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Fractional calculus
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- Advanced methods in the fractional calculus of variations
- Advances on fractional inequalities
- Advances on fractional inequalities
- Applications of fractional calculus in physics
- Asymptotic integration and stability : for ordinary, functional and discrete differential equations of fractional order
- Computational methods in the fractional calculus of variations
- Discrete fractional calculus : applications in control and image processing
- Fractals and fractional calculus in continuum mechanics
- Fractional calculus : an introduction for physicists
- Fractional calculus and waves in linear viscoelasticity : an introduction to mathematical models
- Fractional calculus view of complexity : tomorrow's science
- Fractional calculus with applications in mechanics : wave propagation, impact and variational principles
- Fractional differential equations : an introduction to fractional derivatives, fractional differential equations, to methods of their solution and some of their applications
- Fractional differentiation inequalities
- Fractional dynamics : applications of fractional calculus to dynamics of particles, fields and media
- Fractional integrals and potentials
- Fractional order systems : modeling and control applications
- Fractional thermoelasticity
- Fractional-order nonlinear systems : modeling, analysis and simulation
- Functional fractional calculus for system identification and controls
- Global stability and dynamics of strongly nonlinear systems using Koopman operator theory
- Intelligent numerical methods : applications to fractional calculus
- Introduction to the fractional calculus of variations
- Local fractional integral transforms and their applications
- Physics of fractal operators
- Q-fractional calculus and equations
- Selected aspects of fractional Brownian motion
- Special functions for applied scientists
- Stabilization and control of fractional order systems : a sliding mode approach
- Statistical inference for fractional diffusion processes
- The analysis of fractional differential equations : an application-oriented exposition using differential operators of Caputo type
- The analysis of fractional differential equations : an application-oriented exposition using differential operators of Caputo type
- Theory and applications of fractional differential equations
- Theory of fractional dynamic systems
- Topics in fractional differential equations
- Topics in fractional differential equations
- Variational methods for nonlocal fractional problems
- q-fractional calculus and equations

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