Drawing together mathematics, biology, statistics, philosophy, and the use of computers, this book offers mathematical methods for solving problems in biological and related sciences. Adopting an applications- oriented approach and emphasizing the need to understand the language of mathematicians, the book shows how to formulate mathematical models of dynamic processes; how to study their behavior analytically and numerically through the use of computers; and is illustrated with mathematical applications ranging from enzyme kinetics and fishery biology to physiological control and ecology. For practicing life scientists wishing to improve their grasp of applying mathematics.
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Book Description Ellis Horwood Ltd, 1992. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 013562018X