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Applied Linear Algebra (Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics)

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This book describes basic methods and algorithms used in modern, real problems likely to be encountered by engineers and scientists - and fosters an understanding of why mathematical techniques work and how they can be derived from first principles. Assumes no previous exposure to linear algebra. Presents applications hand in hand with theory, leading readers through th ...more
Hardcover, 679 pages
Published May 30th 2018 by Springer (first published January 20th 2005)
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James Carter
Aug 24, 2016 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Well, it's a pretty horrible book, replete with errors. Even included on the author's website are three different sets of errata. The explanations are so sparse that I am always left on my own to solve the exercise problems.

Chapter 1.7.1-8 is a prime example of that and is completely useless because I have no frigging idea what to do.

Proofs? Forget it. Either I know them or not. And most likely not.

So, what part of the word "applied" do the authors not understand? What I have seen thus far ha
Adam Peterson
Dec 23, 2019 rated it really liked it
Very comprehensive! The exercises are challenging and super rewarding. I worked really hard getting through this entire text, but linear algebra is a love of mine so it kept me going. It is not a good introductory text at all. Definitely consider it for expanding knowledge of eigenspaces and applications (as per the title).
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