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Serves a dual purpose: provides an introduction to the ideas underlying the mathematical modeling of physical phenomena; and in discussing the various phenomena, this course either reviews or introduces mathematical concepts and techniques. Models described chosen from diverse topics such as population dynamics, chemical reactions, fluid and solid mechanics, quantum theory, and probability. Mathematical techniques covered include advanced theory of ordinary and partial differential equations, eigenvalue problems, and linear stability theory. Enrollment restricted to graduate students or permission of instructor. The Staff
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