An Investigation on Placing the Application of Mathematics at Ecological Research

 
 
 
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    This paper is committed into this group of versions in direction of arithmetic from ecology. It addresses identifying categories of engineering models sensed to the cornerstone of the the traits of this main topics research and appraisal project. Each type of scientific types is represented by references into special assessments. This characterization expects to enable Experts, scientists and also gritty people research better compared to ordinary Variety of methods and approaches from numerical demonstrating and Produce a organized strategy to Handle the use of arithmetic in ecological investigation.

     


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    ecology; .Scientific models; Isomorphic models; stationary models; descrete models.

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Article ID: 23929
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i4.39.23929




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