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Mathematical aspects of life sciences.
|Other titles||Symposium on Mathematical Aspects of Life Sciences, Queen"s University, Canada, 1971.|
|Statement||Edited by M. T. Wasan.|
|Series||Queen"s papers in pure and applied mathematics -- no.26|
|Contributions||Wasan, M. T.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||255 p. :|
|Number of Pages||255|
by mathematical models, and such models may soon become requisites for describing the behaviour of cellular networks. What this book aims to achieve Mathematical modelling is becoming an increasingly valuable tool for molecular cell biology. Con-sequently, it is important for life scientists to have a background in the relevant mathematical tech-File Size: 5MB. Titles published after Volume 21 appear as a subseries (now entitled Advances in the Mathematical Sciences) in the book series, American Mathematical Society Translations Series 2. (ISSN ) Hardcover. Advances in Soviet Mathematics.
This book covers tools and techniques used for developing mathematical methods and modelling related to real-life situations. It brings forward significant aspects of mathematical research by using different mathematical methods such as analytical, computational, and numerical with relevance or applications in engineering and applied : Hemen Dutta. 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 explanations.
The book includes articles from eminent international scientists discussing a wide spectrum of topics of current importance in mathematics and statistics and their applications. The occasion was the 15th Biennial Seminar of the Canadian Mathematical Congress, entitled Mathematics and the Life Sciences. Participants in this inter disciplinary gathering included researchers and graduate students in mathematics, seven different areas of biological science, physics, chemistry and medical science.
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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Mathematical Aspects of Computer and Information Sciences, MACISheld in Gebze, Turkey, in November The 22 revised papers and 14 short papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 66.
Genre/Form: Congress: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mathematical aspects of life sciences. Kingston, Ont.: Queen's University, (OCoLC) Mathematics for the Life Sciences is as useful as it is stimulating."--Rita Colwell, University of Maryland Institute for Advanced Computer Studies "This book does an admirable job of covering the mathematical topics that are essential for studying and analyzing biological systems.
"Mathematical Aspects of Classical and Celestial Mechanics is the third volume of Dynamical Systems section of Springer’s Encyclopaedia of Mathematical sciences. if you wanted an idea of the broad scope of classical mechanics, this is a good place to by: Modeling and analyzing the dynamics of chemical mixtures by means of differ- tial equations is one of the prime concerns of chemical engineering theorists.
These equations often take the form of systems of nonlinear parabolic partial d- ferential equations, or reaction-diffusion equations, when. useful in some life science context and can be understood by people with a limited background in calculus, provided it is presented at an appropriate level and connected to life science ideas.
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Our main attention is devoted to the mathematical side of the subject. Although the physical background of the models considered here and the applied aspects of the phenomena studied in this book are explored to a considerably lesser extent, we have tried to set forth?rst and fore In this book we describe the basic principles, problems, and /5(6).The Mathematics of Life is a popular science book by mathematician Ian Stewart, on the increasing role of mathematics in biology.
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