Linear Algebra, Infinite Dimensions, and Maple
by James V. Herod
Publisher: Georgia Tech 1997
These notes are about linear operators on Hilbert Spaces, written at a beginning graduate level. The text is an attempt to provide a way to understand the ideas without the students already having the mathematical maturity that a good undergraduate analysis course could provide.
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