04320nmm a2200385 u 4500001001200000003002700012005001700039007002400056008004100080020001800121100003300139245022200172250001700394260006300411300003100474505143000505653002401935653002801959653002601987653001302013653001902026653003202045653004302077653001702120653001702137653002702154700003002181710003402211041001902245989003802264490003602302856007202338082000802410520151602418EB000660628EBX0100000000000000051371000000000000000.0cr|||||||||||||||||||||140122 ||| eng a97836424569231 aBusenberg, Stavrose[editor]00aDifferential Equations Models in Biology, Epidemiology and EcologyhElektronische RessourcebProceedings of a Conference held in Claremont California, January 13–16, 1990cedited by Stavros Busenberg, Mario Martelli a1st ed. 1991 aBerlin, HeidelbergbSpringer Berlin Heidelbergc1991, 1991 aIX, 267 pbonline resource0 aMathematical Biology -- The Problem of Relevant Detail -- Lifespans in Population Models: Using Time Delays -- Convergence to Equilibria in General Models of Unilingual-Bilingual Interactions -- The Sherman-Rinzel-Keizer Model for Bursting Electrical Activity in the Pancreatic ??-Cell -- Epidemiology -- Models for the Spread of Universally Fatal Diseases II -- Nonexistence of Periodic Solutions for a Class of Epidemiological Models -- On the Solution of the Two-Sex Mixing Problem -- Modelling the Effects of Screening in HIV Transmission Dynamics -- An S?E?I Epidemic Model with Varying Population Size -- Stability Change of the Endemic Equilibrium in Age-Structured Models for the Spread of S-I-R Type Infectious Diseases -- Ecology and Population Dynamics -- A Mathematical Model for the Dynamics of a Phytoplankton Population -- Some Delay Models for Juvenile vs. Adult Competition -- McKendrick Von Foerster Models for Patch Dynamics -- Generic Failure of Persistence and Equilibrium Coexistence in a Model of m-species Competition in an n-vessel Gradostat when m > n -- Boundedness of Solutions in Neutral Delay Predator-Prey and Competition Systems -- Some Examples of Nonstationary Populations of Constant Size -- Coexistence in Competition-Diffusion Systems -- Population Interactions with Growth Rates Dependent on Weighted Densities -- Global Stability in a Population Model with Dispersal and Stage Structure aApplied mathematics aEngineering mathematics aMathematical analysis aAnalysis aBiomathematics aApplications of Mathematics aMathematical and Computational Biology aEpidemiology aEpidemiology aAnalysis (Mathematics)1 aMartelli, Marioe[editor]2 aSpringerLink (Online service)07aeng2ISO 639-2 bSBAaSpringer Book Archives -20040 aLecture Notes in Biomathematics uhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-45692-3?nosfx=yxVerlag3Volltext0 a519 aThe past forty years have been the stage for the maturation of mathematical biolo~ as a scientific field. The foundations laid by the pioneers of the field during the first half of this century have been combined with advances in ap plied mathematics and the computational sciences to create a vibrant area of scientific research with established research journals, professional societies, deep subspecialty areas, and graduate education programs. Mathematical biology is by its very nature cross-disciplinary, and research papers appear in mathemat ics, biology and other scientific journals, as well as in the specialty journals devoted to mathematical and theoretical biology. Multiple author papers are common, and so are collaborations between individuals who have academic bases in different traditional departments. Those who seek to keep abreast of current trends and problems need to interact with research workers from a much broader spectrum of fields than is common in the traditional mono-culture disciplines. Consequently, it is beneficial to have occasions which bring together significant numbers of workers in this field in a forum that encourages the exchange of ideas and which leads to a timely publication of the work that is presented. Such an occasion occurred during January 13 to 16, 1990 when almost two hun dred research workers participated in an international conference on Differential Equations and Applications to Biology and Population Dynamics which was held in Claremont