Peeyush Chandra, B. V. Rathish Kumar
Anshan, 2006 - Mathematics - 331 pages
In recent years, mathematics has been used in solving various real life problems. In particular, mathematical modelling plays a key role in the analysis of physiological/biological/mechanical systems. Diverse topics such as arterial blood flow, cardio-electric activity, bio-convection, gene coding, epidemic infection and body imaging can all be studied from a mathematical viewpoint. Progress in this field requires regular updated research and "Mathematical Biology" provides us with the latest developments and applications. It promotes interdisciplinary approaches to the study of biological systems using a variety of mathematical tools and numerical simulation. With 47 chapters from international contributors, this book will be a useful addition to the shelf of postgraduate medics and biologists, researchers and mathematicians with an interest outside mathematics!
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A Nonlinear Model for Analysis of Viscosity Bolus Data
Modelling Pollutant Gas Transport and Absorption in Pulmonary Airways
Numerical Simulation of Peripheral Circulation and Substance Transfer with
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