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5 edition of Approximate linear algebraic equations found in the catalog. # Approximate linear algebraic equations

## by Israel B. Kuperman

Written in English

Subjects:
• Equations.,
• Approximation theory.

• Edition Notes

Includes bibliographies and index.

Classifications The Physical Object Statement [by] I. B. Kuperman. Series The New university mathematics series LC Classifications QA214 .K86 Pagination xii, 225 p. Number of Pages 225 Open Library OL5706323M ISBN 10 0442045468 LC Control Number 70160200

Approximate solution see Least-squares. Augmented matrix see Matrix. Basis. algebraic multiplicity of see Algebraic multiplicity. inconsistent see System of linear equations, inconsistent. solving Important Note. Volume. and length Example. of a parallelepiped Theorem. of a region Theorem. In the field of numerical analysis, numerical linear algebra is an area to study methods to solve problems in linear algebra by numerical following problems will be considered in this area: Numerically solving a system of linear equations.; Numerically solving an eigenvalue problem for a given matrix.; Computing approximate values of a matrix-valued function.

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