**Linear Algebra Review and Reference**

by Zico Kolter

**Publisher**: Stanford University 2015**Number of pages**: 26

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From the tabble of contents: Basic Concepts and Notation; Matrix Multiplication; Operations and Properties; Matrix Calculus (Gradients and Hessians of Quadratic and Linear Functions, Least Squares, Eigenvalues as Optimization, etc.).

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