**A self-contained introduction to matrix analysis theory andapplications in the field of statistics**

Comprehensive in scope, *Matrix Algebra for Linear Models*offers a succinct summary of matrix theory and its relatedapplications to statistics, especially linear models. The bookprovides a unified presentation of the mathematical properties andstatistical applications of matrices in order to define andmanipulate data.

Written for theoretical and applied statisticians, the bookutilizes multiple numerical examples to illustrate key ideas,methods, and techniques crucial to understanding matrixalgebra’s application in linear models. *Matrix Algebra forLinear Models* expertly balances concepts and methods allowingfor a side-by-side presentation of matrix theory and its linearmodel applications. Including concise summaries on each topic, thebook also features:

- Methods of deriving results from the properties of eigenvaluesand the singular value decomposition
- Solutions to matrix optimization problems for obtaining moreefficient biased estimators for parameters in linear regressionmodels
- A section on the generalized singular value decomposition
- Multiple chapter exercises with selected answers to enhanceunderstanding of the presented material

*Matrix Algebra for Linear Models* is an ideal textbook foradvanced undergraduate and graduate-level courses on statistics,matrices, and linear algebra. The book is also an excellentreference for statisticians, engineers, economists, and readersinterested in the linear statistical model.

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**Marvin H. J. Gruber, PHD,** is Professor Emeritus in theSchool of Mathematical Sciences at Rochester Institute ofTechnology. He has authored several books and journal articles inhis areas of research interest, which include improving theefficiency of regression estimators. Dr. Gruber is a member of theAmerican Mathematical Society and the American StatisticalAssociation.

“This book seems suitable for an advanced undergraduate and/or introductory master's level course . . . Four appealing features of this book are its inclusion of an overview, a summary, exercises (with answers provided), and numerical examples for all sections.” (*American Mathematical Society*, 1 November 2015)

“The book is suitable for graduate and postgraduate students and researchers. This book is highly recommended.” (*Zentralblatt*, 1 April 2015)

“This is an excellent and comprehensive presentation of the use of matrices for linear models. The writing is very clear, and the layout is excellent. It would serve well either as a class text or as the foundation for individual personal study.” (*International Statistical Review*, 18 March 2014)

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