This book explains the theory and practice of order relations in such a way that no specific mathematical skill is needed to understand the advantages of this algebraization. It acts as a primer in a mathematical technique which is useful in many expanding disciplines, like genomics, techniques of decision support, and sustainability. This book is recommended to those who are interested in the interface between sciences and management.In: Innis, GS and Oa#39;Neill, RV (Ed.), System Analysis of Ecosystems. pp 197-209 Halfon E (1983) Is there a best model structure? ... Ecological Modelling 4:41-50 Halfon E, Hodson JA and Miles K (1989) An algorithm to plot Hasse diagrams on anbsp;...
|Title||:||Partial Order in Environmental Sciences and Chemistry|
|Author||:||Rainer Brüggemann, Lars Carlsen|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2006-08-31|