LPU dbms notes

16717_4.E-R Model16717_Cocncurrency To be followed12316717_Data Models16717_Lecture 12 Part116717_Lecture 13,1416717_Lecture 15-lectue1916717_lecture1-2_ch1-introduction16717_lecture3-3_ch2-Architecture n Models16717_lecture4-4_ch3-hierarchial model16717_lecture4-5_ch4-network model16717_lecture5-6_ch5-ER Diagram16717_lecture9_10_ch7-SQL16717_normalizationprateekbhatia16717_Relational Algebra Model16717_Transaction management to be Followed


LPU notes computer organisation and design

1x4 De-Mux2x4 line Active LOW Decoder using3x8 line Decoder truth table3x8 line Decoder4x2 line Encoder4x8 line Decoder truth table4x16 line Decoder Ckt diag5x32 line decoder Truth table5x32 line decoderAC-Initial valueALL CKTs – Combinational Logic DesignArithmetic shift RIGHT and LEFTAsynchronous serial communicationBCD32Decimal-Binary-GrayDHT-pmpDigitalNotesFF notesFive 2x4 - 4x16 line decoderK-map


L-1 Introduction, FlipFlops

L-2 Registers

L-3 Decoder, Demux, Mux, Encoder

L-4 Fixed Point Representation

L-5 Floating Point Representation

L-6 Register Transfer Language

L-8 Binary Adder, Subtractor

L-9 Bus Transfer, Memory Transfer

L-10 Logic Microoperations

L-11, 12 Shift Microoperations, ALU

L-13,14 Instn codes, Common bus sys

L-15 compu instr

L-16 Timing and Control

l-17 Instruction cycle-fetch n decode

L-18 flowchart for instruction cycle

L-19 Memory Ref instrn

L-20 Input-Output n Interrupt

Lecture 19 Computer Design desc

Lecture 20 CU ImplementationLecture

21 Design of C

Lecture 22 CPU- General Reg Org

Lecture 23 Stack Org

Lecture 24 Three-Two-One Address inst

Lecture 25 Addressing Modes

Lecture 26 Data transfer manipulation

Lecture 27 Prog control

Lecture 28- RISC & CISC

Lecture 34- Input-Output interface

Lecture 35- Asynchronous transfer mode

Lecture 36-Asynchronous transfer mode-II

Lecture 37

Lecture 38

Lecture 39

Lecture 40- ch12-Memory Org

Lecture 41

Lecture 42

Lecture 43

Lecture 44

Lecture 46-Ch9-Parallel processing

Lecture 47

Lecture 48Memory Organization