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Matrices and MATLAB: A Tutorial, 1/e

Marvin Marcus, University of California, Santa Barbara

Published April, 1998 by Prentice Hall Engineering/Science/Mathematics

Copyright 1993, 736 pp.
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ISBN 0-13-562901-2

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Summary

This thorough exploration of all aspects of modern matrix theory integrates the use of MatLab™ from the beginning.

Features


features in-depth coverage of complex numbers and functions.
covers similarity theory and various canonical forms; Kronecker products numbers, numerical range, singular values, matrix sign function, compound matrices.
explains the meaning and use of the many MatLab commands in the natural context of learning the relevant matrix ideas.
offers a wide selection of current mathematical applications.
contains hundreds of mathematical and MatLab exercises — most with solutions.


Table of Contents

    1. Matrices.
    2. Complex Numbers.
    3. Partitioned Matrices.
    4. Elementary Matrices and Rank.
    5. Permutations.
    6. Determinants.
    7. Eigenvalues.
    8. Triangularization.
    9. Congruence.
    10. Matrix Polynomials and Similarity.
    References.
    Symbol Index.
    Index.


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