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MCA CS-05 PROJECT Elements of System Analysis and Design

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MCA CS-05 PROJECT Elements of System Analysis and Design

Course Code : CS-05
Course Title : Elements of System Analysis and Design
Assignment Number : MCA(1)-05/Project/2005
Minimum Marks : 15
Last date of Submission : 30th April, 2005

This is a Project Assignment. Answer all the following question. You may use the illustrations and diagrams to enhance your explanations.

Question 1: Conduct a fact-finding interview with someone involved in a procedure that is used in a business or organization. This person could be someone in a small business in your neighbourhood or in a volunteer organization etc. Identify a process that is done, such as keeping customer records etc. Make a list of questions, and conduct the interview. Your objective is to understand that procedure thoroughly.
Write the list of questions prepared by you along with responses from the interviewee as part of your assignment. Also, write the procedure , in your own words, on the basis of your understanding of the responses to the questions asked by you.
(15 marks)

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MCA CS-01 PROJECT Computer Fundamentals

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MCA CS-01 Computer Fundamentals

Course Code : CS-01
Course Title : Computer Fundamentals
Assignment Number : MCA(2)-01/Project/04
Last Date of Submission : 30th October, 2004
Maximum Marks : 15

This is a project assignment. There are two questions in this assignment. Attempt both the questions. Each question carries equal weightage.

Question 1:

(a) Design a 2-bit binary down counter, which counts on the occurrence of every alternate clock pulse. The states of the counter are: 11, 10, 01, 00, 11, …..

(b) Design and draw the following combinational circuits:
(i) Design a 4 × 16 decoder using 2 × 4 decoders.
(ii) Converting three digit binary code to equivalent Grey code as:

Binary Code

Gray Code

000

000

001

001

010

011

011

010

100

110

101

111

110

101

111

100

Question 2:

(a) Write a subroutine of 8086 assembly language that can be used for converting a string of numbers (maximum length 4 ASCII digits) to equivalent binary. Test this subroutine through an assembly program.

(b) Write a program in 8086 assembly language that accepts two Strings from the keyboard input; store them in two different arrays, finds the length of the two strings, and if lengths are same then compares the two strings.

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MCA CS-03 PROJECT File Structure and Programming in COBOL

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MCA CS-03 PROJECT File Structure and Programming in COBOL

Course Code : CS-03
Course Title : File Structure and Programming in
COBOL
Assignment Number : MCA(2)-3/Project//04
Maximum Marks : 15
Last Date of Submission : 30th October, 2004

This is a Project Assignment. There are two questions in this Assignment. Answer both the questions. Each question carries equal weightage. You must run the resultant Program and submit the Program logic and sample input and output. Please go through the guidelines regarding assignments given in the Starter kit for the format of presentation.

Question 1:

A University stores following disk files for various transactions relating to fee deposit by its students:

File 1: Student Master
Organisation: Index – Sequential on Student Number
Structure:
01-09 Student Number
10-30 Student Name
31-60 Address
61-66 Programme Code
67-74 Total of fee amount deposited so far
75-80 Unused

File 2: Programme Master
Organisation: Index – Sequential on Programme Code
Structure:
01-06 Programme code
07-51 Programme Name
52-54 Duration
55-57 Level (for example, PG, UG, etc.)
58-66 Total Fees
67-80 Entry Qualification

File 3: Transaction Table (Kept semester wise only)
Unsorted file
Structure:
01-09 Student Number
10-18 Date of Fee deposition
19-26 Amount deposited

Labels are standard. The first field of the records in each file represents the key field.

Write a COBOL program that updates the total of fee deposited by the student in Student Master and prints each of the transaction (Reporting errors if any) in the following output format:

OUTPUT
Structure:
01-10 Transaction Number (A new number is generated for each transaction)
10-18 Date of Transaction
19-20 Amount deposited
21-39 Student name
40-49 Total of fee deposited by student so far
50-55 Programme code of student
56-64 The remaining fee that will be deposited by student later (by subtracting
total of fee deposited by student from Total Programme fee).

The file should be sorted in the Order of Student Number.

Question 2:

A University has database of students at two different places: its administrative office and College of the student. However, over a period of time it was found that the information stored about the student in college database is most recent, but it does not store the information about the students who have not paid the fee. As per the University policy the data of such student should also be maintained along with other students, but indicating proper status. The student information is stored in the following format:

01-09 Student code
10-35 Student name
36-50 Programme
51-70 Address

Write a Program in COBOL that combines the two files to create a single file. The combined file will have same structure till 70th position and on 71st position a status information code is added about the student. Please note that the latest student addresses are available in College file and the status will be ascertained from the fact that the student name does not appear in college file but exists in administrative office file.

