Linear Algebra: Foundations to Frontiers

Small book cover: Linear Algebra: Foundations to Frontiers

Linear Algebra: Foundations to Frontiers

Publisher: ulaff.net
Number of pages: 905

This document is a resource that integrates a text, a large number of videos (more than 270 by last count), and hands-on activities. It connects hand calculations, mathematical abstractions, and computer programming. It encourages you to develop the mathematical theory of linear algebra by posing questions rather than outright stating theorems and their proofs. It introduces you to the frontier of linear algebra software development.

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