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Formal Modeling and Simulation of Behavior, Evolution and Ecology GE 70 DW Sem 1 John Bragin UCLA Human Complex Systems Program In we will . . . 1
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Explore a wide variety of . . . Use computer simulations to 2
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Life’s Dynamic Systems. 3
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Wednesday, 10am to 12:50pm. Taught in a computer classroom. 4
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Concepts Methods Student Presentations 5
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No programming. Graphical User Interfaces, like video games and online virtual realities. 6
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Three examples of systems we’ll explore . . . 8
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How? 9 1st Origin of Life
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11 2nd Ecology
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13 3rd Epidemiology
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Why take this course? because . . . 15
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Computational Simulation Models capture the dynamics
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Unformatted text preview: of natural and social systems. and . . . 16 Understanding how computational simulation works is necessary for your academic and professional success in todays high tech universe. 17 In the Arts , Humanities , Social Sciences , Natural Sciences , Law, Medicine, Government, Engineering . . . 18 Formal Modeling and Simulation of Behavior, Evolution and Ecology GE 70 DW Sem 1 A Physical Science course, but you can take it for Life Science credit. 19 Formal Modeling and Simulation of Behavior, Evolution and Ecology GE 70 DW Sem 1 Thank you. John Bragin UCLA Human Complex Systems Program 20...
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