Information System Management

Information System Management



 System Management- Paper 1st

 Operating Systems- Paper 2nd

 Curriculum of System Management- Paper 1st   (IIBM- E1079)

S.No. Topics
 1 Information and Management:-Types of Information, Why do We Need a Computer-Based Information System?, Management Structure, Management and Information Requirements, Qualities of Information.
2 Examples of Information Systems:Various Functions in Organizations, Computer Infrastructure in Organizations, Information Processing for a Store-An Overview, Varieties of Information Systems.
3 Information System Analysis Overview:-Overview of Design of an Information System, The Role and Tasks of a Systems Analyst, Attributes of a Systems Analyst, Tools Used by Systems Analyst, Approaches to Systems Development.
4 Information Gathering:-Strategy to Gather Information, Information Sources, Methods of Searching for Information, Interviewing Technique, Questionnaires, Other Methods of Information Search.
5 System Requirements Specification:-System Requirements Specification: Example, Data Requirements, Steps in System Analysis, Modularizing Requirements Specifications.
6 Feasibility Analysis:-Deciding on Project Goals, Examining Alternative Solutions, Evaluating Proposed Solution, Cost-benefit Analysis, Payback Period, Feasibility Report, System Proposal.
7 Data Flow Diagrams:-System Used in DFDs, Describing a System with a DFD, Good Conventions in Developing DFDs, Leveling of DFDs, Logical and Physical DFDs.
8 Process Specifications:Process Specification Methods, Structured English, Some Example of Process Specification.
9 Decision Tables:-Decision Table Terminology and Development, Extended Entry Decision Tables, Establishing the Logical Correctness of Decision Tables, Use of Karnaugh Maps to Detect Logical Errors in Decision Tables, Eliminating Redundant Specifications.
10 Use Case Method:-What is a Use Case?, Use Case Examples, Use Case Diagrams, Use Case Example-Automated Teller Machine (ATM), Stick Diagrams for ATM, Testing with Use Cases.
11 Logical Database Design:-Entity Relationship Model, Relationship Cardinality and Participation, Relations, Normalizing Relations, Why do we Normalize a Relations?, Second Normal Form Relation, Third Normal Form, Boyce-Codd Normal Form (BCNF), Fourth and Fifth Normal Forms, Some Example of Database Design.
12 Database Management System (DBMS):-Problem with File-Based Systems, Database and Database Management Systems, Objectives of Database Management, Overview of Database Management Systems, Query Language, Database Administrator, Database Design.
13 Object-Oriented System Modelling:-Objects and Their Properties, Implementation of Classes, Identifying Objects in an Association, Modeling Systems with Objects.
14 Data Input Methods:-Data Inputs, Coding Techniques, Detection of Error in Codes, Validating Input Data, Interactive Data Input.
15 Designing Outputs:-Output Devices, Objectives of Output Design, Design of Output Reports, Design of Screens, Use of Business Graphics.
16 Control, Audit and Security of Information Systems:-Control in Information Systems, Audit of Information Systems, Testing of Information Systems, Security of Information Systems.
17 Electronic Commerce:-What is e-Commerce?, Advantages and Disadvantages of e-Commerce, e-Commerce System Architecture, Electronic Data Interchange, Security in e-Commerce, Electronic Payment Systems.
18 System Design Example:-A System for Journal Acquisition, Documents and Data Flow Diagram, Feasibility of the System, System Specification, Database Design, Control, Audit and Test Plan, Implementation Plan.

Curriculum of Operating Systems- Paper 2nd   (IIBM- E1080)

S.No. Topics
 1 Operating Systems: An Overview:-Introduction, An Overview of Operating Systems, Operating System Components, Input/ Output Hardware, Application Input/Output Interfaces, Operating System Services, Kernel Subsystems, Transforming Input/Output Requests to Hardware Operation, Streams, Distributed Operating Systems, Special Purpose Operating Systems, System Calls, System Structure, System Design and Implementation, System Programs, Virtual Machines, Evolution of Operating Systems, Attributes of Unix Operating System, Attributes of Linux Operating System, The Android Operating System, The Mac Operating System, The Tablet Computer.
2 Process Management:-Introduction, Process States, Process Control Block, Process Scheduling, Types of Schedulers, Context Switch, Operations on Process, Cooperating Processes, CPU Scheduling, Threads and Thread Structures, Multiprocessor Systems, Thread System Calls, Scheduling Algorithms, Thread Scheduling, Evaluation of Scheduling Algorithms..
3 Concurrency and Process Synchronisation:-Introduction, The Critical-Section Problem, Semaphores, Classical Problems of Synchronisation, Critical Regions, Message Passing, Transactions.
4 Deadlocks:-Introduction, Deadlock Handling.
5 Memory Management:-Introduction, Memory Partitioning, Multiple Partitioning, Processes and Main Memory Allocation, Buddy Systems, Contiguous Allocation, Paging, Page Table and Hardware Support, Segmentation, Virtual Memory, Demand Paging, Paging and Page Replacements Algorithms, Thrashing, Demand Segmentation, Multics.
6 File System Interface and Implementation:-Introduction, Concept of a File, File Access Methods, Directory Structure, Protection, File System Implementation, File Alocation Methods, File Space Management, Directory Implementation, Efficiency, Performance.
7 Protection and Security:-Protection, Security.
8 Distribution Systems:-Introduction, Structure of a Network, Structure of a Distributed System, Distributed File System, Case Studies, Operating System Support for Multimedia.

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