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As you want to get the BE Computer Science 5th semester question papers of Anna University so here is the information of the same for you:

BE Computer Science 5th semester question papers of Anna University

Anna University
Question Paper Code : P 1216

B.E / B.Tech DEGREE EXAMINATION, NOVEMBER / DECEMBER 2009

Fifth Semester

Computer Science Engineering

CS 1304 - MICROPROCESSORS AND MICROCONTROLLERS

(Common to B.E (Part Time) FOURTH SEMESTER Regulation 2005)

(Regulation 2004)

Answer ALL questions.


PART A - (10 x 2 = 20 marks)



1. Write an 8085 assembly language program to multiply two 8-bit numbers.
2. What are the functions of the RST 6.5 and ALE signals of 8085?
3. Write down the functions of the ASSUME and EXTRN assembler directives.
4. Define the functions of the REPEAT and LOCK prefixes.
5. Distinguish between the maximum mode and minimum mode of operation of the 8086 processor.
6. What is a coprocessor? How is it useful?
7. 8253's OUT signal is to be used as a clock input of the desired frequency to a particular device. Is it possible? How?
8. How is a memory-to-memory transfer accomplished using 8237?
9. What are the addressing modes supported by 8051?
10. Write an 8051program to divide two 8-bit number.


PART B - (5 x 16 = 80 marks)

11. (a) (i) Discuss the architecture of the 8085 processor with a neat diagram (10)

(ii) Write an 8085 program to subtract one 4-digit decimal number from another. (6)

OR

(b) (i) Discuss the interrupts of 8085 (10)

(ii) Write an 8085 program to find the largest of a set of n 8-bit numbers. (6)

OR

12. (a) (i) Assume that a symbol table starting at location TABLE consists of 100 entries. Each entry has 80 bytes with the first 8 bytes representing the name field and the remaining 72 bytes representing the information field. Write an 8086 program sequence to search this table for a given name of 8 characters stored in NAME. If this name is found, copy the associated information to INFO: otherwise fill INFO with null characters.(10)

(ii) Discuss about the interrupts of 8086. (6)

OR

(b) (i) Discuss the string primitives of 8086 with an examples for each. (10)

(ii) Write an 8086 assembly language program using string primitives to find out whether a given byte is in a string or not. If the byte is a part of the string, find the relative address of this byte from the start of the string. (6)




13. (a) A multiprocessor system consists of 2 modules with the following specifications:

Module 1 : 8086 with 8087 and a resident bus
Module 2 : 8086 with an I/O bus.

Draw a detailed block diagram showing the various components required and indicate the interconnections between the various components. Explain briefly how co-ordination and communication take place between the various masters.

OR


(b) Discuss the maximum mode configuration of 8086 with a neat diagram, clearly pointing out the functions of the various signals



14. (a) With a neat diagram discuss the various modes of operation of 8255. Show how two 8255 chip can be connected in an connected in an 8086-based system to form a 16-bit port.

OR

(b) With a neat diagram discuss the operation of a DMA controller. Show how such a controller can be connected in an 8086-based system.

15. (a) Discuss the architecture of the 8051 microcontroller with a neat diagram.

OR

(b) Show how the 8051 can be used to control the operation of an elevator system. Assume the elevator is to operate between three floors. Show the hardware interface and the required 8051 program.

Question Paper Code : P 1424

B.E B.Tech DEGREE EXAMINATION, NOVEMBER / DECEMBER 2009

Fifth Semester

(Regulation 2004)

Computer Science Engineering

MG 1351 - PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT



Answer ALL questions.


PART A - (10 x 2 = 20 marks)


1. Define 'management'.
2. List the functions of management.
3. What is planning?
4. Define MBO.
5. What are the types of organisation?
6. What is 'line relationship' in line and staff organisation?
7. What is positive motivation?
8. Define communication.
9. What is controlling?
10. Define productivity.

