Handbook of Linear
Algebra, Second Edition

Leslie Hogben, Iowa State University, Editor Richard Brualdi, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Associate Editor G. W. Stewart, University of Maryland, Associate Editor CRC Press, (c) 2014. Available from CRC Press and Amazon. |

- Table of Contents
- Contributors
- Errata 26-Nov-18
- Update on Open Problems 21-Apr-14

Handbook of Linear Algebra

Leslie Hogben, Iowa State University, Editor Richard Brualdi, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Associate Editor Anne Greenbaum, University of Washington, Associate Editor Roy Mathias, University of Birmingham, UK (retired), Associate Editor Published by CRC Press, (c) 2007. Available from CRC Press and Amazon. |

Handbook of Linear Algebra has been recognized as an OUTSTANDING ACADEMIC TITLE by Choice magazine, which is published by the Association of College and Research Libraries.

- Table of Contents
- Contributors
- Errata List 5-Sept-15

- Additional facts
2-Jan-09

- Flyer
- Review
by Roger Horn, p. 8 of Image
Fall 2006 (37), Bulletin of the International Linear Algebra Society

- Review
by Henry Ricardo in Read This!
(June 26, 2007) and MAA Reviews
(June 6, 2007) at MAA On-line

Handbook of Linear Algebra (HLA) covers the major topics of linear algebra at both the graduate and undergraduate level, including numerical linear algebra and combinatorial linear algebra, as well as its applications, and software packages for linear algebra computations, all in an easy-to-use handbook format. HLA takes the reader from the very elementary aspects of the subject to the frontiers of current research, and its format (consisting of a number of independent chapters each organized in the same standard way) should make this book accessible to readers with divergent backgrounds.

There are five main parts to this book. The first part (Chapters 1 - 26) covers the linear algebra; the second (Chapters 27-36) and third (Chapters 37-49) cover, respectively, combinatorial and numerical linear algebra, two important branches of the subject. Applications of linear algebra to other disciplines, both inside and outside of mathematics, comprise the fourth part of the book (Chapters 50-70). Part five (Chapters 71-77) addresses software packages useful for linear algebra computations. There are also a 40 page Glossary and a Notation Index, in addition to an Index.

Each chapter is written by a different author or team of authors, who are experts on the area covered

by the chapter. Each chapter includes a list of references and is divided into sections, which are organized into the following uniform format:

- Definitions
- Facts (theorems)
- Examples