Edited By: JW Haefner
473 pages, Figs, tabs
Second edition of a textbook originally published by Chapman & Hall in 1996. This new edition includes a CD-ROM with real examples of models as teaching tools.
Part One: Principles: Models of systems; The modeling process; Qualitative model formulation; Quantitative model formulation; Simulation Paradigms; Numerical techniques; Parameter estimation; Model validation; Model analysis; Stochastic models; Part Two: Applications: Photsynthesis and plant growth; Hormonal control in mammals; Populations and individuals; Chemostats; Spatial patterns and processes; Scaling models; Chaos in biology; Cellular automata and growth; Evolutionary computation; Complex adaptive systems.
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