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Lovely Professional University, Punjab

Course Code

Course Title

Course Planner

Lectures

MTH213

COMPLEX ALGEBRA

16050::Deepak Sharma

Course Category

Courses with Numerical focus

Tutorials Practicals Credits

3.0

TextBooks
Sr No

Title

Author

Edition

Year

Publisher Name

T-1

ADVANCED ENGINEERING
MATHEMATICS

R.K.JAIN AND
S.R.K.IYENGAR

4th

2014

NAROSA

Reference Books
Sr No

Title

Author

Edition

Year

Publisher Name

R-1

HIGHER ENGINEERING
MATHEMATICS

Dr. B.S.Grewal

43th

2014

KHANNA PUBLISHERS

Relevant Websites
Sr No

(Web address) (only if relevant to the course)

Salient Features

RW-1

http://mathfaculty.fullerton.edu/mathews//c2003/CauchyGoursatMod.html

Cauchy-Goursat Theorem

RW-2

http://mathworld.wolfram.com/CauchyIntegralFormula.html

Cauchy Integral Formula

RW-3

http://mathfaculty.fullerton.edu/mathews//c2003/SingularityZeroPoleMod.html

Singularites, Zeros and Poles

RW-4

http://mathfaculty.fullerton.edu/mathews/c2003/HarmonicFunctionMod.html

Harmonic functions

RW-5

http://www.solitaryroad.com/c614.html

Residues, definite and improper integrals

RW-6

http://mathworld.wolfram.com/ConformalMapping.html

conformal mapping

Audio Visual Aids


Sr No

(AV aids) (only if relevant to the course)

Salient Features

AV-1

http://nptel.ac.in/courses/111103070/9

Differentiation of complex functions

AV-2

http://nptel.ac.in/courses/111103070/21

Cauchy integral formula

AV-3

http://nptel.ac.in/courses/111103070/38

Laurent Theorem

LTP week distribution: (LTP Weeks)


Weeks before MTE

Weeks After MTE

Spill Over

0.0

0.0

3.0

Detailed Plan For Lectures


Week
Lecture
Number Number

Broad Topic(Sub Topic)

Chapters/Sections of Other Readings,


Text/reference
Relevant Websites,
books
Audio Visual Aids,
software and Virtual
Labs

Week 1

Lecture 1

Introduction to Complex
Functions(Set of points in
Complex plane)

T-1:10-10.1-10.2

Lecture 2

Introduction to Complex
Functions(Functions of
Complex Variable)

T-1:10-10.3

Lecture Description

Learning Outcomes Pedagogical Tool Live Examples


Demonstration/
Case Study /
Images /
animation / ppt
etc. Planned

lecture 0 and set of


To impart the basic
points in complex plane knowledge of course
content and various
Academic tasks.
Students will learn
about basics of
complex set theory

PPT of lecture zero


and white board
teaching with
discussion

Basic information of
Student will learn
White board along
components of complex about domain, image, with discussion
variable functions
real and imaginary
parts of complex
functions

The waves in
quantum
mechanics had
to be complex,
for the waves to
remember the
momentum as
well as the
direction of
motion. And
when you
multiply
operators or
state vectors,
you actually
have to multiply
complex
numbers

Week 1

Lecture 3

Introduction to Complex
Functions(Standard
Elementary Functions)

T-1:10-10.4-10.4.110.4.5

Lecture 3- introduction
to standard elementary
complex variable
functions
Lecture 4- problems
based on elementary
complex functions

Students will learn


about composition
and various
properties of some
standard complex
variable functions

White board along In physics and


with discussion
engineering, a
phasor is a
complex number
representing a
sinusoidal wave
function whose
amplitude (A),
frequency (?),
and phase (?)
are timeinvariant. It is a
special case of a
more general
concept called
analytic
representation.
Phasors separate
the
dependencies on
A, ?, and ? into
three
independent
factors. This can
be particularly
useful because
the frequency
factor (which
includes the
timedependence of
the sinusoid) is
often common
to all the
components of a
linear
combination of
sinusoids

