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Introduction to Modeling for Biosciences

Barnes, David J., Chu, Dominique

2010, XII, 322 p.

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From the reviews:

“The intersection of biological and computational sciences is well served by this clear, well-written, and interesting guide to the variety of methods currently being used to formulate computational models for biological systems. … the book very accessible to a wide range of readers--from students to experienced researchers--from a variety of backgrounds. … Thus, this volume is very timely. … Overall, this book is an excellent and approachable introduction to biological modeling.” (Sara Kalvala, ACM Computing Reviews, May, 2011)

 

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