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By: Richard Sole and Brian Goodwin
322 pages, B/w plates, illus, figs, tabs
Approaches the problems of understanding living systems by applying the mathematics of order and disorder, of entropy, chance, and randomness, of chaos and nonlinear dynamics to the various mysteries of the living world at all levels. Less a set of answers than a guide to thinking about living systems, this book will help set the agenda for biology in the coming century.
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