12 edition of An introduction to mathematical physiology and biology found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -224) and index.
|Series||Cambridge studies in mathematical biology ;, 15|
|LC Classifications||QP33.6.M36 M39 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 226 p. :|
|Number of Pages||226|
|ISBN 10||0521641101, 0521646758|
|LC Control Number||99010173|
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All students of mathematical biology will find this book to be a highly useful resource. About the Author Professor Mazumdar is an Adjunct Professor in the School of Mathematical Sciences as well as in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering of the University of by: By contrast, most models in mathematical biology are developed ad hoc to describe a single series of experiments.
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Volumes published are listed at the end of the book. Springer New York Berlin Heidelberg Barcelona Hong Kong London Milan Paris Singapore Tokyo. J.D. Murray Mathematical Biology I. An Introduction Third Edition With Illustrations 1 Springer. J.D. Murray, FRS Emeritus Professor University of Oxford and University of Washington Box Reviews from first edition: Keener and Sneyd's Mathematical Physiology is the first An introduction to mathematical physiology and biology book text of its kind that deals exclusively with the interplay between mathematics and physiology.
Writing a book like this is an audacious act. -Society of Mathematical Biology Keener and Sneyd's is unique in that it attempts to present one of the. 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 ODEs.
The first half of the book introduces the reader to the mathematical tool kit needed to formulate models and to solve or characterize their behavior.
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Mathematical physiology, with the consequent number of exercises given at the end of each chapter, could be used in particular for a full-year course in mathematical physiology. It is also suitable for researchers and graduate students in applied mathematics, bioengineering and physiology.” (Fabien Crauste, Mathematical Reviews, Issue b).
About one-third of the book is devoted to topics in physiology, and two-thirds to a variety of other loosely related subjects in mathematical biology. The first two-thirds of the book range from dimensional analysis to biogeography and epidemiology, passing through diffusion processes in biology, population dynamics, epidemiology and.
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There has been a long history of interaction between mathematics and physiology. This book looks in detail at a wide selection of mathematical models in physiology, showing how physiological problems can be formulated and studied mathematically, and how such models give rise to interesting and challenging mathematical questions.
Mathematical Physiology provides an introduction into physiology using the tools and perspectives of mathematical modeling and analysis. It describes ways in which mathematical theory may be used to give insights into physiological questions and how physiological questions can in turn lead to new mathematical problems.
This book demonstrates the important role mathematics plays in the study of some biological problems. It introduces mathematicians to the biological sciences and provides enough mathematics for bioscientists to appreciate the utility of the modelling approach.
An Introduction to Mathematical Modeling in Physiology, Cell Biology, and. Book Description. Mathematical Physiology provides an introduction into physiology using the tools and perspectives of mathematical modeling and analysis.
It describes ways in which mathematical theory may be used to give insights into physiological questions and how physiological questions can in turn lead to new mathematical problems. This textbook is concerned with the mathematical modelling of biological and physiological phenomena for mathematically sophisticated students.
A range of topics are discussed: diffusion population dynamics, autonomous differential equations and the stability of ecosystems, biogeography, pharmokinetics, biofluid mechanics, cardiac mechanics Author: J.
Mazumdar. For the most part, however, this book will focus on mathematical models, that is, representations of physiological reality that are expressed in the form of mathematical equations. The aim of this chapter is to show what is meant by a model, the variety of models, why modeling, and the nature of the modeling process.
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Book Summary: The title of this book is An Introduction to Mathematical Physiology and Biology (Cambridge Studies in Mathematical Biology) and it was written by J.
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