Best Books – Modeling of Biological Systems

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Modeling of Biological Systems subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Modeling of Biological Systems along with reviews.

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1. “Computational Modeling of Biological Systems: From Molecules to Pathways (Biological and Medical Physics, Biomedical Engineering)” by Nikolay V Dokholyan

“Computational Modeling of Biological Systems: From Molecules to Pathways (Biological and Medical Physics, Biomedical Engineering)” Book Review: This book provides an overview of the established computational methods used for modeling biologically and medically relevant systems.

2. “Modeling Biological Systems:: Principles and Applications” by James W Haefner
3. “Mathematical Modeling of Biological Systems, Volume I” by Andreas Deutsch and Lutz Brusch

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“Mathematical Modeling of Biological Systems, Volume I” Book Review: This book is designed for researchers, practitioners, and advanced students in this rapidly growing field at the intersection of applied mathematics, experimental biology and medicine, computational biology, biochemistry, computer science, and physics.This book presents the topics in the rapidly growing field of mathematical modeling in the biological sciences.Te topics covered are: cellular biophysics, regulatory networks, developmental biology, biomedical applications, data analysis and model validation.

4. “Mathematical Modeling of Biological Systems, Volume II” by Andreas Deutsch and Rafael Bravo de la Parra

“Mathematical Modeling of Biological Systems, Volume II” Book Review:This book is designed for researchers, practitioners, and advanced students in this rapidly growing field at the intersection of applied mathematics, experimental biology and medicine, computational biology, biochemistry, computer science, and physics.This book presents the topics in the rapidly growing field of mathematical modeling in the biological sciences.TThis book highlights mathematical and computational approaches to examine central problems in the life sciences, ranging from the organization principles of individual cells to the dynamics of large populations. The topics covered are: epidemiology, evolution and ecology, immunology, neural systems and the brain, and innovative mathematical methods and education.

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5. “Modeling Dynamic Biological Systems (Modeling Dynamic Systems)” by Bruce Hannon and Matthias Ruth

“Modeling Dynamic Biological Systems (Modeling Dynamic Systems)” Book Review:This book is designed for Ecologists.This book is a compilation of spatially explicit simulation models developed by ecologists and planners without any formal computer programming skills.

6. “Dynamics of Complex Interconnected Biological Systems (Mathematical Modeling)” by Vincent and Leslie Jennings

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“Dynamics of Complex Interconnected Biological Systems (Mathematical Modeling)” Book Review:This book contains proceedings of the U.S. Australia workshop on Complex Interconnected Biological Systems held in Albany, Western Australia January 1-5, 1989.

7. “Dynamical Systems for Biological Modeling: An Introduction (Advances in Applied Mathematics)” by Fred Brauer and Christopher Kribs

“Dynamical Systems for Biological Modeling: An Introduction (Advances in Applied Mathematics)” Book Review:This book is designed for biology and mathematics students. The book discusses a variety of biological modeling topics, including population biology, epidemiology, immunology, intraspecies competition, harvesting, predator-prey systems, structured populations.Each chapter has solved problems,exercises and examples.In addition, problems are included which go beyond the examples, both in mathematical analysis and in the development of mathematical models for biological problems, in order to encourage deeper understanding and an eagerness to use mathematics in learning about biology.

8. “Structuring Biological Systems: A Computer Modeling Approach (Neurocomputing for Modeling Complex Biological Systems Series)” by S Sitharama Iyengar

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“Structuring Biological Systems: A Computer Modeling Approach (Neurocomputing for Modeling Complex Biological Systems Series)” Book Review:This book is designed for students, researchers, biologists, chemists, engineers, research physicians, and computer scientists.This book deals with the important components of biological systems in order to develop genetic algorithms for modeling purposes.The book considers the characteristics of biological systems from the artificial intelligence point of view, examines modeling examples of complex biological systems (such as molecular level modeling, a model of renal hemodynamics, and cognitive aspects of modeling), describes the entropy-based probability distribution for modeling of environmental and biological systems, and presents a detailed analysis of modeling cancer phenomena.

9. “Introduction to Modeling Biological Cellular Control Systems” by Weijiu Liu

“Introduction to Modeling Biological Cellular Control Systems” Book Review:This book presents the concepts of modeling, simulation, analysis, and applications in dealing with biological cellular control systems. the book shows how to use the law of mass balance and the law of mass action to derive an enzyme kinetic model – the Michaelis-Menten function of the Hill function, how to use a current-voltage relation, Nernst potential equilibrium equation, and Hodgkin and Huxley’s models to model an ionic channel or pump, and how to use the law of mass balance to integrate these enzyme or channel models into a complete feedback control system. In addition, it illustrates how to use data to estimate parameters in a model, how to use MATLAB to solve a model numerically, how to do computer simulations, and how to provide model predictions.

10. “Low–Frequency Electromagnetic Modeling for Electrical and Biological Systems Using MATLAB” by Sergey N Makarov and Gregory M Noetscher

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“Low–Frequency Electromagnetic Modeling for Electrical and Biological Systems Using MATLAB” Book Review: This book is designed for electrical and biomedical engineering students and practicing researchers, engineers, and medical doctors working on low-frequency modeling and bioelectromagnetic applications.This book covers the basic concepts of computational low-frequency electromagnetics in an application-based format and hones the knowledge of these concepts with hands-on MATLAB® modules. The book is divided into five parts. Part 1 discusses low-frequency electromagnetics, basic theory of triangular surface mesh generation, and computational human phantoms. Part 2 covers electrostatics of conductors and dielectrics, and direct current flow. Linear magnetostatics is analyzed in Part 3. Part 4 examines theory and applications of eddy currents. Finally, Part 5 evaluates nonlinear electrostatics. Application examples included in this book cover all major subjects of low-frequency electromagnetic theory. In addition, this book includes complete or summarized analytical solutions to a large number of quasi-static electromagnetic problems. Each Chapter concludes with a summary of the corresponding MATLAB® modules.

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