Special Issue "New Trends on Generalized Fractional Calculus"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 September 2023 | Viewed by 5719
2. CIDMA-Center for Research and Development in Mathematics and Applications, University of Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal
Interests: Fractional calculus, Fractional partial differential equations; Clifford analysis; Group representation theory; Gyrogroups; Harmonic and Wavelet analysis
Interests: fractional calculus; mathematical modelling; integral equations; integral transforms; special functions; partial differential equations
Recently, the study of general fractional differential operators has attracted the interest of the fractional calculus research community. In the literature, we can find several proposals for new definitions that categorise fractional calculus into general classes to unify different integro-differential operators. Examples of such classes are the ψ-fractional calculus with respect to a given function ψ, the weighted ψ-fractional calculus, and fractional calculus with general analytic kernels and Sonine kernels. This variety of classes is justified by the need for operators with different structures to successfully model a large number of processes and phenomena that exist in the real world.
For the study of fractional differential equations involving these general fractional derivatives, there is a need to develop new mathematical tools in the areas of integral transforms, special functions and their properties, generalised functions, and numerical methods, just to mention a few. This Special Issue intends to contribute to the development and deepening of these topics within the scope of generalised fractional calculus.
We invite researchers to submit their original work, as well as review articles that discuss recent developments, applications, and connections with other fields of science.
Topics include (but are not limited to):
- Mathematical theory of generalised fractional calculus.
- Integral transform methods.
- Special functions and their properties.
- Inequalities, maximum principles, and stability results.
- Initial and boundary value problems.
- Numerical analysis and algorithms.
- Fixed-point theory and applications in fractional calculus.
- Fractional differential equations arising in physical models. In particular, anomalous diffusion processes involving generalised fractional derivatives.
- Fractional stochastic differential equations.
- Fractional networks.
Dr. Milton Ferreira
Prof. Dr. Maria Manuela Fernandes Rodrigues
Dr. Nelson Felipe Loureiro Vieira
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- generalised fractional calculus
- fractional calculus with general analytic kernels
- ψ-fractional derivatives
- weighted fractional derivatives
- integral transforms
- special functions
- fractional inequalities
- fractional ODE and PDE
- initial and Boundary value problems