3 edition of Dynamic models in physics found in the catalog.
Dynamic models in physics
Includes bibliographical references
|Statement||Frank Potter, Charles W. Peck ; David S. Barkley, editor|
|Contributions||Peck, Charles W., 1934-, Barkley, David S|
|LC Classifications||QC52 .P67 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||89011602|
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Working with Dynamic Crop Models: Methods, Tools and Examples for Agriculture and Environment, 3e, is a complete guide to working with dynamic system models, with emphasis on models in agronomy and environmental science. The introductory section presents the foundational information for the book including the basics of system models, simulation.
An Integrated, Quantitative Introduction to the Natural Sciences. Part 1: Dynamical Models 0. Introduction A physicist’s point of view (including some more general introductory material, and notes to students).
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