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SASTRA Deemed to be University                          B. Tech. in Computer Science and Engineering


               Text Books
               1.      T.Veerarajan. Engineering Mathematics (For Semester III), Tata  Mcgraw - Hill, 2010.
               2.      Dr. M.K.Venkataraman. Engineering Mathematics, Part A, National publishing
                       company, 2004.
               3.      Erwin kreyszigl .Advanced Engineering Mathematics, John Wiley & Sons, Tenth
                       edition, Reprint 2015.

               References
               1.      Glyn James. Advanced Modern Engineering Mathematics, Pearson Education, Third
                       edition, 2004.
               2.      H. Dym and H. P. McKean, Fourier Series and Integrals, Academic Press, 1972.
               3.      H.K.Dass.  Advanced  Eangineering  Mathematics,  S.Chand&  Company,  Reprint,
                       2014.
               4.      James  W.  Brown  and  Ruel  V.  Churchill.  Complex  Variables  and  Applications,
                       McGraw- Hill, Eighth edition, 2009. Chapters 1-3.

               ONLINE MATERIALS
               1.      https://nptel.ac.in/courses/117101055/19
               2.      http://farside.ph.utexas.edu/teaching/336L/Fluidhtml/node91.html

               UNITWISE LEARNING OUTCOMES
               Upon successful completion of each unit the learner will be able to:

                Unit  I      Find Laplace Transform of standard functions, apply properties in problem
                              situations, solve differential equations arising in all fields of Engineering
                Unit II      Express a given function in terms of Fourier series and apply   in solving
                              vibrating string problems
                Unit III     Apply standard techniques of complex variable theory in application areas
                              such  as  heat  conduction,  elasticity,  fluid  dynamics  and  flow  of  electric
                              current
                Unit IV      Evaluate complicated integrals using residue calculus
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