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This book is highly motivating for practical workers because only those mathematical techniques are offered for which there is an application in the life sciences.
The reader will find it Author: Edward Batschelet. #Bulletin of Mathematical Biology#1 "For research workers in the biomedical field who feel a need for freshening up their knowledge in mathematics, but so far have always been frustrated by either too formal or too boring textbooks, there is now exactly what they would like to have: an easy to read introduction.
This book is highly motivating. This book is primarily designed as a textbook for an introductory course. Life scientists may also use it as a reference to find mathematical methods suitable to their research problems.
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Berlin, New York, Springer-Verlag, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Edward Batschelet. The basic premise of this book is that there is a lot of mathematics that is useful in some life science context and can be understood by people with a limited background in calculus, provided it is presented at an appropriate level and connected to life science ideas.
This is a mathematics book, but it is intended for non-mathematicians. Math. From the reviews: " Here we have a book which we can wholeheartedly suggest. The mathematics is sound and pared to essentials; the examples are an impressive, well-chosen selection from the biomathematics literature, and the problem sets provide both useful exercises and some fine introductions to the art of modeling Batschelet has written an introduction to biomathematics which is.
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The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. I would totally recomend this book. Unlike other books that are intended to be helpful for life scientists, i consider this book really useful if you are, for exaple a biologist, not only because it includes many good biological examples but unlike other maths books, every chapter is very clearly explained.5/5(4).
papers - very useful. I would recommend this book to any life scientist as a basic reference work; it has served me very well for more than 35 years. Introduction to Mathematics for Life Scientists (Springer Study Edition) Mathematics for Finance: An Introduction to Financial Engineering (Springer Undergraduate Mathematics Series) Mathematics.
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