Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations: Proceedings of the 13th Dundee Conference 1996, Volume 5
These conference proceedings include papers by a number of experts with a common interest in differential equations and their application in physical and biological systems. Topics covered include direct and inverse electromagnetic scattering techniques, spatial epidemic models, wound healing, chemotaxis and reaction-diffusion equations, dynamics and stability of thin liquid films, and a contemporary formulation of symmetric linear differential equations.
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