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# SEMESTER - I

Paper - I
CLASSICAL ALGEBRA
(Hours of instruction per week : 6)
No. of Credits : 6
Unit I
Exponential series : Exponential theorem - statement and proof - application to
summation - limits and approximation.
(24 Hours)
Unit II
Logarithmic series : Logarithmic series theorem - statement and proof - application to
summation - limits and approximation.
(24 Hours)
Unit III
Tests for convergence and divergence of series : Comparison tests - Cauchy’s
condensation test - D’Alembert’s ratio test - Cauchy’s root test - Raabe’s test.
(24 Hours)
Unit IV
Theory of equations : Remainder theorem - imaginary roots occur in pairs - irrational
roots occur in pairs - relation between the roots and coefficients of equation - symmetric
functions of the roots - transformation of equations - roots multiplied by a given number -
reciprocal roots - reciprocal equation - to increase or decrease the roots by a given
number - Descarte’s rule of signs.
(24 Hours)
Unit V
Theory of numbers : Divisors of a given number N - Euler’s function (N) -Integral part
of a real number - the highest power of a prime p contained in n! - the product of r
consecutive integers is divisible by r! - congruences - numbers in arithmetical progression
- Fermat’s theorem - Wilson’s theorem - Lagrange’s theorem.
(24 Hours)
Treatment as in:

## 1. “Algebra (Three - year degree course) volume I” by T.K.Manicavachagom

pillay, M.A., L.T. , T. Natarajan, M.A. , K.S.Ganapathy, M.A., L.T.
S. Viswanathan (Printers and Publishers) Pvt., Ltd., 2003.

## 2. “Algebra (Three - year degree course) volume II” by T.K.Manicavachagom

pillay, M.A., L.T. , T. Natarajan, M.A. , K.S.Ganapathy, M.A., L.T.
S. Viswanathan (Printers and Publishers)Pvt., Ltd.,2000.

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SEMESTER - I
Paper II
CALCULUS
(Hours of instruction per week:6)
No.of Credits : 6
Unit I

## Successive differentiation: The nth derivative - Standard results - Trigonometric

transformations - Formation of equations involving derivatives - Leibnitz formula for nth
derivative of a product. Partial differentiation : Partial derivatives of a function of two
functions.
(24 Hours)
Unit II

## Envelopes : Methods of finding envelopes. Curvature : Circle - radius and center of

curvature - Coordinates of center of curvature.
(24 Hours)
Unit III

## Multiple integrals : Evaluation of the double integral - Double integral in polar

coordinates - Triple integrals.
(24 Hours)
Unit IV

## Application of multiple integrals : Volumes of solids of revolution - Volumes of solids

as double integrals - Volume as a triple integral.
(24 Hours)
Unit V

Change of variables : Jacobian - Definition and results - Change of variable in the cases
of two variables and three variables - Transformation from Cartesian to polar coordinates
and spherical polar coordinates.
(24 Hours)
Treatment as in:

## 1. “ Calculus volume I Differential calculus ” by S. Narayanan, M. A., and

T. K. Manicavachagom pillay, M.A., L.T.
S. Viswanathan (printers and publishers), PVT., LTD, 1996.

## 2. “Calculus volume II Integral calculus ” by S. Narayanan, M.A., and

T.K.Manicavachagom pillay, M. A., L.T.
S. Viswanathan (printers and publishers), PVT., LTD 2002.

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SEMESTER – II
Paper III
ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY
(Hours of instruction per week : 6)
(No of. Credits : 6)
Analytical Geometry of two dimensions
Unit I
Polar coordinates : Polar equation of a conic – Tracing the conics-Directrix – Chord –
Tangent – Asymptotes - Normal –Some properties of the general conic – The equation of
the polar – The pair of tangents - Simple problems.
(24 Hours)
Analytical Geometry of three dimensions
Unit II
Straight lines: Coplanarity of straight lines-shortest distance (S.D) and Equation of S.D
between two lines - Simple problems.
(24 Hours)
Unit III
Sphere : Standard equation of a sphere –Plane section of a sphere – Equation of a circle
on a sphere – Intersection of two spheres - Tangent plane to a sphere.
(24 Hours)
Unit IV
Cone and Cylinder : The equation of a surface - Cone whose vertex is at the origin -
Right circular cone – Tangent plane and Normal – Generators - Equation of a cylinder –
right circular cylinder – Enveloping cylinder.
(24 Hours)
Unit V
Central quadrics : The definition of central quadrics - The intersection of a line and a
quadric – Tangent and tangent planes – The condition for the plane to touch the conicoid
– Ruled surfaces and generators.
(24 Hours)
Treatment as in:

