by Alisson V. Brito
Publisher: InTech 2010
Number of pages: 300
Dynamic modelling means modelling processes or systems, which are formed by attributes changing over time. Such dynamic aspect can make these processes and systems extremely complex. Vehicles transmission and engines, reconfigurable microchips, earthquakes and the effect of diseases in organisms are some examples of complex dynamic systems modeled and presented in this book.
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