Syllabus of Gujarat Technical University 7th Sem CSE

Syllabus of Gujarat Technical University 7 thSem CSE

GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY

COMPUTER ENGINEERING

B. E. SEMESTER: VII

 

 

 

Subject Name: Advance .Net Technology (Department Elective -I)

 1. Introduction to .NET

.NET framework, MSIL, CLR, CLS, Name spaces, Assemblies, the Common Language Implementation , Assemblies , Metadata and Intermediate Language ,  Garbage Collection , Versioning and Side-by-Side Execution , The End to DLL Hell , Managed Execution , COM InterOp

 

2. Data Types and Base Class Libraries

Understanding .NET Data Types , Exploring Assemblies and Namespaces , String Manipulation , Files and I/O , Collections , The Microsoft.VisualBasic Namespace

 

 

3.VB .NET

Language Features Creating .NET Projects , Namespaces , Data Structure and Language Highlights , Classes and Inheritance , Structured Error Handling , Exploring the Base Class Library , Compatibility with VB6 , The .NET Type System , Threads

 

4.Object Oriented Programming with VB.NET

Creating Classes in VB.NET , Overloading , Constructors , Inheritance , Controlling scope and visibility , Dispose and Finalization , Debugging and Error Handling

 

5. Introduction to Windows Forms

Benefits of Windows Forms , .NET Events , The Windows Forms Model ,Creating Windows Forms ,Windows Forms Properties and Events , Dialogs , ToolTips

 

6.Windows Forms and Controls in detail

Windows Form Controls ,Resizing , Menus, Visual Inheritance , Apply Inheritance techniques to Forms , Creating Base Forms , Programming Derived Forms , MDI Form, Custom control creation, Using ActiveX Controls, Printing , Handling Multiple Events , GDI+

 

7. Introduction to ADO.NET

 Benefits of ADO.NET , ADO.NET compared to classic ADO , ADO .NET Objects Working with DataSets , Managed Providers , Data Binding, DataSets and XML , Typed DataSets, Working with Data Reader

 

8. Console Applications

When to use Console Applications , Generating Console Output , ProcessingConsole Input

 

9. C# .NET

Introduction to C#,Namespaces,Constructors and Destructors, Function Overloading and Inheritance,Modifiers,Properties and Indexers, Attributes, Reflection API ,Unsafe Code, Events and Delegates

 

10. ASP.Net

Introduction to ASP.NET, Difference between ASP and ASP .Net, Working with Controls, Using Rich Server Controls, Configuration Overview , Using the Web Site Administration Tool , Programming Configuration Files , Encrypting Configuration Sections, Accessing Data using ADO .Net, Connecting to Data , Executing Commands , Working with Data

 

11. Managing State

Preserving State in Web Applications , Page-Level State , Using Cookies to Preserve State , ASP.NET Session State , Storing Objects in Session State , Configuring Session State , Setting Up an Out-of-Process State Server , Storing Session State in SQL Server , Using Cookieless Session IDs , Application State

 

12. Themes and Master Pages

Creating a Consistent Web Site, ASP.NET Themes: Working with CSS and Scene files, Master Pages: working with Content place holder and Nested Master page.

 

13. Using the Data Bound controls and Repeater Controls

Overview of List-Bound Controls , Creating a Repeater Control , Creating a DataList Control,

 

14. Creating and Consuming Web Services

The Motivation for XML Web Services , Creating an XML Web Service with Visual Studio , Designing XML Web Services , Creating Web Service Consumers, Discovering Web Services Using UDDI

 

15. Advance .Net Concepts:

Introduction Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Introduction to Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), Introduction to Windows Work Flow (WF), Silver light, Introduction to Ajax Controls.

