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Linear Algebra for Engineers and Scientists Using MATLAB
This short book integrates the use of MATLAB in a unique, innovative way. Linear transformations are integrated throughout the book. The book uses MATLAB as the chosen computational software. It may be used without the need form machine computation, although exposure to some use of MATLAB is recommended. Worked examples illustrating every important concept or main poin ...more
Paperback, 504 pages
Published June 1st 2004 by Pearson
(first published August 2nd 2003)
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I have a vague feeling that this book is disappearing form the scene of linear algebra. It's from 2005 and hard to come by. It does what it is supposed to, but I'll wager that you can find 20 linear algebra books that does the same. The "using MATLAB part" is negligible. It had some confusing parts, namely changes of bases, which I then read in Linear Algebra and Its Applications, and it made much more sense! I'd probably recommend that book instead of this one, if it weren't that I know for sur ...more