This volume is an outgrowth of a course of lectures given by the author over a period of years at the University of Wisconsin, Brown University, and the University of California. It consists of a general
introduction to vector analysis and tensor calculus with special emphasis on the various applications. A short bibliography of some of the texts of the subject is given on p. 327 and an index is on pp.329-335.
The book consists of six chapters. The first two deal with linear vector spaces, matrices, and the calculus of tensors. The last four chapters consist of applications to geometry, analytical mechanics,
relativistic mechanics, and mechanics of continuous media. Throughout the book there are exercises to illustrate the already established concepts and formulas.