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MCA CS-06 PROJECT Database Management Systems

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MCA CS-06 PROJECT Database Management Systems

Course Code : CS-06
Course Title : Database Management Systems
Assignment Number : MCA(2)-6/Project/04
Maximum Marks : 15
Last Date of Submission : 30th October, 2004

This is a Project assignment. There is one question in this project assignment. You must execute the program and submit the program logic, sample input and output along with the necessary documentation for the project. You may use illustrations and diagrams to enhance explanations.

Question 1: Produce an E-R diagram, which documents the entities and relationships involved in the Retail Medical Stores which includes inventory, billing, payments to the wholesalers, salaries to the persons working in the shop, etc. Create a relational schema to held information and perform normalization to the tables and fully implement the code using MS-Access/ FOXPRO/DBASE or any similar package. Provide necessary documentation for the project.

Note: Assumptions can be made wherever necessary.

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MCA : CS – 08 PROJECT and Statistical Computing

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MCA : CS – 08 PROJECT and Statistical Computing

Course Code : CS-08
Course Title : Numerical and Statistical Computing
Assignment Number : MCA(3)-08/Project/2005
Maximum Marks : 15
Last Date of Submission : 30th April, 2005

This is a Project Assignment. Attempt all following question. You may use illustrations or diagrams to enhance the explanation.

Question 1: In Unit 3 of Block 3 of this course, the calculation of correlation coefficient and drawing of scatter diagrams is described. Write the algorithm; draw the flowchart or the pseudo code for being able to carry out the operations for determining the correlation coefficient and scatter diagrams as described in Section 3.2 of the block in a very general manner.

Write a FORTRAN program for the above, and run it for two different sets of data with at least 20 values for each pair of variables. Do not use the data given in the block at this stage. Having satisfied yourself that your programme is right and works correctly, now use the actual data given in the block and check the answers given by your programme against the one given in the block.

The Project report must contain the following:

3-4 pages report about the logic/algorithm of the program

A code listing of FORTRAN program (the program should be well documented).

(15 Marks)

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MCA : CS – 09 PROJECT Computer Networks

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MCA CS – 09 TMA Computer Networks

Course Code : CS-09
Course Title : Computer Networks
Assignment Number : MCA(5)-09/Project/05
Maximum Marks : 15
Last Date of Submission : 30th April 2005

This is a Project Assignment. Answer all the questions. You may use illustrations and diagrams to enhance answers.

Question 1: Derive the throughput expression for Aloha and slotted Aloha. (2Marks)

Questions 2: Simulate slotted Aloha protocol and plot a graph of Throughput Vs Load.
(Note the program should be well documented). (3 Marks)

Question 3: Simulate a 1-bit sliding window protocol and submit the detailed report of data
structure, library function used for implementing the protocol.
(5 Marks)

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MCA CS – 51 PROJECT Operations Research

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MCA Assignments : CS – 51 PROJECT Operations Research

Course Code : CS-51
Course Title : Operations Research
Assignment Number : MCA (3)-51/Project/04
Maximum Marks : 15
Last Date of Submission : 30th April, 2004

This is a Project Assignment. You may use illustrations and diagrams to enhance explanations. Answer the following question.

Question 1: Using Stepping Stone Method, solve the following transportation problem (cost in rupees) for minimum cost of transportation:

DEPOT

Factory

D

F

G

H

Capacity

A

4

6

8

6

700

B

3

5

2

5

400

C

3

9

6

5

600

Requirment

400

450

350

500

1700

Question 2(a): Two products are manufactured on two sequential machines. The following table gives the matching times in minutes per unit for the two products.

Machine

Product 1

Product 2

1

5

3

2

6

2

The daily production quota for the two products are 80 and 60 units, respectively. Each machine runs 8 hours a day. Overtime, though not desirable, may be used if necessary to meet production quota.
Formulate the above problem as a goal programming model.

