New York
Berlin
Pfenninger
Stefan
Stefan Pfenninger
gw
System analysis
2016-06-18
Biological systems--Mathematical models
Imboden
Dieter M.
Dieter M. Imboden
1943
Sciences de la terre
Springer
Introduction to systems analysis.
Print version:
Environnement
Biological systems--Mathematical models
StÃ¼rchler
Nikolas
Nikolas StÃ¼rchler
This book builds an understanding of what systems are and how they can be described mathematically. In the context of natural science, this knowledge is of great importance. The intended audience are students in applied sciences such as earth and environmental science, geoecology, environmental chemistry and forestry. The focus is on the methods of modeling, with the aim to let readers develop models of their own as well as analyze the properties of models they encounter. Numerous practical examples from the environmental sciences illustrate the concepts, and exercises accompany each chapter. The book is written so as to be easily understandable and includes humorous cartoons. There is no derivation of mathematical formulas or technical description of modeling software. It does, however, require an understanding of calculus for the reader to apply the mathematical methods it introduces.
Introduction to systems analysis : mathematically modeling natural systems
en
822966057
822966057
2013
2013
Electronic books
9783642306396
364230639X