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1. Multilinear Algebra - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
In mathematics, multilinear algebra extends the methods of linear algebra. Just as linear algebra is built on the concept of a vector and develops the
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Extractions: Jump to: navigation search In mathematics multilinear algebra extends the methods of linear algebra . Just as linear algebra is built on the concept of a vector and develops the theory of vector spaces , multilinear algebra builds on the concept of a tensor and develops the theory of 'tensor spaces'. In applications, numerous types of tensors arise. The theory tries to be comprehensive, with a corresponding range of spaces and an account of their relationships. The subject itself has various roots going back to the mathematics of the nineteenth century, in what was then called tensor analysis , or the " tensor calculus of tensor fields ". It developed out of the use of tensors in differential geometry general relativity , and many branches of applied mathematics . Around the middle of the 20th century the study of tensors was reformulated more abstractly. The Bourbaki group's treatise Multilinear Algebra was especially influential â in fact the term multilinear algebra was probably coined there.

2. Mathematical Atlas: A Gateway To Mathematics
Application of exterior algebras to generalize the factorization of adj(X) when X is singular; Current research trends in multilinear algebra
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3. The Math Forum - Math Library - Multilinear Algebra
The Math Forum s Internet Math Library is a comprehensive catalog of Web sites and Web pages relating to the study of mathematics. This page contains sites
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Extractions: A short article designed to provide an introduction to linear and multilinear algebra and matrix theory. As presented to engineers and as the subject of much numerical analysis, this subject is Matrix Theory. To an algebraist or geometer, it is the theory of Vector Spaces. Linear algebra, sometimes disguised as matrix theory, considers sets and functions which preserve linear structure. In practice this includes a very wide portion of mathematics; thus linear algebra includes axiomatic treatments, computational matters, algebraic structures, and even parts of geometry; moreover, it provides tools used for analyzing differential equations, statistical processes, and even physical phenomena. History, applications and related fields and subfields; textbooks, reference works, and tutorials; software and tables; other web sites with this focus. more>>

4. ICIAM '07 Minisymposium. Numerical Multilinear Algebra â A New Beginning
This minisymposium focuses on the development of numerical algorithms for multilinear algebra  a topic that is expected to have farreaching applications
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Extractions: Minisymposium Number: IC/MP/015/E/307 Numerical Multilinear Algebra is not as yet in common usage. We broadly define this as the study and use of tensors/multilinear algebra, symmetric tensors/symmetric algebra, alternating tensors/exterior algebra, spinors/Clifford algebra in computational mathematics. A fundamental object of interest will be tensors. An order- k tensor may be either regarded as (1) a k -dimensional array of real/complex numbers on which algebraic operations generalizing analogous operations on matrices are defined, or (2) a linear combination of outer products of vectors. A matrix is then synonymous with a tensor of order 2. Special types of tensors such as symmetric and alternating tensors (arising from, say, cumulants and differential forms), Kronecker products of operators, are also of central importance. More specifically, this minisymposium will focus on numerical computations involving these multilinear objects, their surprising connections to questions regarding computational complexity and numerical stability, as well as the growing importance and increasing ubiquity of multilinearity in scientific and engineering applications. This minisymposium is to be held as a part of the 6th International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM 2007), which takes place quadrennially and is the biggest event in applied mathematics. ICIAM 2007 will be held at the

5. IngentaConnect Publication: Linear And Multilinear Algebra
Linear and multilinear algebra. ISSN 03081087. Taylor and Francis Ltd logo. Publisher Taylor and Francis Ltd. 25 issues are available electronically
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6. Taylor & Francis Journals: Welcome
This journal publishes original research papers that advance the study of linear and multilinear algebra, or that apply the techniques of linear and
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7. Linear And Multilinear Algebra
New Issue Alert New issues of Linear and multilinear algebra will trigger an alert iFirst Alert - New iFirst articles in Linear and multilinear algebra
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8. Linear And Multilinear Algebra
Linear and multilinear algebra Editorin-Chief William Watkins Published By Taylor Francis Print ISSN 0308-1087 Online ISSN 1563-5139
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Extractions: Description This journal publishes research papers, research problems, expository or survey articles at the research level, and reviews of selected research-level books or software in linear and multilinear algebra and cognate areas. Appropriate areas include spaces over fields or rings, tensor algebras or subalgebras, nonnegative matrices, inequalities in linear algebra, combinatorial linear algebra, matrix numerical analysis, plus other areas including representation theory, Lie theory, invariant theory, and functional analysis. Linear and Multilinear Algebra is addressed to mathematicians in both industrial and academic worlds. Editorial Board Editor-in-Chief: William Watkins

