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MIT 18.S096 वित्त में अनुप्रयोगों के साथ गणित में विषय, फॉल 2013 पूरा पाठ्यक्रम देखें: प्रशिक्षक: चोंगबम ली यह व्याख्यान पाठ्यक्रम के लिए आवश्यक रैखिक बीजगणित की समीक्षा है, जिसमें मैट्रिस, रैखिक परिवर्तन, eigenvalue, और eigenvectors शामिल हैं। लाइसेंस: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA अधिक जानकारी के लिए और अधिक पाठ्यक्रम पर .

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आप हमारी वेबसाइट पर केवल ऑनलाइन पैसे कमाने के तरीकों के बारे में सबसे पूर्ण और विस्तृत जानकारी देख सकते हैं: यहाँ और देखें

आप हमारी वेबसाइट पर केवल ऑनलाइन पैसे कमाने के तरीकों के बारे में सबसे पूर्ण और विस्तृत जानकारी देख सकते हैं: यहाँ और देखें

## 35 comments

How can be a m*n matrix be a diagonal matrix?

===(2,2)(3,3)???

incorrect decomposition

The teacher was not prepared

a lot of mistakes

The first 15 mins of the lecture have slapped me in the face. I know nothing about matrices.

I still don't understand what the application of linear algebra is in stock market ☹️ Is there anyone could do me a favor and tell me how those kind of mathematics can be applied in stock market or in data analytics please? I would feel so so thankful for that 🙏

So confusing when an instructor is walking you through something and as you are paying attention they go " oops made a mistake at the very beginning, let me just explain everything again "

The sweltering math theoretically provide because force cosmetically stir alongside a wooden pump. redundant, magical radio

This is all familiar to me. However seeing the use of different alphabet makes it new again😂 My mind was spinning trying to reconnect what I learn in hs and what was teach in the video😂 Ex: we use A instead of U. Thank you for the video!

why's he using sidewalk chalk

Why people are all in praise for this video, as if MIT will enroll from the comment section of a YouTube video. The content was not entirely helpful and was very difficult to grasp.

You can watch as many MIT lectures as you want on the same topic and you will always learn something new.

1:00:57

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Am I the only one who is worryingly soothed by the electrical humming sound on the background?

Holy Moley… it never stops!

Good mathematician, poor teacher, teaching is a skill where you need to overcome the curse of knowledge, how do you explain to someone something you take for granted. You only develop this skill through the experience of finding out what students get stuck on and refining your definitions until you present it clearly. This is more of a 'read from the text' style and just regurgitates what he's been trained in. Though I understand this is just a review lecture and the facility are throwing him a bone.

The lecturer is now working as a portfolio manager at Millennium Management, one of the more successful investment firms out there.

Question: at 44:34 for reference, the equation reads v1^T*Lambda2 v2/Sigma1. How does it go from that to Lambda2/Sigma1 * v1^T*v2? Or did I miss something?

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Can someone explain why lambda 0 is the eigen value of multiplication of 1(@ Perron-Frobenius Theorem)??? What does that mean by “multiplication of 1"

Just came here to read some comment after he said " 32:23 Just look like totally nonsense".. . feels like that 🙂

_Some notable Timestamps:

0:01:16 Matrices

0:05:22 Eigenvalues & Eigenvectors

0:11:40 Diagonalization

0:23:04 Singular Value Decomposition (SVD)

1:03:20 Perron-Frobenius Theorem

Watch the instructor writing at 2x speed – lose grip on reality

I think this usually happens when you have thoughts and knowledge flowing at a greater speed than what you need to explain the class as a whole. This is what a scholar in action looks like. Mr. Lee , reminded me of my professor who used to brim with knowledge on a subject, and I pray if I could become half as good as him. Mr. Lee is a great instructor and its a review class, and not an elementary class of a school. So, e & oe. and we should be matured enough to read between the lines and be revision ready with him. If we are, then there should be no problem.

Sense as if they don't know the application of their eigen stuff for stocks. Their answer wasn't convincing.

Incredibile, professor. I have seen this content several times and now suddenly you gave me another way to understand some linear transformations.

anybody wants to complete the course together?

This whole series of math in finance is more like a "Survey of Financial Mathematics". Only if you go through proofs and definitions like matrices, vector space, determinant, eigenvectors/eigenvalues and linear transformation, then go into probability theory(should be advanced probability theory as this is where they mention sigma-algebra and probability measure), statistics, regression (better with matrices), and then real analysis, advanced calculus, stochastic calculus (focus on Martingale), then you'll have an idea what they're really talking about.

When I try and download the course direct from Youtube the audio is very static sounding ! You are being jammed MIT !

did he mean a matrix A is ORTHOGONALLY diagonalizable if there exists an ORTHOGONAL (not orthonormal) matrix U such that A=UDU(inverse)

v can not be the zero vector, for eigenvalue and eigenvector, he forgot that

3Blue1Brown is great

46:55 comienza la accion!

This guy is a great lecturer. Clear and concise.