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Development of mathematical models of biological and ecological systems; linear and nonlinear systems analysis; stochastic modeling and random processes; model solution and analysis techniques.
Develop skills in the formulation of deterministic and statistical models describing biotic and abiotic relationships. Develop an understanding of systems approaches to describing biological systems. Develop an understanding of the analysis tools necessary to accurately simulate biological systems. This course is a foundation course in simulation modeling that provides a broad survey of applicable methodologies for modeling a broad range of biotic and abiotic relationships.
Specific learning objectives include: