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This book rigorously deals with the abstract theory and, at the same time, devotes considerable space to the numerical and computational aspects of linear algebra. It features a large number of thumbnail portraits of researchers who have contributed to the development of linear algebra as we know it today and also includes over 1,000 exercises, many of which are very challenging. The book can be used as a self-study guide; a textbook for a course in advanced linear algebra, either at the upper-class undergraduate level or at the first-year graduate level; or as a reference book.

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The title of this book is fully descriptive: Golan (Univ. of Haifa, Israel) feels that although algebra continues to be a component of undergraduate education, the standard undergraduate course no longer adequately prepares students in mathematics, engineering, sciences, and social sciences for the appropriate understanding and use of linear algebra required by those disciplines. This book is intended to fill that gap. Though it could be used as a resource in an advanced linear algebra course, it is more likely to be used for self-study or reference. For that intended use, the book is self-contained and starts from first principles; and for the intended audience, its style is mature and mathematically correct as opposed to being expository. Golan takes an active learning approach by including almost 1,000 exercises spread among the chapters. He also attempts to tie theoretical linear algebra to computational uses. Although access to computer algebra software is not required, it is recommended. No bibliography, but extensive historical notes throughout. ^BSumming Up: Recommended. Upper-division undergraduate and graduate students; professionals. D. Z. Spicer University System of Maryland