Algèbre Linéaire (Partie 1)

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Syllabus

A la fin du cours, l'étudiant sera capable

  • de définir les concepts théoriques introduits en cours et d'en donner des exemples illustratifs ;
  • d'appliquer la théorie matricielle à la résolution de systèmes linéaires et d’interpréter les résultats obtenus ;
  • de déterminer si un ensemble muni d'une addition et d'une multiplication par scalaires est un espace vectoriel (ou si un sous-ensemble d'un espace vectoriel est un sous-espace vectoriel) ;
  • de maîtriser les diverses notions relatives à la théorie des espaces vectoriels (e.g. bases, dimensions, sous-espaces).

Prerequisite

Baccalauréat/maturité fédérale maîtrise de l'algèbre enseignée au lycée/gymnase.

Instructors

Donna Testerman

Claude Marion

Mikaël Cavallin

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The École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL, English: Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne) is a research university in Lausanne, Switzerland, that specialises in physical sciences and engineering.

One of the two Swiss Federal Institutes of Technology, the school was founded by the Swiss Federal Government with the stated mission to:

Educate engineers and scientists to the highest international standing
Be a national center of excellence in science and technology
Provide a hub for interaction between the scientific community and the industry
EPFL is considered one of the most prestigious universities in the world for engineering and sciences, ranking 17th overall and 10th in engineering in the 2015 QS World University Rankings; 34th overall and 12th in engineering in the 2015 Times Higher Education World University Rankings.

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