Some Fundamental Issues of Mathematical Simulation in Biology
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Some directions of simulation in biology leading to original formulations of mathematical problems are overviewed. Two of them are discussed in detail: the correct solvability of first-order linear equations with unbounded coefficients and the construction of a reaction–diffusion equation with nonlinear diffusion for a model of genetic wave propagation.
Keywordsoverview evolutionary optimality correlation adaptometry structured systems reaction–diffusion equations leader selection genetic waves
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