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Chemical Complexity via Simple Models: Modelics.


Chemical Complexity via Simple Models: Modelics

Valeriy I. Bykov, Svetlana B. Tsybenova, and Gregory Yablonsky

De Gruyter


364 pages



Looking for the simplest model to describe newly discovered critical phenomena, Bykov, Tsybenova, and Yablonsky focus on basic models that can be used as building blocks to construct mathematical models of complex chemical processes. They name these simple nonlinear models modelics. They cover how to describe complex processes using simple models: modelics, a categorization of models, basic models of chemical kinetics, thermokinetic models, models of macrokinetics, and models of population dynamics: prey-predator models. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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Title Annotation:Valeriy I. Bykov, Svetlana B. Tsybenova, and Gregory Yablonsky
Article Type:Book review
Date:Apr 1, 2018
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