Lecture 3: Norms

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A norm is the yardstick by which we measure the size of vectors, and we explore some alternatives to the tradition Euclidean length of vectors. We then look at how we could define a norm, or size, of a matrix, and what meaning that would have. This topic is important to understanding how to measure convergence behaviour of numerical algorithms, as well as being very theoretically important as well.

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