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Matrix Analysis by Steven J Cox

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Matrix Analysis
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Publisher: Rice University
Number of pages: 98

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Under the influence of Bellman and Kalman engineers and scientists have found in matrix theory a language for representing and analyzing multivariable systems. Our goal in these notes is to demonstrate the role of matrices in the modeling of physical systems and the power of matrix theory in the analysis and synthesis of such systems.

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