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Advanced Topics in Linear Algebra: Weaving Matrix Problems through the Weyr Form Hardcover – Oct 25 2011
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"The book covers both early and quite recent results, has informative remarks and thorough theoretical deductions, provides interesting footnotes and brief biographies of related mathematicians, and contains concrete and elegant proofs. Overall, the book is written in a self-contained, introductory, and inspiring fashion." Mathematical Reviews
About the Author
Kevin C. O'Meara has taught and researched broadly within algebra, based mostly at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. John Clark's research interests are in the theory of rings and modules, starting with his Ph.D. written under the supervision of Christian Jensen of the University of Copenhagen. Ring theory has continued to fascinate and surprise him during these last forty years. Charles I. Vinsonhaler has over 100 publications, most in algebra, a few in actuarial science and mathematics education. He coauthored a small book on problem solving with Tom DeFranco. He has held a number of visiting positions, including the University of Canterbury, NZ, where he was an Erskine Fellow.
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