# Which linear algebra book should I read to understand vectorized operations?

I am reading Goodfellow's book about neural networks, but I am stuck in the mathematical calculus of the back-propagation algorithm. I understood the principle, and some Youtube videos explaining this algorithm shown step-by-step, but now I would like to understand the matrix calculus (so not basic calculus!), that is, calculus with matrices and vectors, but especially everything related to the derivatives with respect to a matrix or a vector, and so on.

I specify I studied 2 years after the bachelor in math school (in French: mathématiques supérieures et spéciales), but did not practice for years.