I'm in Linear Algebra right now in college, and we're using "Linear Algebra and It's Applications", by David Lay. It seams pretty good. Inside of the front cover it has references to pages which apply to specific applications: Biology and Ecology, Business and Economics, Computers and Computer Science, Control Theory, Electrical Engineering, Engineering, Mathematics, Numerical and Linear Algebra, Physical Sciences, and Statistics. With subsections under each. For example, under Computers and Computer Science: Color Monitors, Computer Graphics, Cray Supercomputer, Data Storage, Error-detections and correction, high end computer graphics boards, Homogenous Coordinates, Parallel Processing, Perspective Projections, Vector Pipeline Architecture, Virtual Reality, VSLI micro chips, and wire-frame models.
The new version is sort of expensive, about 100-130 dollars, but the 3rd editions, can be bought for 8 dollars used on Amazon. I purchased the 3rd edition hoping it would work for my class.
Unfortunately, even thought the content is practically identical, they have changed problem orderings, and stuff to force students to buy the new version. I'm just going to take photo's of the problem sets from the copy in the library.