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Mar 6 '11 at 10:21 comment added Dai Le @Jacob: Roman's book is certainly recommended by many people. It is really advanced and covers nice topics like modules, convexity, affine geometry, tensor products, etc. But the bottom line is you should always choose something that is suitable for your taste and background! So scanning through a bunch of books in the library before deciding is always a good idea (at least for me).
Mar 6 '11 at 7:20 comment added Jacob Would you recommend "Advanced Linear Algebra" by Steve Roman for graduate self-study?
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Dec 20 '10 at 6:33 comment added Kaveh +1: nice answer. I will add that taking/auditing non-theoretical CS or non-CS courses is also a good thing, it open ups your mind for possible problems to work on, you never know where a nice theory question shows up, so keep your eyes open. :)
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