Introductory Linear Algebra with Applications
by Bernard Kolman, David Ross Hill
For undergraduate-level courses in Linear Algebra.
This book provides an applied introduction to the basic ideas, computational techniques, and applications of linear algebra. The most applied of our basic books in this market, this text has a superb range of problem sets. Also, this is the most technology-friendly text on the market.
Elementary Linear Algebra with Applications (Classic Version)
by Bernard Kolman, David Hill
For introductory sophomore-level courses in Linear Algebra or Matrix Theory.
This title is part of the Pearson Modern Classics series. Pearson Modern Classics are acclaimed titles at a value price. Please visit www.pearsonhighered.com/math-classics-series for a complete list of titles.
This text presents the basic ideas of linear algebra in a manner that offers students a fine balance between abstraction/theory and computational skills. The emphasis is on not just teaching how to read a proof but also on how to write a proof.
Introdctry Linear Algebra
by Dennis Kletzing
Elementary Linear Programming with Applications
by Bernard Kolman, Robert E. Beck
The text is comprised of six chapters. The Prologue gives a brief survey of operations research and discusses the different steps in solving an operations research problem. Chapter 0 gives a quick review of the necessary linear algebra. Chapter 1 deals with the basic necessary geometric ideas in Rn. Chapter 2 introduces linear programming with examples of the problems to be considered, and presents the simplex method as an algorithm for solving linear programming problems. Chapter 3 covers further topics in linear programming, including duality theory and sensitivity analysis. Chapter 4 presents an introduction to integer programming. Chapter 5 covers a few of the more important topics in network flows.
Students of business, engineering, computer science, and mathematics will find the book very useful.