## 1. Analytical Geometry - 2D by T. K. Manickavasagam Pillay and others,

S. Viswanathan (Printers & publishers) pvt. Ltd, 38, McNichols Road,
Chetput, Chennai – 600 031 (2002).
2. Analytical Geometry – 3D by T.K. Manickavasagam Pillay and others
S. Viswanathan (Printers & publishers) pvt. Ltd, 38, McNichols Road,
Chetput, Chennai – 600 031 (2001).
Unit Book Chapter Section

I 1 IX 1 and 9 to 15
II 2 III 7 and 8
III 2 IV 1 to 8
IV 2 V 1 to 8
V 2 V 9 to 12 and 17

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SEMESTER II
Paper IV
DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
(Hours of Instruction per week : 6)
(No. of Credits : 6)

Unit I
Mathematical Logic : Statement and Notation–Connectives–Negations–Conjunction–
Disjunction–Statement formulas and Truth tables–Logical capabilities of programming
languages–Conditional and Biconditional - Well formed formulas–Tautologies–
Equivalence of formulae–Duality law–Tautological implications–Formulae with distinct
connectives.
(24 Hours)
Unit II
Normal forms : Disjunctive normal forms–Conjunctive normal forms–Principal
conjunctive normal forms – Principal disjunctive normal forms. Predicates-Variables-
Quantifiers-Free and Bounded variables-Theory of Inference for statements-Calculus and
Predicate calculus-Other connectives.
(24 Hours)

Unit III
Partially ordered sets : Least member–Greatest member–Minimal element–Maximal
element–Upper bound – Lower bound–Least upper bound–Greatest lower bound.
Algebraic structures–Semigroups and Monoids–Homomorphism of Semigroups and
monoids–Subsemigroups and Submonoids–Cyclic Semigroups.
Lattice : Meet–Join–Principle of duality of lattices–Properties of lattices–Distributive
lattice–Modular lattice–Bounded lattice–Complemented lattice–Sub lattice–Simple
problems.
(24 Hours)
Unit IV
Formal Languages : Alphabets–Letters–Words–Language–Length of a word–
Concatenation of words–Syntax –Semantics–Free monoid–Grammar–Derivation–
Sentential form–Types of grammars–BNF notation–Sub tree–Ambiguous grammar–
Unambiguous grammar–Unambiguous and inherently ambiguous language–Simple
problems.
(24 Hours)

Unit V
Graph Theory : Undirected graphs-Degree of the vertex-Null graph-Simple graph-
Regular graph-Complete graph–Sub graph–Isomorphism–Walks-Paths-Circuits–Some
basic theorems–Euler graphs – Hamiltonian paths. Directed graphs–Isomorphism–In
degree and out degree of a Digraph–Paths-Reachability and connectedness-Geodesic-
Node base–Components of digraphs.
Trees : Some basic theorems–Spanning trees–Rooted binary trees–Directed tree–
Complete binary tree–Forest–Matrix representation of graphs–Circuit matrix-Path
matrix–Matrices of directed graphs–Incidence matrix–Circuit matrix of a digraph.
(24 Hours)

Treatment as in:

## 1. For units I to III: “ Discrete mathematical structures with Applications to

Computer Science” by J.P. Tremblay and R.Manohar, Tata Mc Graw Hill
Ltd, 1997

## 2. For units IV &V: “Discrete Mathematics” by V.Sundaresan, K.S.

Ganapathy Subramanian and K. Ganesan – (New revised edition 1999),
A. R. Publications.

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SEMESTER III
Paper V
TRIGONOMETRY, VECTOR CALCULUS AND FOURIER SERIES
(Hours of instruction per week : 6)
No. of Credits : 6
Unit I

Trignomentry
Expansions : Expansions of cos nθ and sin nθ - Examples on formation of equations -
Expansions of cos n when n is a positive integer - Expansions of sin n when n is a
positive integer - Expansions of sin and cos in a series of ascending powers of .
Hyperbolic Functions : Relations between hyperbolic functions - Inverse hyperbolic
functions.
(24 Hours)

Unit II
Logarithm of Complex Quantities : Logarithms of complex quantities - General
value of logarithm of x+iy .
Summation of Trigonometrical Series : Some of series of n angles in A.P. - Sum of
cosines of n angles in A.P.
(24 Hours)
Unit III
Vector Calculus
Gradient, Divergence And Curl: Differentiation of Vectors - Meaning of the
Derivative of Position Vector - level surfaces - The Vector Differential Operator
- Gradient - Direction and Magnitude of Gradient - Divergence and Curl -
Solenoidal - Formulae involving Operator ∇.
(24 Hours)

