Scherer, Philipp O.J., Fischer, Sighart F.
2010, XIII, 371p. 250 illus., 3 illus. in color.
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From the book reviews:
“This is a good text deriving formulae of interest to Biophysicists, students of mathematics, fellows, and theoretical physicists. The dynamic predicate calculus and differential forms inc. Kramer’s Rules and Theorems are defined and further developed in sequential linear theory.” (Joseph J. Grenier, Amazon.com, August, 2014)
“Biophysics is a fast growing area at the interface between physics and biology … . The book by Scherer and Fischer is a first attempt in this direction. Their effort is laudable. … The book will be a useful text for students and researchers wanting to go through the mathematical derivations in the theories presented. … this book will attract a group of applied mathematically oriented students and scholars to the exciting field of molecular biophysics.” (Hong Qian, Mathematical Reviews, Issue 2012 c)
“Intended for graduate students, Theoretical Molecular Biophysics by Philipp Scherer and Sighart Fischer grew out of a biophysics course taught by the authors in the physics department of the Technical University of Munich. … A striking feature of Theoretical Molecular Biophysics is the large number of equations relative to text … . chapters close with challenging problems whose solutions are provided at the end of the book. … The book closes with an interesting review of molecular-motor models.” (H. Richard Leuchtag, Physics Today, May, 2011)
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