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Linear
Algebra Books

These are some linear
algebra books selected by relevance.
Regarding the H. Anton's
book, the chapters have been reorganized to
bring up some of the more abstract topics and make the material more
accessible.
More theoretical exercises at all levels of difficulty are integrated
throughout the pages, including true/false questions that address
conceptual ideas. 
Anton's approach is to introduce the notation and basic tools, i.e.
vector and
matrix arithmetic, within the geometric settings
of
the Euclidean plane and space. Once the basic concepts have
been clearly exposed,
Anton moves into abstract spaces, linear
transformations, and eigenvectors. One chapter is spent on complex
matrices, and another develops leastsquares applications.



Gilbert Strang's book includes the following
topics:
1. Introduction to Vectors; 2. Solving Linear
Equations; 3. Vector Spaces and Subspaces; 4.
Orthogonality; 5. Determinants; 6. Eigenvalues and
Eigenvectors; 7. Linear Transformations; 8.
Applications; 9. Numerical Linear Algebra; 10.
Complex Vectors and Matrices; Solutions to Selected Exercises; Final
Exam. Matrix Factorizations. Questions for Review. A
Dictionary  Index  Teaching Codes  In
a Nutshell.




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