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The Theory of Matrices: With Applications

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by Peter Lancaster & Miron Tismenetsky
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The Theory of Matrices: With Applications by Peter Lancaster & Miron Tismenetsky

In this book the authors try to bridge the gap between the treatments of matrix theory and linear algebra. It is aimed at graduate and advanced undergraduate students seeking a foundation in mathematics, computer science, or engineering. It will also be useful as a reference book for those working on matrices and linear algebra for use in their scientific work.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 570
Size: 47.3 MB
Publisher: Academic Press
Date published:   1985
ISBN: 9780080519081 (DRM-PDF)

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