 

Text Books:

1. Professional VB. NET , Wrox publication

2. ASP .NET complete reference, TMH

3. C# The Basic by Vijay Mukhi

 

Reference Books:

1. ASP.NET Developer’s Guide – Greg Buczek, McGrawHill

2. Programming VB.Net 2005, Julia Case Bradley, Anita Millspaugh, McGrawHill

3. ASP.NET 2.0, Black Book, dreamtech

4. ASP.NET 4, Unleashed – Stephen Walther, Kevin Hoffman, Nate Dudek, Pearson

5. Professional C# .Net, Wrox publication

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Subject Name: Advance Computing Technology

Subject Code: 170704

 

 

1. Cluster Computing at Glance :

Ease of Computing, Scalable Parallel Computer Architecture, Towards Low Cost Parallel Computing & Motivation, Windows opportunity, A Cluster Computer And Its Architecture, Cluster Classification, Commodity Components fir Clusters, Network Services/Communication SW, Cluster Middleware and Single Systems Image, Resource management & Scheduling (RMS), Programming environment Tools, Cluster Applications, Representative Cluster Systems, Clusters of SMPS

 

2. Cluster Setup and Administration :

Setting up the cluster, Security, System Monitoring, System Tuning,

 

3. Constructing Scalable Services :

Environment, Resource sharing, Resource sharing enhanced locality, prototype implementation and extension

 

4. Introduction to Grid and its Evolution :

Beginning of the grid, building blocks of the grid, grid applications and application middleware, future of the grid, Evolution of the Grid: first, second and third generation

 

5. Implementing Production Grids :

Grid context, Grid support for collaboration, Building an initial multisite, computational and data grid, cross site trust management, Transition to a prototype production grid

 

6. Anatomy of Grid :

Virtual organizations, Nature of grid architecture, Grid architecture description and practice, intergrid protocols, relation to other technologies, other perspective on grids

7. Introduction to Cloud Computing :

Defining Clouds. Cloud Providers, Consuming Cloud Services, Cloud Models –Iaas, Paas, SaaS, Inside the cloud, Administering cloud services, technical interface, cloud resources

 

8. Nature of cloud :

Tradition data center, cost of cloud data center, Scaling computer systems, economics, cloud work load, managing data on clouds, public, private and hybrid clouds

 

9. Cloud elements :

Infrastructure as a service, Platform as a Service, Software as a Service

 

 

Text Books:

1. High Performance Cluster Computing, Volume 1, Architecture and Systems,Rajkumar Buyya, Pearson Education

2. Grid Computing – Making the Global Infrastructure A Reality, Edited by Berman,Fox and Hey, Wiley India

3. Cloud Computing for Dummies, Hurwitz, Bllor, Kaufman, Halper, Wiley India.

 

Reference Books:

1. Cloud Computing, A Practical Approach, Anthony Velte, Toby Velte, RobertElsenpeter, McGrawHill

2. Clouding Computing with Windows Azure Plaform, Roger Jennings, Wiley India

3. Virtualization for Dummies – Bernand Golden, Wiley India

4. Cloud Computing – Bible, Berrie Sonsisky, Wiley (India)

5. Cloud Security – Ronald Krutz, Wiley (India)

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Subject Name: Advance Java Technology

Subject Code: 170703

 

1. Introduction To Swing, MVC Architecture, Applets, Applications and Pluggable Look and Feel, Basic swing components : Text Fields, Buttons, Toggle Buttons, Checkboxes, and Radio Buttons

 2. Java database Programming, java.sql Package, JDBC driver types, java beans 06

 3. Network Programming With java.net Package, Client Programs And Server Programs, Content And Protocol Handlers

 4. RMI architecture, RMI registry, Writing distributed application with RMI, Naming services, Naming And Directory Services, Overview of JNDI, Object serialization and Internationalization

 5. J2EE architecture, Enterprise application concepts, n-tier application concepts, J2EE platform, HTTP protocol, web application, Web containers and Application servers

 6. Server side programming with Java Servlet, HTTP and Servlet, Servlet API, life cycle, configuration and context, Request and Response objects, Session handling and event handling, Introduction to filters with writing simple filter application

 7. JSP architecture, JSP page life cycle, JSP elements, Expression Language, Tag Extensions, Tag Extension API, Tag handlers, JSP Fragments, Tag Files, JSTL, Core Tag library, overview of XML Tag library, SQL Tag library and Functions Tag library

 8. Introduction to Hibernate, Hibernate Architecture, O/R Mapping in Hibernate 04

 Text Books:

1. Java 6 Programming, Black Book, dreamtech

2. Java Server Programming, Java EE6 (J2EE 1.6), Black Book, dreamtech

3. Java Programming Advance Topics, Joe Wigglesworth and Paula McMillan, Cengage Learning

 

