|Statement||Edited by M. S. Bartlett [and] R. W. Hiorns.|
|Contributions||Bartlett, M. S. ed., Hiorns, R. W., ed., Institute of Mathematics and Its Applications., Institute of Biology.|
|LC Classifications||QL752 .C66 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 347 p.|
|Number of Pages||347|
|LC Control Number||73001468|
The chapters of this book cover a wide range of mathematical methods and biological applications. They - explain the process of mathematical modelling of biological systems with many examples, - introduce advanced methods from dynamical systems theory. , English, Book, Illustrated edition: The Mathematical theory of the dynamics of biological populations II: based on the proceedings of a conference on the mathematical theory of the dynamics of biological populations held in Oxford, 1st-3rd July, / organised by The Institute of Mathematics and Its Applications ; edited by R.W. Hiorns, D. Cooke. In the book about Dynamics of Biological Systems the mathematical topics are developed based on the biological problem at hand. The questions are motivated through biological or medical processes and the relevance of the results to biology is a central focus of the analysis. "Mathematics in Population Biology provides a rigorous mathematical treatment of a wide variety of [models]. The attention to mathematical details is emphasized much more in this book than in many other popular mathematical biology textbooks and will be of particular interest to mathematicians.
Modeling Life: The Mathematics of Biological Systems. Alan Garfinkel, Jane Shevtsov, Yina Guo. This book develops the mathematical tools essential for students in the life sciences to describe interacting systems and predict their behavior. From predator-prey populations in an ecosystem, to hormone regulation within the body, the natural world. Abdelghani Bellouquid, Marcello Delitala. This book describes the evolution of several socio-biological systems using mathematical kinetic theory. Specifically, it deals with modeling and simulations of biological systems—comprised of large populations of interacting cells—whose dynamics follow the rules of mechanics as well as rules governed by. The basic types of biological interactions are analysed: consumer-resource, prey-predation, competition and mutualism. proaches use extensively techniques of the qualitative theory of dynamical systems. Mathematical Models in Population Dynamics and Ecology 5 Fig. 1. Evolution of the doubling time of the world population. Population Dynamics Populations grow in size when the birth rate exceeds the death rate. Thomas Malthus, in An Essay on the Principle of Population (), used unchecked population growth to famously predict a global famine unless governments regulated family size—an idea later echoed by Mainland China’s one-child policy. The reading of.
About this book Introduction With his first demographic papers in and (the latter co authored with F. R. Sharpe) he laid the foundations for stable population theory, and over the next decades both largely completed it and found convenient mathematical . The mathematical theory of the dynamics of biological populations II: based on the proceedings of a conference on The Mathematical Theory of the Dynamics of Biological Populations organised by the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications and held in Oxford, 1st-3rd July, Get this from a library! The Mathematical theory of the dynamics of biological populations II: based on the proceedings of a conference on the mathematical theory of the dynamics of biological populations held in Oxford, 1st-3rd July, [R W Hiorns; D Cooke; Institute of Mathematics . Mathematical theory of age-structured population dynamics by Mimmo Iannelli, , Giardini editori e stampatori edition, in English.