**Author**: Richard L. Eisenman

**Publisher:** Courier Corporation

**ISBN:**

**Category:** Mathematics

**Page:** 320

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This outstanding text and reference for upper-level undergraduates features extensive problems and solutions in its application of matrix ideas to vector methods for a synthesis of pure and applied mathematics. 1963 edition. Includes 121 figures.

Basic textbook covers theory of matrices and its applications to systems of linear equations and related topics such as determinants, eigenvalues, and differential equations. Includes numerous exercises.

This text presents selected aspects of matrix theory that are most useful in developing computational methods for solving linear equations and finding characteristic roots. Topics include norms, bounds and convergence; localization theorems; more. 1964 edition.

Concise undergraduate text focuses on problem solving, rather than elaborate proofs. The first three chapters present the basics of matrices, including addition, multiplication, and division. In later chapters the author introduces vectors and shows how to use vectors and matrices to solve systems of linear equations. 1961 edition. 20 black-and-white illustrations.

Undergraduate-level introduction to linear algebra and matrix theory. Explores matrices and linear systems, vector spaces, determinants, spectral decomposition, Jordan canonical form, much more. Over 375 problems. Selected answers. 1972 edition.

Examines general Cartesian coordinates, the cross product, Einstein's special theory of relativity, bases in general coordinate systems, maxima and minima of functions of two variables, line integrals, integral theorems, and more. 1963 edition.

This rigorous and advanced mathematical explanation of classic tensor analysis was written by one of the founders of tensor calculus. Its concise exposition of the mathematical basis of the discipline is integrated with well-chosen physical examples of the theory, including those involving elasticity, classical dynamics, relativity, and Dirac's matrix calculus. 1954 edition.

Concise, readable text ranges from definition of vectors and discussion of algebraic operations on vectors to the concept of tensor and algebraic operations on tensors. Worked-out problems and solutions. 1968 edition.

In this comprehensive text on matrix theory and its applications, Graham explores the underlying principles as well as the numerous applications of the various concepts presented. Includes numerous problems with solutions. 1979 edition.

This convenient single-volume compilation of two texts offers both an introduction and an in-depth survey. Geared toward engineering and science students rather than mathematicians, its less rigorous treatment focuses on physics and engineering applications. A practical reference for professionals, it is suitable for advanced undergraduate and graduate students. 1976 edition.