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Eggleton '71 revisited

Abstract:

The use of mathematical and computational models to explore, analyze and predict the behavior of biological systems is rarely successful and widely mistrusted. This is in part due to the naive assumption that methods which are conspicuously successful in the physical sciences, will work equally well in biology. It appears, instead, that useful biological models require relatively little applied mathematics, but very much more investment in software engineering. Some of the technologies, such ...

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Cannon, RC More by this author
Volume:
229
Pages:
15-20
Publication date:
2001
URN:
uuid:bb54fde8-0c35-4b20-a787-31fd9fa4dfed
Source identifiers:
30920
Local pid:
pubs:30920
ISBN:
1-58381-061-7

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