Mathematical Modeling: Branching Beyond Calculus reveals the versatility of mathematical modeling. The authors present the subject in an attractive manner and flexibley manner. Students will discover that the topic not only focuses on math, but biology, engineering, and both social and physical sciences.
The book is written in a way to meet the needs of any modeling course. Each chapter includes examples, exercises, and projects offering opportunities for more in-depth investigations into the world of mathematical models. The authors encourage students to approach the models from various angles while creating a more complete understanding. The assortment of disciplines covered within the book and its flexible structure produce an intriguing and promising foundation for any mathematical modeling course or for self-study.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Modeling Concepts, Visualization, and Interpretation
Chapter 2 Modeling with Calculus
Chapter 3 Modeling with Linear Algebra
Chapter 4 Modeling with Differential Equations
Chapter 5 Additional Topics in Modeling