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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hello All

I have recently recovered from a 4 year hospitalization which pretty much ended my career as a computer scientist. Much of the time I was barley lucid and thus time and medication have taken their toll on my memory. Although I retain much of the theory, I have found my knowledge of the underlying mathematical mechanics is less then stellar.

I have finally reached a point where I should be able to return to work in 6 months. With this in mind I am seeking to reaquaint myself with my past work (high end computer graphics engines).

I was hoping that someone might be able to suggest a good linear algebra text book, that is thorough without being overly verbose in explanation. I was also hoping that a good reference work could also be suggested.

I appreciate any help that may be provided.

Thankyou

I have recently recovered from a 4 year hospitalization which pretty much ended my career as a computer scientist. Much of the time I was barley lucid and thus time and medication have taken their toll on my memory. Although I retain much of the theory, I have found my knowledge of the underlying mathematical mechanics is less then stellar.

I have finally reached a point where I should be able to return to work in 6 months. With this in mind I am seeking to reaquaint myself with my past work (high end computer graphics engines).

I was hoping that someone might be able to suggest a good linear algebra text book, that is thorough without being overly verbose in explanation. I was also hoping that a good reference work could also be suggested.

I appreciate any help that may be provided.

Thankyou