Structured equations in biology
Ce cours sera disponible en télé-enseignement et l’évaluation se fera par contrôle réparti (devoir personnels et partiel, pas d’examen final).
Since the celebrated Kermack-McKendrick model for epidemiology and the age structured equation , numerous strucured equations have been introduced in order to describe various phenomenon as size distribution, cell receptor repartition, neuron voltage and conductances… One can consider physiological parameters (that change along the organism life) or phrnotypican (inherited at birth). To study such models requires specific tools that we are going to present
- eigen-elements and the Krein-Rutman theorem
- generalized relative entropy
- asymptotic methods
- the Doeblin method
Through some examples, which we will try to relate to other courses of mathematics for biology, we will also treat
- Structured in mathematical epidemiology
- discretisation et and numerical methods
- singular perturbation and singular problems
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