A Survey of Matrix Theory and Matrix Inequalities, Volume 14
Written for advanced undergraduate students, this highly regarded book presents an enormous amount of information in a concise and accessible format. Beginning with the assumption that the reader has never seen a matrix before, the authors go on to provide a survey of a substantial part of the field, including many areas of modern research interest.
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Authors needs to learn how to better arrange a books contents page.
(But at their age it is very doubtful that they ever will)
I don't understand how could this pass any semi-competent publisher.
Survey of Matrix Theory
Numbers Associated with Matrices
Linear Equations and Canonical Forms
Special Classes of Matrices Commutativity
Convexity and Matrices
Convex Functions and Matrix Inequalities
Localization of Characteristic Roots
Regions Containing Characteristic Roots of a General Matrix
Characteristic Roots of Special Types of Matrices
The Spread of a Matrix
The Field of Values of a Matrix