CTU FEE Moodle
Linear Algebra
B232 - Summer 23/24
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Linear Algebra - B0B01LAG
Credits | 8 |
Semesters | Winter |
Completion | Assessment + Examination |
Language of teaching | Czech |
Extent of teaching | 4P+2S |
Annotation
The course covers the initial parts of linear algebra. Firstly, the basic notions of a linear space and linear mappings are covered (linear dependence and independence, basis, coordinates, etc). The calculus of matrices (determinants, inverse matrices, matrices of a linear map, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, diagonalisation, etc) is covered next. The applications include solving systems of linear equations, the geometry of a 3D space (including the scalar product and the vector product) and SVD.
Study targets
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Course outlines
1. Linear spaces.
2. Linear span, linear dependence and independence.
3. Basis, dimensions, coordinates w.r.t. a basis.
4. Linear mappings, matrices as linear mappings.
5. The matrix of a linear mapping, transformatio of coordinates.
6. Systems of linear equations, Frobenius' Theorem, geometry of solutions of systems.
7. The determinant of a square matrix.
8. Eigenvalues and diagonalisation, Jordan's form.
9. The abstract scalar product.
10. Orthogonal projections and orthogonalisation.
11. Least squares, SVD and pseudoinverse.
12. Mutual position of affine subspaces and their mutual distance.
13. Vector product and metric calculations in R^n.
14. Spare week.
2. Linear span, linear dependence and independence.
3. Basis, dimensions, coordinates w.r.t. a basis.
4. Linear mappings, matrices as linear mappings.
5. The matrix of a linear mapping, transformatio of coordinates.
6. Systems of linear equations, Frobenius' Theorem, geometry of solutions of systems.
7. The determinant of a square matrix.
8. Eigenvalues and diagonalisation, Jordan's form.
9. The abstract scalar product.
10. Orthogonal projections and orthogonalisation.
11. Least squares, SVD and pseudoinverse.
12. Mutual position of affine subspaces and their mutual distance.
13. Vector product and metric calculations in R^n.
14. Spare week.
Exercises outlines
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Literature
[1] Halmos, P.: Finite-dimensional vector spaces,2nd edition, Springer 2000.
[2] Strang, G.: Introduction to linear algebra, 5th edition, Wellesley-Cambridge 2016.
[2] Strang, G.: Introduction to linear algebra, 5th edition, Wellesley-Cambridge 2016.
Requirements
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