2 edition of Mathematical modeling in the life sciences found in the catalog.
Mathematical modeling in the life sciences
Paul G. Doucet
|Statement||Paul Doucet and Peter B. Sloep.|
|Series||Ellis Horwood series in mathematics and its applications|
|Contributions||Sloep, Peter B.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||450|
The muscles of mathematics are connected to the bones of experimental science by the tendons of mathematical modeling. As you read through this book, you will see that mathematical modeling goes far beyond the “application” problems that mathematics text authors include so as to make mathematics . Olinick's Mathematical Models in the Social and Life Sciences concentrates not on physical models, but on models found in biology, social science, and daily life. This text concentrates on a relatively small number of models to allow students to study them critically and in depth, and balances practice and theory in its : Michael Olinick.
The book uses MATLAB throughout, explaining how to use it, write code, and connect models to data in examples chosen from across the life sciences. Provides undergraduate life science students with a succinct overview of major mathematical concepts that are essential for modern biology Covers all the major quantitative concepts that national. A Mathematical modelling: An application to corrosion in a petroleum industry. Proceeding of National Mathematical Centre of the Workshop on Mathematical modelling of Environmental
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The book is very well organized, covering thopics for beginers in Biological Modeling, to advance thopics. It does have a chapter explaining parameter estimation and statistical inference as well. The Stochastic model analysis was very helpful to. Very good samples in Fishery models and populations.5/5(1).
Michael Olinick is the author of Mathematical Modeling in the Social and Life Sciences, published by Wiley.5/5(1). Mathematical Modeling for the Life Sciences. Usually dispatched within 3 to 5 business days. Proposing a wide range of mathematical models that are currently used in life sciences may be regarded as a challenge, and that is precisely the challenge that this book takes : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
Mathematics for the Life Sciences provides present and future biologists with the mathematical concepts and tools needed to understand and use mathematical models and read advanced mathematical biology books. It presents mathematics in biological contexts, focusing on the central mathematical ideas, and providing detailed by: 3.
Michael Olinick is the author of Mathematical Modeling in the Social and Life Sciences, published by : Michael Olinick. The book is designed for undergraduate courses that introduce students to mathematical modeling of medical and life science systems.
As stated in the Preface, students should have at least one term of calculus. While we have based graduate courses on topics presented in this book, they involve substantial supplemental by: This textbook provides a general overview of realistic mathematical models in life sciences, considering both deterministic and stochastic models and covering dynamical systems, game theory, stochastic processes and statistical methods.
Each mathematical model is explained and illustrated individually with an appropriate biological example. about how models are made. This book will try to teach you how to build mathematical models and how to use them.
There is a huge range of useful models invading the Life Sciences: Richard Dawkins’ [1, 2, 3] little stick creatures which evolve and mutate can sharpen our ideas, and also dramatise them so youcan seeevolutionworking.
Cellular. The book uses MATLAB throughout, explaining how to use it, write code, and connect models to data in examples chosen from across the life sciences. Provides undergraduate life science students with a succinct overview of major mathematical concepts that are essential for modern biology.
From predator-prey populations in an ecosystem, to hormone regulation within the body, the natural world abounds in dynamical systems that affect us profoundly. This book develops the mathematical tools essential for students in the life sciences to describe these interacting systems and to understand and predict their behavior.
The rapid pace and development of the research in mathematics, biology and medicine has opened a niche for a new type of publication - short, up-to-date, readable lecture notes covering the breadth of mathematical modelling, analysis and computation in the life-sciences, at a high level, in both printed and electronic versions.
Mathematical modeling in the life sciences. [Paul Doucet; Peter B Sloep] -- Combining mathematics, biology, statistics and computer applications, this text applies mathematical methods to the solution of biological and related problems. Provides a well-structured introduction to the modeling process using mathematical structures as ordering principle Contains a wealth of examples from applications in the natural and engineering sciences The book starts with simple models based on linear algebra and ends up with complex models involving nonlinear PDEs and free boundaries.
4 Lectures Notes on Mathematical Modelling in Applied Sciences Example Linear Elastic Wire-Mass System Consider, with reference to Figurea mechanical system consti-tuted by a mass m constrained to translate along an horizontal line, say the x-axis.
The location of the mass is identiﬂed by the coordinate of itsFile Size: 1MB. Mathematical Models for Society and Biology, 2e, is a useful resource for researchers, graduate students, and post-docs in the applied mathematics and life science fields.
Mathematical modeling is one of the major subfields of mathematical biology. A mathematical model may be used to help explain a system, to study the effects of different components, and to make predictions about behavior. With mathematical modeling growing rapidly in so many scientific and technical disciplines, Mathematical Modeling, Fourth Edition provides a rigorous treatment of the subject.
The book explores a range of approaches including optimization models, dynamic models and probability models.
It Contains Both Probabilistic And Deterministic Book Presumes Only The Knowledge Of Undergraduate Mathematics And Can Be Used As A Textbook At Senior Undergraduate Or Post-Graduate Level For A One Or Two- Semester Course For Students Of Mathematics, Statistics, Physical, Social And Biological Sciences And Engineering.5/5(4).
Mathematical biomedicine is a rapidly developing interdisciplinary field of research that connects the natural and exact sciences in an attempt to respond to the modeling and simulation challenges raised by biology and medicine.
There exist a large number of mathematical methods and procedures that. Mathematical Modelling of Environmental and Life Sciences Problems Constan¸ta, Romania, September,pp. 7–14 Mathematical aspects of the study of the cavitation in liquids Alina Barbulescu∗ and Cristian Stefan Dumitriu∗∗ In a liquid, an ultrasonic ﬁeld can carry along small bubbles or can produce cavi.
A mathematical model for its absorption of energy and the validity of this model is established. The same procedure is applied for the horizontal joint between the panel and the floor-slab. The correspondence between the mathematical model of absorption of energy in horizontal joint and the experimental data is found to be good.
Mathematical Modelling offers a comprehensive guide to both analytical and computational aspects of mathematical modelling that encompasses a wide range of subjects. The authors provide an overview of the basic concepts of mathematical modelling and review the relevant topics from differential equations and linear algebra.Summary: "Proposing a wide range of mathematical models that are currently used in life sciences may be regarded as a challenge, and that is precisely the challenge that this book takes up.
Of course this panoramic study does not claim to offer a detailed and exhaustive view of the many interactions between mathematical models and life sciences. A very recent, introductory, book that focuses on models in the biological sciences is Modeling Life - The Mathematics of Biological Systems by Garfinkel, Shevtsov, and Guo.
It is used for the LS 30 course at UCLA. I have looked through the book, and it’s a good gentle place to start.