Mathematical Problems in Biology

Victoria Conference

  • Pauline van den Driessche

Part of the Lecture Notes in Biomathematics book series (LNBM, volume 2)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages N1-VI
  2. J. J. Blum, J. Lubliner
    Pages 8-28
  3. Colin W. Clark
    Pages 29-45
  4. J. D. Cowan
    Pages 46-46
  5. Roger I. C. Hansell, Ezio Marchi
    Pages 66-72
  6. U. G. Haussmann
    Pages 73-82
  7. Frank Hoppensteadt
    Pages 96-101
  8. Clark Jeffries
    Pages 123-131
  9. Nicholas D. Kazarinoff
    Pages 132-138
  10. William Knight
    Pages 139-139
  11. William Knight, Albert V. Tyler
    Pages 140-140
  12. Simon Kochen
    Pages 141-142
  13. Elinor Miller Levy
    Pages 143-145
  14. J. E. Lewis, Thomas Rogers
    Pages 146-151
  15. Donald Ludwig
    Pages 152-154
  16. Peter D. M. Macdonald
    Pages 155-163
  17. Grove C. Nooney
    Pages 165-165
  18. E. C. Pielou
    Pages 184-204
  19. John W. Prothero
    Pages 205-205
  20. David J. Rapport, James E. Turner
    Pages 206-210
  21. Charles E. Smith, H. C. Tuckwell
    Pages 211-225
  22. Arthur T. Winfree
    Pages 241-260
  23. P. Rajagopal
    Pages 261-268
  24. G. F. Estabrook, Richard C. Hertzberg
    Pages 269-272
  25. George W. Swan
    Pages 273-280

About these proceedings


A conference on "Some Mathematical Problems in Biology" was held at the University of Victoria, Victoria, B. C. , Canada, from May 7 - 10, 1973. The participants and invited speakers were mathematicians interested in problems of a biological nature, and scientists actively engaged in developing mathematical models in biological fields. One aim of the conference was to attempt to assess what the recent rapid growth of mathematical interaction with the biosciences has accomplished and may accomplish in the near future. The conference also aimed to expose the problems of communication bet~",een mathematicians and biological scientists, and in doing so to stimulate the interchange of ideas. It was recognised that the topic spans an enormous breadth, and little attempt was made to balance the very diverse areas. Widespread active interest was shown in the conference, and just over one hundred people registered. The varied departments and institutions across North America from which the participants came made it both academically and geographically mixed. The chief activity of the conference was the presentation of papers. Nine invited guest speakers (see table of contents) each gave a one hour talk. These covered a wide range of topics. There were twenty-five shorter (twenty minute) contributed papers, and almost all papers l,rere followed by a five minute question and discussion period. Duplicated abstracts of presented papers were available at the meeting. An evening informal discussion meeting of participants, chaired by Dr. A. B. Tayler, and led by Drs. E. M. Hagmeier, E. C.


Derivation Finite biology calculus dynamics equation function mathematics

Editors and affiliations

  • Pauline van den Driessche
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of MathematicsUniversity of VictoriaVictoriaCanada

Bibliographic information

  • DOI
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1974
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-540-06847-1
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-45455-4
  • Series Print ISSN 0341-633X
  • Buy this book on publisher's site