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Indiana University Bloomington


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Undergraduate Program

  1. M448
    Mathematical Models and Applications II
    • 15-weeks
    • 3 credits
    • Prerequisite: None

    This course is offered through the Mathematics Department at Indiana University.

    The principal topics to be covered are linear game theory and models for growth processes. Beginning with simple models for population growth, exponential decay, and compound interest, we will proceed to more complicated growth models, including models for epidemics and growth of competing species. We go on to stochastic growth models and models for queues and finish with an introduction to simulation.