(2 Marks)

(b): Formulate the following as an Integer Programming Problem:

We have landed in a treasure island full of three types of valuable stones: Emerald (E), Ruby (R) and Topaz (T). Each piece of E, R and T weighs 3, 2, 2 kilogram respectively and is known to have a value of 4 crore, 3 crore and 1 crore respectively. We have got a bag with us that can carry a maximum of 11 kg. Our problem is to decide on how many pieces of each type to carry, within the capacity of our bag, so as to maximize the total value carried. The stones cannot be broken.
(2 Marks)

Question 3 (a): 18000 units of an item are required per year. Storage cost is Rs. 0.10 per unit per month. If the cost of placing an order is Rs. 400, find the following:

(i) EOQ
(ii) Number of orders per year
(iii) Cycle period
(iv) Total annual cost if per unit cost is Rs. 2
(2 marks)

(b): A cafeteria with self-service has an arrival rate of 12 per hour. The average time taken by a person to collect and eat his meal is 20 minutes. Assuming that the inter-arrival times are exponentially distributed, how many seats must the cafeteria have to accommodate each customer with 95% probability?
(3 Marks)

Question 4 (a): The following is the pay-off matrix (in rupees) for the two persons zero-sum game:

Player B

 

I

II

III

I

-3

4

-1

II

3

1

5

III -1 -5 11

Using the Minimax criterion, find the best strategy for each player.
(2 Marks)

(b) Determine which course of action Player B will not use in the following game. Obtain the best strategies for both players and value of the game.

Player B

 

I

II

III

I

-3

-1

7

II

4

1

-2

(2 Marks)

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MCA CS-07 PROJECT Discrete Mathematics

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MCA CS-07 PROJECT Discrete Mathematics

Course Code : CS-07
Course Title : Discrete Mathematics
Assignment Number : MCA(4)-07/Project/04
Maximum Marks : 15
Last date of Submission : 30th October, 2004

This is a Project Assignment. There are three questions in this. Answer all questions. You may use illustrations and diagrams to enhance explanations.

Question 1: Design the following circuits, clearly explaining the steps involved:

i) A binary majority function is generated in a circuit when the output is 1 if the binary input variables have more 1’s than 0’s and otherwise the output is 0. The circuit should use only NAND gates.

ii) A circuit that accepts a three-bit number and generates an output binary number equal to the square of the input number.
(5 marks)

Question 2: Use Karnaugh map representation to find minimal product-of-sums
expression for each of the following Boolean functions:

i) f (x,y,z,w) = Σ (1,2,4,9,10,11,14,15)

ii) f (x,y,z,w) = Σ (7,8,9,10,14,15)
(3 marks)

Question 3: Translate the following English arguments into Propositional Calculus (PC) and Decide in PC, for each argument, whether it is a valid argument or not :

i) If the parliament refuses to enact new laws, then the strike will not be over unless it lasts more than one year and the president of the firm resigns.
Conclusion: If either the parliament enacts new laws or the strike is not over then the strike lasts more than one year.

ii) No second-hand car dealer buys a second–hand car for his family. Some people who buy second-hand cars for their families are absolutely dishonest.
Conclusion : Some absolutely dishonest people are not second-hand car dealers.

(7 marks)

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MCA CS-10 PROJECT Software Engineering

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MCA CS-10 PROJECT Software Engineering

Course Code : CS-10
Course Title : Software Engineering
Assignment Number : MCA(4)-10/Project/04
Maximum Marks : 15
Last date of Submission : 30th October, 2004

This is a project assignment. Answer the following question.

Question 1: Suppose that you are developing software for a Student Admission System for a University. Select the most appropriate mode (PC based or web based) for the project, and use the COCOMO model to give a crude estimate of the total number of person months required for the development, assuming that the estimated software size is 5000 lines of code.

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MCA CS-54 PROJECT Accounting and Finance on Computers

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MCA CS-54 PROJECT Accounting and Finance on Computers

Course Code : CS-54
Course Title : Accounting and Finance on
Computers
Assignment Number : MCA(4)-54/Project/04
Maximum Marks : 15
Last Date of Submission : 30th October, 2004

This is a Project Assignment. There are two questions in this. Answer all questions. You may use illustrations and diagrams to enhance explanations.

Question 1: Enumerate various features like financial accounting, budgeting, tax calculation, security and scope of customization in detail for any commercial accounting software (DOS / WINDOWS based latest versions) like WINGS, TALLY, Quick Book, TCS-EX, Ace, FACT, Intui, Peach Tree, etc.

Question 2: Collect data from any Motor Company (cars / motor-cycles/scooters etc.) and develop their budgets under various categories (as per your block) for the year 2004-2005. Describe the budgetary control procedures followed by these companies.

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