Good book on linear algebra using MATLAB?

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Ken Bannister
Ken Bannister on 18 Aug 2021
Commented: Yazan on 19 Aug 2021
I realize there are countless great books on linear algebra (i.e., matrix theory), marching back many decades. For example, I have a copy of
G. W. Stewart's "Introduction to Matrix Computations" (1973). Unfortunately, this book is chock-full of "theorem-proof, theorem-proof,..."
What I would rather have is something thaqt captures the rigor of Stewart's book, but also weaves in MATLAB so I can try out
things and see better what is going on as far as details of matrix calculations. Has anyone a recommendation for such a book, or books?
Ken Bannister
Ken Bannister on 18 Aug 2021
Thank you, Yazan, that is a good suggestion.

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Sulaymon Eshkabilov
Sulaymon Eshkabilov on 18 Aug 2021
This book sounds a good one: Applied Linear Algebra and Optimization Using MATLAB by Rizvan Butt.
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Ken Bannister
Ken Bannister on 19 Aug 2021
Thank you Sulaymon, that is indeed a great book, and at a very reasonable price.

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Steven Lord
Steven Lord on 19 Aug 2021
How about Cleve Moler's Numerical Computing with MATLAB which has an electronic edition available on the MathWorks website?
Yazan on 19 Aug 2021
A book by Cleve Moler on computing with Matlab cannot go wrong!

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