Matrix Analysis (MAGIC013) |
GeneralDescription
This is offered as a core course for Applied.
Matrix theory is an active research field, with at least international four journals devoted to the subject. It is also an important component in many areas of applied mathematics - numerical analysis, optimisation, statistics, applied probability, image processing, ... The solution to many problems in Science, Engineering and Mathematics lies in a "matrix fact". Dennis Bernstein SemesterAutumn 2009 (Monday, October 5 to Friday, December 11) Timetable
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