Inceptions of biomathematics from Lotka to Thom\ud

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Berg, Hugo van den;
  • Publisher: Science Reviews 2000 Ltd.
  • Subject: QA | QH

Mathematical biology occupies a special place at the interface between the physical, mathematical and life sciences. Is this interface merely a meeting point for dabblers venturing out of their own proper domains to work on problems of mutual interest? Or is it an incip... View more
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