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Lovely Professional University, Punjab

Course Code

Course Title

 

Course Planner

Lectures

Tutorials

Practicals

Credits

MTH213

COMPLEX ALGEBRA

 

12106::Ravinder Kaur

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Course Weightage

ATT: 5

CA: 25

MTT: 20

ETT: 50

Exam Category:

13: Mid Term Exam: All MCQ – End Term Exam: MCQ +

 

Subjective

Course Orientation

COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION (Higher Education), COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION(Civil Services), KNOWLEDGE ENHANCEMENT

 

TextBooks ( T )

Sr No

Title

Author

Publisher Name

T-1

ADVANCED ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS

R.K.JAIN AND

NAROSA PUBLISHING HOUSE

S.R.K.IYENGAR

 

Reference Books ( R )

 

Sr No

Title

Author

Publisher Name

R-1

HIGHER ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS

B.S.GREWAL

KHANNA PUBLISHERS

Relevant Websites ( RW )

 

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 ( AV )

 

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)

LTP week distribution: (LTP Weeks)

Weeks before MTE

7

An instruction plan is a tentative plan only and a teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

Weeks After MTE

7

Spill Over (Lecture)

 

Detailed Plan For Lectures

Week

Lecture

Broad Topic(Sub Topic)

Chapters/Sections of Text/reference books

Other Readings, Relevant Websites, Audio Visual Aids, software and Virtual Labs

Lecture Description

Learning Outcomes

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

Live Examples

Number

Number

Week 1

Lecture 1

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

T-1

 

Lecture 1-Zero lecture and introduction to complex numbers. Lecture 2 -set of points in complex plane should be covered

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

Zero lecture and white board teaching with discussion

 

Lecture 2

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

T-1

 

Lecture 1-Zero lecture and introduction to complex numbers. Lecture 2 -set of points in complex plane should be covered

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

Zero lecture and white board teaching with discussion

 

Lecture 3

Introduction to Complex Functions(Functions of Complex Variable)

T-1

 

Basic information of components of complex variable functions

Student will learn about domain, image, real and imaginary parts of complex functions

White board along with discussion

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

An instruction plan is a tentative plan only and a teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

Week 2

Lecture 4

Introduction to Complex Functions(Standard Elementary Functions)

T-1

Lecture 4: Introduction to standard elementary complex variable functions Lecture 5: problems based on elementary complex functions

Students will learn about composition and various properties of some standard complex variable functions

White board along with discussion

This can be particularly useful because the frequency factor (which includes the time dependence of the sinusoid) is often common to all the components of a linear combination of sinusoids

Lecture 5

Introduction to Complex Functions(Standard Elementary Functions)

T-1

Lecture 4: Introduction to standard elementary complex variable functions Lecture 5: problems based on elementary complex functions

Students will learn about composition and various properties of some standard complex variable functions

White board along with discussion

This can be particularly useful because the frequency factor (which includes the time dependence of the sinusoid) is often common to all the components of a linear combination of sinusoids

Lecture 6

Introduction to Complex Functions(Limit and Continuity)

T-1

Lecture 6: Limit and Lecture 7: Continuity of Complex function

Students will learn the concept of limit and continuity of complex functions and methods to find the limit and verification of continuity of complex function

White board along with discussion

limits can be 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

An instruction plan is a tentative plan only and a teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

Week 3

Lecture 7

Introduction to Complex Functions(Limit and Continuity)

T-1

 

Lecture 6: Limit and Lecture 7: Continuity of Complex function

Students will learn the concept of limit and continuity of complex functions and methods to find the limit and verification of continuity of complex function

White board along with discussion

limits can be 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

Lecture 8

Analytic Function (Differentiability and Analyticity)

T-1

AV-1

Lecture 8:

Students will learn the methodology to check the nature of given complex function in the complex plane and on the given points

   

R-1

Differentiability by definition Lecture 9: Problem associated with differentiability of complex functions

White board along with discussion

Lecture 9

Analytic Function (Differentiability and Analyticity)

T-1

AV-1

Lecture 8:

Students will learn the methodology to check the nature of given complex function in the complex plane and on the given points

   

R-1

Differentiability by definition Lecture 9: Problem associated with differentiability of complex functions

White board along with discussion

Week 4

Lecture 10

     

Test 1

     

Lecture 11

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

T-1

 

Lecture 11: Cauchy Riemann equations, Polar form of Cauchy Riemann equations Lecture 12: Analytic behavior of complex functions using CR equations

Students will learn the methodology to check the nature of given analytic function in the complex plane and on the given points

White board along with discussion

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.

