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Dynamic Models in Biology

By: Miklos Farkas
187 pages, Figs
Publisher: Academic Press
Dynamic Models in Biology
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General introduction to modern mathematical methods used in modelling dynamical phenomena of populations. Methods outlined can be applied in solving and understanding real-world issues such as epidemic control and immunology in medicine, pest control in agriculture, and protection of the environment.

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Preface Discrete Population Models Population Dynamics in Continuous Time Epidemics Evolution and Population Genetics Morphogenesis and Pattern Formation Appendix 1 Discrete Mathematics Appendix 2 Ordinary Differential Equations Appendix 3 Partial Differential Equations Appendix 4 Riemannian Geometry References Index

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Biography

Miklos Farkas received his Ph.D. in applied mathematics at Eotvos Lorand University of Budapest. He has been a professor of mathematics for over 30 years and has published a number of books and nearly 80 research papers. His research interest include stability theory nolinear oscillations, bifurcations, and population dynamics. He received the Bolyai Award of the Hungarian Academy of Science in 1999.
By: Miklos Farkas
187 pages, Figs
Publisher: Academic Press
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