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I am searching for some kind of mathematical "reference".

My math knowledge is mainly from a five year technical school and some basic

university courses. I can solve equations (linear and differential), use vectors

and matrices, use geometry in 2/3 D, use probability and statistics, ...

But when I want to train myself additional knowledge I simply don't get it.

I think I lack knowledge especially in the formulation of mathematics (set theory, ..). When I read something about say Hilbert space I simply don't understand the equations and words used.

So what I need is not a book (tutorial, ...) that teaches me linear algebra once again but one that gives me a overview of the fields of mathematics with the tools and formulations used.

If anybody know something similar please give me a link

thx

einKI

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