WS 2008/2009 » Linear Algebra I (engl.)
Prof. Dr. Otto

Aktuelles

28.09.2009The results of the exam are now available on the board next to room S215/204.
07.10.2008You can find some remarks concerning the organisation of tutorials and exercise groups here.

 

Veranstalter

Name Raum Tel.
Otto, MartinS2|15 20722861
Blumensath, AchimS2|15 20322865
Ziems, NicoleS4|10 353953

 

Vorlesung

TagUhrzeitin Raum
Montags14:25 - 16:05S214/024
Mittwochs8:00 - 9:40S103/223

 

Literatur

  • Anton: Elementary Linear Algebra, 7th edition, Wiley, also in German translation, Spektrum Verlag.
  • Artmann: Lineare Algebra, Birkhäuser
  • Beutelsbacher: Lineare Algebra, Vieweg
  • Brieskorn: Lineare Algebra und Analytische Geometrie (I,II), Vieweg
  • Bröcker: Lineare Algebra und Analytische Geometrie, Birkhäuser
  • Curtis: Linear Algebra - An Introductory Approach, Springer
  • Fischer: Lineare Algebra, 11. Aufl., Vieweg
  • Greub: Linear Algebra, Springer, also in a German edition
  • Jänich: Lineare Algebra, 10. Aufl., Springer, also in English translation, Springer
  • Kaye, Wilson: Linear Algebra, Oxford University Press
  • Klingenberg, Klein: Lineare Algebra und Analytische Geometrie, BI
  • Koecher: Lineare Algebra und Analytische Geometrie, Springer
  • Kwak, Hong: Linear Algebra, Birkhäuser
  • Lingenberg: Lineare Algebra, BI
  • Strang: Linear Algebra and its Applications, Academic Press

 

Tutorials

Nr.Zeitin RaumbeiSprechstundein Raum
1Dienstags
2Dienstags
3Dienstags, 11:40 - 13:20S103/313Angel HristovThursday, 10:30-11:30S215/415
4Dienstags
5Dienstags, 11:40 - 13:20S102/144Patrick MückeMonday, 13:20-14:20S215/444

Exercises

Nr.Zeitin RaumbeiSprechstundein Raum
1Donnerstags, 14:25 - 16:05S103/9Ivalyo DimitrovWednesday, 15:00-16:00S215/217
2Donnerstags
3Donnerstags
4Donnerstags
5Freitags, 09:50 - 11:30S114/265Leah ClaytonThursday, 10:30-11:30S2-15/415

 

Course notes

There are notes for the OWO lecture and for the regular lectures available.

Slides: [1] [2] [3]

 

Exercises and Tutorials

Exercise Sheets

[owo] [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [quiz] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15]

Solutions

[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15]

Tutorial Sheets

[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [mock exam] [14]

Solutions

[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [mock exam] [14] [15]

Learning & Teaching: Lectures, Tutorials and Exercises

During the two lectures each week, new material will be presented in concentrated form. Lectures can only work well when backed up by regular review of the material and serious engagement with exercises and homework. During lectures students should let the lecturer know when something remains unclear or is not understand as presented: DO ASK QUESTIONS!

TUTORIALS help you to familiarise yourself with new concepts, definitions and methods, and to test your understanding. For this there will will be plenty of introductory exercises to be treated during tutorial classes and in group work. You get guidance and advice from your tutor.

EXERCISE CLASSES and HOMEWORK treat the subject matter in more detail and will occasionally also comprise slightly more challenging exercises. Again, group work is encouraged; the actual written submission of homework exercises, however, is do be an individual effort: written presentation is an import skill to be trained here. For admission to the exam at the end of term you are expected to have submitted reasonable written solutions to some 30 exercises.

On the exercise sheets, homework exercises will not be singled out as such. Rather, we advise you to hand in any reasonably complete, worked out exercise solutions that you make an effort to write up. Feedback on written homework will not be via numerical scores, but through a marking that includes helpful commentary and a rough classification of the quality of your work.

During exercise classes, some selected previous homework exercises will be discussed, based on short presentations of individual solutions by students. During this semester, these presentations will be entirely voluntary. Do use this chance to practice another very important skill. Next semester such little presentations will become part of "successful participation in the exercises," i.e., part of the requirements for admission to the exam.

 

Aktuelles

Achtung: Vom 23.04.2018 bis 25.04.2018 ist das Studienbüro wegen Semestervorbereitung geschlossen! Die Sprechstunden entfallen!


Ordnungen, Formulare, etc.

Dokumente wie Prüfungsplan-formulare, Studien- und Prüfungspläne oder Modulhandbücher finden Sie im Downloadbereich

Sabine Bartsch
Iryna Bysaha
Meike Mühlhäußer
Alexandra Neutsch
Bettina Plutz (in Elternzeit)

Sprechzeiten:
Mo13:30-15:30
Mi, Do10:30-12:30

studienbuero(at)mathematik.tu-darmstadt.de

Studienberatung

Dr.-Ing. Cornelia Seeberg

Sprechzeiten:
Mo13:30-15:00
Mi10:30-12:00

Die Sprechstunden finden in Raum S2|15 241 statt. Es ist keine Terminvereinbarung notwendig.

Weitere Fragen bitte per Mail an:

studienberatung(at)mathematik.tu-darmstadt.de

 

 

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