Mathematical model

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Mathematical model

A mathematical representation of concepts that describes a system through a series of equations relating variables of the system. Many disciplines use mathematical models, including, but not limited to, physics, biology, psychology, and finance.
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Mathematical modeling and the inference based on models, although they provide the central method of investigation in science, are subject to epistemic questions, criticisms, and claims related to ontology, causality, truth, and trustworthiness.
5) Mathematical modeling of the cure of EPDM rubbers and their resistance to liquids.
Another important mathematical modeling problem in physical metrology is fitting a system of ordinary differential equations (ODEs) to a set of observed time series data which are corrupted by measurement errors.
Since implementing mathematical modeling, Security Plastics manually inspects parts only once a day to verify the mathematical modeling technique's accuracy.
Extensively class-tested to ensure an accessible presentation, An Introduction to Mathematical Modeling is an excellent book for courses on introductory mathematical modeling and statistical mechanics at the upper-undergraduate and graduate levels.
For now, mathematical modeling may be the best way to gain insight into the duration of immune memory, says Derek Smith, a computational biologist at the University of Cambridge in England.
The relational database uses mathematical modeling to calculate an exposure opportunity index for a military unit or a location on any date during the war.
MATLAB Supports Teaching Curriculum and Student Teams in National Mathematical Modeling Contest
Mathematical modeling with multidisciplinary applications.
The strategic initiative is the world s first collaborative effort that marries non-mathematical heuristic modeling with mathematical modeling designed to increase the success rates of drug discovery and formulation development by pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries.
All courses were obtained with the using mathematical modeling in the EMTP-ATP and verified by real experiments in the medium voltage system Power Station Detmarovice.
In short, mathematical modeling is no more and no less than a tool to support clear thinking.

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