Michael Conrad (biologist)

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Michael Conrad
Born 1941
Died 2000
Nationality American
Scientific career
Fields
  • Theoretical biology
  • Computer science
Institutions Wayne State University

Michael Earl Conrad (1941–2000) was an American theoretical biologist.[1] He was a professor of computer science at Wayne State University.[2] His book Adaptability (1983) has been very influential in theoretical biology.[3]

References

  1. ^ Obituary in IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation 5(1), 2001.
  2. ^ Obituary
  3. ^ Robert Rosen 1986. [Review.] Bulletin of Mathematical Biology 48(5/6): 701–703.


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