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Linear Algebra for Informatics

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Linear Algebra for Informatics
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Publisher: The University of Edinburgh
Number of pages: 69

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These are the lecture notes and tutorial problems for the Linear Algebra module in Mathematics for Informatics 3. The module is divided into three parts. During the first part we will study real vector spaces and their linear maps. The second part will be devoted to univariate polynomials. The third and final part will serve as an introduction to algebraic coding theory, concentrating for definiteness on binary linear codes.

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