Linear and Multilinear Algebra; Matrix Theory (Finite and Infinite)
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|Dave Rusin; The Mathematical Atlas|
|A short article designed to provide an introduction to linear and multilinear algebra and matrix theory. As presented to engineers and as the subject of much numerical analysis, this subject is Matrix Theory. To an algebraist or geometer, it is the theory of Vector Spaces. Linear algebra, sometimes disguised as matrix theory, considers sets and functions which preserve linear structure. In practice this includes a very wide portion of mathematics; thus linear algebra includes axiomatic treatments, computational matters, algebraic structures, and even parts of geometry; moreover, it provides tools used for analyzing differential equations, statistical processes, and even physical phenomena. History, applications and related fields and subfields; textbooks, reference works, and tutorials; software and tables; other web sites with this focus.|
|Math Topics:||Linear Algebra, Matrices, Multilinear Algebra|
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