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John Gill

March 2015

Zeno (or equivalent parametric) contours are defined algorithmically as a distribution of points

n

lim {zk ,n }k =0 by the iterative procedure: zk ,n = z k 1,n + k ,n ( z k 1,n , kn ) which arises from the

n

n

1

, providing a partition of the unit time interval. ( z ) is the continuous arc

n

from z to G( z ) that results as n (Eulers Method is a special case of a Zeno contour).

Usually k ,n =

When ( z , t ) is well-behaved an equivalent closed form of the contours , z(t ) , has the

dz

= ( z , t ) , with vector field f ( z , t ) = ( z , t ) + z . Siamese contours are streamlines

dt

or pathlines joined at their origin and arising from different vector fields. It will be assumed in

most of what follows that all contours in a particular discussion have identical initial points.

property

: z k ,n = zk 1,n + k ,n( zk 1,n , kn ) = zk 1,n + k ,n ( f ( z k 1,n , kn ) zk 1,n )

Or

dz

= ( z , t )

dt

dz

= ( z , t ) admits a closed

dt

For

1 :

dz

= 1( z , t )

dt

and

2 :

dz

= ( z , t ) = 1 ( z , t ) + 2( z , t )

dt

dz

= 2 ( z , t )

dt

= 1 :

dz

= 1 ( z , t ) ,

dt

= ( 1 2 ) = ( 1 ) ( 2 ) :

dz

= (1 ( z , t ) + 2( z , t )) = 1 ( z , t ) + 2 ( z , t )

dt

dz

= 1( z , t ) 2( z , t ) , from which one derives

dt

= ( 1 ) 2 = ( 2 ) 1

dz

= 1 2

dt

t[0,1]

d ( 1 , 2 ) = 1 2

= 1 ( 1) 2 .

Set I :

dz

= 1 , the identity contour z(t ) = z0 + t .

dt

T ( ) = :

dz

= ( z , t )

dt

so that

T ( 1 2 ) = T ( 1 )T ( 2 )

and

dz

= ( z )

dt

D :

dz

= Dz( z )

dt

Example 1 : :

dz

= Cos( z )

dt

Contour exponentiation:

Example 2 :

dz

= Sin( z ) . z = .5 + 3i , green, red.

dt

dz

dz

= ( z ) :

= ( z )

dt

dt

dz

dz

= z 2 1+i :

= z 2(1+ i ) , z0 = 1.5 1.5i

dt

dt

Orthogonality of contours: :

dz

dz

= i( z ) *

= ( z ) , * :

dt

dt

Example 3 :

dz

= = xCos( x + y ) + iySin( x y )

dt

Define an Integration Operator

n

k =1

k =1

2

(z)

The result: The integral of the second function along the contour described by the first.

This is analogous to

dz

= 1 ( z ) and

dt

d

= 2( z ) 1 ( z )

dt

A more complete description can be found in [2]. The vector n ,n 0,n provides a graphical depiction of this

integral.

n

k =1

Analogous to

dz

= 1 ( z ) and

dt

d

= 2(1 ( z ))

dt

analogous to the system

dz

d

= 1 ( ) and

= 2 ( z ) , z = x + iy , = + i

dt

dt

Example 4 :

dz

= ( Sin( + ) + Cos( )) + i ( Cos( + ) Sin( )) and

dt

1

d

= xCos( y ) + iySin( x ) , M ( ) = z( , t ) ( , t )dt , = z(0) = (0)

dt

0

Topographical image of the -plane:

Expanding 2 two different ways:

1 n

1 n

(1) n ,n = 0 + 2 ( zk 1,n ) k 1,n = 0 + 2 ( z( k n1 )) ( k n1 )

n k =1

n k =1

k =1

n

(2)

1

n

n ,n = 0 1 + 2 ( z( k n1 ))

1

n ,n 0 + 2( z , t ) (t )dt

0

1

n ,n 0e

2 ( z ,t )dt

0

2 ( ,t )dt

0

( ) = 2( , t ) (t )dt e

1

This is analogous to

t

2 ( z ( t ))dt

d (t )

dz

= 2 ( z(t )) (t ) ,

= 1 ( z ) (t ) = 0e 0

dt

dt

A general scenario:

d

dz

= 2 ( z , ) ,

= 1 ( z )

dt

dt

Example 5a :

1 =

1 2

z , 2 = xCos( x + y ) + iySin( x y ) , - plane

10

1

( ) = exp 2 ( , t )dt ,

dz

= 1 ( z ) , z0 =

dt

d

dz

Example 5b :

= 2( z(t )) ,

= 1 ( z ) ( ) = 2 ( , t )dt , 2( , t ) = 2( z(t ))

dt

dt

0

[1] J. Gill, A Space of Siamese Contours in Time-dependent Complex Vector Fields, Comm. Anal. Th. Cont. Frac., Vol XX (2014)

[2] J. Gill, A Note on Integrals & Hybrid Contours in the Complex Plane, Comm. Anal. Th. Cont. Frac., Vol XX (2014)

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