We'll keep a list of web sites related to Linear Algebra on this page.
MT-A315 Linear Algebra
Web Pages on the Internet
First of all, here are the sites class members found as part of Homework 1.
- Java Script Linear Algebra This site, using Java Script, can calculate basic Linear Algebra Functions (Corey Arbini).
- Matrix Market This site, using Java Script, can calculate basic Linear Algebra Functions (Emily Frank).
- Stat-Math Center at Indiana University There
are lots of interesting things in here with Matlab and Maple (Amy Brenner).
- EkvSol (Sweden) This is a site that I found that lets you enter the size of the
matrix and then it lets you : 1.Solve a system of equations,
2.Calculate the inverse matrix, 3.Calculate the determinant (Christy Roberts)
- Extra credit project
I found a site that has some cool stuff about Clemson University and also
further enhances knowledge of linear algebra (Tim Keys).
- The Center for Research on Parallel Computation (CRPC) The web page I found is rather long and complicated. so, as
you might have guessed, I did not understand much of it.
However, some of those who are a bit more educated in the
world of linear algebra (e.g. Dr. Blyth) might find it
interesting (Lee Brendel).
(Editor's comment: while this page is well above the level of the course, it indicates that linear algebra is an important tool in some areas of computer science.)
- Linear Algebra with Maple This is a Maple/linear algebra link (Paul Were).
- Linear Algebra at Boise State University Here's a link (Jo Mena).
- Linear Algebra Glossary My site is an explanation of terms using examples (Kim Kjar).
- Linear Algebra Webnotes Notes for a Linear Algebra course at Vanderbilt University (Jim Wyrsch).
- SIAM Linear Algebra Links This is the
SIAM (Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics) page of linear algebra links (Nhan Dang).
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