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Linear Algebra Russian

Linear Algebra Russian

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RUSSIAN FEDERAL COMMITTEEFOR HIGHER EDUCATIONBASHKIR STATE UNIVERSITY
SHARIPOV R.A.
COURSE OF LINEAR ALGEBRAAND MULTIDIMENSIONAL GEOMETRY
The Textbook
Ufa 1996
 
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MSC 97U20PACS 01.30.PpUDC 512.64Sharipov R. A.
Course of Linear Algebra and Multidimensional Geom-etry
: the textbook / Publ. of Bashkir State University — Ufa, 1996. — pp. 143.ISBN 5-7477-0099-5.This book is written as a textbook for the course of multidimensional geometryand linear algebra. At Mathematical Department of Bashkir State University thiscourse is taught to the first year students in the Spring semester. It is a part of the basic mathematical education. Therefore, this course is taught at Physical andMathematical Departments in all Universities of Russia.In preparing Russian edition of this book I used the computer typesetting onthe base of the
AM
-TEX package and I used the Cyrillic fonts of Lh-familydistributed by the CyrTUG association of Cyrillic TEX users. English edition of this book is also typeset by means of the
AM
-TEX package.Referees: Computational Mathematics and Cybernetics group of UfaState University for Aircraft and Technology (
UGATU
);Prof. S. I. Pinchuk, Chelyabinsk State University for Technol-ogy (
QGTU
) and Indiana University.
Contacts to author
.Office: Mathematics Department, Bashkir State University,32 Frunze street, 450074 Ufa, RussiaPhone: 7-(3472)-23-67-18Fax: 7-(3472)-23-67-74Home: 5 Rabochaya street, 450003 Ufa, RussiaPhone: 7-(917)-75-55-786E-mails:R Sharipov@ic.bashedu.rur-sharipov@mail.rura sharipov@lycos.comra sharipov@hotmail.comURL:http://www.geocities.com/r-sharipovISBN 5-7477-0099-5c
Sharipov R.A., 1996c
Bashkir State University, 1996English translationc
Sharipov R.A., 2004
 
CONTENTS.
CONTENTS. ............................................................................................... 3.PREFACE. .................................................................................................. 5.CHAPTER I. LINEAR VECTOR SPACES AND LINEAR MAPPINGS. ........ 6.
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1. The sets and mappings. .........................................................................6.
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2. Linear vector spaces. ...........................................................................10.
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3. Linear dependence and linear independence. .........................................14.
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4. Spanning systems and bases. ................................................................18.
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5. Coordinates. Transformation of the coordinates of a vectorunder a change of basis. .......................................................................22.
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6. Intersections and sums of subspaces. .....................................................27.
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7. Cosets of a subspace. The concept of factorspace. .................................31.
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8. Linear mappings. ................................................................................36.
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9. The matrix of a linear mapping. ...........................................................39.
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10. Algebraic operations with mappings.The space of homomorphisms Hom(
V,
). ...........................................45.CHAPTER II. LINEAR OPERATORS. ...................................................... 50.
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1. Linear operators. The algebra of endomorphisms End(
)and the group of automorphisms Aut(
). .............................................50.
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2. Projection operators. ...........................................................................56.
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3. Invariant subspaces. Restriction and factorization of operators. ..............61.
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4. Eigenvalues and eigenvectors. ...............................................................66.
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5. Nilpotent operators. ............................................................................72.
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6. Root subspaces. Two theorems on the sum of root subspaces. ................79.
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7. Jordan basis of a linear operator. Hamilton-Cayley theorem. .................83.CHAPTER III. DUAL SPACE. .................................................................. 87.
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1. Linear functionals. Vectors and covectors. Dual space. ..........................87.
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2. Transformation of the coordinates of a covectorunder a change of basis. .......................................................................92.
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3. Orthogonal complements in a dual spaces. ............................................94.
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4. Conjugate mapping. ............................................................................97.CHAPTER IV. BILINEAR AND QUADRATIC FORMS. ......................... 100.
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1. Symmetric bilinear forms and quadratic forms. Recovery formula. .......100.
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2. Orthogonal complements with respect to a quadratic form. ..................103.

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