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    Matrices in solving equations - looking for a book

    Hi,
    I'm looking for a book on matrices, especially describing various methods used in solving equations like Gauss–Seidel method or SVD. Something for programmers or non-mathematicians, focused on applications of this methods or examples.

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    Re: Matrices in solving equations - looking for a book

    I somewhat doubt you'll be able to find the kind of book you're asking for. You're asking for a fairly advanced mathematics topic, so any books on the subjecty will be oriented towards mathematicians.

    If you're not maths-savvy, then your best source will be looking for articles on the internet from other programmers that have been there before you (maybe even created available libraries for you).

    Other than that, it's probably a good idea to team up with an actual mathematician to explain things to you.

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    Re: Matrices in solving equations - looking for a book

    If you do an Internet search for 'Gauss-Seidel c++' you will find lots of example code etc.

    https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=ga...E6nA0QWcooCYBg
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