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Epsilons, no. 6: What is that Σ?
The capital Greek sigma, that is, repeated addition
Tivadar Danka
Jul 16
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Epsilons, no. 5: The QR decomposition
matrices + the Gram-Schmidt process = magic
Tivadar Danka
May 9
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Epsilons, no. 4: The Gram-Schmidt process
Orthogonalizing bases since 1883
Tivadar Danka
Apr 19
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Epsilons, no. 3: The LU decomposition
How determinants and matrix inverses are calculated
Tivadar Danka
Mar 27
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Epsilons, no. 2: Understanding matrix multiplication
The geometric and algebraic interpretation of matrix products
Tivadar Danka
Mar 13
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Epsilons, no. 1: The geometric series
One of my favorite formulas is the closed-form of the geometric series.I am amazed by its ubiquity: whether we are solving basic problems or pushing the…
Tivadar Danka
Mar 8
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