Unit IV
Vector Integration : Line Integral - Volume Integral , Surface integral - Gauss
Divergence theorem - Green’s theorem ( in space ) - Stoke’s theorem - Green’s
theorem ( in plane ) - For the theorems statements only and simple problems.
(24 Hours)
Unit V

Fourier Series
Fourier series – Definition - finding Fourier coefficients for a given periodic function
with period 2 - Odd and even functions – Half range series – Development in sine and
cosine series - Change of interval.
(24 Hours)
Treatment as in
.
1. “Trigonometry” by S. Narayanan and T. K. Manicavachagom Pillay S.
Viswanathan (Publishers and Printers)Pvt.,Ltd.,1998.

## 2. “Vector algebra and analysis” by S. Narayanan and T.K. Manicavachagam

Pillay, S. Viswanathan (Publishers and Printers ) PVT.,LTD.,1990.

## 3. “Ancillary Mathematics Book II” by T.K.Manicavachagom pillay and S.

Narayanan , S. Viswanathan (printers & publishers), pvt, ltd, 2002

I 1 III 1 to 5
IV 1&2

II 1 V 5

VI 2

III 2 IV 1 to 11

IV 2 VI 1 to 10
V 3 IV 1 to 6

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SEMESTER III
Paper VI
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS AND LAPLACE TRANSFORMS
(Hours of Instruction per week : 6)
No. of Credits : 6
Unit I
Ordinary Differential Equations : Linear equation with constant coefficient :
ax
Particular integral of the form e v where v is a function of x - Linear equations with
variable coefficients – Equations reducible to linear equations.
(24 Hours)
Unit II
Ordinary Differential Equations of First order but of higher degree : Equations
solvable for x, y, p - clairaut's form-equations do not contain x or y explicitly-equations
homogeneous in x and y.
Simultaneous differential equation: Simultaneous differential equation of the form :

## 1) dx / P = dy / Q = dz / R when P, Q, R are functions of x ,y ,z.

2) f1(D)x + f2(D)y = F1(t)
g1(D)x + g2(D)y = F2(t), where f1, f2, g1 and g2 are rational - integral function
of D with constant coefficient.
(24 Hours)
Unit III
Partial Differential Equations of the first order : Formation of equations by
eliminating arbitrary constants and arbitrary functions - definition of general, particular
and complete solution - singular and general solution of first order equation in the
standard form.

(24 Hours)
Unit IV
Lagranges method of solving the Linear equation. Laplace transform : Definition and
at at n
properties of laplace transform – Laplace transform of e , sinbt, e sinbt, t - Some
general theorem - Evaluating certain integrals using laplace transform.
(24 Hours)
Unit V
The Inverse Transform - Method of partial fraction - solving ordinary differential
equation and system of differential equation using Laplace transform.
(24 Hours)
Treatment as in :

## 1.Differential Equations and its Application by S. Narayanan

T.K.Manicavachagom Pillay. S.Viswanathan (Publishers and printers)Pvt.,Ltd.,2001.

## Unit Chapter Section

I V 4c, 4d, 5 & 6
II IV 1 to 4
VI 4, 6
III XII 1 to 3 & 5
IV XII 4
IX 1 to 5
V IX 6 to 10

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SEMESTER-III
Paper VII
OPERATIONS RESEARCH - I
(Hours of instruction per week: 6)
No. of Credits : 6

Unit I
Linear Programming Problem : Mathematical Formulation of the Problem, Graphical
Solution Method, Some Exceptional Cases, General Linear Programming Problem,
Canonical and Standard Forms of L.P.P. Simplex Method: Fundamental Properties of
Solutions, The Computational Procedure, Artificial Variable Techniques, Problem of
Degeneracy.
(24 Hours)
Unit II
Duality in Linear Programming : Concept of Duality, Formulation of Primal-Dual
Pairs, Duality and Simplex Method, Dual Simplex Method, Dual Simplex Algorithm.
(24 Hours)
Unit III
Transportation Problems : Introduction, Mathematical Formulation of the Problem,
Triangular Basis, Loops in a Transportation Table, Finding Initial Basic Feasible
Solution, Moving Towards Optimality, Degeneracy in Transportation Problems,
Transportation Algorithm, Unbalanced Transportation Problems.
The Assignment, Routing Problems : Introduction, Mathematical Formulation,
Assignment Algorithm , A Typical Assignment Problem , Routing Problems.
(24 Hours)
Unit IV
Games and Strategies : Introduction, Two-Person Zero-Sum Games, Maximin-Minimax
Principle, Games Without Saddle Points-Mixed Strategies, Solution of 2 x 2 Rectangular
Games, Graphical Method, Dominance Property.
(24 Hours)
Unit V
Sequencing Problems : Introduction, Problem of Sequencing, Problems with n Jobs and
2 Machines, Problems with n Jobs and k Machines, Problems with 2 Jobs through k
Machines.
(24 Hours)
Treatment as in

## 1. Operations Research by Kanti Swarup, P.K. Gupta, Manmohan, S.Chand and

Sons (Seventh Edition), New Delhi (1994).

