MAA704, Applied matrix analysis
The course provides broad knowledge of applications of matrices and of the essential tools of matrix analysis in various areas of engineering and natural sciences. The basic concepts and methods of importance for further study is explained with practical examples from finance, economics, statistics, discrete mathematics and related models from energy, environment and resource optimization, systems analysis, automatic control, computer science and information technology. In addition to training in logical and geometric thinking and the modeling and computing with matrices of particular importance for applications, as well as the capacity for independent analysis and solution of mathematical problems and models is trained.
The course compendium is a work in progress and will be updated continuously during the course fall 2014.
Lecture notes (fall 14)
Exercise assignments (spring 15)
Last submission date for both of these is Sunday the 17th of May 23.59.
Previous seminar assignments
Lecture notes (fall13)
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