
Lecture 1: Introduction. (September 10)
Lecture 2: Mathematica notation. (September 10)
Lecture 3: Constructing a model. (September 15)
Lecture 4: One variable Models: Exponential growth. (September 15 and 17)
Lecture 5: One variable Models: Logistic growth. (September 17)
Lecture 6: One variable Models: Selection. (September 22)
Lecture 7: Methods of Analysis. I. Graphing. (September 24)
Lecture 8: Methods of Analysis. II. Equilibria. (September 29)
Lecture 9: Methods of Analysis. III. Stability (Local). (October 1 and 6)
Lecture 10: Methods of Analysis. III. Stability (Global). (October 6)
Lecture 11: Methods of Analysis. IV. General Solutions. (October 8)
Lecture 12: Applications of Theory (October 8 and 13)
Lecture 13: Putting all this together  Methylation Levels (October 13)
EXAMPLES & REVIEW (October 15)
MIDTERM (October 20)
Lecture 14: Introduction to Matrices (October 22 and 27)
Lecture 15: Using Matrices to Analyse Linear Equations (October 29)
Lecture 16: Solving Linear Equations: Methylation Levels (Oct. 29 and Nov. 3)
Lecture 17: Solving Linear Equations: Red Blood Cell Count (November 3)
Lecture 18: Solving Linear Equations: Introduction to Demography (November 5 and 10)
Lecture 19: Analysing NonLinear Equations: LotkaVolterra Model of Competition (November 12)
Lecture 20: Local Stability Analysis: LotkaVolterra Model of Competition (November 17)
Lecture 21: Analysing NonLinear Equations: Spread of Disease (November 19)
Lecture 22: Introduction to Probability Theory (November 24)
Lecture 23: Discrete Probability Distributions (November 26)
Lecture 24: Probability Theory: The Coalescent Process (Example)
Lecture 25: Continuous Probability Distributions (December 1)
Lecture 26: Probability Theory: Fixation Probability (Example)
EXAMPLES & REVIEW December 3
PRELIMINARY PROJECT (preliminary question and equations or diagram) DUE November 26
FINAL PROJECT DUE December 3
EXAMS December 222
Note: Schedule is tentative and subject to change.
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