- Only book to provide a synthesis of complex biology, quantitative analysis, space technology and practical applications, focused on solving real epidemiological problems on a global scale
- Broad scope, with methods relevant to subjects ranging from biodiversity to public health
- Practical advice on relevant courses
- 24 pages of colour plates
Randolph, Sarah E.
Rogers, David F.
<p> <b>David F. Rogers</b>, Ph.D., is the author of two computer graphics classics, <i>Mathematical Elements for Computer Graphics and Procedural Elements for Computer Graphics</i>, as well as works on fluid dynamics. His early research on the use of B-splines and NURBS for dynamic manipulation of ship hull surfaces led to significant commercial and scientific advances in a number of fields. Founder and former director of the Computer Aided Design/Interactive Graphics Group at the U.S. Naval Academy, Dr. Rogers was an original member of the USNA's Aerospace Engineering Department. He sits on the editorial boards of <i>The Visual Computer and Computer Aided Design</i> and serves on committees for SIGGRAPH, Computer Graphics International, and other conferences.