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Linear Systems Theory and Introductory Algebraic Geometry

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Linear Systems Theory and Introductory Algebraic Geometry
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Publisher: Math Sci Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0915692074
ISBN-13: 9780915692071
Number of pages: 282

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Systems theory offers a unified mathematical framework to solve problems in a wide variety of fields. This mathematics is not of the traditional sort involved in engineering education, but involves virtually every field of modern mathematics.

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