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Lotka, Alfred James

(1880 - 1949) - chemist, demographer, ecologist and mathematician who formulated the Lotka-Volterra equations of predator/prey interaction. He was called 'the father of mathematical demography'. Of Lotka's many publications the two best known are the Theorie analytique des associations biologiques (1939) that provides the basis of modern mathematical demography, and Elements of mathematical Biology (1925) that looks at the whole of the living world from a physico-chemical perspective.(the first book on mathematical biology)

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Alfred Lotka Life, Major publications
Lotka-Volterra Predation Model

Books
Analytical Theory of Biological Populations (The Plenum Series on Demographic Methods and Population Analysis) by Alfred J. Lotka
The Money Value of a Man (Public Health in America Series). by Louis I. Dublin, Alfred J. Lotka
Elements of Mathematical Biology by A.J. Lotka
Global Dynamical Properties of Lotka-Volterra Systems by Y. Takeuchi

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