Week 2

Lecture 4

Introduction to Complex
Functions(Standard
Elementary Functions)

T-1:10-10.4-10.4.110.4.5

Lecture 3- introduction
to standard elementary
complex variable
functions
Lecture 4- problems
based on elementary
complex functions

Students will learn


about composition
and various
properties of some
standard complex
variable functions

Lecture 5

Introduction to Complex
Functions(Limit and
Continuity)

T-1:10-10.5-10.5.110.5.2

Lecture 5- Limit
Students will learn
Lecture 6- continuity of the concept of limit
Complex function
and continuity of
complex functions
and methods to find
the limit and
verification of
continuity of
complex function

White board along In physics and


with discussion
engineering, a
phasor is a
complex number
representing a
sinusoidal wave
function whose
amplitude (A),
frequency (?),
and phase (?)
are timeinvariant. It is a
special case of a
more general
concept called
analytic
representation.
Phasors separate
the
dependencies on
A, ?, and ? into
three
independent
factors. This can
be particularly
useful because
the frequency
factor (which
includes the
timedependence of
the sinusoid) is
often common
to all the
components of a
linear
combination of
sinusoids
White board along limits can be
with discussion
used to solve the
problems of
statistical
approach in
daily life like If
one tosses a coin
infinte times,
how likely is he
to never toss a
head? Answer to
this situation is
zero

Week 2

Lecture 6

Introduction to Complex
Functions(Limit and
Continuity)

T-1:10-10.5-10.5.110.5.2

Week 3

Lecture 7

Analytic Function
(Differentiability and
Analyticity)

T-1:10-10.6

AV-1

Lecture 7differentiability by
definition
Lecture 8- problem
associated with
differentiability of
complex functions

Students will learn


White board along
the methodology to with discussion
check the nature of
given complex
function in the
complex plane and on
the given points

Lecture 8

Analytic Function
(Differentiability and
Analyticity)

T-1:10-10.6

AV-1

Lecture 7differentiability by
definition
Lecture 8- problem
associated with
differentiability of
complex functions

Students will learn


White board along
the methodology to with discussion
check the nature of
given complex
function in the
complex plane and on
the given points

Lecture 9
Week 4

Lecture 10 Analytic Function(Cauchy


Riemann Equations
(Necessary and sufficient
conditions for a function to
be analytic))

Lecture 5- Limit
Students will learn
Lecture 6- continuity of the concept of limit
Complex function
and continuity of
complex functions
and methods to find
the limit and
verification of
continuity of
complex function

White board along limits can be


with discussion
used to solve the
problems of
statistical
approach in
daily life like If
one tosses a coin
infinte times,
how likely is he
to never toss a
head? Answer to
this situation is
zero

Test1
T-1:10-10.6.1

Lecture 10- Cauchy


Riemann equations,
Polar form of Cauchy
Riemann equations
Lecture 11- analytic
behavior of complex
functions using CR
equations

Students will learn


White board along
the methodology to with discussion
check the nature of
given analytic
function in the
complex plane and on
the given points

it helps to
provide the
solution of
Laplace
equation, i.e
solution of heat
flow equation
under steady
state. This fact
is used to use
conformal
mappings to find
solutions to
physical
problems
involving scalar
potentials such
as fluid flow and
electrostatics.

Week 4

Week 5

Lecture 11 Analytic Function(Cauchy


Riemann Equations
(Necessary and sufficient
conditions for a function to
be analytic))

T-1:10-10.6.1

Lecture 10- Cauchy


Riemann equations,
Polar form of Cauchy
Riemann equations
Lecture 11- analytic
behavior of complex
functions using CR
equations

Students will learn


White board along
the methodology to with discussion
check the nature of
given analytic
function in the
complex plane and on
the given points

it helps to
provide the
solution of
Laplace
equation, i.e
solution of heat
flow equation
under steady
state. This fact
is used to use
conformal
mappings to find
solutions to
physical
problems
involving scalar
potentials such
as fluid flow and
electrostatics.

