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1.1 Who Should Take This Class
1.2 Syllabus
1.4 Books
2.1 Linear (In)dependence
2.2 Basis
2.3 Inner Product and Orthogonality
2.4 Orthogonal Subspaces and the Rank of a Matrix
2.5 The Solutions of a Linear System
2.6.1 Reduction to Echelon Form
2.6.2 Backsubstitution
2.6.3 An Example
3.1 Orthogonal Matrices
3.2 The Singular Value Decomposition
3.3 The Pseudoinverse
3.4 Least-Squares Solution of a Homogeneous Linear Systems
3.5.1 Fitting a Line to a Set of Points
3.5.2 The Best Line Fit
4.1 Local Minimization and Steepest Descent
4.2 Newton’s Method
4.3.2 Removing the Hessian
4.3.3 Extension to General Functions
5.1 Computing Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors Algebraically
5.3.1 Rotations into the x1 Axis
5.3.2 The Schur Decomposition
5.4. EIGENVALUES/VECTORS AND SINGULAR VALUES/VECTORS 65
5.4. EIGENVALUES/VECTORS AND SINGULAR VALUES/VECTORS 67
6.1 Scalar Differential Equations of Order Higher than One
6.2 General Solution of a Linear Differential System
6.3.1 A is Not Defective
6.3.2 A Has n Coincident Eigenvalues
6.3.3 The General Case
6.4 A Concrete Example
6.5. SOLUTION OF THE EXAMPLE 79
6.5. SOLUTION OF THE EXAMPLE 81
7.1.1 State
7.1.2 Uncertainty
7.1.3 Linearity
7.2.1 The Dynamic System Equation
7.2.2 The Measurement Equation
7.3.1 Update
7.3.2 Propagation
7.4.1 Linear Estimation
7.4.2 Best
7.4.3 Unbiased
7.4.4 The BLUE
7.5.1 Update
7.5.2 Propagation
7.5.3 Kalman Filter Equations
7.6 Results of the Mortar Shell Experiment
7.7. LINEAR SYSTEMS AND THE KALMAN FILTER 97
7.7. LINEAR SYSTEMS AND THE KALMAN FILTER 99
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