## III 6, 7 6.1 to 6.9, 7.1 to 7.5.

IV 9 9.1 to 9.7.

V 10 10.1 to 10.5.
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SEMESTER – IV
Paper VIII
FOURIER TRANSFORMS AND SPECIAL FUNCTIONS
(Hours of instruction per week: 6)

No. of Credits : 6

Unit I
Fourier transforms : Fourier Integral theorem-Fourier sine and cosine integrals.
Complex form of Fourier integrals-Complex Fourier transforms and its inversion
formula- Fourier sine and cosine transforms.
(24 Hours)
Unit II
Properties of Fourier Transforms-Linear Property-Shifting theorem-Change of scale
property-Modulation theorem-Properties of Fourier sine and cosine transforms.
Convolution theorem for Fourier transforms-Parseval’s identity-Evaluation of integrals
using Parseval’s identity.
(24 Hours)

Unit III
Applications of Fourier transforms for solving integral equations - Finite Fourier
transforms.

The Gamma function : Definition-Recurrence formula for (n) - The Beta function :
Properties of Beta functions-Other forms of Beta functions-Relation between Beta and
Gamma functions-Standard results.
(24 Hours)
Unit IV
Evaluation of integrals using Beta and Gamma functions. Bessel functions : Definition-
Series solution of Bessel’s equation-Bessel function of the first kind of order n, Jn(x)-
Properties-Expansions for J0(x) and J1(x)-The zeros of the Bessel functions-Values of
J1/2(x) and J-1/2(x).
(24 Hours)
Unit V
Recurrence formula for Bessel functions-Bessel’s coefficients. Bessel’s integral for Jn(x).
(24 Hours)
Treatment as in

## 1. For Fourier Transforms

Engineering Mathematics III (MA1201)
(Common to all third semester B.E students) As per Anna University syllabus
by A. Singaravelu, Meenakshi Agency, 2007.

## 2. For Gamma and Beta functions

Mathematics for B.Sc, Branch – 1, second semester volume II by P. Kandassamy
and K. Thilagavathi, S. Chand and Company Ltd., 2004.

## 3. For Bessel functions

Higher Mathematics for Engineering and Science by Dr.M.K.Venkataraman,
The National Publishing Company,2006.

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SEMESTER IV
PAPER IX
MECHANICS
(Number of hours per week:6)

No. Of credits: 6
Unit – I
Rectilinear motion under constant forces: Motion along a vertical line under gravity –
Line of quickest descent - quickest descent to a curve – Motion along a smooth inclined
plane - Motion along a rough inclined plane-Examples.
Equilibrium of a particle : Equilibrium of a particle under three forces - Equilibrium of
a particle under several forces – Limiting equilibrium of a particle on an inclined plane-
Examples.
(24 Hours)

Unit – II
Rectilinear motion under varying force : Motion under gravity in a resisting medium –
Resistance proportional to square of velocity - Resistance proportional to velocity-
Examples.
Virtual work : Virtual work-Principle of virtual work-Examples.
(24 Hours)

Unit - III
Impact: Impulsive force – Conservation of linear momentum – Laws of impact – Direct
impact of two smooth spheres.
Direct impact of a smooth sphere on a plane - Oblique impact of a smooth sphere on a
plane – Oblique impact of two smooth spheres – Examples.
(24 Hours)

Unit – IV
Projectiles: Forces on a projectile – Displacement as a combination of vertical and
horizontal displacements – Nature of trajectory – Results pertaining to the motion of a
projectile – Maximum horizontal range for a given velocity – Two trajectories with a
given speed and range – Projectile projected horizontally. Projectile projected on an
inclined plane – Maximum range on an inclined plane – Enveloping parabola –
Examples.
(24 Hours)

Unit - V
Hanging Strings: Equilibrium of a uniform homogeneous string – Sag - Suspension
bridge - Examples.
Central orbits: Central orbit – Differential equation of a central orbit – Laws of a central
force – Methods to find the central orbits – Conic as a centered orbit – Kepler’s laws of
planetary motion -Examples.
(24 Hours)

Treatment as in
‘ MECHANICS’ by P.Duraipandian, Laxmi Duraipandian and Muthamizh
Jayapragasam, S.Chand and Company Ltd, New Delhi, Reprint 2007.

