VTU Computer Science Engineering 3rd Sem CBCS Scheme Notes-VTUBOSS

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VTU Notes For 3rd Semester Computer Science Engineering CBCS SCHEME

In This Platform, You Can get And Download 3rd-semester VTU Notes of CBCS Scheme Computer Science Engineering. You can also get other Study materials like VTU CBCS Scheme model And previous Question papers,3rd Semester Sunstar PDF, etc. Engineering Mathematics - III, Unix and Shell Programming, Discrete Mathematical Structures, Data Structures and Applications, Computer Organization, Analog and Digital Electronics.


SUBJECT NAME : Analog and Digital Electronics

Module – I   : Field Effect Transistors,Introduction to Operational Amplifier & Operational Amplifier Application Circuits
Module – II  : The Basic Gates & Combinational Logic Circuits
Module – III : Data-Processing Circuits & Flip- Flops
Module – IV : Flip- Flops, Registers & Counters
Module –  : Counters & D/A Conversion and A/D Conversion

SUBJECT NAME : DATA STRUCTURES AND APPLICATIONS

Module – I   : Array Operations & Strings
Module – II  : Stacks and Queues
Module – III : Linked Lists
Module – IV  : Trees
Module – V   : Graphs,Sorting and Searching,Hashing & Files and Their Organization

SUBJECT NAME : COMPUTER ORGANIZATION

Module – I   : Basic Structure of Computers & Machine Instructions and Programs
Module – II  : Input/Output Organization
Module – III : Memory System
Module – IV  : Arithmetic
Module – V   : Basic Processing Unit,Embedded Systems and Large Computer Systems & The structure of General-Purpose Multiprocessors.

SUBJECT NAME : UNIX AND SHELL PROGRAMMING

Module – I   : Download
Module – II  : Download
Module – III : Download
Module – IV  : Download
Module – V   : (Download Part-1)  (Download Part-2)

SUBJECT NAME : DISCRETE MATHEMATICAL STRUCTURES

Module – I   : Fundamentals of Logic
Module – II  : Properties of the Integers & Fundamental Principles of Counting
Module – III : Relations and Functions & Properties of Relations
Module – IV  : The Principle of Inclusion and Exclusion & Recurrence Relations
Module – V   : Introduction to Graph Theory & Trees

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