Fractional Calculus: Theory and Applications
by Francesco Mainardi (ed.)
Publisher: MDPI AG 2018
Number of pages: 210
Fractional calculus is allowing integrals and derivatives of any positive order (the term fractional is kept only for historical reasons). It can be considered a branch of mathematical physics that deals with integro-differential equations, where integrals are of convolution type and exhibit mainly singular kernels of power law or logarithm type.
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