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Linear Algebra: Theorems and Applications

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Linear Algebra: Theorems and Applications
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535106692
Number of pages: 250

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This book contains selected topics in linear algebra, which represent the recent contributions in the field. It includes a wide range of theorems and applications in different branches of linear algebra, such as linear systems, matrices, operators, inequalities, etc.

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