- Linear Algebra and its Applications (3rd Edition), David C. Lay; Pearson, Inc., 2009.
- Linear Algebra, A Modern Introduction (4th Edition), David Poole; Cengage Learning, 2016.
The subject GS-221 Linear Algebra is undergraduate mathematical core course that offers an insight into the concepts and techniques from linear algebra. The aim of this course is to introduce students to the matrix theory and the use of matrices in the solution of engineering problems. The student will become competent in solving linear equations, performing matrix algebra, calculating determinants, and finding eigenvalues and eigenvectors.
Course Learning Outcome
|CLO 1||Solve systems of linear equations by performing various matrix methods and techniques. (C3)|
Determine Orthogonality, Eigenvectors and Eigenvalues by applying operations of matrix arithmetic. (C3)
CLO -PLO Mapping
|Course Code||CLOs/ PLOs||PLO1||PLO2||PLO3||PLO4||PLO5||PLO6||PLO7||PLO8||PLO9||PLO 10||PLO 11||PLO 12|
Program Learning Outcomes
PLO1: Engineering Knowledge
PLO2: Problem Analysis
PLO3: Design/Development of Solutions
PLO5: Modern Tool Usage
PLO6: The Engineer and Society
PLO7: Environment and Sustainability
PLO9: Individual and Team Work
PLO11: Project Management
PLO12: Lifelong Learning