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Publication Date: 1988
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies
The major aim of this book is to present instances of interaction between two major disciplines, biology and mathematics. The goal has been that of addressing a fairly wide audience. Biology students will find this text useful as a summary of modern mathematical methods currently used in modelling, and furthermore, applied mathematics students may benefit from examples of applications of mathematics to real-life problems. As little background as possible has been assumed throughout the book: prerequisites are basic calculus so that undergraduate students, as well as beginning graduate students, will find most of the material accessible.Leah Edelstein-Keshet is the author of 'Mathematical Models In Biology', published 1988 under ISBN 9780075549505 and ISBN 0075549506.