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Course# BIO-341: Dynamical systems in biology

Summary

Ce cours introduit les systèmes dynamiques pour modéliser des réseaux biologiques simples. L'analyse qualitative de modèles dynamiques non-linéaires est développée de pair avec des simulations numériques. L'accent est mis sur les exemples biologiques.

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