Best Books for Vector Spaces

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Best Books for Vector Spaces:

The following article is written exclusively on the Best Books for Vector Spaces:

(a)Vector Spaces & Matrices in Physics by M C Jain:

Vector Spaces & Matrices in Physics by MC Jain

 

About the Book: The book is written in the English language and is presently available in the Paperback Version. The book comprises of about 232 pages and was printed and published in the year 2007 by the book publishing house “Narosa Book Publications”

The books has been written specifically keeping in mind the syllabus of all those undergraduate and post graduate students who have opted to pursue their education in the subject of Mathematics. The book contains the following chapters namely introduction to vector spaces; linear transformations; basic matrix algebra; special matrices; rank of matrices; etc.

(b)Introduction to Vector Spaces in Physics by Gamalnath:

Introduction to Vector Spaces in Physics by Gamalnath

About the Book: The book has been written in the English language and is presently available in the Paperback version. The book comprises of about 244 pages and the book is printed and published in the year March 2013, by the book publishing house “Cambridge University Press India Pvt Ltd”

The book is an exclusive guide and text on the subject of vector space, the author has written the book in a very lucid language, it also comprises of practical examples and illustrations for the better understanding of the students.

(c)Matrix Methods and Vector Spaces in Physics:

Matrix Methods and Vector Spaces in Physics by Sharma Vinod K

About the Book: This book has been written in the English language and is presently available in the Paperback version. It comprises of about 480 pages and has been printed and published in the year 2009 by the book publishing house “PHI Publications”

The book has been writing in easy language with lots of practical examples and illustrations, the book contains a wide variety of topics such as that of solid state physics, relativity and solid state mechanics. It also gives a step by step explanation together with explanatory notes on fundamental principles and concepts.

(d)Topological Vector Spaces (graduate texts in mathematics) by M.P Wolff:

Topological Vector Spaces (graduate texts in mathematics) by M.P Wolff

About the Book: This book is presently in its 2nd Edition, it has been written in the English language and is available in the Hard Cover Edition. The book comprises of about 349 pages and has been printed and published in the year 1999 by the book publishing house “Springer Book Publications”

The book is an excellent text since it has given a very detailed attention to the introduction and explanation to the fundamental concepts of Vector Spaces. One important aspect and feature of the book is its self contained explanatory method for important concepts.

(e)Matrices and Vector Spaces by Frederick Brickell:

Matrices and Vector Spaces by Frederick Brickell

About the book:  the book is written in the English language and is available in the Hard Cover Edition, it comprises of about 96 pages and has been printed and published in the year 1972 by the book publishing house “Allen & Unwin Book Publications”

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