2 edition of Mathematical methods of population biology found in the catalog.
Mathematical methods of population biology
F. C. Hoppensteadt
by Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University in New York
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 163-167.
|Statement||F. C. Hoppensteadt.|
|LC Classifications||QH352 .H66|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 167 p. :|
|Number of Pages||167|
The fast growing field of mathematical biology addresses biological questions using mathematical models from areas such as dynamical systems, probability, statistics, and discrete mathematics. This book considers models that are described by systems of partial differential equations, and it focuses on modeling, rather than on numerical methods. By contrast, most models in mathematical biology are developed ad hoc to describe a single series of experiments. To think that a slim textbook could capture the entirety of mathematical biology, with all its ad hoc models, would be absurd, but this book provides a good introduction to it by presenting classical applications of : Lance Davidson.
Population ecologists study how births and deaths affect the dynamics of populations and communities, while ecosystem ecologists study how species control the flux of energy and materials through food webs and ecosystems. Although all these processes occur simultaneously in nature, the mathematical frameworks bridging the two disciplines have developed . There are also a number of books that focus on more specific areas e.g. mathematical population genetics, ecological modeling, infectious disease epidemiology, etc. But without knowing which areas of modeling interest you it is difficult to recommend at this level.
Population Ecology (for S. Sarkar and A. Plutynski (eds.), A Companion to the Philosophy of Biology, Blackwell, forthcoming.) 1. Introduction. A population is a collection of individuals of the same species that live together in a region. Population ecology is the study of populations (especially population abundance) and how they change over Size: KB. part we focus on di erent elds in biology. (e) Literature / Books We touch a lot of issues: Modeling, stochastic processes, dynamical systems and statistics. Modeling:  Murray, J.D., Mathematical Biology, Springer, ,  Edelstein-Keshet, Leah, Mathematical models in biology, McGraw-Hill, Stochastic Process.
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It integrates modeling, mathematics, and applications. Mathematical methods of population biology. [F C Hoppensteadt] -- This introduction to mathematical methods that are useful for studying population phenomena is intended for advanced undergraduate and graduate students, and will be accessible to scientists who do.
Mathematical methods of population biology. New York: Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Frank C Hoppensteadt. This book is an introduction to the principles and practice of mathematical modeling in the biological sciences, concentrating on applications in population biology, epidemiology, and resource management.
The core of the book covers models in these areas and the mathematics useful in analyzing them, including case studies representing real-life situations.5/5(2).
This textbook provides an introduction to the field of mathematical biology through the integration of classical applications in ecology with more recent applications to epidemiology, particularly in the context of spread of infectious diseases.
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It follows that d dt (C + N) = dC dt + dN dt = KN + KN = 0 and therefore C(t)+ N(t) must be constant, which we call ﬁC0ﬂ2. (we use this notation because C(0)+ N(0) ˇ C(0), if the population starts as N(0) ˇ 0).File Size: 2MB.Mathematics in Population Biology.
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