RAE473 Computer Technologies in Telecommunications

Code RAE473
Name Computer Technologies in Telecommunications
Status Compulsory/Courses of Limited Choice
Level and type Post-graduate Studies, Academic
Field of study Computer Science
Faculty
Academic staff Ingrīda Lavrinoviča, Jurģis Poriņš
Credit points 3.0 (4.5 ECTS)
Parts 1
Annotation The objective of the course is to enable students to construct software by means of systematic object-oriented analysis and design. The course covers the methods for object-oriented analysis and modelling of application domains and software systems. The analysis includes description of objects and their structuring and functional specifications. The design will include the system modelling with layering and partitioning..
Goals and objectives
of the course in terms
of competences and skills
To master the following knowledge: • subject-related terminology • working algorithms of telecommunication systems • basics for building TMN • basics for building CORBA • modelling and usage of expert systems To acquire the following skills: • operation of real telecommunication systems and networks • compilation of operational algorithms in SDL and UML languages • simulation of operational algorithms with Petri and neuron network programs
Learning outcomes
and assessment
Students are able to demonstrate their knowledge of algorithm improvements. - Practical classes. Test work.
Students are able to compile telecommunications network management algorithms. - Practical classes. Test work.
Students are able to modulate telecommunications network management algorithms. - Practical classes. Test work.
Students are able to simulate telecommunications network management algorithms by using Petri networks. - Test work.
Students are able to simulate telecommunications network management algorithms by using neuron networks. - Test work.
Students are able to perform telecommunications network management programming with UML. - Practical classes. Test work.
Course prerequisites Computer Studies. Digital electronics and computer architecture.

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