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Linear Algebra and Tensor Analysis Notes
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In these “Linear Algebra and Tensor AnalysisNotes PDF”, you will study the concept of generalized mathematical constructs in terms of Algebraic Structures (mainly Vector Spaces) and Tensors to have in-depth analysis of our physical system.
The topics we will cover will be taken from the following list:
Vector Space and Subspace: Binary Operations, Groups, Rings & Fields, Vector Space & Subspace, Examples of Vector Spaces, Euclidean Vector Spaces: Length and Distance in Rn, Matrix notation for vectors in Rn, Four Subspaces associated with a Matrix.
Basic and Dimension: Linear Dependence and Independence of vectors, Spanning a Space, Basis and Dimensions, Rank and Nullity of a Matrix, Examples from Real Function Space and Polynomial Space, Orthogonal Vectors and Subspaces, Orthogonal Basis, Gram Schmidt process of generating an Orthonormal Basis.
Linear Transformation: Function and Mapping, General Linear Transformations and Examples, Kernel and Range of a Matrix Transformation, Homomorphism and Isomorphism of vector space, Singular and Non-singular Mapping/Transformations, Algebra of Linear operator.
Invertible operators: Identity Transformation, Matrices and Linear Operators, Matrix Representation of a Linear transformation and change of basis, Similarity.
Matrices and Matrix Operations: Addition and Multiplication of Matrices, Null Matrices, Diagonal, Scalar and Unit Matrices, Upper Triangular and Lower-Triangular Matrices, Transpose of a Matrix, Symmetric and Skew-Symmetric Matrices, Matrices for Networks, Matrix Multiplication and System of Linear Equations, Augmented Matrix, Echelon Matrices, Gauss Elimination and Gauss-Jordan Elimination, Inverse of a Matrix, Elementary Matrix, Conjugate of a Matrix. Hermitian and Skew-Hermitian Matrices, Determinants, Evaluating Determinants by Row Reduction, Properties of Determinants, Adjoint of a Matrix, Singular and Non-Singular matrices, Orthogonal Matrix, Unitary Matrices, Trace of a Matrix, Inner Product.
Eigen-values and Eigenvectors: Finding Eigen-values and Eigen vectors of a Matrice. Diagonalization of Matrices. Properties of Eigen-values and Eigen Vectors of Orthogonal, Hermetian and Unitary Matrices. Cayley- Hamiliton Theorem (Statement only). Finding inverse of a matrix using Cayley-Hamiltion Theorem. Use of Matrices in Solving Coupled Linear Ordinary Differential Equations of first order. Functions of a Matrix.
Cartesian Tensor: Transformation of co-ordinates, Einstein’s summation convention, Relation between Direction Cosines, Tensors, Algebra of Tensors: Sum, Difference and Product of Two Tensors. Contraction, Quotient Law of Tensors, Symmetric and Anti-symmetric Tensors, Invariant Tensors: Kronecker and Alternating Tensors, Association of Antisymmetric Tensor of Order Two and Vectors. Vector Algebra and calculus using Cartesian Tensors: Scalar and Vector Products of 2, 3, 4 vectors. Gradient, Divergence and Curl of Tensor Fields. Vector Identities. Tensorial Character of Physical Quantities. Moment of Inertia Tensor. Stress and Strain Tensors: Symmetric Nature. Elasticity Tensor.Generalized Hooke’s Law.
Geometrical Applications: Equation of a line, Angle between lines. Projection of a line on another line. Condition for two lines to be coplanar. Foot of the Perpendicular from a Point on a Line, Rotation Tensor, Isotropic tensors (definition only), Moment of Inertia tensors.
General Tensors: Transformation of Co-ordinates, Contravariant & Covariant Vectors, Contravariant, Covariant and Mixed Tensors, Kronecker Delta and Permutation Tensors, Algebra of Tensors, Sum, Difference & Product of Two Tensors, Contraction, Quotient Law of Tensors, Symmetric and Anti- symmetric Tensors, Metric Tensor.
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