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Mathematical Modeling I - preliminary

Mathematical Modeling I - preliminary

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Author: Hao Wang

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Mathematical modeling is the most effective bridge connecting mathematics and many disciplines such as physics, biology, computer science, engineering, and social sciences. A mathematical model, which is a mathematical description of a real system, can potentially help to explain a system, to uncover the underlying mechanisms via hypotheses and data fitting, to examine the effects of different components, and to make predictions.

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