9. Taylor & Francis Journals: Welcome
The instructions below are specifically directed at authors that wish to submit a manuscript to Linear and multilinear algebra. For general information
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10. Higher-Order Web Link Analysis Using Multilinear Algebra
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11. CiteULike: Linear And Multilinear Algebra
Linear and multilinear algebra, Vol. 55, No. 5. (September 2007), pp. 405415. by Goldberg, Moshe The semigroup generated by a unitary orbit of a singular
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Extractions: Sponsored link Radii and subnorms on finite-dimensional power-associative algebras Linear and Multilinear Algebra , Vol. 55, No. 5. (September 2007), pp. 405-415. by Goldberg Moshe The semigroup generated by a unitary orbit of a singular matrix Linear and Multilinear Algebra , Vol. 55, No. 5. (September 2007), pp. 417-428. by Radjavi Sourour Two generator subalgebras of Lie algebras Linear and Multilinear Algebra , Vol. 55, No. 5. (September 2007), pp. 429-438. by Bowman Kevin Towers David ... Uniform and minimal 0,1 - cp matrices Linear and Multilinear Algebra , Vol. 55, No. 5. (September 2007), pp. 439-456. by Berman Abraham Xu Changqing ... Maximizing Laplacian spectral radius over trees with fixed diameter Linear and Multilinear Algebra , Vol. 55, No. 5. (September 2007), pp. 457-461. by Lal Patra Zeros of complex homogeneous polynomials Linear and Multilinear Algebra , Vol. 55, No. 5. (September 2007), pp. 463-469. by Lourenco , Mary Lillian Tocha , Neusa Nogas On the pivot structure for the weighing matrix W(12,11)

12. Multilinear Algebra And Chess Endgames - Stiller (ResearchIndex)
This article has three chief aims To show the wide utility of multilinear algebraic formalism for high performance computing. To describe an application of
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13. Tensor And Multilinear Algebra
Greub, W., Linear Algebra, SpringerVerlag, New-York, 4th edition, 1975. 7. Greub, W., multilinear algebra, Springer-Verlag, New York, 2nd Edition, 1978
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14. Http://www.sci.csuhayward.edu/~rmerris
J. A. Dias da Silva, multilinear algebra recent applications, George W. Soules, Nonconvexity of the permanent, Linear multilinear algebra 42 (1997),
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Extractions: ISBN 90-5699-078-0. Math. Reviews 98i:15002. Available from and Amazon.com Ideally suited for a fourth year undergraduate "capstone" course, Multilinear Algebra is also an attractive choice for a beginning graduate course and/or as a research reference. The first four chapters consist of self-contained introductions to those prerequisite notions beyond the standard third year undergraduate courses in abstract and linear algebra. Apart from applications to graph theory and the "excursion" into Invariant Theory, the use of Schur functions as a unifying vehicle in the final chapter may be of particular interest to combinatorialists. Partitions (with Applications to Graphs) Inner Product Spaces (with Applications to Graphs) Permutation Groups (with Applications to Symmetry) Group Representation Theory Tensor Spaces Symmetry Classes of Tensors (with Applications to the Theory of Enumeration) Generalized Matrix Functions (with an Excursion into Invariant Theory) The Rational Representations of GL(n,C) (with Applications to Graphs) Please E-mail errata suggestions to the author: merris@csuhayward.edu

15. Multilinear Algebra: Definition And Much More From Answers.com
multilinear algebra ( m lt lin r alj br ) ( mathematics ) The study of functions of several variables which are linear relative to each.

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16. ScienceDirect - Advances In Mathematics : Multilinear Algebra Over Supersymmetri
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17. Multilinear Algebra (algebra) - Mathematics Dictionary And Research Guide
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Extractions: Search: Add to Favorites In mathematics, multilinear algebra extends the methods of linear algebra. Just as linear algebra is built on the concept of a vector and develops the theory of vector spaces, multilinear algebra builds on the concept of a tensor and develops the theory of 'tensor spaces'. Multilinear algebra - Wikipedia

18. [math/9912231] Q-multilinear Algebra
Qmultilinear algebra. Authors A. Isaev, O.Ogievetsky, P.Pyatov Comments LaTeX, 12 pages. Lecture given at the 3rd International Workshop on Lie Theory
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Extractions: new recent Authors: A. Isaev O.Ogievetsky P.Pyatov (Submitted on 30 Dec 1999) Abstract: The Cayley-Hamilton-Newton theorem - which underlies the Newton identities and the Cayley-Hamilton identity - is reviewed, first, for the classical matrices with commuting entries, second, for two q-matrix algebras, the RTT-algebra and the RLRL-algebra. The Cayley-Hamilton-Newton identities for these q-algebras are related by the factorization map. A class of algebras M(R,F) is presented. The algebras M(R,F) include the RTT-algebra and the RLRL-algebra as particular cases. The algebra M(R,F) is defined by a pair of compatible matrices R and F. The Cayley-Hamilton-Newton theorem for the algebras M(R,F) is stated. A nontrivial example of a compatible pair is given. Comments: LaTeX, 12 pages. Lecture given at the 3rd International Workshop on "Lie Theory and Its Applications in Physics - Lie III", 11 - 14 July 1999, Clausthal, Germany Subjects: Quantum Algebra (math.QA)

19. Numerical Multilinear Algebra And Its Applications
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