Biology students will find this text useful as a summary of modern mathematical methods currently used in modelling, and furthermore, applied mathematics. A. León, J. Pozo, Model based on a quantum algorithm to study the evolution of an epidemics, Computers in Biology and Medicine, v n.3, p, March. Mathematical Models in Biology. Leah Edelstein-Keshet. My book is no longer owned by Mcgraw Hill. It has been reprinted in a low-cost paperback edition by.
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Mathematical Models in Biology
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