Digital Signature Guidelines ( Download Full Seminar Report )
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In today's commercial environment, establishing a framework for the authentication of computer-based information requires a familiarity with concepts and professional skills from both the legal and computer security fields. Combining these two disciplines is not an easy task. Concepts from the information security field often correspond only loosely to concepts from the legal field, even in situations where the terminology is similar. For example, from the information security point of view, "digital signature" means the result of applying to specific information certain specific technical processes described below. The historical legal concept of "signature" is broader. It recognizes any mark made with the intention of authenticating the marked document. In a digital setting, today's broad legal concept of "signature" may well include markings as diverse as digitized images of paper signatures, typed notations such as "/a/Abb SSh," or even addressing notations, such as electronic mail origination headers.
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These guidelines are intended to give both students and faculty members at the Department of
Computer Science and Engineering a set of procedures and expectations that will make the
project and implimentation evaluation process easier, more predictable, and more successful. These guidelines
should also be interpreted as the minimum requirements of the degree awarded by Anna
University. The Project Committee assigned for various programmes offered under Department of
Computer Science & Engineering may add requirements or guidelines as they see fit – as long as
there are no less demanding than the guidelines set forth in this document.
The Eligibility criteria for the Under Graduate students are to be followed as per the regulations
given by Anna University during Admission. The total internal assessment marks shall be 50 there
shall be three assessments (each 100 marks) during the semester by a review committee. The
Head of the Department shall constitute the review committee. The student shall make
presentation on the progress made before the committee. The total marks obtained in the three
assessments shall be reduced to 45 marks and rounded to the nearest integer. The remaining 5
marks shall be distributed for attendance.
General Suggestions and Expectations
The project and implimentation is by far the most important single piece of work in the degree programme. It provides
the opportunity for you to demonstrate independence and originality, to plan and organise a large
project and implimentation over a long period, and to put into practice some of the techniques you have been taught
throughout the course. The students are advised to choose a project and implimentation that involves a combination
of sound background research, a solid implementation, or piece of theoretical work, and a
thorough evaluation of the project and implimentation's output in both absolute and relative terms. Interdisciplinary
project and implimentation proposals and innovative project and implimentations are encouraged and more appreciable.
For project and implimentations proposed by members of staff you should discuss the project and implimentation with the proposer as
soon as possible so that you have plenty of time to think about the best choices for you. Note that
not every project and implimentation is suitable for every student: some may be specifically tailored to a particular
degree and some may only suit students with a very specific set of interests. Each proposal will
indicate these constraints in order to help you to make an informed choice.
If you have your own idea for an individual project and implimentation it is your responsibility to find a member of staff
who both approves of the proposed programme of work and is willing to guide it. You should first
get the permission of Project Committee, and may proceed with the same with the consistent
consent of the guide.
Choosing the right project and implimentation
The project and implimentations offered by staff may vary substantially in breadth, depth and degree of difficulty. The
most important thing is to shortlist a set of project and implimentations that are right for you. Some students are better
suited to well-defined and relatively safe project and implimentations that provide scope for demonstrating proficiency
with a low risk of failure. Other students are better advised to tackle harder, riskier project and implimentations that
require a high degree of original input and/or technical problem solving.