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Mathematics - Algebra | Evolution Algebras and their Applications (Reviews)

Evolution Algebras and their Applications

Series: Lecture Notes in Mathematics, Vol. 1921

Tian, Jianjun Paul

2008, XI, 133 p.

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"The book introduces a new class of nonassociative algebras, called evolution algebras, and discusses in detail many applications of evolution algebras in stochastic processes and genetics. … The book under review is suitable both for graduate students and researchers with interest in the theoretical biology, genetics, Markov process, graph theory, and nonassociative algebras and their applications. The text contains a clear, detailed and self-contained exposition of evolution algebras."(Fouad Zitan, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1136 (14), 2008)



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