**Circulants**

by Alun Wyn-jones

2008**Number of pages**: 149

**Description**:

The primary goal of this book is to describe circulants in an algebraic context. Much of the book is concerned with old problems, especially those parts dealing with the circulant determinant. Consequently, the book oscillates between the point of view of circulants as a commutative algebra, and the concrete point of view of circulants as matrices with emphasis on their determinants.

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