Numerical Methods and Simulations in Fractal and Fractional Problems
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (15 September 2021) | Viewed by 7603
Interests: wavelets; fractals; fractional and stochastic equations; numerical and computational methods; mathematical physics; nonlinear systems; artificial intelligence
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Interests: numerical and analytical solutions of fractional-stochastic differential equations; lie symmetry; conservation laws; optical soliton
Interests: solutions; chaos analysis and optimal control of fractional-stochastic differential equations
The fast development of new technologies in almost all scientific fields and engineering applications has led to the investigation of challenging problems with high nonlinearities, singularities, parametric dependence, and randomness, so that analytical and rigorous solutions can not satisfy the increasing expectations. On the other hand, the many facilities offered by more and more sophisticated tools enable us to compute the numerical solution of complex problems with high accuracy and robustness. Special attention must be paid to those fractal-like problems or fractional problems where self-similarity, scale invariance, and fractional order of operators might add some extra difficulties to the numerical approximation methods.
The main aim of this Special Issue is to collect research papers to illustrate the numerical and computational methods in modeling, simulating, and implementing fractal and fractional problems.
Potential topics include but are not limited to:
- Non-Linear dynamics, nonlinear evolution equation
- Numerical method, computational method
- Partial differential equation
- Integral equation
- Ordinary differential equation
- Stochastic fractional partial differential equation models and applications
- Numerical and computational methods in fractional differential equations
- Quantitative theory of differential equations
- Fractional calculus-based control systems
- Complex dynamics—nonlinear dynamical systems
- Fractional calculus and its applications
- Finance and economy dynamics
- Fractals and chaos
- Biological systems and bioinformatics
- Image and signal processing
- High-order numerical differential formulas for the fractional derivatives
- High-order numerical algorithms for fractional differential equations
Prof. Dr. Carlo Cattani
Prof. Dr. Mustafa Inc
Prof. Dr. Mehmet Ali Akinlar
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