Lecture 12 Analytic Function(Harmonic


Functions)

T-1:10-10.7

RW-4

Lecture 12- Concept of


Harmonic functions
Lecture 13- application
in analytic functions and
scrutiny of Test 1

Students will learn


White board along
the role of Laplace
with discussion
Equation in Complex
function for the
understanding the
concept of Harmonic
functions.

The harmonic
functions have
proved to be a
powerful
technique for
robotic motion
planning in a
known
environment

Lecture 13 Analytic Function(Harmonic


Functions)

T-1:10-10.7

RW-4

Lecture 12- Concept of


Harmonic functions
Lecture 13- application
in analytic functions and
scrutiny of Test 1

Students will learn


White board along
the role of Laplace
with discussion
Equation in Complex
function for the
understanding the
concept of Harmonic
functions.

The harmonic
functions have
proved to be a
powerful
technique for
robotic motion
planning in a
known
environment

Lecture14 -Contour
Integrals (line integrals
in complex plane)
Lecture 15- use of line
integrals for analytic
functions

Students will learn to White board along line integral of


solve line integrals with discussion
(conj. Z)dZ
of complex function
helps to
establish the
important result
of Green's
theorem to
measure the area
of a region
enclosed by a
smooth, closed,
positively
oriented curve

Lecture 14 Complex Integration(Line


Integrals)

T-1:11-11.2.2

Week 5

Lecture 15 Complex Integration(Line


Integrals)

Week 6

Lecture 16

Week 7

T-1:11-11.2.2

Lecture14 -Contour
Integrals (line integrals
in complex plane)
Lecture 15- use of line
integrals for analytic
functions

Test2

Lecture 17 Complex Integration


(Cauchy Integral Theorem)

T-1:11-11.3-11.3.1

RW-1

Cauchy Integral
Theorem and Cauchy
Integral for Multiply
connected Domains

Lecture 18 Complex Integration


(Cauchy Integral Formula)

T-1:11-11.4

RW-2
AV-2

Cauchy Integral formula Students will learn


the application of
Cauchy integral
formula in complex
function integration

Lecture 19 Complex Integration


(Cauchy Integral formula for
higher order derivatives)

T-1:11-11.5

Students will learn


White board along
the application of
with discussion
Cauchy Integral
Theorem to solve
integrals of complex
functions

White board along


with discussion

Cauchy Integral formula Students will learn


White board along
for derivatives
the use of Cauchy
with discussion
Integral formula for
higher order
derivatives to solve
integrals of complex
functions

SPILL OVER
Week 7

Students will learn to White board along line integral of


solve line integrals with discussion
(conj. Z)dZ
of complex function
helps to
establish the
important result
of Green's
theorem to
measure the area
of a region
enclosed by a
smooth, closed,
positively
oriented curve

Lecture 20

Spill Over

Lecture 21

Spill Over

MID-TERM

this theorem has


it's applications
in numerical
problems of
electronic
circuits and
fourier
transforms
(which is
majorly used in
digital signal
processing)

Week 8

Lecture 22 Series Expansions and


Singularities(Taylors series)

T-1:12-12.5

Lecture 22 introduction to Taylor


Series Expansion of
Complex Functions
Lecture 23- application
of Taylor series in
analytic functions

Students will learn


White board along
the expansion of
with discussion
complex functions
using Taylor's Series

Lecture 23 Series Expansions and


Singularities(Taylors series)

T-1:12-12.5

Lecture 22 introduction to Taylor


Series Expansion of
Complex Functions
Lecture 23- application
of Taylor series in
analytic functions

Students will learn


White board along
the expansion of
with discussion
complex functions
using Taylor's Series

Lecture 24 Series Expansions and


Singularities(Laurents
series)

T-1:12-12.6

AV-3

Lecture24- Laurent
Series Expansion of
Complex Functions
Lecture 25- application
to find residues of
analytic functions

Students will learn


White board along
the expansion of
with discussion
complex functions
using Laurent's Series

