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Application of Mathematics to the Natural Sciences Critical Moments and Aspects

ISBN-10: 0306466945

ISBN-13: 9780306466946

Edition: 2002

Authors: Claudio Pellegrini, Paola Cerrai, Paolo Freguglia

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The Application of Mathematics to the Natural Sciences brings together scientists and historians of science to discuss how, in an increasingly interdisciplinary manner, mathematics and mathematical models are used in the natural sciences.
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List price: $249.99
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Springer
Publication date: 3/31/2002
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 294
Size: 6.75" wide x 10.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.628
Language: English

Quantum Probability and the Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics: A Crucial Experiment
An Optical Geometric Model of the Betatronic Motion
Some Remarks on the Theory of Relativity and the Naive Realism
Pattern Induced by Parameter Modulation in Spatiotemporal Chaos
Chaos and Orbit Complexity
On the Riemann-Mangoldt Constant
Long-Term Stability in Circular Accelerators
Mathematical Models in Beam Dynamics
An Axiomatic Approach to Some Biological Themes
For an Axiomatic Theory of the Evolutionary Darwinian Ideas: A Proposal
Fractal Complexity of Membrane Structures in Normal and Neoplastic Cells During Growth and Apoptotic Cell Death
The Arc, an Unexpected and Still Not Explained Element of the Tracks of Creeping Ciliates
Natural Population and Community Structure and Dynamics: The "Supply-Side Ecology", Theory and the Field Data
The History of Theoretical Population Ecology: Which Role for Mathematical Modeling?
The Mathematics Implied in the Laws of Nature and Realism, or the Role of Functions Around 1750
Geometry, the Calculus and the Use of Limits in Newton's Principia
The Two Faces of Mathematical Modeling: Objectivism vs. Subjectivism, Simplicity vs. Complexity
The Search for the Mathematization of the Social Disciplines
Mathematization of the Science of Motion and the Birth of Analytical Mechanics: A Historiographical Note
Models, Analogies, and Statistical Reason, 1760-1900
Is Music Relevant for the History of Science?
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