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Computational biology is a division of applied science that combines application of theoretical methods, mathematical modeling, and computer science to solve biological, ecological, social, and behavioral problems. In this chapter, we see some of its applications written with MATLAB code. Bacterial growth and population models are illustrated with a few examples. Then, topics including host–parasitoid models, bioinformatics, predator–prey models, and epidemic models are presented.
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