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Course Code

Course Title

Course Planner

Lectures

MTH213

COMPLEX ALGEBRA

16050::Deepak Sharma

Course Category

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

Salient Features

RW-1

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

Cauchy-Goursat Theorem

RW-2

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

RW-3

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

RW-4

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

Harmonic functions

RW-5

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

RW-6

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

conformal mapping

Sr No

Salient Features

AV-1

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

AV-2

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

AV-3

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

Laurent Theorem

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Week

Lecture

Number Number

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

Demonstration/

Case Study /

Images /

animation / ppt

etc. Planned

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

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

about composition

and various

properties of some

standard complex

variable functions

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Riemann equations,

Polar form of Cauchy

Riemann equations

Lecture 11- analytic

behavior of complex

functions using CR

equations

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

Riemann Equations

(Necessary and sufficient

conditions for a function to

be analytic))

T-1:10-10.6.1

Riemann equations,

Polar form of Cauchy

Riemann equations

Lecture 11- analytic

behavior of complex

functions using CR

equations

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.

Functions)

T-1:10-10.7

RW-4

Harmonic functions

Lecture 13- application

in analytic functions and

scrutiny of Test 1

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

Functions)

T-1:10-10.7

RW-4

Harmonic functions

Lecture 13- application

in analytic functions and

scrutiny of Test 1

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

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

Integrals)

T-1:11-11.2.2

Week 5

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

(Cauchy Integral Theorem)

T-1:11-11.3-11.3.1

RW-1

Cauchy Integral

Theorem and Cauchy

Integral for Multiply

connected Domains

(Cauchy Integral Formula)

T-1:11-11.4

RW-2

AV-2

the application of

Cauchy integral

formula in complex

function integration

(Cauchy Integral formula for

higher order derivatives)

T-1:11-11.5

White board along

the application of

with discussion

Cauchy Integral

Theorem to solve

integrals of complex

functions

with discussion

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

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

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Lecture 21

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MID-TERM

it's applications

in numerical

problems of

electronic

circuits and

fourier

transforms

(which is

majorly used in

digital signal

processing)

Week 8

Singularities(Taylors series)

T-1:12-12.5

Series Expansion of

Complex Functions

Lecture 23- application

of Taylor series in

analytic functions

White board along

the expansion of

with discussion

complex functions

using Taylor's Series

Singularities(Taylors series)

T-1:12-12.5

Series Expansion of

Complex Functions

Lecture 23- application

of Taylor series in

analytic functions

White board along

the expansion of

with discussion

complex functions

using Taylor's Series

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

White board along

the expansion of

with discussion

complex functions

using Laurent's Series

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

White board along

the expansion of

with discussion

complex functions

using Laurent's Series

Singularities(Zeroes and

Singularities of Complex

function)

T-1:13-13.1-13.2

RW-3

to Zeros

Lecture 27- Singularity

and Scrutiny of test 2

find Zeros and

with discussion

Singularities of

complex Functions

Singularities(Zeroes and

Singularities of Complex

function)

T-1:13-13.1-13.2

RW-3

to Zeros

Lecture 27- Singularity

and Scrutiny of test 2

find Zeros and

with discussion

Singularities of

complex Functions

Integrals using Residues

(Residues)

T-1:13-13.3-13.4

RW-5

based on residues

Lecture 29- Cauchy

residue theorem Lecture

30- application of

residue theorem in

integrals

the method to find

with discussion

Residues and

application of

Cauchy residue

theorem on complex

integrals

Integrals using Residues

(Residues)

T-1:13-13.3-13.4

based on residues

Lecture 29- Cauchy

residue theorem

Lecture 30- application

of residue theorem in

integrals

the method to find

with discussion

Residues and

application of

Cauchy residue

theorem on complex

integrals

Week 9

Integrals using Residues

(Residues)

T-1:13-13.3-13.4

Integrals using Residues

(Residues)

T-1:13-13.3-13.4

Integrals using Residues

(Residues)

T-1:13-13.3-13.4

Integrals using Residues

(Residues)

T-1:13-13.3-13.4

based on residues

Lecture 29- Cauchy

residue theorem

Lecture 30- application

of residue theorem in

integrals

the method to find

with discussion

Residues and

application of

Cauchy residue

theorem on complex

integrals

RW-5

based on residues

Lecture 29- Cauchy

residue theorem Lecture

30- application of

residue theorem in

integrals

the method to find

with discussion

Residues and

application of

Cauchy residue

theorem on complex

integrals

RW-5

based on residues

Lecture 29- Cauchy

residue theorem Lecture

30- application of

residue theorem in

integrals

the method to find

with discussion

Residues and

application of

Cauchy residue

theorem on complex

integrals

based on residues

Lecture 29- Cauchy

residue theorem

Lecture 30- application

of residue theorem in

integrals

the method to find

with discussion

Residues and

application of

Cauchy residue

theorem on complex

integrals

Week 11 Lecture 31

Test3

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

Integrals using Residues

(Improper real Integrals)

T-1:13-13.5.2-13.5.3

RW-5

Evaluation of Improper

Integrals

evaluate the improper with discussion

integrals of complex

functions using

residues

Evaluation of inverse

Laplace using residue

the applications of

residues in inverse

Laplace Transforms

Integrals using Residues

(Inverse Laplace Transforms

by method of residues)

R-1:22-22.10

with discussion

Method of

solving

improper

integrals is used

to solve the

various problem

of digital signal

processing using

Fourier

transforms

general transformations)

T-1:14-14.1-14.2

magnification

Lecture 36- rotation,

inversion

the use of some

general

transformation in

complex analysis

with discussion

Lecture 36 Transformations(Some

general transformations)

T-1:14-14.1-14.2

magnification

Lecture 36- rotation,

inversion

the use of some

general

transformation in

complex analysis

with discussion

T-1:14-14.3

of Bilinear

about Bilinear

Transformation Lecture Transformation

38 mapping of a half

plane in a circle and

Scrutiny of test 3

with discussion

Transformations(Mapping a

half plane into a circle)

T-1:14-14.3

of Bilinear

about Bilinear

Transformation Lecture Transformation

38- mapping of a half

plane in a circle and

Scrutiny of test 3

with discussion

Lecture 38 Transformations(Mapping a

half plane into a circle)

T-1:14-14.3

of Bilinear

about Bilinear

Transformation Lecture Transformation

38- mapping of a half

plane in a circle and

Scrutiny of test 3

with discussion

T-1:14-14.3

of Bilinear

about Bilinear

Transformation Lecture Transformation

38 mapping of a half

plane in a circle and

Scrutiny of test 3

with discussion

Transformation)

Transformations(Bilinear

Transformation)

Lecture 39 Transformations(Conformal

mapping)

Schwarz-Christoffel

transformation)

T-1:14-14.4

R-1:20-20.11

RW-6

Introduction of

Conformal mapping

about use of

with discussion

Conformal mappings

in complex Analysis

Introduction of

Schwarz-Christoffel

transformation

about SchwarzChristoffel

transformation

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

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Week 15 Lecture 43

Spill Over

Lecture 44

Spill Over

Lecture 45

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Component

Frequency

Test

Out Of

2

3

Total :-

10

20

10

20

AT No.

Objective

(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

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

Residues, Cauchy residue theorem

Individual

A test of 30 marks

consisting of

questions having

weightage of

multiple of 5.

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