## Unit Chapter Section

I 10 10.3 to 10.5.
12 12.4
3 3.1 and 3.2
II 8 8.1
III 14 14.1 to 14.5
IV 13 13.1 to 13.3
V 9 9.1 and 9.2
16 16.2 and 16.3
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SEMESTER IV
Paper X
OPERATIONS RESEARCH - II
(Hours of instruction per week : 6)
No. of Credits : 6

Unit I
Dynamic programming : Introduction , The Recursive Equation Approach,
Characteristics of Dynamic Programming, Dynamic Programming Algorithm, Solution of
Discrete D.P.P, Solution of L.P.P. by Dynamic Programming.
(24 Hours)
Unit II
Queueing Theory : Introduction, Queueing Systems, Characteristics of Queueing
Systems, Symbols and Notations, Poisson Process and Exponential Distribution,
Classification of Queues, Definition of Transient and Steady States, Poisson Queues: The
M/M/1 and M/M/1/N Queueing Systems, The M/M/C and M/M/C/N Queueing System.
(24 Hours)
Unit III
Inventory Control : Introduction, Reasons for Carrying Inventory, Types of Inventory,
The Inventory Decisions, Economic Order Quantity, Deterministic Inventory Problem,
EOQ Problem with Price-Breaks.
(24 Hours)
Unit IV
Replacement Problems and System Reliability : Introduction, Replacement of
Equipment or Asset that Deteriorates Gradually, Replacement of Equipment that Fails
Suddenly, Reliability and System Failure Rates. Simulation : Introduction, Why
Simulation?, Methodology of Simulation, Event-Type Simulation, Generation of Random
Numbers, Monte-Carlo Simulation, Simulation of Queueing System, Simulation of an
Inventory System.
(24 Hours)
Unit V
Network Scheduling By PERT/CPM :Introduction, Network and Basic Components,
Rules of Network Construction, Time Calculation in Networks, Critical Path Method
(CPM), PERT, PERT Calculations.
(24 Hours)
Treatment as in

## 1. Operations Research by Kanti Swarup, P.K. Gupta, Manmohan, S.Chand

and Sons (Seventh Edition), New Delhi (1994).

## Unit Chapter Section

I 12 12.1 to 12.6
II 17 17.1 to 17.8
III 18, 19 18.1 to 18.7,
19.1 to 19.3,19.6
IV 20 20.1 to 20.8
V 21 21.1 to 21.7

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SEMESTER - V
Paper XI
MODERN ALGEBRA – I
(Hours of instruction per week : 6)
No. of Credits : 6
Unit I
Groups : Definition of a group - some examples of groups - some preliminary lemmas.
(24 Hours)
Unit II
Subgroups - a counting principle - normal subgroups and quotient groups.
(24 Hours)
Unit III
Homomorphisms - automorphisms - Cayley’s theorem - permutation groups.
(24 Hours)
Unit IV
Rings : Definition and examples - some special classes of rings - homomorphisms of
rings.
(24 Hours)
Unit V
Ideals and quotient rings - more ideals and quotient rings - the field of quotients of an
integral domain.
(24 Hours)
Treatment as in:

1. ‘Topics in Algebra’ by I.N. Herstein., John Wiley & sons,New York , 2nd edition,
2003.

## Unit Chapter Section

I 2 2.1 to 2.3
II 2 2.4 to 2.6
III 2 2.7 to 2.10
IV 3 3.1 to 3.3
V 3 3.4 to 3.6

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SEMESTER – V
Paper XII
REAL ANALYSIS –I
(Hours of instruction per week : 7)
No. of Credits : 7

Unit I
The real and complex number systems: The field axioms, the order axioms-integers-
the unique factorization theorem for integers-rational numbers-irrational numbers-upper
bounds, maximum elements, least upper bound (supremum) -the completeness axiom,
some properties of the supremum -properties of the integers deduced from the
completeness axioms-the Archimedean property of the real number system-rational
numbers with finite decimal representation of real numbers -absolute values and the
triangle inequality-the Cauchy -Schwarz inequality -plus and minus infinity and the
extended real number system R*.
(28 Hours)
Unit II
Some basic notions of set theory : Notations -ordered pairs-Cartesian product of two
sets- relations and functions-further terminology concerning functions-one-one functions
and inverses –composite functions-sequences- similar (equinumerous) sets-finite and
infinite sets-countable and uncountable sets - uncountability of the real-number system-
set algebra-countable collections of countable sets.
(28 Hours)
Unit III
Elements of point set topology : Euclidean space Rn -open balls and open sets in Rn.
The structure of open sets in R1 -closed sets and adherent points -The Bolzano -
Weierstrass theorem-the Cantor intersection theorem.
(28 Hours)
Unit IV
The Lindel of covering theorem-The Heine Borel covering theorem –compactness in Rn-
Metric spaces - point set topology in metric spaces –compact subsets of a metric space-
Boundary of a set .
(28 Hours)
Unit V
Limits and continuity : Convergent sequences in a metric space - Cauchy Sequences-
Completeness Sequences-complete metric spaces. Limit of a function -continuous
functions .Continuity of composite function - Examples of continuous functions.
(28 Hours)

