Linear Algebra with Applications (W. Keith Nicholson)

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Linear Algebra with Applications (W. Keith Nicholson)

The text aims to strike a balance between computing abilities, linear algebra theory, and applications. It is intended for scientific and engineering students who need to learn not just how to utilize these methods but also gain insight into why they function.

It provides a relatively advanced introduction to the ideas and techniques of linear algebra.

The general concept of linear algebra is introduced much earlier than in the competition while maintaining a strict and succinct approach to the subject. It continues to introduce concepts gradually and includes numerous illustrations and examples to aid students in visualizing the concepts.

Ebook Details

About the Authors
The University of Alberta awarded Dr. W. Keith Nicholson his undergraduate degree in Applied Mathematics, and the University of California at Santa Barbara awarded him his doctorate in Pure Mathematics in 1970. He afterward relocated to the University of Calgary, where he has worked as a professor in the Mathematics and Statistics Department since 1979. There, he has been conducting research in a subfield of algebra known as "Ring Theory."
Published Date / Year
6th ed (February 16, 2009); eBook (Open Edition, Lyryx, 2019)
544 pages
eBook Format
PDF (698 pages)

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