The Theory of Determinants and Their Applications
by Robert Forsyth Scott
Publisher: Cambridge University Press 1904
Number of pages: 308
In the present treatise I have attempted to give an exposition of the Theory of Determinants and their more important applications. The principal novelty of the treatise lies in the systematic use of Grassmann's alternate units, by means of which the study of determinants is, I believe, much simplified.
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