Lecture 25 Series Expansions and


Singularities(Laurents
series)

T-1:12-12.6

AV-3

Lecture24- Laurent
Series Expansion of
Complex Functions
Lecture 25- application
to find residues of
analytic functions

Students will learn


White board along
the expansion of
with discussion
complex functions
using Laurent's Series

Lecture 26 Series Expansions and


Singularities(Zeroes and
Singularities of Complex
function)

T-1:13-13.1-13.2

RW-3

Lecture 26- Introduction


to Zeros
Lecture 27- Singularity
and Scrutiny of test 2

Students will learn to White board along


find Zeros and
with discussion
Singularities of
complex Functions

Lecture 27 Series Expansions and


Singularities(Zeroes and
Singularities of Complex
function)

T-1:13-13.1-13.2

RW-3

Lecture 26- Introduction


to Zeros
Lecture 27- Singularity
and Scrutiny of test 2

Students will learn to White board along


find Zeros and
with discussion
Singularities of
complex Functions

Week 10 Lecture 28 Residues and Evaluation of


Integrals using Residues
(Residues)

T-1:13-13.3-13.4

RW-5

Lecture 28- problems


based on residues
Lecture 29- Cauchy
residue theorem Lecture
30- application of
residue theorem in
integrals

Students will learn White board along


the method to find
with discussion
Residues and
application of
Cauchy residue
theorem on complex
integrals

Residues and Evaluation of


Integrals using Residues
(Residues)

T-1:13-13.3-13.4

Lecture 28- problems


based on residues
Lecture 29- Cauchy
residue theorem
Lecture 30- application
of residue theorem in
integrals

Students will learn White board along


the method to find
with discussion
Residues and
application of
Cauchy residue
theorem on complex
integrals

Week 9

Week 10 Lecture 29 Residues and Evaluation of


Integrals using Residues
(Residues)

T-1:13-13.3-13.4

Residues and Evaluation of


Integrals using Residues
(Residues)

T-1:13-13.3-13.4

Lecture 30 Residues and Evaluation of


Integrals using Residues
(Residues)

T-1:13-13.3-13.4

Residues and Evaluation of


Integrals using Residues
(Residues)

T-1:13-13.3-13.4

Lecture 28- problems


based on residues
Lecture 29- Cauchy
residue theorem
Lecture 30- application
of residue theorem in
integrals

Students will learn White board along


the method to find
with discussion
Residues and
application of
Cauchy residue
theorem on complex
integrals

RW-5

Lecture 28- problems


based on residues
Lecture 29- Cauchy
residue theorem Lecture
30- application of
residue theorem in
integrals

Students will learn White board along


the method to find
with discussion
Residues and
application of
Cauchy residue
theorem on complex
integrals

RW-5

Lecture 28- problems


based on residues
Lecture 29- Cauchy
residue theorem Lecture
30- application of
residue theorem in
integrals

Students will learn White board along


the method to find
with discussion
Residues and
application of
Cauchy residue
theorem on complex
integrals

Lecture 28- problems


based on residues
Lecture 29- Cauchy
residue theorem
Lecture 30- application
of residue theorem in
integrals

Students will learn White board along


the method to find
with discussion
Residues and
application of
Cauchy residue
theorem on complex
integrals

Week 11 Lecture 31

Test3

Lecture 32 Residues and Evaluation of


Integrals using Residues
(Evaluation of definite
Integrals using Residue
Theorem)

T-1:13-13.5.1

RW-5

Evaluation of definite
Students will learn to White board along
Integrals using complex evaluate definite
with discussion
Analysis
integrals of complex
functions using
residues

Lecture 33 Residues and Evaluation of


Integrals using Residues
(Improper real Integrals)

T-1:13-13.5.2-13.5.3

RW-5

Evaluation of Improper
Integrals

Students will learn to White board along


evaluate the improper with discussion
integrals of complex
functions using
residues

