Comments: Covers inner product spaces, direct sums of subspaces, the primary decomposition theorem and various canonical forms for matrices. This book provides a brief introduction to the use of MAPLE in linear algebra calculations and biographical profiles of eminent mathematicians associated with the subject. Series: Springer Undergraduate Mathematics Series. Num Pages: 237 pages, 2 black & white illustrations, biography. BIC Classification: PBF. Category: (UU) Undergraduate. Dimension: 236 x 179 x 15. Weight in Gr
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Publication Date: 2001
Blyth, T. S., Robertson, E. F.
The Springer Undergraduate Mathematics Series is a series of guides, written for undergraduates in the Mathematical Sciences. The books cover the basics of each topic via explanatory text, examples and problems.Blyth, T. S. is the author of 'Further Linear Algebra', published 2001 under ISBN 9781852334253 and ISBN 1852334258.
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