For the standard first course that emphasizes understanding some theory as well as computations for majors in economics, engineering, science, or mathematics.
This text encourages students to develop an intuitive understanding of the foundations of Linear Algebra. An emphasis on the concepts of Linear Algebra and Matrix Theory conveys the structure and nature of Linear Spaces and of Linear Transformations. Almost every chapter has three sections: a lecture followed by problems, theoretical and mathematical enrichment, and applications to and from Linear Algebra. Overall, a transformations based text.
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Frank Uhlig. Born April 2, 1945, Mägdesprung/Harz; grew up in Mülheim/Ruhr, Germany; married, two sons. Mathematics student at University of Cologne, California Institute of Technology. Ph.D., CalTech, 1972; Assistant, University of Würzburg, RWTH Aachen, Germany, 1972-1982. Two Habilitations (Mathematics), University of Würzburg 1977, RWTH Aachen 1978. Visiting Professor, Oregon State University 1979/1980; Professor of Mathematics, Auburn University 1982. Two Fulbright Grants; (Co-)organizer of eight research conferences. Research Areas: linear algebra, matrix theory, numerical analysis, numerical algebra, geometry, Krein spaces, graph theory, mechanics, inverse problems. 40+ papers, 2+ books.
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