Evaluation of inverse
Laplace using residue

Students will learn


the applications of
residues in inverse
Laplace Transforms

Week 12 Lecture 34 Residues and Evaluation of


Integrals using Residues
(Inverse Laplace Transforms
by method of residues)

R-1:22-22.10

White board along


with discussion

Method of
solving
improper
integrals is used
to solve the
various problem
of digital signal
processing using
Fourier
transforms

Week 12 Lecture 35 Transformations(Some


general transformations)

T-1:14-14.1-14.2

Lecture 35- Translation,


magnification
Lecture 36- rotation,
inversion

Students will learn


the use of some
general
transformation in
complex analysis

White board along


with discussion

Lecture 36 Transformations(Some
general transformations)

T-1:14-14.1-14.2

Lecture 35- Translation,


magnification
Lecture 36- rotation,
inversion

Students will learn


the use of some
general
transformation in
complex analysis

White board along


with discussion

T-1:14-14.3

Lecture 37- Introduction Students will learn


of Bilinear
about Bilinear
Transformation Lecture Transformation
38 mapping of a half
plane in a circle and
Scrutiny of test 3

White board along


with discussion

Transformations(Mapping a
half plane into a circle)

T-1:14-14.3

Lecture 37- Introduction Students will learn


of Bilinear
about Bilinear
Transformation Lecture Transformation
38- mapping of a half
plane in a circle and
Scrutiny of test 3

White board along


with discussion

Lecture 38 Transformations(Mapping a
half plane into a circle)

T-1:14-14.3

Lecture 37- Introduction Students will learn


of Bilinear
about Bilinear
Transformation Lecture Transformation
38- mapping of a half
plane in a circle and
Scrutiny of test 3

White board along


with discussion

T-1:14-14.3

Lecture 37- Introduction Students will learn


of Bilinear
about Bilinear
Transformation Lecture Transformation
38 mapping of a half
plane in a circle and
Scrutiny of test 3

White board along


with discussion

Week 13 Lecture 37 Transformations(Bilinear


Transformation)

Transformations(Bilinear
Transformation)

Lecture 39 Transformations(Conformal
mapping)

Week 14 Lecture 40 Transformations(The


Schwarz-Christoffel
transformation)

T-1:14-14.4

R-1:20-20.11

RW-6

Introduction of
Conformal mapping

Students will learns White board along


about use of
with discussion
Conformal mappings
in complex Analysis

Introduction of
Schwarz-Christoffel
transformation

Students will learn


about SchwarzChristoffel
transformation

White board along


with discussion

A conformal
mapping
technique is
used for
predicting the
width of the
separation zone
at a diverging
open channel
potential flow
bounded by
rigid walls

SPILL OVER
Week 14 Lecture 41

Spill Over

Lecture 42

Spill Over

Week 15 Lecture 43

Spill Over

Lecture 44

Spill Over

Lecture 45

Spill Over

Scheme for CA:


Component

Frequency

Test

Out Of
2

Each Marks Total Marks


3

Total :-

10

20

10

20

Details of Academic Task(s)


AT No.

Objective

Topic of the Academic Task

Nature of Academic Task


(group/individuals/field
work

Evaluation Mode

Allottment /
submission Week

Test1

To check
functions of complex variable, elementary complex functions,
understanding of
Limit and Continuity of a function of Complex variable,
students about the
Differentiability
concepts of complex
variable functions

Individual

A test of 30 marks
consisting of
questions having
weightage of
multiple of 5

2/3

Test2

To check
understanding of
students about the
concepts of
differentiability of
complex variable
functions

Analytic functions, Cauchy Riemann Equations (Cartesian and


Polar Coordinates), Harmonic Functions, Line Integrals

Individual

A test of 30 marks
consisting of
questions having
weightage of
multiple of 5.

5/6

Test3

To check
understanding of
students about the
concepts of series
expansion and
singularities of
complex variable
functions

Taylors series, Laurent's series, Zero's and Singularities,


Residues, Cauchy residue theorem

Individual

A test of 30 marks
consisting of
questions having
weightage of
multiple of 5.

9 / 10