Advanced Matrix Theory and Linear Algebra for Engineers by Prof. Vittal Rao ,Centre For Electronics Design and Technology, IISC Bangalore. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in

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October 4

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October 4

13 comments

By heheals

October 4, 2020

Advanced Matrix Theory and Linear Algebra for Engineers by Prof. Vittal Rao ,Centre For Electronics Design and Technology, IISC Bangalore. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in

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can we get these ppts please

Notes are available here:

http://clweb.csa.iisc.ac.in/achintya/la2013/

Prof vittal Rao is the best teacher who made math amazing and interesting for me. Real analysis, measure theory, functional analysis now linear algebra.

I AM 4 YEARS AND MY FATHER AND MOTHER TEACH ME ALREADY… I AM SMART LOL SMARTEST GENIUS EVER HAHAHA

For complete handwritten notes for this remarkable series by Prof Rao, send me an email on natu.tejas1119@gmail.com ..

I have written and scanned complete notes for this outstanding course with some of my own additions. In case anyone would like to have my notes, can send me an email on natu.tejas1119@gmail.com. I can immediately share the scanned copy on google drive.

Was lucky to attend classes of Prof Vittal Rao. Undoubtedly he is the best teacher, I have seen in my life! Tons of salute to you to make the subject so interesting!

Does anyone know what is the text book used in this course?

sir great lecture , mind blowing , i wish you would be my professor

at 9:39 sir says about having one sol. and infinite sol. isnt it posible to have more than one sol. but not infinite

i like when you say square;

thank you very much to any one who help make,edit,share the video and of course the professor

The best introduction to Linear Algebra you could ever dream of. This video course will go down as a classic. It would be great if Prof. Rao would treat us with a second introductory course on Abstract Algebra.

Greetings from UK

I really wish you'd included the Jordan normal form material. Judging by the clarity of the few lectures I've studied so far it's a real loss on our part not to have seen your discussion of this subject, however the inclusion of such a fantastic discussion of tensor products & their applications more than makes up for it.

thank you!!!!