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## Applied category theory?

Category is a most abstract mathematical notion, which, however, found its way to computer science and physics, for example. Here is an attempt to present the category theory for a broader audience. Abstract: There are many books designed to introduce … Continue reading

## Mathematical Tools for Understanding Infectious Disease Dynamics

by Odo Diekmann, Hans Heesterbeek, and Tom Britton. I already had a very short announcement about this book. Now I had a chance to look through it and here are my two … Continue reading

## Dynamical systems and models in biology

In 2010 we published the book “Dynamical systems and models in biology.” The book is in Russian. Here is the contents of the book, translated into English, with very short commentaries: Contents