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BIF345 Mathematical Modeling

[3–0, 3 cr.]

This course covers different tools used for the modeling of biological systems and cellular behavior. Such models include cardiovascular diseases, population and cell growth, neuronal models, etc. Mathematical tools used in this modeling process are Ordinary Differential Equations and simple Partial Differential Equations. The course also covers interpolation and smoothing tools as well as linear equations and matrix inversion. It also covers the algorithmic aspect of the numerical solving methods.

Prerequisite: MTH201 Calculus III

Note: This course has been unavailable since 2016–2017.