I am currently compiling a comprehensive set of documents for personal use that will act as reference material (similar to programming documentation) for all the major fields of Mathematics.
- Calculus (Differential/Integral/Multivariable/Vector/Tensor)
- Linear algebra
- group theory
- set theory
Since I believe it would be useful to have at hand such reference material for future projects and works. (Rather than dig through mountains of papers to confirm esoteric/minute properties)
However, many of the textbooks I am currently are using are long, thick, and rather than a report-like structure, is much more verbose in unnecessary content and lacks a comprehensive table/list of desired properties of varying theorems/transforms/etc.
So I was wondering if there are any recommendations of texts for me to use as a foundation for my own set of documents.
Preferably short due to the number of topics I wish to cover in available time. All difficulty level welcome from introductory to advanced (preferably somewhere in the middle).
I am a first year graduate student who indeed just wants to freshen up his "linear regression and inferentials"