2009/2010, Semester 1
Non-Faculty-Based Departments (Institute Of Systems Science)
Modular Credits: 4
- Java Object Persistence This module explores the persistence of Java objects. Typical Java objects created in a program are destroyed when the program terminates. However, there are situations (e.g., in business applications) where data must be preserved across application runs (e.g., customer records). This module explores the various techniques for the persistence of Java objects. - Wireless Technology II The objective of this module is to teach students wireless application development using J2ME and SMS through lectures and workshop. - Project Management Pre-requisite: NA The objective of this module is to impart IT project management skills to the students and to teach them the use of various tools and techniques for project costing, scheduling, tracking, controlling and reporting. - J2EE Project Students are to code and test the J2EE library application. The design requirement of this application is given and students are expected to work in teams to divide the coding among the team members, test and deliver the application.
13-6.5-6.5-0-0; 19.5-13-0-13-0; 20-0-6-6.5-0; 3.25-0-6.5-13-3.25