Official Description: Lecture—3 hours. Prerequisite: Mathematics 16C or 21C or the equivalent. Mathematical methods used in population biology. Linear and nonlinear difference equation and differential equation models are studied, using stability analysis and qualitative methods. Partial differential equation models are introduced. Applications to population biology models are stressed. (Same course as Population Biology 231.)—I. Hastings
Instructors: Alan Hastings
Other info and comments: Course web page. Offered every fall.
Software used: XPP, but used minimally.