Math researchers find new ways to improve the science of ‘trade-offs’
QUT researchers working on complicated problems in agriculture, ecology and medicine have developed a mathematical model to enable faster solutions.
Questions about intervention, how strong and how long, are just some of the judgment calls faced by doctors and scientists during everyday decision-making.
From crop production to chemotherapy, new research published in Journal of the Royal Society Interface, improves how to determine the ‘best’ intervention strategies.
Read the full article over on QUT’s Centre for Data Science website