Introductory Linear Algebra with Applications by B. Kolman

Book Title Introductory Linear Algebra with Applications
Citation Kolman, Ross Hill (1997)
Author Bernard Kolman
Edition 6th Edition
ISBN-13 978-0131437401
Publisher Prentice Hall
URL Amazon Google
Course MTH303 MTH501
Instructor Dr. Junaid Zaidi

This book presents an introduction to linear algebra and to some of its significant applications. It covers the essentials of linear algebra (including Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors) and shows how the computer is used for applications. Emphasizing the computational and geometrical aspects of the subject, this popular book covers the following topics comprehensively but not exhaustively: linear equations and matrices and their applications; determinants; vectors and linear transformations; real vector spaces; eigenvalues, eigenvectors, and diagonalization; linear programming; and MATLAB for linear algebra. Its useful and comprehensive appendices make this an excellent desk reference for anyone involved in mathematics and computer applications.

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