CBE 30355 - Index Notation Lecture Notes

The notes on index notation are the last 26 pages (A-Z) of the lecture notes file. We'll be talking about this in the first few in-person classes (before you much in the way of homework), but I've also recorded a narration of the notes as well. These are divided up into the three chunks below:

There are other sources of information on index notation available on the web as well. Two useful ones are:




Index notation is a very valuable way of describing and manipulating vectors and tensors, if a bit weird at first. Once you've gotten the basic rules down, it makes many calculations far simpler!