An instruction plan is a tentative plan only and a teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

Week 4

Lecture 12

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

T-1

 

Lecture 11: Cauchy Riemann equations, Polar form of Cauchy Riemann equations Lecture 12: Analytic behavior of complex functions using CR equations

Students will learn the methodology to check the nature of given analytic function in the complex plane and on the given points

White board along with discussion

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 5

Lecture 13

Analytic Function(Harmonic Functions)

T-1

RW-4

Lecture 13: Concept of Harmonic functions Lecture 14: Application in analytic functions and scrutiny of Test 1

Students will learn the role of Laplace Equation in Complex function for the understanding the concept of Harmonic functions.

White board along with discussion

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

Lecture 14

Analytic Function(Harmonic Functions)

T-1

RW-4

Lecture 13: Concept of Harmonic functions Lecture 14: Application in analytic functions and scrutiny of Test 1

Students will learn the role of Laplace Equation in Complex function for the understanding the concept of Harmonic functions.

White board along with discussion

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

Lecture 15

Complex Integration(Line Integrals)

T-1

 

Lecture 15: Contour Integrals (line integrals in complex plane) Lecture 16: Use of line integrals for analytic functions

Students will learn to solve line integrals of complex function

White board along with discussion

It 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

An instruction plan is a tentative plan only and a teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

Week 6

Lecture 16

Complex Integration(Line Integrals)

T-1

 

Lecture 15: Contour Integrals (line integrals in complex plane) Lecture 16: Use of line integrals for analytic functions

Students will learn to solve line integrals of complex function

White board along with discussion

It 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 17

     

Test 2

     

Lecture 18

Complex Integration (Cauchy Integral Theorem)

T-1

RW-1

Cauchy Integral

Students will learn the application of Cauchy integral formula in complex function integration

White board along with discussion

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

RW-2

 

Theorem and Cauchy Integral for Multiply connected Domains and Cauchy Integral formula

 

Complex Integration (Cauchy Integral Formula)

T-1

RW-2

Cauchy Integral

Students will learn the application of Cauchy integral formula in complex function integration

White board along with discussion

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

AV-2

 

Theorem and Cauchy Integral for Multiply connected Domains and Cauchy Integral formula

 

Week 7

Lecture 19

Complex Integration (Cauchy Integral formula for higher order derivatives)

T-1

 

Cauchy Integral formula for derivatives

Students will learn the use of Cauchy Integral formula for higher order derivatives to solve integrals of complex functions

White board along with discussion

 
   

SPILL OVER

 

Week 7

Lecture 21

     

Spill Over

     

An instruction plan is a tentative plan only and a teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

   

MID-TERM

 

Week 8

Lecture 22

Series Expansions and Singularities(Taylor’s series)

T-1

 

Lecture 22: Introduction to Taylor Series Expansion of Complex Functions and Lecture 23:

Students will learn the expansion of complex functions using Taylor's Series

White board along with discussion

Application of Taylor series in analytic functions

Lecture 23

Series Expansions and Singularities(Taylor’s series)

T-1

 

Lecture 22: Introduction to Taylor Series Expansion of Complex Functions and Lecture 23:

Students will learn the expansion of complex functions using Taylor's Series

White board along with discussion

Application of Taylor series in analytic functions

Lecture 24

Series Expansions and Singularities(Laurent’s series)

T-1

AV-3

Lecture 24: Laurent Series Expansion of Complex Functions Lecture 25: Application to find residues of analytic functions

Students will learn the expansion of complex functions using Laurent's Series

White board along with discussion

Week 9

Lecture 25

Series Expansions and Singularities(Laurent’s series)

T-1

AV-3

Lecture 24: Laurent Series Expansion of Complex Functions Lecture 25: Application to find residues of analytic functions

Students will learn the expansion of complex functions using Laurent's Series

White board along with discussion

Lecture 26

Series Expansions and Singularities(Zeroes and Singularities of Complex function)

T-1

RW-3

Lecture 26: Introduction to Zeros Lecture 27: Singularity and Scrutiny of test 2

Students will learn to find Zeros and Singularities of complex Functions

White board along with discussion

Lecture 27

Series Expansions and Singularities(Zeroes and Singularities of Complex function)

