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The development and application of computer simulation models to biological systems

Armstrong, John Stanley


Biological systems are generally complex and he interrelations which describe the system response are difficult to determine. Consequently, the construction of a model of such a system usually involves considerable abstraction. The recent advances in the computing field, notably in the speed of operation, storage space and specialised simulation languages, do relieve some of the difficulty in making models of biological systems. The labour of numerical calculation is removed and a broader...[Show more]

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Date published: 1969
Type: Thesis (Masters sub-thesis)


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