A Concise Text on Advanced Linear Algebra

@inproceedings{Yang2014ACT,
  title={A Concise Text on Advanced Linear Algebra},
  author={Yisong Yang},
  year={2014}
}
Preface Notation and convention 1. Vector spaces 2. Linear mappings 3. Determinants 4. Scalar products 5. Real quadratic forms and self-adjoint mappings 6. Complex quadratic forms and self-adjoint mappings 7. Jordan decomposition 8. Selected topics 9. Excursion: quantum mechanics in a nutshell Solutions to selected problems Bibliographic notes References Index. 

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