Theory and Applications of Fractional Differential EquationsBy
- A.A. Kilbas
- H. M. Srivastava
- J.J. Trujillo
Teachers, researchers and graduate students of mathematics and applied fields (especially Physics, Bio-Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Signal and Optical Theory, Solute Transport through Porous Structures, Mechanical Properties of Polymeric Materials, Economics, Chemical Physics).
North-Holland Mathematics Studies
Hardbound, 540 Pages
Published: January 2006
"This book presents a nice and systematic treatment of the theory and applications of fractional differential equations."
-ZENTRALBLATT MATH DATABASE 1931-2007
"This book is a valuable resource for any worker in electronic structure theory, both for its insight into the utility of a variety of relativistic methods, and for its assessment of the contribution of relativity to a wide range of experimental properties,"
-THEOR CHEM ACC (2007) "For obvious reasons, the book is rather technical, but its main goal is the ultimate applications. These are explicitly or implicitly present during the whole text but they are only treated in their mathematical formulation. I.e., the electrotechnical, biological, optical, or whatever exotic context it could have been embedded in is avoided here. The book is thus certainly interesting for the (applied) mathematician, but, also for researchers who are working in one of the quite diverse applied areas where fractional models are more and more used these days."--Bulletin of the Belgian Mathematical Society