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Table Of Contents

Sets
Matrices
Lists of lists
1-1 and onto
Some examples
Maps and their graphs
Invertibility
The inversion of maps
Vector spaces, especially spaces of functions
Linear maps
Linear maps from IFn
The linear equation A? = y, and ranA and nullA
Inverses
Elimination and Backsubstitution
The really reduced row echelon form and other reduced forms
A complete description for nullA obtained from a b-form
A ‘basis’ for ranA
The rrref(A) and the solving of A? = y
Bases
Dimension
Some uses of the dimension concept
Elimination in vector spaces
Data maps
Change of basis
The conjugate transpose
Orthogonal projectors and closest points
Least-squares
How to judge the error by the residual
Vector norms and their associated map norms
The need for factoring linear maps
The trace of a linear map
Elimination as factorization
The Pseudo-inverse
2-norm and 2-condition of a matrix
The polar decomposition
Equivalence and similarity
Complementary mathematical concepts
The dual of a vector space
The dual of an inner product space
The dual of a linear map
Examples
Are all square matrices diagonable?
Polynomials in a linear map
It is enough to understand the eigenstructure of matrices
Every complex (square) matrix is similar to an upper triangular matrix
Convergence of sequences in a normed vector space
Three interesting properties of the power sequence of a linear map
Three interesting properties of the power sequence of a linear map: The sequel
The Schur form
The primary decomposition
Gershgorin’s circles
Determinants
Annihilating polynomials
The multiplicities of an eigenvalue
Perron-Frobenius
3-space
Markov Chains
An example from CAGD
Linear Programming
Approximation by broken lines
Minimization
Reduction of a quadratic form to a sum of squares
Rayleigh quotient
Definition and basic properties
Sylvester
Cauchy-Binet
A nonempty finite subset of IR contains a maximal element
A nonempty bounded subset of IR has a least upper bound
Complex numbers
Convergence of a scalar sequence
Horner, or: How to divide a polynomial by a linear factor
Euclid’s Algorithm
Rough index for these notes
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Applied Linear Algebra

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