| Eric Renshaw - Mathematics - 2015 - 664 pages
The vast majority of random processes in the real world have no memory - the next step in their development depends purely on their current state. Stochastic realizations are ... | |
| Eric Renshaw - History - 2012 - 127 pages
The falls of the Big Sioux River were formed 14,000 years ago, at the end of the last ice age, as melting ice eroded a channel down to the bedrock, revealing an abundance of ... | |
| David Brown, Peter Rothery - Science - 1993 - 688 pages
An accessible, integrated treatment of mathematical models in biology, the statistical techniques for fitting & testing them, & associated computer methods. Properties of ... | |
| J.C. Frauenthal - Mathematics - 2012 - 186 pages
The text of this monograph represents the author's lecture notes from a course taught in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Statistics at the State University of New ... | |
| Maurice Stevenson Bartlett - Mathematics - 1960 - 90 pages
Introductory remarks on the scope of this monography; Ecological frequency distributions for single species; Birth-and-death processes, and the problem of extinction; Growth ... | |
| Norman T. J. Bailey - Mathematics - 1990 - 264 pages
Develops an introductory and relatively simple account of the theory and application of the evolutionary type of stochastic process. Professor Bailey adopts the heuristic ... | |
| N. F. Britton - Mathematics - 2003 - 335 pages
This self-contained introduction to mathematical biology is written for students with a mathematical background. It sets the subject in its historical context, but guides the ... | |
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