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ATLAST Computer Exercises for Linear Algebra, 1/e

Steven Leon
Gene Herman
Richard Faukenberry

Published August, 1996 by Prentice Hall Engineering/Science/Mathematics

Copyright 1997, pp.
Paper
ISBN 0-13-270273-8


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Summary

Computers have revolutionized the way mathematics is taught today. The primary goal of the ATLAST Project is to encourage and facilitate the use software in teaching linear algebra.

Features


Uses the MATLAB® Software Package for teaching linear algebra.
A collection of MATLAB routines (M-files) has been developed for use with this book.
Chapters are divided into two sections—
Shorter exercises.
Longer projects.
Exercises provide students with a means of visualizing major course concepts—
Linear systems, linear transformations, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, and orthogonality.


Table of Contents
(NOTE: Each chapter is divided into exercises and projects sections.)

    1. Linear Systems.
    2. Matrix Algebra.
    3. Determinants.
    4. Vector Space Concepts.
    5. Linear Transformations.
    6. Orthogonality.
    7. Eigenvalues.
    8. Singular Visual Decomposition.
    Appendix A: MATLAB.
    Appendix B: Special Matrices.
    Appendix C: ATLAST Commands.
    References.


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