Fractional Equations and Models

Theory and Applications

; Zivorad Tomovski

Serie: Developments in Mathematics 61

Fractional equations and models play an essential part in the description of anomalous dynamics in complex systems. Recent developments in the modeling of various physical, chemical and biological systems have clearly shown that fractional calculus is not just an exotic mathematical theory, as it might have once seemed. Les mer
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Fractional equations and models play an essential part in the description of anomalous dynamics in complex systems. Recent developments in the modeling of various physical, chemical and biological systems have clearly shown that fractional calculus is not just an exotic mathematical theory, as it might have once seemed. The present book seeks to demonstrate this using various examples of equations and models with fractional and generalized operators. Intended for students and researchers in mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology and engineering, it systematically offers a wealth of useful tools for fractional calculus.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Introduction: Mittag-Leffler and Other Related Functions.- Generalized Differential and Integral Operators.- Cauchy Type Problems.- Fractional Diffusion and Fokker-Planck Equations.- Fractional Wave Equations.- Generalized Langevin Equation.- Fractional Generalized Langevin Equation.- Appendix A: Completely monotone, Bernstein and Stieltjes Functions.- Appendix B: Tauberian Theorems.

Om forfatteren

Trifce Sandev is a research scientist at the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts and an Assistant Professor of Theoretical Physics at the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics in Skopje. After completing his PhD in Theoretical Physics in 2012, he was a postdoctoral researcher at the Max Planck Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems in Dresden. Selected for the Presidential Award for Best Young Scientist in Macedonia (2011), his main research interest is in stochastic processes in complex systems.
Zivorad Tomovski has held the position of Full Professor at the Institute of Mathematics at Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, Macedonia since 2010. He completed his PhD in Approximation Theory and Fourier Analysis in 2000, and has since held visiting researcher positions at many universities and research institutes across Europe. He has published over 100 journal articles and international conference papers in the areas of Pure and Applied Mathematical Sciences.