Treatment as in

## 1. Mathematical Analysis by T.M. Apostol, Second Edition, Narosa

publishing house, 1997.

1.18 to1.20

II 2 2.1 to 2.15

## III 3 3.1 to 3.4, 3.7 to 3.9

IV 3 3.10 to 3.16

4.11

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SEMESTER – V
Paper XIII
COMPLEX ANALYSIS - I
(Hours of instruction per week : 7)
No. of Credits : 7
Unit I
Complex plane : Complex plane - Geometrical addition- Angle between two rays -
Equations of straight lines and circles - Elementary transformations - Infinity and
extended complex plane - Stereographic projection – Examples .
(28 Hours)

Unit II
Analytic functions : Complex functions - Limit of a function - Continuity of a function -
Differentiability and analyticity of a function - Necessary conditions for differentiability -
Sufficient conditions for differentiability – Examples .
(28 Hours)

Unit III
Analytic functions : C-R equations in polar coordinates - Complex functions as a
function of z and z - Examples .
Power series and elementary functions : Power series - Absolute convergence of a
power series - Uniform convergence of a power series - Analyticity of the sum of a power
series - Uniqueness of representation of a function by a power series - Examples .
(28 Hours)

Unit IV
Conformal mappings : Bilinear transformations (Mobius transformation) - Special
bilinear transformations - Circles and inverse points - Transformation w = z2 -
1\ 2
Transformation w = z - Transformation w = e z - Transformation w = sinz and w =
cosz- Conformal mappings - Examples.
(28 Hours)
Unit V
Complex integration : Simple rectifiable oriented curves - Integration of complex
functions - Simple integrals using definition - Definite integrals - Interior and exterior of
a closed curve - Simply-connected regions - Cauchy’s fundamental theorem - Integral
along an arc joining two points - Cauchy’s integral formula and formulas for derivatives -
Examples.
(28 Hours)
Treatment as in

## 1. “Complex Analysis” by P. Duraipandian, Laxmi Duraipandian and D.

Muhilan Emerald Publishers 135, Annasalai, Chennai – 600 002(1999-
Reprint).

## Unit Chapter Section

I 2 2.3 to 2.9

II 4 4.1 to 4.3
4.5 to 4.7
III 4&6 4.8 to 4.10
6.1 to 6.5
IV 7 7.1 to 7.9

V 8 8.1 to 8.9

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SEMESTER – V
Paper XIV
NUMERICAL METHODS I
(Hours of instruction per week : 6)
No. of Credits : 6
Unit I
Solution of Algebraic and Transcental equations : Bisection method – the method of
false position – iteration method - Accelaration of convergence - Newton – Raphson
method – Generalised Newton method – Graeffe’s root squaring method- Mullers
method.
(20 Hours)
Unit II
Matrices and Linear Systems of Equations
Solution of linear systems: Matrix Inversion Method – Gauss elimination method –
Modification of Gauss method - Gauss-Jordan method – Iteration method – Gauss –
Jacobi method and Gauss - Seidel method.
The Eigen value problem : Householder’s method - Eigen values of a symmetric
tridiagonal matrix-The QR Method.
(20 Hours)
Unit III

Interpolation

## Finite Differences : Difference tables – Forward difference table – backward difference

table – Newtons forward difference formula – Newton’s backward difference formula –
central differences – Gauss‘s central difference formula - Stirlings formula – Bessel’s
formula – Everett’s formula – interpolation with unevenly spaced points – Lagrange’s
interpolation formula – divided differences – Newton’s general interpolation formula.
(20 Hours)

Unit IV

## Numerical Differentiation and Integration : Numerical differentiation – Derivatives

through Newton’s forward difference formula – Newtons’s backward difference formula
– maximum and minimum values of a tabulated function- General integration formula –
The Trapezoidal rule – Simpson’s rule – Simpson’s rule .
(20 Hours)

Unit V

Computer Lab : Programming for numerical methods.Obtain the value of the function
using Newton’s forward formula – obtain the value of the function using Newton’s
backward formula (for equal intervals) – obtain the root of a transcendental equation
using Newton - Raphson method – solving the set of simultaneous equations by Gauss
elimination method – solving the set of simultaneous equations by Gauss-Seidal method-
Integration using trapezoidal rule – Integration using Simpson’s rule.
(40 Hours)
Treatment as in
1. Introductory methods of Numerical Analysis by S.S.Sastry, Prentice- hall of
India Private Ltd., New Delhi, 2003.

