Computational methods in linear algebra, by R. J. Goult, R. F. Hoskins, J. A. Milner and M. Pratt. Pp vii, 204. £5·25 cloth, £2·65 paperback. SBN 0 85950 006 3/007 1 (Stanley Thornes).
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