Fractional-Order Circuits, Systems, and Signal Processing, 2nd Edition

A special issue of Fractal and Fractional (ISSN 2504-3110). This special issue belongs to the section "Engineering".

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Dear Colleagues,

Fractional calculus is the branch of mathematics that generalizes the operations of classical calculus. The dynamics of real-world systems can be more effectively captured using the concepts of fractional calculus compared to classical calculus-based models. This is due to the additional degrees-of-freedom (extra ‘tuning knobs’) available in a fractional-order transfer function, which, in turn, enhances the design flexibility. The application of numerical approximation methods has resulted in effective fractional-order systems for various engineering disciplines, such as linear and non-linear circuit theory, signal processing, biomedicine, control theory, etc. In recent years, optimization (both classical and metaheuristic) techniques have also been exploited by researchers to obtain robust fractional-order models.

The focus of this Special Issue is to further advance the theory, design, realization, and application domain of fractional-order systems.

The first volume of this Special Issue was a great success with 15 papers published, which can be read at: Fractal Fract | Special Issue : Fractional-Order Circuits, Systems, and Signal Processing (mdpi.com)

Dr. Norbert Herencsar
Dr. Shibendu Mahata
Prof. Dr. Esteban Tlelo-Cuautle
Prof. Dr. Ivo Petráš
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Keywords

  • fractional-order analog filters, oscillators, PLLs
  • fractional-order filters for digital signal and image processing
  • fractional-order neural networks for signal processing
  • modeling of fractance behavior using active/passive elements
  • fabrication of fractance elements
  • fractional-order modeling of batteries
  • fractional-order control systems
  • fractional-order bioimpedance modeling

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Novel Low-Pass Two-Dimensional Mittag–Leffler Filter and Its Application in Image Processing
by Ivo Petráš
Fractal Fract. 2023, 7(12), 881; https://doi.org/10.3390/fractalfract7120881 - 13 Dec 2023
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Abstract
This paper presents an innovative Mittag–Leffler two-dimensional filter and its application in image processing. The proposed filter leverages the utilization of a Mittag–Leffler function within the probability density function. It introduces three adjustable filter parameters that enable the manipulation of the curve shape [...] Read more.
This paper presents an innovative Mittag–Leffler two-dimensional filter and its application in image processing. The proposed filter leverages the utilization of a Mittag–Leffler function within the probability density function. It introduces three adjustable filter parameters that enable the manipulation of the curve shape and the filter’s forgetting factor. Moreover, a two-dimensional Mittag–Leffler distribution was defined and used for the first time in an image filter. By conducting a comparative analysis against conventional filtering techniques, the paper showcases the distinct advantages of the proposed filter through illustrative examples. Additionally, the paper provides detailed implementation explanations and presents the Matlab function corresponding to the proposed two-dimensional filter. Full article
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