Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Gilbert Strang: Video Lectures

Gilbert Strang is an amazing teacher.

This summer, I've been watching some of his lecture videos on Linear Algebra, and Computational Science and Engineering, at MIT OpenCourseWare.

Although, they are not technologically fancy or gimmicky, they provide a superb introduction.

Here are short-cut links to:

1. Linear Algebra: I was still an undergrad when these lectures were filmed. As a matter of fact, I was taking a linear algebra course, at around the same time.
2. Computational Science and Engineering: Given my current academic home, this is a nice introductory series.

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