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Modelling is a crucial part of today's science. Particularly in agronomy, ecology and environmental sciences, where models are used for assessing sensitivity of systems to disturbances or changes in external factors, and for predictions of future system states.
This course provides an introduction to modelling with a focus on systems analysis using dynamic simulation models.
|Course Frequency||Every two years|
|Prerequisites||Basic knowledge of mathematics, in particular basic algebra, vector and matrix algebra, differentiation, integration and differential equations|
|Intended credits||3.0 ECTS|
|Course organisation||The C.T. de Wit Graduate School for Production Ecology and Resource Conservation (PE&RC)|
|More information||Course website|