Modeling Biological Systems Principles and Applications
Edition: 2nd 2005 (Revised)
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Description: This is the second edition of a textbook currently published by Springer for a course in mathematical modeling and computer simulation for biologists at the advanced undergraduate and introductory graduate level. The audience for this edition is similar to that of the previous one: advanced level courses in computational biology, as well as researchers retooling themselves. This new edition includes a CD-ROM with real examples of models as teaching tools.
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Copyright year: 2005
Publication date: 5/6/2005
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
|Models of systems|
|The modeling process|
|Qualitative model formulation|
|Quantitative model formulation : I|
|Quantitative model formulation : II|
|Photosynthesis and plant growth|
|Hormonal control in mammals|
|Populations and individuals|
|Spatial patterns and processes|
|Chaos in biology|
|Cellular automata and recursive growth|