Published June 1995
by AIP Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Jacques Belair (Editor), Leon Glass (Editor), Uwe an Der Heiden (Editor), John Milton (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||220|
Dynamical disease mathematical analysis of human illness Published by AIP Press in Woodbury, : Dynamical disease: Identification, temporal aspects and treatment strategies of human illness / J. Belair, L. Glass, U. an der Heiden and J. Milton --Dynamic diseases in neurology and psychiatry / J. Milton and D. Black --Hiccups as a dynamical disease / W. A. Whitelaw, J.-Ph. dynamic disease: A nonspecific term referring to any symptom, complex or disease that occurs without a known organic cause; functional disorder. The gratest mathematical book I have ever read happen to be on the topic of discrete dynamical systems and this is A "First Course in Discrete Dynamical Systems" Holmgren. This books is so easy to read that it feels like very light and extremly interesting novel.
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