PART B - (5 x 16 = 80 marks)

11. (a) Explain scientific theories in management.(16)

or

(b) Explain the various schools of management thought.(16)


12. (a) Discuss the benefits and difficulties for MBO.(16)

or

(b) (i) What are the types of forecasting? (8)
(ii) Explain briefly briefly forecasting techniques.(8)

13. (a) (i) Describe formal and informal organisations.(8)
(ii) State and explain the principles of departmentation.(8)

or

(b) (i) Discuss various types of decentralization that is practiced in organisations(8)
(ii) What are the advantages of a decentralized organization.(8)



14. (a) (i) Describe the different theories of motivation.(8)
(ii) Write a note on the qualities of a leader.(8)

or

(b) (i) Discuss the different theories of motivation (8)
(ii) What is the role of electronic media in communication(8)

15. (a) Explain the role of computers in handling the information (16)

or

(b) (i) What are the essential conditions for Globazation? (8)
(ii) List out the obstracles in globilization and explain.(8)

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Here I am providing the list of few questions of Anna University 5th Semester CSE Software Engineering exam Question Paper which you are looking for .

1. For the scenario described below, which life cycle model would you choose? Give the reason why you would choose this model. You are interacting with the MIS department of a very large oil company
with multiple departments. The have a complex legacy system. Migrating the data from this legacy system is not an easy task and would take a considerable time. The oil company is very particular about processes, acceptance criteria and legal contracts.
2. Differentiate verification and validation. Give an example.
3. Name the metrics for specifying Non-functional requirements.
4. Draw the DFD notations for the following.
(a) External entity
(b) Data items.
5. Explain the qualitative criteria for measuring independence.
6. Distinguish fan in and fan out.
7. In unit testing of a module, it is found for a set of test data, at maximum 90% of the code alone were tested with the probability of success 09. What is the reliability of the module?
8. What is the purpose of Regression testing? What are the two main activities of Regression testing?
9. State the need for software configuration review.
10. List any five CASE tools classified by function in the taxonomy of CASE tools.
PART B — (5 × 16 = 80 marks)
11. (a) (i) Describe at least one scenario where
(1) RAD model would be applicable and not the waterfall model. (5)
(2) Waterfall model is preferable to all other models. (5)
(ii) Compare and contrast the different life cycle models. (6)
Or
(b) Write short notes on :
(i) Business Process Engineering. (8)
(ii) Product Engineering. (8)
12. (a) An independent truck company wants to track and record its drivers driving habits. For this purpose the company has rented 800 phones numbers and has printed the numbers on the front, back and sides of all trucks owned by the company. Next to the 800 numbers a message is written “Please Report Any Driver Or Truck Problem By Calling This Number”. The hacking company waits for you to develop a system that :
(i) Collects information from caller about the driver performance and behaviour as well as truck condition,
(ii) generates daily and monthly reports for each driver and truck management.
(iii) reports problems that require immediate action to an on-duty manager. Analyse the problem statement and list major functions to be incorporated with the SRS document.
Or
(b) How does the analysis modeling help to capture unambiguous and consistent requirements? Discuss several methods for requirements validation.


13. (a) Explain clearly the concepts of coupling and cohesion? For each type of coupling give an example of two components coupled in that way?
Or
(b) Write short notes on
(i) Architecture design. (8)
(ii) Data acquisition system. (8)
14. (a) Write a program for sorting of n numbers. Draw the flow chart, flow graph, find out the Cyclomatic complexity.
Or
(b) Design a black box testing for an Under Water submarine.
15. (a) (i) With a suitable example explain the Change Control Process in detail. (8)
(ii) Why are CASE tools usually costly? Explain. (8)
Or
(b) (i) With a neat sketch draw the architecture model for an integration framework for CASE tool and explain them. (8)
(ii) Calculate the effort and duration using the above details for basic COCOMO model. (8)
Given,
Number of user inputs = 15
Number of user outputs = 3
Number of external interfaces = 11
1 function point = 20 LOC (as fourth generation language is used). Values of constant used in basic COCOMO model. a = 2.4, b = 1.05, c = 2.5, d = 0.38.
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