scope Resolution Operator, Constructors & Destructors, Friend Functions, Inheritance,Polymorphism, Overloading Functions & Operators, Types of Inheritance, Virtual functions.Introduction to Data Structures. UNIT IV Computer Networking: Introduction, Goals, ISO-OSI Model, Functions of Different Layers. Internetworking Concepts, Devices, TCP/IP Model. Introduction to Internet, World Wide Web, Ecommerce Computer Security Basics: Introduction to viruses, worms, malware, Trojans, Spyware and AntiSpyware Software, Different types of attacks like Money Laundering, Information Theft, CyberPornography, Email spoofing, Denial of Service (DoS), Cyber Stalking, ,Logic bombs, HackingSpamming, Cyber Defamation , pharming Security measures Firewall, Computer Ethics & Good Practices, Introduction of Cyber Laws about Internet Fraud, Good Computer Security Habits, UNIT V Data base Management System: Introduction, File oriented approach and Database approach, DataModels, Architecture of Database System, Data independence, Data dictionary, DBA, Primary Key, Datadefinition language and Manipulation Languages. Cloud computing: definition, cloud infrastructure, cloud segments or service delivery models (IaaS, PaaSand SaaS), cloud deployment models/ types of cloud (public, private, community and hybrid clouds), Prosand Cons of cloud computing TRINITY INST OF TECHNOLOGY AND RESEARCH, BHOPAL Page |1

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BTech- I Yr ..BASIC COMPUTER ENGINEERING (BT- 2005) Compiled by - Dr Ilyas Khan [Type text] UNIT –I Computer Computer is an advanced electronic device that takes raw data as an input from the user and processes it under the control of a set of instructions (called program), produces a result (output), and saves it for future use Functionalities of a Computer If we look at it in a very broad sense, any digital computer carries out the following five functions − Step 1 − Takes data as input. Step 2 − Stores the data/instructions in its memory and uses them as required. Step 3 − Processes the data and converts it into useful information. Step 4 − Generates the output. Step 5 − Controls all the above four steps. Advantages of Computers Following are certain advantages of computers. High Speed  Computer is a very fast device.  It is capable of performing calculation of very large amount of data.   The computer has units of speed in microsecond, nanosecond, and even the picosecond.   It can perform millions of calculations in a few seconds as compared to man who will spend many months to perform the same task. Accuracy  In addition to being very fast, computers are very accurate.  The calculations are 100% error free.   Computers perform all jobs with 100% accuracy provided that the input is correct. Storage Capability  Memory is a very important characteristic of computers.   A computer has much more storage capacity than human beings.  It can store large amount of data.  It can store any type of data such as images, videos, text, audio, etc. TRINITY INST OF TECHNOLOGY AND RESEARCH, BHOPAL Page |2

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BTech- I Yr ..BASIC COMPUTER ENGINEERING (BT- 2005) Compiled by - Dr Ilyas Khan [Type text] Diligence  Unlike human beings, a computer is free from monotony, tiredness, and lack of concentration.  It can work continuously without any error and boredom.  It can perform repeated tasks with the same speed and accuracy. Versatility  A computer is a very versatile machine.  A computer is very flexible in performing the jobs to be done.   This machine can be used to solve the problems related to various fields.    At one instance, it may be solving a complex scientific problem and the very next moment it may be playing a card game. Reliability  A computer is a reliable machine.  Modern electronic components have long lives.   Computers are designed to make maintenance easy. Automation  Computer is an automatic machine.   Automation is the ability to perform a given task automatically. Once the computer receives a program i.e., the program is stored in the computer memory, then the program and instruction can control the program execution without human interaction. Reduction in Paper Work and Cost  The use of computers for data processing in an organization leads to reduction in paper work and results in speeding up the process.   As data in electronic files can be retrieved as and when required, the problem of maintenance of large number of paper files gets reduced.   Though the initial investment for installing a computer is high, it substantially reduces the cost of each of its transaction. Disadvantages of Computers Following are certain disadvantages of computers. No I.Q.  A computer is a machine that has no intelligence to perform any task.  Each instruction has to be given to the computer.  A computer cannot take any decision on its own. Dependency  It functions as per the user’s instruction, thus it is fully dependent on humans.  Environment   The operating environment of the computer should be dust free and suitable. No Feeling  Computers have no feelings or emotions. TRINITY INST OF TECHNOLOGY AND RESEARCH, BHOPAL Page |3

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BTech- I Yr ..BASIC COMPUTER ENGINEERING (BT- 2005) Compiled by - Dr Ilyas Khan [Type text]  It cannot make judgment based on feeling, taste, experience, and knowledge unlike humans. Computer – Generations Generation in computer terminology is a change in technology a computer is/was being used. Following are the main five generations of computers. S.No Generation & Description 1 First Generation The period of first generation: 1946-1959. Vacuum tube based. 2 Second Generation The period of second generation: 1959-1965. Transistor based. 3 Third Generation The period of third generation: 1965-1971. Integrated Circuit based. 4 Fourth Generation The period of fourth generation: 1971-1980. VLSI microprocessor based. 5 Fifth Generation The period of fifth generation: 1980-onwards. ULSI microprocessor based. first generation The period of first generation was from 1946-1959. The computers of first generation used vacuum tubes as the basic components for memory and circuitry for CPU (Central Processing Unit). These tubes, like electric bulbs, produced a lot of heat and the installations used to fuse frequently. Therefore, they were very expensive and only large organizations were able to afford it. In this generation, mainly batch processing operating system was used. Punch cards, paper tape, and magnetic tape was used as input and output devices. The computers in this generation used machine code as the programming language. TRINITY INST OF TECHNOLOGY AND RESEARCH, BHOPAL Page |4

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