MA51100 - Linear Algebra with Applications

Summer 2017

Days/Time: MWF / 1:30-2:20pm
Credit Hours: 3

Learning Objective:
Techniques associated with matrix theory and vector space arguments.

Description:
Basic vector space theory; linear transformations; topics in matrix theory such as QR and LU factorization, eigenvalue, eigenvalue theory, and quadratic forms.

Topics Covered:
Linear spaces; linear systems; matrices; Gauss elimination; LU and PLU factorization; linear transformations; orthogonality; QR factorization; inner products, least squares and projections; determinants; eigenvalues and eigenvectors; condition number and ill conditioning; spectral theorems; quadratic forms, singular value decomposition and pseudo inverse of a matrix.

Prerequisites:
An undergraduate course in linear algebra and differential equations.

Applied/Theory: 50/50

Web Address:
TBA

Homework:
Weekly assignments - 100 pts. Accepted vie email as PDF file to TA or via regular mail to attn of TA.

Projects:
None.

Exams:
Two midterm exams (100 pts each) and one final exam (200 pts).

Textbooks:
Required--Gilbert Strang, "Linear Algebra and its Applications," 4th ed., Brooks/Cole, 2005, ISBN 0030105676. The course content will be the material presented in the lectures. The text will serve mainly as a source for supplementary reading and as a source of exercises.

Computer Requirements:
ProEd minimum computer requirements.

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Other Requirements:
None.

INSTRUCTOR

T. B. D.
Phone
None
Email
proed@purdue.edu
Office
Campus
Building
Address
West Lafayette, IN 47907

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