Can someone please explain to me what is the tensor product and any good elementary tensor algerbra books?
When a universal object has a universal property, that means it's the "best" object with that property, and all other objects with that property can be written in terms of the best one.What do they mean when they say "has the universal property that..."?
I can't think of a book right now but if a and b are two tensors then the tensor product is given bySeReNiTy said:Can someone please explain to me what is the tensor product and any good elementary tensor algerbra books?
I think you mean this thread:mathwonk said:wasn't there a lengthy series of posts on here by people reading a book on this topic for undergrads? tom mattson led it. it was by dave bachman, and very intuitive and descriptive.