Reference Books:

1. Professional Java Server Programming, a! Apress

2. Core Java, Volume II – Advanced Features, Eight Edition, Pearson

3. Unleashed Java 2 Platform, Sams Techmedia

4. The Complete Reference J2EE, Keogh, McGrawHill

5. Java EE 5 for beginners, Bayross and Shah, SPD

6. JDBC 3 Java Database Connectivity, Bernand Van Haecke, Wiley-dreamtech

7. Java Server Pages for Beginners, Bayross and Shah, SPD

8. Java Servlet Programming, Jason Hunter, SPD (O’Reilly)

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Subject Name: Compiler Design

Subject Code: 170701

 

1. Overview of the Translation Process

A Simple Compiler, Difference between interpreter, assembler and compiler. Overview and use of linker and loader , types of Compiler, Analysis of the Source Program, The Phases of a Compiler, Cousins of the Compiler, The Grouping of Phases, Lexical Analysis, Hard Coding and Automatic Generation Lexical Analyzers, Front-end and Back-end of compiler, pass structure

 

2. Lexical Analyzer

Introduction to Lexical Analyzer, Input Buffering, Specification of Tokens, Recognition of Tokens, A Language for Specifying Lexical Analyzers, Finite Automata From a Regular Expression, Design of a Lexical Analyzer Generator, Optimization of DFA

 

3. Parsing Theory

Top Down and Bottom up Parsing Algorithms, Top-Down Parsing, Bottom-Up Parsing, Operator-Precedence Parsing, LR Parsers, Using Ambiguous Grammars, Parser Generators, Automatic Generation of Parsers. Syntax-Directed Definitions, Construction of Syntax Trees, Bottom-Up Evaluation of S-Attributed Definitions, L-Attributed Definitions, syntax directed definitions and translation schemes

 

4. Error Recovery

Error Detection & Recovery, Ad-Hoc and Systematic Methods

 

5. Intermediate Code Generation

Different Intermediate Forms, Syntax Directed Translation Mechanisms And Attributed Mechanisms And Attributed Definition.

 

6. Run Time Memory Management

Source Language Issues, Storage Organization, Storage-Allocation Strategies, and Access to Non local Names, Parameter Passing, Symbol Tables, and Language Facilities for Dynamic Storage Allocation, Dynamic Storage Allocation Techniques.

 

7. Code Optimization

Global Data Flow Analysis, A Few Selected Optimizations like Command Sub Expression Removal, Loop Invariant Code Motion, Strength Reduction Etc.

 

8. Code Generation

Issues in the Design of a Code Generator, The Target Machine, Run-Time Storage Management, Basic Blocks and Flow Graphs, Next-Use Information, A Simple Code Generator, Register Allocation and Assignment, The DAG Representation of Basic Blocks, Peephole Optimization, Generating Code from DAGs, Dynamic Programming Code-Generation Algorithm, Code-Generator Generators.

 

 

Text Books:

1. Compiler Tools Techniques – A.V.Aho, Ravi Sethi, J.D.Ullman, Addison Wesley

2. The Theory And Practice Of Compiler Writing – Trembley J.P. And Sorenson P.G. Mcgraw-Hill

 

Reference Books:

1. Modern Compiler Design – Dick Grune, Henri E. Bal, Jacob, Langendoen, WILEY India

2. Compiler Construction – Waite W.N. And Goos G., Springer Verlag

3. Compiler Construction-Principles And Practices – D.M.Dhamdhere, Mcmillian

4. Principles of Compiler Design, V. Raghavan, McGrawHill

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Subject Name: Computer Signal Processing (Department Elective -I)

Subject Code: 170706

 

1. Discrete Time Signals & System:

Discrete–time signals, Discrete–time systems, Analysis of discrete-time LTI systems, Discrete-time systems described by differential equations, Implementation of discrete-time systems, Correlation of discrete-time systems

 

2. Z-Transform:

Definition and Properties of Z-transform, Rational Z-transforms, Inverse Ztransform, one-sided Z-transform, Analysis of LTI systems in Z-domain

 

3. Frequency Analysis of Signals and Systems:

Frequency analysis: Continuous time signals and Discrete-time signals, Properties of the Fourier transform for discrete-time signals, Frequency domain characteristics of LTI systems, LTI system as a frequency selective filter, Inverse systems and de convolution

