To provide information on feedback control Principles and to apply these concepts to typical physical processes. To introduce solution of typical problems.
1.0 Component Modeling, Linearization:(7 hours)
1.1 Differential equation and transfer function notations
1.2 State-space formulation of differential equations, matrix notation
1.3 Mechanical components: mass, spring, damper
1.4 Electrical components: inductance, capacitance, resistance, sources, motors, tachometers, transducers, operational amplifier circuits
1.5 Fluid and fluidic components
1.6 Thermal system components
1.7 Mixed systems
1.8 Linearized approximations of non-linear ...
To introduce the student to analog and digital communication systems.
1.0 Analog and Digital Communication Systems:(2 hours)
1.1 Analog and digital communication sources, transmitters, transmission channels and receivers
1.2 Fundamental limitations due to noise, distortion and interference and the relationships between noise, bandwidth and information
1.3 Types and reasons for modulation
2.0 Representation of Communication Signals and Systems:(2 hours)
2.1 Review of signal transfer in linear systems, the ideal lowpass filter and distortionless transmission, the ...
To present and practice the basic techniques used in computer graphics systems.1.0 Purpose of Computer Graphics: (5 hours)
1.1 Early history of computer graphics
1.2 Engineering applications: CAD, schematic capture
1.3 Data visualization in medicine, art and engineering
2.0 Hardware Concepts: (8 hours)
2.1 Mouse, keyboard, light pen, touch screen and tablet input hardware
2.2 Raster and vector display architectures
2.3 Architecture of simple non-graphical display terminals
2.4 Architecture of graphical display terminals including frame buffer and ...
Comprehensive treatment of methods and instruments for a wide range of measurement problems.
1.0 Instrumentation Systems:(2 hours)
1.1 Functions of components of instrumentation system transduction, signal processing, signal transmission, output indication
1.2 Need for electrical, electronics, pneumatic and hydraulic working media systems and conversion devices
1.3 Analog and digital systems
2.0 Theory of measurements:(3 hours)
2.1 Static performance parameters: accuracy, precision, sensitivity, resolution, and linearity
2.2 Dynamic performance parameter: response time, frequency response and bandwidth
2.3 Error ...
The course objective is to familiarize students with the Object-Oriented Analysis, Design and Programming. The practical component of this course is based on C++.
1.0 Overview(2 hrs)
1.1. Procedural programming and issues with procedural programming
1.2. Why Object-Oriented programming
1.3. Object-Oriented concepts
1.4. Advantages of Object-Oriented programming
2. Introduction and History of C++(3 hrs)
2.1. Why C++
2.2. History and Evolution of C++
First Year, First Part (I/I)
It is assumed that incoming students have a good grounding in algebra, some knowledge of trigonometry and analytic geometry and previous to calculus. By the end of the course, students will have seen the development of all of the elementary functions, ranging from polynomials to the inverse hyperbolic functions.
To develop a working knowledge of computer methods, systems, and languages. Emphasis will be given on developing programming skills using C.
1. Introduction to Computers( 3 hours)
1.1 Historical development and Generation of Computers
1.2 Computer Systems and Organization
1.2.1 Computer Hardware (Block diagram of digital computer)
1.2.2 Computer Software
1.2.3 Programming languages
2. Problem Solving Using Computer( 4 hours)
2.1 Problem Analysis
2.2 Algorithm Development & Flowcharting
2.4 Compilation and Execution
2.5 Debugging and Testing
2.6 Program Documentation
To provide the student with a practical knowledge of the principles and concepts of probability and statistics and their application to simple engineering problems.
1. Introduction and Descriptive Statistics:(4 hours)
1.1. An overview of probability and statistics
1.2. Pictorial and tabular methods in descriptive statistics
1.3. Measures of location: mean, median, quartiles, percentiles, etc.
1.4. Measures of variability
2. Probability:(4 hours)
To provide the concept and knowledge of physics with the emphasis of present day applications. The background of physics corresponding to Proficiency Certificate Level is assumed.
1.0 Oscillations and Simple Harmonic motion (3 Hours)
1.1 Introduction to mean position and restoring force. Elastic restoring force. Hooks
Law. Definition of SHM. Condition of SHM. Rarity of SHM’S. Equation of SHM.
1.2 Examples of SHM: spring-mass system, Physical pendulum and torsional pendulum.
1.3 Damped Oscillations.
To provide the basics in designing of an operating system.
1. Principles of operating systems(5 hours)
1.1. Evolution of operating systems
1.1.1. User driven
1.1.2. Operator driven
1.1.3. Simple batch system
1.1.4. Off-line batch system
1.1.5. Directly-coupled off-line system
1.1.6. Multi-programmed spooling system
1.1.7. On-line timesharing system
1.1.8. Multiprocessor systems
1.1.9. Multi-computer/Distributed systems
2. Program construction utilities(6 hours)
2.3. Link editor
2.4. Relocating loader
3. Concurrent processes(5 hours)