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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

Unit Book Chapter Section

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).

Unit Chapter Section

I 2, 3 2.2 to 2.6, 3.2 to 3.6.

II 4 4.1 and 4.2, 4.5 to 4.7.

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.

Unit Chapter Section

I 1 1.1 to1.3, 1.6 to1.15,


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

V 4 4.1 to 4.5, 4.8, 4.9,


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.

Unit Chapter Section

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

Books for References

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.

Unit Book Chapter Section

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

II 4 4.16, 4.17, 4.19 to 4.21, 4.23

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

Books for References

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


National Publishing Company, Madras-July 1995.
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.

Unit Chapter Section

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

III III 106 to116


V 135 to144
IV IV 117 to 130

V XIII 255 to 283

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