 

4. Discrete Fourier Transform:

Frequency domain sampling, Properties of DFT, Linear filtering method based on DFT, Frequency analysis of signals using DFT, FFT algorithm, Applicationsof FFT, Goertzel algorithm, Quantization effects in the computation of DFT

 

5. Implementation of Discrete Time Systems:

Structure of FIR systems, Structure of IIR systems, quantization of filter coefficients, round-off effects in digital filters

 

6. Design of Digital Filters:

Design of FIR filters, Design of IIR filters from analog filters, frequency transformations, Design of digital filters based on least-squares method digital filters from analogue filters, Properties of FIR digital filters, Design of FIR filters using windows, Comparison of IIR and FIR filters, and Linear phase filters.

 

7. Introduction to DSP co-processors:

TMS 320C40/50, Analog Devices.

 

8. Applications :

Image processing, Control, Speech, Audio, Telecommunication

 

 Text Books:

1. J.G. Proakis, “Introduction to Digital Signal Processing”, PHI

2. Oppenhiem and Schaffer, “Discrete Time Signal Processing”

 

Reference Books:

1. S.K. Mitra, “Digital Signal Processing”, TMH.

2. T.J. Cavicchi, “Digital Signal Processing”, John Wiley.

3. L.C. Ludeman,” Fundamentals Of Digital Signal Processing”, John Wiley.

4. E.C. Ifeachor, B.W. Jervis, “Digital Signal Processing”, Pearson Education.

5. Digital Signal Processing – Shaila Apte, Wiley(India)

6. Digital Signal Processing, – Salivahanan, Vallavaraj and Gnanapriya, McGrawHill

7. “Analog and Digital Signal Processing”, Thompson Learning

8. Digital Signal Processing, Tan, Elsevier

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Subject Name: Embedded Technology (Department Elective -I)

Subject Code: 170705

 

1. An overview of embedded systems:

Introduction to embedded systems, Categories and requirements of embedded systems, Challenges and issues related to embedded software development, Hardware/Software co-design, Introduction to IC technology, Introduction to design technology

 

2. Embedded Software development:

Concepts of concurrency, processes, threads, mutual exclusion and interprocess communication, Models and languages for embedded software, Synchronous approach to embedded system design, Scheduling paradigms, Scheduling algorithms, Introduction to RTOS, Basic design using RTOS

 

3. Embedded C Language:

Real time methods, Mixing C and Assembly, Standard I/O functions, Preprocessor directives, Study of C compilers and IDE, Programming the target device

 

4. Hardware for embedded systems:

Various interface standards, Various methods of interfacing, Parallel I/O interface, Blind counting synchronization and Gadfly Busy waiting, Parallel port interfacing with switches, keypads and display units, Memory and high speed interfacing, Interfacing of data acquisition systems, Interfacing of controllers, Serial communication interface, Implementation of above concepts using Clanguage

 

5. Study of ATMEL RISC Processor:

Architecture, Memory, Reset and interrupt , functions, Parallel I/O ports, Timers/Counters, Serial communication, Analog interfaces, Implementation of above concepts using C language, Implementation of above concepts using C language

 

6. Case studies and Applications of embedded systems:

Applications to: Communication, Networking, Database, Process Control, Case Studies of: Digital Camera, Network Router, RTLinux

 

 Text Books:

1. Raj Kamal, “Embedded Systems”, TMH

2. David E. Simon, “An Embedded Software Primer “, Pearson Education

3. Muhammad Ali Mazidi and Janice Gillispie Mazidi, “The 8051Microcontroller and Embedded Systems”, Pearson Education

 

Reference Books:

1. Frank Vahid, Tony Givargis, “Embedded System Design: A Unified Hardware/Software Introduction”, John Wiley

2. Craig Hollabaugh, “Embedded Linux”, Pearson Education

3. Daniel Lewis, “Fundamentals of Embedded Software”, Pearson Education.

4. Barnett, Cox, O’Cull, “Embedded C Programming and the Atmel AVR “, Thomson Learning

5. Myke Predko, “Programming and Customizing the 8051 Microcontroller”, TMH

6. Shibu, Introduction to Embedded Systems, McGrawHill.

7. Computers As Components, Wolf, Elsevier

8. Embedded System Design, Heath, Elsevier

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Subject Name: Mobile Computing

Subject Code: 170702

 

1. Mobile Computing Introduction

History of Wireless Communications, Types, propagation modes Wireless network architecture, Applications, Security, Concerns and Standards, Benefits, Future. Evolution of mobile computing, What mobile users need, SOC and AOC client, Mobile computing OS, Architecture for mobile computing, Three tier architecture, design considerations for mobile computing, mobile computing through internet, making existing applications Mobile-Enabled.