## I 2 2.2 to 2.5 , 2.7&2.8

II 6 6.3.1 to 6.3.3, 6.4, 6.5
III 3 3.3.1 to 3.3.3, 3.7, 3.9.1, 3.11.1
IV 5 5.2-5.2.1, 5.3, 5.4 -5.4.1,5.4.2,5.4.3
V Lab

## 1. Numerical methods in Science and Engineering by M. K. Venkataraman, The

National Publishing Company, Madras –July 1995.
2. Applied Numerical Analysis by C urtis F. Gerald and Patrick.O. Wheatley ,
Addison-Wesley publishing company – 3rd edition, 1984.
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SEMESTER - VI
Paper - XV
MODERN ALGEBRA - II
(Hours of instruction per week : 6)
No. of Credits : 6

Unit I
Matrices : Orthogonal matrices - properties of orthogonal matrices - eigen values and
eigen vectors - diagonalisation of matrices - similar matrices - Cayley - Hamilton
Theorem.
(24 Hours)
Unit II
Rings : Euclidean rings - A particular Euclidean ring.
(24 Hours)
Unit III
Vector spaces : Elementary basic concepts - linear independence and bases.
(24 Hours)
Unit IV
Dual spaces - inner product spaces.
(24 Hours)
Unit V
Linear transformations : The algebra of linear transformations - characteristic roots.
(24 Hours)
Treatment as in :

## 1. “Algebra (Three year degree course) Volume II ” by T.K. Manicavachagom

Pillay, T. Natarajan and K.S. Ganapathy, S. Viswanathan (Printers and
Publishers) PVT, LTD 2000.
2. ‘Topics in Algebra’ by I.N. Herstein., John Wiley & sons,New York , 2nd edition,
2003.

## I 1 II 9.1, 9.2, 16, 16.1 to 16.4

II 2 III 3.7 & 3.8
III 2 IV 4.1 & 4.2
IV 2 IV 4.3 & 4.4
V 2 VI 6.1 & 6.2

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SEMESTER – VI
Paper XVI
REAL ANALYSIS – II
(Hours of instruction per week : 6)
No. of Credits : 6
Unit I
Limits and continuity : continuity and inverse images of open or closed sets - functions
continuous on compact sets - Topological mappings (homeomorphisms) - Bolzano’s
theorem.
(24 Hours)
Unit II
Connectedness - components of a metric space - uniform continuity - uniform continuity
and compact sets - Fixed-point theorem for contractions - monotonic functions.
(24 Hours)
Unit III
Derivatives : Definition of derivative - Derivatives and continuity - Algebra of
derivatives - the chain rule - one-sided derivatives and infinite derivatives - Function with
non-zero derivatives - zero derivatives and local extrema - Rolle’s theorem - The mean-
value Theorem for derivatives - Taylor’s formula with remainder.
(24 Hours)
Unit IV
Properties of monotonic functions - Function of bounded variation : total variation -
additive property of total variation - total variation on [a, x] as a function of x - Functions
of bounded variation expressed as the difference of increasing functions - continuous
functions of bounded variation.
(24 Hours)
Unit V
The Riemann - Stieltjes integral : Introduction - Notation - The definition of Riemann
-Stieltjes integral - Linear properties - Integration by parts -change of variable in a
Riemann-Stieltjes integral - Reduction to a Riemann integral.
(24 Hours)
Treatment as in
1. Mathematical Analysis by Tom.M.Apostol - Edn II-Narosa Publishing
House, New Delhi, Sixteenth Reprint,1997.
Unit Chapter Section
I 4 4.12 to 4.15

