Mathematics 466:

Dynamic Modeling (4.0 units)

Formulation and study of models arising in population dynamics, growth of plankton, pollution of rivers, highway traffic, morphogenesis and tidal dynamics: stability, oscillations, bifurcations, chaos. The lab will consist of computer simulation of models using commercially available software.
  • Prerequisite: 1 from (MATH 225 or MATH 245)
  • Note: Register for lecture and discussion
SectionSessionTypeTimeDaysRegisteredInstructorLocationSyllabusInfo
39675D001Lecture10:00-10:50amMWF27 of 40Cymra HaskellWPH207notesession dates
39676D001Discussion9:00-9:50amTue, Thu27 of 40KAP163session dates
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