## Mathematics for Dynamic ModelingThis new edition of Mathematics for Dynamic Modeling updates a widely used and highly-respected textbook. The text is appropriate for upper-level undergraduate and graduate level courses in modeling, dynamical systems, differential equations, and linear multivariable systems offered in a variety of departments including mathematics, engineering, computer science, and economics. The text features many different realistic applications from a wide variety of disciplines.The book covers important tools such as linearization, feedback concepts, the use of Liapunov functions, and optimal control. This new edition is a valuable tool for understanding and teaching a rapidly growing field. Practitioners and researchers may also find this book of interest. * Contains a new chapter on stability of dynamic models * Covers many realistic applications from a wide variety of fields in an accessible manner * Provides a broad introduction to the full scope of dynamical systems * Incorporates new developments such as new models for chemical reactions and autocatalysis * Integrates MATLAB throughout the text in both examples and illustrations * Includes a new introduction to nonlinear differential equations |

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### Contents

Simple Dynamic Models | 3 |

Ordinary Differential Equations | 15 |

Stability of Dynamic Models | 29 |

There Is a Better | 55 |

A Summary of Part 1 | 71 |

Cycles and Bifurcation | 121 |

treatment no proof of Thorns theorem on fold and cusp | 153 |

Bifurcation and Catastrophe | 170 |

Chaos | 185 |

References and a Guide to Further Readings | 207 |

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