We will primarily follow the course lecture notes that is based in part on Prof. Stephen Boyd's notes for Stanford EE263 and EE363.

We will also provide the notes from each lecture below:

Here are the summary notes by Prof. Piya Pal:

There is no required textbook.

G. Strang,

*Introduction to Linear Algebra,*Wellesley-Cambridge, 2015.

C. D. Meyer,

*Matrix Analysis and Applied Linear Algebra,*SIAM, 2000.

H. Dym,

*Linear Algebra in Action,*AMS, 2013.

S. Axler,

*Linear Algebra Done Right,*Springer, 2015.

S. Lang,

*Linear Algebra,*Springer, 3rd ed., 2004.

Horn and Johnson,

*Matrix Analysis,*Cambridge University Press, 2012.

Linear Algebra: A classic course by Prof. Gilbert Strang. Contains video lectures. May serve as a helpful refresher for some of the topics.

Introduction to Linear Dynamical Systems (Stanford): A classic course by Prof. Stephen Boyd. An EE363 advanced course is also quite interesting.

Vector Space Methods with Applications: An advanced course by Prof. Jean-Francois Chamberland (Texas A&M) and Prof. Henry Pfister (Duke).

The Matrix Cookbook: A handy reference for matrix calculus.