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This modules provides an understanding of the design and layout of digital VLSI circuits and systems through laboratories and design exercises making use of appropriate CAD tools.
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Computer structure. Data representation methods (unsigned and signed integers, floating point numbers, characters), signed number and floating point arithmetic, instruction set architecture(instruction format, instruction set, addressing modes with particular emphasis on indexed method, as implemented in lists and tables), pseudo-instructions. Machine language, programming at symbolic language level. Assembler, Linker, Debugger. Stack organization and subroutines. Fetch – execution of instructions. Understanding computer performance. Data input – output. Bus structure. Direct memory access. The laboratory part of the course includes programming in assembly language (MIPS) using simulators.
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This is very interesting course on Digital Design
TEI of Athens
This modules provides an understanding of the design and layout of digital VLSI circuits and systems through laboratories and design exercises making use of appropriate CAD tools.
TEI of Athens
Upon successful completion of the course students should have acquired: knowledge of the database technologies, and the Database Management Products understanding of matters arising during the design and implementation of integrated database systems skills of designing and implementing integrated database systems using various database technologies ability to evaluate database systems design, and implement integrated database systems in various environments
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Information Technology Security Overview Cryptography I Cryptography II Operating Systems Protection Data Base Security Access Control Network and Distributed Systems Security Internet Security Intrusion Detection I Intrusion Detection II Computer Forensics Risk Analysis Security Management Legal and Ethical Issues
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Computer Structure. Principles of structured programming. Compiling. Linking. Executable programs. C programming language. Variables, data types, expressions, assignments. Simple input/output. Loops. Control structures. Arrays. Functions. Scope of variables. Recursion. Pointers. Dynamic memory allocation. Strings. Structures. Formatted input/output. The C preprocessor. Macros. Inout/Output redirection. Data streams. Text (ASCII) files. Binary files. Serial/random file access. Specific topics (the arguments of main(), enumerated data types, unions). Laboratory in C programming.
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It the first lesson for comprehending what is System, Information System and Management Information System. It also provides knowledge regarding organization and operation o business. The application of these concepts is examined with reference to established and well known categories of management information systems, which are: DSS, MIS, ESS, KWS, OAS, TPS, ERP, SCM, CRM, HRM). We also briefly examine the software analysis and design methodologies, as the basic blocks for composition, revision and protraction of management information systems. Among the analysis steps, we give attention on how to record the results of the requirement analysis. This is crucial because we examine well established management information systems and need to define clearly their common ground. For a standardized recording of the requirements of MIS, students are trained to compose Data Flow Diagrams (DFDs) and also to compose and understand Entity Relationship Diagrams (ERDs). Specific case studies are used to improve and assess their comprehension and skills acquired. We focus on systems like “General accounts”, “Customer and Supplier management”, “Fixed Assets management”. We also examine “Electronic Prescription”, “Payroll” and “Commitment, Invoice and Payment management”. Students with successful participation will be able to: Understand analysis and design of management information systems Collect and classify information of organizations, towards the duty to compose a feasibility analysis report for a management information system. Detect and declare the functional and non-functional requirements Model the aspects of a system (structure, behavior, interaction, states, integrity constraints, architecture, etc) Design the architecture of an Information system, using structured analysis techniques (Data Flow Diagrams and Entity Relationship Diagrams) Design the database conceptual schema and also the interface of an information system Service as a project manager for every scale of information systems