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This text fills a niche between a calculus-based probability course and a stochastic processes course typically taken by upper undergraduate students. While Markov processes are touched on in probability courses, this book offers the opportunity to concentrate on the topic when additional study is required. It discusses how Markov processes are applied in a number of fields, including economics, physics, and mathematical biology.

Provides introduction to analysis of real-valued functions of one variable. This text is for a student's first abstract mathematics course. Writing style is less formal and material presented in a way such that the student can develop an intuition for the subject and acquire some experience in constructing proofs. The slower pace of the subject and the attention given to examples are meant to ease the student's transition from computational to... more...

Essential for all biology and biomathematics courses, this textbook provides students with a fresh perspective of quantitative techniques in biology in a field where virtually any advance in the life sciences requires a sophisticated mathematical approach. An Invitation to Biomathematics, expertly written by a team of experienced educators, offers students a solid understanding of solving biological problems with mathematical applications. This text... more...