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Dynamic Modeling by Bruce Hannon

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Written in English


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Computer models offer a means of interpreting and analyzing the dynamics of real-world systems ranging from population growth to ozone depletion and a new section on modeling in genetics. Dynamic Modeling introduces an approach to modeling that makes it a more practical, intuitive endeavor. The book enables readers to convert their understanding of a phenomenon to a computer model, and then to run the model and let it yield the inevitable dynamic consequences built into the structure of the model. Dynamic Modeling uses STELLA software to develop simulation models. Part I provides an introduction to modeling dynamic systems. Part II offers general methods for modeling. Parts III through VIII apply these methods to model real-world phenomena from chemistry, genetics, ecology, economics, and engineering. Dynamic Modeling offers a clear, approachable introduction to the modeling process, and will be of interest in any field where real problems can be illuminated by computer simulation.

Edition Notes

Statementby Bruce Hannon, Matthias Ruth
SeriesModeling Dynamic Systems, Modeling dynamic systems
ContributionsRuth, Matthias
LC ClassificationsQA76.9.C65
The Physical Object
Format[electronic resource] /
Pagination1 online resource (xviii, 410 p.)
Number of Pages410
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27033473M
ISBN 101461265606, 1461302110
ISBN 109781461265603, 9781461302117

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