## III 5 5.1 to 5.10, 5.12

IV 6 6.1 to 6.8

V 7 7.1 to 7.7
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SEMESTER – VI
Paper XVII
COMPLEX ANALYSIS II
(Hours of instruction per week : 6)
No. of Credits : 6
Unit I
Complex Integration : Zeros of a function - Related integral theorems -Term-by-term
differentiation and integration of uniformly convergent series - Examples.
Taylor’s and laurent’s series : Taylor’s series - Zeros of an analytic function –
Examples.
(24 Hours)
Unit II
Taylor’s and Laurent’s series : Laurent’s series - Singular points or singularity –
Isolated singularities - Removable singularities – Pole - Essential singularities –
Examples.
(24 Hours)
Unit III
Taylor’s and Laurent’s series : Behaviour of a function at an isolated singularity -
Determination of the nature of singularities - Nature of singularity at infinity - Examples.
Residues : Residues - Calculation of residues – Examples.
(24 Hours)
Unit IV
Residues : Real definite integrals – Examples.
(24 Hours)
Unit V
Meromorphic : Meromorphic functions -Functions meromorphic in the extended plane –
Examples.
(24 Hours)
Treatment as in

## 1.“Complex Analysis” by P.Duraipandian , Laxmi Duraipandian and D. Muhilan

Emarald Publishers 135, Annasalai, Chennai – 600 002 (1999- Reprint).

## Unit Chapter Section

I 8 8.10 to 8.13
9 9.1 & 9.2
II 9 9.3 & 9.5 to 9.9
III 9 9.10 to 9.13
10 10.1 & 10.2
IV 10 10.3 & 10.4
V 11 11.1 to 11.3
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SEMESTER – VI
Paper XVIII
NUMERICAL METHODS II
(Hours of instruction per week : 6)
No. of Credits : 6
Unit I
Numerical solution of ordinary Differential Equations : Taylor-series method – Euler
and Modified Euler methods – Runge-kutta methods – Milne’s method.
Boundary value problems : Finite-difference method - The shooting method-The cubic
spline method.
(20 Hours)
Unit II
Numerical solution of partial Differential Equations : Laplace equation-Jacobi’s
method-Gauss Seidal method-Iterative methods for the solution of equation.
Numerical solution of Integral Equations : Finite-difference method-Chebyshev’s
Series method-The cubic Spline method.
(20 Hours)
Unit III
Curve fitting : Least–Squares curve fitting procedures - Fitting a straight line-Nonlinear
curve fitting- Curve fitting by a sum of exponentials.
The finite element Method : Boundary and initial boundary value problems-Finite
element method for one- dimensional problems.
(20 Hours)

Unit IV

## Simulation : Random Numbers Generation-Random Variable Generation-Exponential

Distribution- Poisson Distribution-Uniform Distribution-Normal Distribution.
(20 Hours)

LAB

Unit V
Solving first order ordinary differential equation using Euler’s method – solving first
order ordinary differential equation using Runge-kutta second order method – solving
first order ordinary differential equation using Runge-kutta fourth order method-Eigen
value-Solution of partial differential equation - Jacobi’s method and Seidal method -
Curve fitting. Simulation .
(40 Hours)
Treatment as in

## 1. Introductory methods of Numerical Analysis by S.S. Sastry, Prentice-Hall

of India private Ltd., New Delhi, 2003, for units I to III.
2. Operations Research by Kanti Swarup, P.K. Gupta and Man Mohan Fifth
Revised Edition, Sultan Chand and Sons, New Delhi, 1991 for unit IV.

## Unit Chapter Section

I 7 7.2, 7.4, 7.5, 7.6.2, 7.10
II 8 &9 8.3.1 .8.3.2 & 8.5, 9.2 to 9.4
III 4&10 4.2, 10.1.1,10.4.1
IV 20 20.4 to 20.7

## 1. Numerical Methods in Science and Engineering by M.K. Venkataraman, The

2. Applied Numerical Analysis by Curtis F.Gerald and Patrick.O. Wheatley
Addison- Wesley publishing company-3rd edition, 1984.
3. ‘OPERATIONS RESEARCH-AN INTRODUCTION’ by Hamdy.A.Taha,
Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi,1998.

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SEMESTER – VI

Paper - XIX
ASTRONOMY
(Hours of instruction per week : 6)
No. of Credits : 6
Unit I
General description of the solar system – Comets and meteorites – Spherical
trigonometry.
(24 Hours)
Unit II
Celestial sphere – Celestial co-ordinates – Diurnal motion – Variation in length of the
day.
(24 Hours)
Unit III
Dip –Twilight – Geocentric parallax .
(24 Hours)
Unit IV
Refraction – Tangent formula – Cassini ‘s formula .
(24 Hours)
Unit V
Eclipses – Lunar eclipse – Solar eclipse – Ecliptic limits – Synodic period – Duration of
eclipses – Comparison of eclipses – Occultations .
(24 Hours)

Treatment as in
1. “Astronomy” for Degree classes by S.Kumaravelu and Susheela
Kumaravelu Diocesan press, Nagarcoil, 1974.

I I 1 to 38
XVI 320 to 333
II II 39 to 68

V 135 to144
IV IV 117 to 130