Elements of Linear Algebra
Linear Algebra A Geometric Approach
By P.M. Cohn
July 01, 1994
This volume presents a thorough discussion of systems of linear equations and their solutions. Vectors and matrices are introduced as required and an account of determinants is given. Great emphasis has been placed on keeping the presentation as simple as possible, with many illustrative examples...
By E. Sernesi
May 15, 1993
This is an undergraduate textbook suitable for linear algebra courses. This is the only textbook that develops the linear algebra hand-in-hand with the geometry of linear (or affine) spaces in such a way that the understanding of each reinforces the other. The text is divided into two parts: Part ...
By Chris Godsil
April 01, 1993
This book presents an introduction to some of the interactions between algebra and combinatorics. It focuses on the characteristic and matchings polynomials of a graph and introduces the theory of polynomial spaces. The book is intended for beginning graduate students in mathematics....
By D. Arrowsmith, C.M. Place
August 01, 1992
This text discusses the qualitative properties of dynamical systems including both differential equations and maps. The approach taken relies heavily on examples (supported by extensive exercises, hints to solutions and diagrams) to develop the material, including a treatment of chaotic ...
By W. Light
July 01, 1990
Abstract analysis, and particularly the language of normed linear spaces, now lies at the heart of a major portion of modern mathematics. Unfortunately, it is also a subject which students seem to find quite challenging and difficult. This book presumes that the student has had a first course in ...