*Mathematical Modeling of Biological Systems, volume I*. 2007, with Andreas Deutsch, Lutz Brusch, Helen Byrne, Gerda de Vries

- Analysis of spatio-temporal patterns by means of empirical orthogocal functions. 1995. (In
*Spatio-Temporal Patterns in Nonequilibrium Complex Systems*) - Entropy estimation from finite samples. 2004. (In
*Unifying Themes in Complex Systems II*)

This two-volume, interdisciplinary work is a unified presentation of a broad range of
state-of-the-art topics in the rapidly growing field of mathematical modeling in the biological sciences.
Highlighted throughout both works are mathematical and computational approaches to examine
central problems in the life sciences, ranging from the organizational principles of individual cells
to the dynamics of large populations.

Volume I covers a number of areas, including:

• Cellular Biophysics

• Regulatory Networks

• Developmental Biology

• Biomedical Applications

• Data Analysis and Model Validation

Both volumes will be excellent reference texts for a broad audience of researchers, practitioners, and advanced students in this rapidly growing field at the intersection of applied mathematics, experimental biology and medicine, computational biology, biochemistry, computer science, and physics.