This volume provides a down-to-earth, easily understandable guide to techniques of matrix theory, which are widely used throughout engineering and the physical, life, and social sciences. Fully up-to-date, the book covers a wide range of topics, from basic matrix algebra to such advanced concepts as generalized inverses and Hadamard matrices, and applications to error-correcting codes, control theory, and linear programming. Results are illustrated with many examples drawn from diverse areas of application. Numerous exercises are included to clarify the material presented in the text, which is suitable for undergraduates and graduates alike. Researchers will also benefit from the accessible accounts of advanced matrix techniques.
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Stephen Barnett is at University of Bradford.Review:
"The exposition and organization are excellent. The emphasis on applications is pervasive and well-done. . .the exercises are excellent, and include many special topics which an instructor may utilize to tailor a particular course. . .Barnett's book is invaluable as a resource to quickly become familiar with. . ." --Robert Grone, San Diego State University
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