How Does Biology affect Mathematics?
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|Louis J. Gross, University of Tennessee|
|Four examples of fields of mathematics that have been developed in part due to the biological underpinnings: Chaos Theory; Reaction diffusion equations; Genetic algorithms; and Neural Nets. A 1999 Math Awareness Month theme essay, with links to sites offering more information on this subject.|
|Levels:||High School (9-12), College|
|Math Topics:||Partial Differential Equations, Chaos, Biology|
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