Elements of Linear Algebra
This book will use some basic concepts of linear algebra. In this chapter we will briefly recall the essential elements that will be necessary in the rest of the book to understand the various tools devoted to the analysis of variance. Readers that are interested in the more detailed treatment of the subject are directed, for instance, to Golub and Van Loan (1996), Horn and Johnson (1991), Meyer (2000).
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