T-1

RW-3

Lecture 26: Introduction to Zeros Lecture 27: Singularity and Scrutiny of test 2

Students will learn to find Zeros and Singularities of complex Functions

White board along with discussion

Week 10

Lecture 28

Residues and Evaluation of Integrals using Residues (Residues)

T-1

RW-5

Lecture 28: problems based on residues Lecture 29: Cauchy residue theorem and Lecture 30: Application of residue theorem in integrals

Students will learn the method to find Residues and application of Cauchy residue theorem on complex integrals

White board along with discussion

An instruction plan is a tentative plan only and a teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

Week 10

Lecture 29

Residues and Evaluation of Integrals using Residues (Residues)

T-1

RW-5

Lecture 28: problems based on residues Lecture 29: Cauchy residue theorem and Lecture 30: Application of residue theorem in integrals

Students will learn the method to find Residues and application of Cauchy residue theorem on complex integrals

White board along with discussion

Lecture 30

Residues and Evaluation of Integrals using Residues (Residues)

T-1

RW-5

Lecture 28: problems based on residues Lecture 29: Cauchy residue theorem and Lecture 30: Application of residue theorem in integrals

Students will learn the method to find Residues and application of Cauchy residue theorem on complex integrals

White board along with discussion

Week 11

Lecture 31

     

Test 3

   

Lecture 32

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

T-1

 

Evaluation of definite Integrals using complex Analysis

Students will learn to evaluate definite integrals of complex functions using residues

White board along with discussion

Lecture 33

Residues and Evaluation of Integrals using Residues (Improper real Integrals)

T-1

 

Evaluation of Improper Integrals

Students will learn to evaluate the improper integrals of complex functions using residues

White board along with discussion

Week 12

Lecture 34

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

T-1

 

Evaluation of inverse Laplace using residue

Students will learn the applications of residues in inverse Laplace Transforms

White board along with discussion

Lecture 35

Transformations(Some general transformations)

T-1

 

Lecture 35: Introduction of Bilinear Transformation Lecture 36: mapping of a half plane in a circle and Scrutiny of test 3

Students will learn about Bilinear Transformation

White board along with discussion

Lecture 36

Transformations(Some general transformations)

T-1

 

Lecture 35: Introduction of Bilinear Transformation Lecture 36: mapping of a half plane in a circle and Scrutiny of test 3

Students will learn about Bilinear Transformation

White board along with discussion

Week 13

Lecture 37

Transformations(Bilinear

T-1

 

Introduction of Bilinear Transformation and mapping of a half plane in a circle

Students will learn about Bilinear Transformation

 

Transformation)

R-1

White board along with discussion

An instruction plan is a tentative plan only and a teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

Week 13

Lecture 38

Transformations(Mapping a half plane into a circle)

T-1

 

Introduction of Bilinear Transformation and mapping of a half plane in a circle

Students will learn about Bilinear Transformation

White board along with discussion

Lecture 39

Transformations(Conformal

T-1

RW-6

Introduction of Conformal mapping

Students will learns about use of Conformal mappings in complex Analysis

White board along with discussion

mapping)

Week 14

Lecture 40

Transformations(Conformal

T-1

RW-6

Introduction of Conformal mapping

Students will learns about use of Conformal mappings in complex Analysis

White board along with discussion

mapping)

   

SPILL OVER

 

Week 14

Lecture 42

     

Spill Over

   

Week 15

Lecture 43

     

Spill Over

   

Lecture 44

     

Spill Over

   

Lecture 45

     

Spill Over

   

Scheme for CA:

CA Category of this Course Code is:A0203 (2 best out of 3)

Component

Weightage

Test

50

Test

50

Test

50

Details of Academic Task(s)

Academic Task

Objective

Detail of Academic Task

Nature of Academic Task (group/individuals)

Academic Task

Marks

Allottment /

Mode

submission

Week

Test 1

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

Functions of complex variable, elementary complex functions, Limit and Continuity of a function of Complex variable, Differentiability

Individual

Offline

30

2 / 3

An instruction plan is a tentative plan only and a teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.

Test 2

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

Offline

30

5

/ 6

Test 3

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

Offline

30

9

/ 10

An instruction plan is a tentative plan only and a teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.