 

2. Mobile Technologies

Bluetooth, Radio frequency identification(Rfid),Wireless Broadband, Mobile IP: Introduction, Advertisement, Registration, TCP connections, two level addressing, abstract mobility management model, performance issue, routing in mobile host, Adhoc networks, Mobile transport layer: Indirect TCP, Snooping TCP, Mobile TCP, Time out freezing, Selective retransmission, transaction oriented TCP. ,IPv6 Global system for mobile communication, Global system for mobile communication, GSM architecture, GSM entities, call routing in GSM,PLMN interface, GSM addresses and identifiers, network aspects in GSM,GSM frequency allocation, authentication and security, Short message services, Mobile computing over SMS,SMS, value added services through SMS, accessing the SMS bearer

 

3. General packet radio service(GPRS)

GPRS and packet data network, GPRS network architecture, GPRS network operation, data services in GPRS, Applications of GPRS, Billing and charging in GPRS

 

4. Wireless Application Protocol(WAP) WAP,MMS,GPRS application CDMA and 3G

 Spread-spectrum Technology, CDMA versus GSM, Wireless data, third generation networks, applications in 3G Wireless LAN, Wireless LAN advantages,IEEE802.11 standards ,Wireless LAN architecture, Mobility in Wireless LAN, Deploying Wireless LAN, Deploying Wireless LAN, Mobile ad hoc networks and sensor networks, wireless LAN security, WiFi v/s 3G Voice over Internet protocol and convergence, Voice over IP,H.323 framework for voice over IP,SIP, comparison between H.323 ad SIP, Real time protocols, convergence technologies, call routing, call routing, voice over IP applications, IMS, Mobile VoIP, Security issues in mobile Information security, security techniques and algorithms, security framework formobile environment

 

Text Books:

1. Mobile Computing , Asoke K Telukder, Roopa R Yavagal, TMH

2. The complete reference J2ME, TMH

3. Programming for Mobile and Remote Computers, G. T. Thampi, dreamtech

4. Handbook of Wireless Networks and Mobile Computing, Ivan Stojmenovic ,Wiley

 

Reference Books:

1. Principles of Mobile Computing, – Hansmann, Merk, Nicklous and Stober, Springer

2. Mobile Communications, Jochen Schiller, Pearson

3. Mobile Computing, Raj Kamal, Oxford

4. Mobile Computing, Wandra & Wandra, Akshat Pub.

5. Android Wireless Application Development, Shane Conder, Lauren Darcey, Pearson

6. Professional Android 2 Application development, Reto Meier, Wrox, Wiley India

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Subject Name: Web Data Management

Subject Code: 170708

 

Course Description

XML and, more generally, semi structured data, differs in shape from traditional relational data. More importantly, it is used in novel kinds of applications: exchange and retrieval on the Web, rather than local storage and processing. This course covers some major developments in semi structured data and XML that happened over the last few years: data models, syntax, query languages, schemas, query analysis, type checking, publishing, indexes, and storage methods. Prerequisite: Database Programming, Database Management Systems

 Course Contents

Introduction: Modeling Web Data

  1.  Database Technology and Web Applications
  2.  Semistructured data
  3.  Web Data Management with XML
  4.  XML and syntax
  5. XML Data Model, XLink, and XPointer

XPath and XQuery

  1.  Regular Path Expressions
  2.  XPath Basics
  3.  XPath steps and expressions
  4.  Path evaluations, axes, node tests, predicates
  5.  XQuery Syntax
  6.  FLWOR expression, advanced features
  7.  XUpdate

