# Computational And Algorithmic Linear Algebra And N-Dimensional Geometry

@inproceedings{Murty2014ComputationalAA, title={Computational And Algorithmic Linear Algebra And N-Dimensional Geometry}, author={Katta G. Murty}, year={2014} }

Methods for Formulating Real World Problems Using Systems of Simultaneous Linear Equations Algorithms for Analyzing and Solving These Models Fundamental Concepts in N-Dimensional Geometry, Matrices and Determinants Eigen Values and Eigen Vectors and Their Importance Software Systems for Linear Algebra Problems.

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