immersive linear algebra
Un site web "vectoriel" et qui l'explique (et on peut bouger des trucs sur les zimages !!! ;) )
Note: en cliquant sur une image, on voit les points qui peuvent être bouger.
"A picture says more than a thousand words" is a common expression, and for text books, it is often the case that a figure or an illustration can replace a large number of words as well. However, we believe that an interactive illustrationcan say even more, and that is why we have decided to build our linear algebra book around such illustrations. We believe that these figures make it easier and faster to digest and to learn linear algebra (which would be the case for many other mathematical books as well, for that matter). In addition, we have added some more features (e.g., popup windows for common linear algebra terms) to our book, and we believe that those features will make it easier and faster to read and understand as well.