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AMATH 422/522
Computational Modeling of Biological Systems

Fundamental models that arise in biology and their analysis through modern scientific computing. Discrete and continuous-time dynamics, in deterministic and stochastic settings, with applications from molecular biology to neuroscience to population dynamics. Statistical analysis of experimental data. MATLAB or R programming taught from scratch.

Prerequisites:



Either a course in differential equations or permission of the instructor


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