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CSCU9YM Modelling for Complex Systems Spring 2017
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Welcome to CSCU9YM: Modelling for Complex Systems

This module is about using computational techniques to model complex real-world systems and study their temporal and spatial evolution. Applications include many diverse phenomena, such as the movement of wildlife, the spread of epidemics, the growth of social networks, chemical reactions, and biological processes at the cellular level. The module covers how to model and simulate such phenomena computationally, and how to study these models using simulation experiments.

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  • The first lecture will be on Monday 16th January in 2B46 at 1400.
  • The first practical class will be on Monday 23rd January in 4X5 at 1100.
  • There are no tutorials.
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