Methods of Business Communications

Major: Computer Science (Design and programming of intelligent systems and devices)
Code of subject: 6.122.12.M.040
Credits: 6.00
Department: Computer-Aided Design
Lecturer: Associate Professor CAD department Ph.D. Bokla Nataliia Ivanivna
Semester: 6 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: ZN 2 Ability to demonstrate knowledge of the basics of professionally oriented disciplines of the specialty: methods and tools of modern information technology, computer technology and modern technologies of design and programming of information systems, mathematical methods of analysis and synthesis of complex objects, methods of collection, processing, analysis, systematization and storage of scientific and technical information, methods and means of distributed systems and parallel computing, principles and methods of construction and application of computer networks, principles of web-technologies and methods and means of their use to solve specialty problems; ZN 3 Ability to demonstrate in-depth knowledge in at least one area of ??information technology; ZN7.Ability to demonstrate understanding of the impact of technical solutions in social, economic, social, and environmental contexts; ability to demonstrate knowledge of the basics of economics and project management.
Required prior and related subjects: Previous disciplines: Methods and tools of computer information technology Systems modeling Related disciplines: Information telecommunication management technologies IT project management
Summary of the subject: Here the basic concepts of the theory of business communications, functions and methods of the theory of business communications, forms of communicative activity on their purposes, system model of information and communication processes are considered. Separate sections analyze the communicative side of business interaction, conflict situations, manipulations in business communications, as well as issues of ethics and etiquette of business communications. The cycle of laboratory works includes computer modeling of business communication tasks for noise-tolerant transmission of messages by communication channels using optimized cyclic code, high-speed transmission of vector data arrays by communication channels using optimized cyclic and monolithic group codes, development of combinatorial synthesis program models of optimal coding of multidimensional sources of information.
Assessment methods and criteria: Current control (45%): written reports on laboratory work, oral examination, individual research task. Final control (55%): exam - theoretical and practical tasks.
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