| Roger A. Horn - Mathematics - 1994 - 607 pages
This book treats several topics in matrix theory not included in its predecessor volume, Matrix Analysis. | |
| Richard Bellman - Mathematics - 1997 - 403 pages
Lucid and concise, this volume covers all the key aspects of matrix analysis and presents a variety of fundamental methods. | |
| Gilbert W. Stewart, Ji-guang Sun - Computers - 1990 - 365 pages
This book is a comprehensive survey of matrix perturbation theory, a topic of interest to numerical analysts, statisticians, physical scientists, and engineers. In particular ... | |
| Alan J. Laub - Matrix analytic methods - 2012 - 156 pages
Using an approach that author Alan Laub calls "matrix analysis for grown-ups," this new textbook introduces fundamental concepts of numerical linear algebra and their ... | |
| Carl D. Meyer - Mathematics - 2000 - 718 pages
This book avoids the traditional definition-theorem-proof format; instead a fresh approach introduces a variety of problems and examples all in a clear and informal style. The ... | |
| I. Gohberg, P. Lancaster, L. Rodman - Mathematics - 2009 - 184 pages
This book is the definitive treatment of the theory of polynomials in a complex variable with matrix coefficients. Basic matrix theory can be viewed as the study of the special ... | |
| Jin Ho Kwak, Sungpyo Hong - Business & Economics - 2004 - 390 pages
From a review of the first edition: "A logical development of the subject . . . all the important theorems and results are discussed in terms of simple worked examples. The ... | |
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