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Hardware/Software Requirements

  • Microsoft Windows-based machine
  • To see movie files in 1.2.2 Applications of Computer Systems, Windows compatible sound card and speakers (or headphones) are needed.
  • To complete Exercise 3, Visual Basic 6.0 or Visual Basic 6.0 Run-Time Files are required. Refer to Appendix A. Running a Visual Basic File for instructions on running a Visual Basic file.
  • To complete Optional Exercise 1, Microsoft Access 2000 or higher is required.
  • To complete Exercise 3, WinZip application is required. Refer to Appendix B. Downloading WinZip Application for instructions to download WinZip application.

Outline:

Weeks Lectures Laboratory work ISST ISS
Unit 1. Computer Systems 1.1 Overview of Computer Systems 1.1.1Components of a Computer System 1.2 Evolution of Computer Systems 1.2.1 Brief History 1.2.2 Applications of Computer Systems Lab1:Computer Disassembly   MCQ1   MCQ2 i. 3,8, 13, 14 (RM)
1.3 Data Representation in a Computer System 1.3.1 Bits and Bytes 1.3.2 Number Systems Unit 2. Hardware Systems 2.1 Processor and Memory 2.1.1 Processor Basics 2.1.2 Type of memory 2.2 Peripherals 2.1.1 Connecting Peripherals 2.2.2 Buses 2.2.3 Input/Output Devices Lab2: Benchmarking (Optional) Binary to Decimal and Decimal to Binary Conversion     Exercise 1     MCQ3   MCQ4   MCQ5 i. 1, 2,6,4,5(RM)  
  2.3 Storage Devices 2.3.1 Disk Controller Interfaces 2.3.2 Mass Storage 2.4 Putting Together the Hardware Components 2.4.1 How Components Work Together Lab3: Researching a Computer System Lab4: Online Configuration   MCQ6 i. 9, 11(RM)  
2.5 Improving Computer Performance 2.5.1 Moore's Law 2.5.2 Bottlenecks 2.5.3 Throughput and Latency Unit 1 and Unit 2 Review Materials   Lab5:Improving Computer Performance   Exercise 2     MCQ7 i. 10 (RM)  
Unit 3. Operating system software 3.1 Structure 3.1.1 Layers of Software 3.1.2 The BIOS: Life at the Bottom 3.1.3 Process Control 3.2 Device Management and Configuration 3.2.1 Interrupt Handling 3.2.2 Hardware Attributes 3.2.3 Configuration Exam 1 Multiple-Choice Exam 1 Practical     MCQ8   MCQ9 i. 7,12 (RM)  
3.3 Resource Sharing 3.3.1 Virtual Memory 3.3.2 File and Printer Sharing 3.4 File Systems 3.4.1 File Organization 3.4.2 File Allocation Table and NT File System Lab6: Device Management Lab7:File Systems Organization   Exercise 3       MCQ10   MCQ11  
Unit 4. Application Software 4.1 Software Basicis 4.2 Using Software Systems     Lab8: DOS Commands Lab9: Macros Lab10: Embedding Application Objects   MCQ12     MCQ13  
4.3 Batch Script Files 4.3.1 Advanced Command-Line Functions 4.3.2 Batch File Commands 4.3.3 Batch Script Files 4.4 Databases   Lab11: Creating a Batch File   MCQ14   MCQ15
1st midterm* Instructor specific    
  4.5 Software Engineering 4.5.1 Issues in Large-Scale Software Development 4.5.2 Open Source Model 4.5.3 Tools for Software Creation and Management Review Materials   Lab12: Searching the Library of Congress     Optional Exercise 1     Exercise 4   MCQ16    
Unit 5. Network Systems 5.1 Internet basics 5.1.1 MIME types 5.2.1 Internet Languages Exam 2 Multiple-Choice Exam 2 Practical   MCQ17    
5.2 Local and Wide Area Networks 5.3 Communication Strategies 5.3.1 Client-Server Framework 5.3.2 Peer-to-Peer Networking 5.4 Data Transfer Technologies Lab13:Creation of WWW-pages   Lab14: Data Transfer Technologies       MCQ18   MCQ19   MCQ20
5.5 Internet Architecture 5.5.1 Routers and TCP/IP 5.5.2 Domain Name Service 5.5.3 Connectivity 5.5.4 Internet Service Providers Lab15:Observing DNS Name Resolution   Exercise 5   MCQ21    
Unit 6. Computer Security 6.1 Security Threats 6.1.1 Intruders: Who, Why, and How? 6.1.2 Identity Theft and Privacy Violation 6.1.3 Malicious Software 6.1.4 Denial of Service   Lab16:Performing a Vulnerability Analysis       MCQ22    
6.2 Security Technologies 6.2.1 Encryption 6.2.2 Applications of Encryption 6.2.3 Authentication Lab17:Configure Windows XP Firewall   Exercise 6 MCQ23
    6.3 Prevention, Detection and Recovery 6.3.1 Firewall 6.3.2 Intrusion Detection Tools 6.3.3 Data Recovery 6.3.4 Summary of Security Tips   Exam 3 Multiple-Choice Exam 3 Practical       MCQ24  
2st midterm* Instructor specific    
SSD 2 Certification Exam    

*) Mid-term exams will be prepared by your instructor.



**) RM Exam Review Materials

 

Assessment mode and weight (up to your instructor)*

Periods Tasks to complete (iCarnegie) Grading policy IITU
1st attestation MCQ1-MCQ13, Exercise 1, Exercise 2, Exercise 3 Labs Exam 1 MCQ, Exam 1 PQ, Midterm 1 - 5+10
2nd attestation MCQ14-MCQ24, Exercise 4, Exercise 5, Exercise 6 Labs Exam 2 MCQ, Exam 2 PQ, Exam 3 MCQ, Exam 3 PQ - 3+7 3+7
Final exam Certification Exam Multiple-Choice
Total

Course Policy

Students are not allowed to miss classes and use cell phones during classes. There are no late workshops for students who missed lecture or laboratory class. (NO “OTRABOTKA”) Instructor may change course outline at any time during the course. Late submission of written assignments will be penalized 3% (minus three per cent) for every day late. Students may come to see Tutor only at Office Hours time or by appointment.

Deadline for each task must 1 week.

Plagiarism

Plagiarism is the copying or close paraphrasing of published or unpublished work, including the work of another student; without the use of quotation marks and due acknowledgement.

Plagiarism and collusion are offences, and the University takes cases of such offences very seriously. Students found guilty of committing either offence will be punished.

You should not lend your work to another student, even if that student is a friend and you are trying to be helpful. If your friend’s work appears to be similar to yours, you both run the risk of being penalized and get mark ZERO.

Considered in meeting at Department of Information Technologies, transaction ¹ _____

in «____» _____________ 2010 year.

 

Head of IT Department Kulpeshev B. S.


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