# Topics In Mathematical Modeling Tung Pdf

Linkto the Department course page which includes otherpertinenent information.
1. The first unit we will cover is from
A Coursein Mathematical Biology,by Gerda de Vries, Thomas Hillen, Mark Lewis, Johannes Muller andBirgitt Schonfisch; Chapter 1 and 2 are here in two separate pdfs: Part 1, Part II
2. The next unit is on basic models for calculating interest taken fromK.K. Tung's book Topics in Mathematical Modeling.Here is the pdf: Interestchapter
3. Here is a chapter on MarkovChains.The first 15 pages or so cover material and examples that we did inclass. You should also be able to follow most of section 11.3 whichstarts on page 433 of the chapter. There are many great problems inthis chapter.
4. The next section is on data fitting methods. The following is from A First Course in Mathematical Modeling, byFrank Giordano, William Fox, Steven Horton andMaurice Weir: Part I, Part II
5. Here are two chapters on Standard Error (Chap 17) and Hypothesis Testing (Chap 26) taken from Statistics by David Feedman, Robert Pisani and Roger Purves .

6. This section is on dimensional analysis again using a chapter from Giordano et.al. Part I, Part II
7. The last section is on Hamiltonian systems in the plane. Here are some notes.

### Topics In Mathematical Modeling Kk Tung Pdf ### Topics In Mathematical Modeling Kk Tung Pdf ### Topics In Mathematical Modeling K. K. Tung Pdf  2.4 Predictions of the Model 35 2.5 Complications and Modifications 36 2.6 The Fourth Fractal Dimension of Life 38 2.7 Zipf's Law of Human Language, of the Size of Cities, and Email 39 2.8 The World Wide Web and the Actor's Network 42 2.9 Mathematical Modeling of Citation Network and the Web 44 2.10 Exercises 47 Modeling Change One Step at a Time. .Prices in US\$ apply to orders placed in the Americas only. Prices in GBP apply to orders placed in Great Britain only. Prices in € represent the retail prices valid in Germany (unless otherwise indicated). Chapter Title: Fibonacci Numbers, the Golden Ratio, and Laws of Nature? Book Title: Topics in Mathematical Modeling Book Author(s): TUNG K. Published by: Princeton University Press Stable URL: JSTOR is a not-for-profit service that helps scholars, researchers, and students discover, use, and build upon a wide range of content in a trusted digital archive. The only prerequisite is Math 213 (Linear Algebra with ODE's), though some prior experience with computer programming would be helpful. Textbook The textbook is Topics in Mathematical Modeling by K. We plan to cover essentially the entire book. Homework There will be a weekly homework assignment, usually due on Fridays.