Typing

  1.  Automata on ranked trees, unranked trees
  2.  XML Schema, other schema languages
  3.  Graph semistructured data, graph bisimulation, data guides
  4.  XML query evaluation
  5.  XML identifiers, XML evaluation techniques

Ontologies, Querying and Data Integration

  1.  RDF, RDF Schema, OWL
  2.  Description Logic
  3.  Querying data through ontologies
  4.  Querying RDF data, querying through RDFS
  5.  Answering queries though DL
  6.  Global-as-view (GAV) and Local-as-view (LAV) mediation
  7.  Ontology based mediation, Peer-to-peer data management systems

Building Web scale applications

  1.  Web search, web crawlers, web information retrieval
  2.  Web graph mining and hot topics in web search
  3.  Distributed systems, failure management
  4.  Required properties of a distributed system, P2P networks
  5.  Hash-based structures, distributed indexing
  6.  Distributed computing with MapReduce

 

Text Book

S. Abiteboul, I. Manolescu, P. Rigaux, M. Rousset and P. Senellart, Web Data Management, Cambridge University Press, 2012

 Reference Books

1. S. Abiteboul, P. Buneman and D. Suciu, Data on the Web: From Relational to Semistructured Data to XML, Morgan Kaufman Publisher

2. Research papers and W3C web site

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Subject Name: Wireless Communication and Mobile Programming

Subject Code: 170702N

 

1. Mobile Computing Introduction

History of Wireless Communications, Types, propagation modes Wireless network architecture, Applications, Security, Concerns and Standards, Benefits, Future. Evolution of mobile computing, What mobile users need, SOC and AOC client, Mobile computing OS, Architecture for mobile computing, Three tier architecture, design considerations for mobile computing, mobile computing through internet, making existing applications Mobile-Enabled.

 

2. Mobile Technologies

Bluetooth, Radio frequency identification(Rfid),Wireless Broadband, Mobile IP: Introduction, Advertisement, Registration, TCP connections, two level addressing, abstract mobility management model, performance issue, routing in mobile host, Adhoc networks, Mobile transport layer: Indirect TCP, Snooping TCP, Mobile TCP, Time out freezing, Selective retransmission, transaction oriented TCP. ,IPv6 Global system for mobile communication, Global system for mobile communication, GSM architecture, GSM entities, call routing in GSM,PLMN interface, GSM addresses and identifiers, network aspects in GSM,GSM frequency allocation, authentication and security, Short message services, Mobile computing over SMS,SMS, value added services through SMS, accessing the SMS bearer

 

3. General packet radio service(GPRS)

GPRS and packet data network, GPRS network architecture, GPRS network operation, data services in GPRS, Applications of GPRS, Billing and charging in GPRS

 

4. Wireless Application Protocol(WAP) WAP,MMS,GPRS application CDMAand 3G

Spread-spectrum Technology, CDMA versus GSM, Wireless data, third generation networks, applications in 3G Wireless LAN, Wireless LAN advantages,IEEE802.11 standards ,Wireless LAN architecture, Mobility in Wireless LAN, Deploying Wireless LAN, Deploying Wireless LAN, Mobile ad hoc networks and sensor networks, wireless LAN security, WiFi v/s 3G Voice over Internet protocol and convergence, Voice over IP,H.323 framework for voice over IP,SIP, comparison between H.323 ad SIP, Real time protocols, convergence technologies, call routing, call routing, voice over IP applications,  IMS, Mobile VoIP, Security issues in mobile Information security, security techniques and algorithms, security framework for mobile environment

 

Text Books:

1. Mobile Computing , Asoke K Telukder, Roopa R Yavagal, TMH

2. The complete reference J2ME, TMH

3. Programming for Mobile and Remote Computers, G. T. Thampi, dreamtech

4. Handbook of Wireless Networks and Mobile Computing, Ivan Stojmenovic ,Wiley

 

Reference Books:

1. Principles of Mobile Computing, – Hansmann, Merk, Nicklous and Stober, Springer

2. Mobile Communications, Jochen Schiller, Pearson

3. Mobile Computing, Raj Kamal, Oxford

4. Mobile Computing, Wandra & Wandra, Akshat Pub.

5. Android Wireless Application Development, Shane Conder, Lauren Darcey,Pearson

6. Professional Android 2 Application development, Reto Meier, Wrox, Wiley India

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