The Theory of Matrices
by C.C. MacDuffee
Publisher: Chelsea 1956
Number of pages: 110
This volume offers a concise overview of matrix algebra's many applications, discussing topics of extensive research and supplying proofs. Its contents include reviews of matrices, arrays, and determinants; the characteristic equation; associated integral matrices; equivalence, congruence, and similarity; composition of matrices; matric equations; functions of matrices; and matrices of infinite order.
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