Analysis techniques for fractional order systems: A survey

@inproceedings{Siddique2012AnalysisTF,
  title={Analysis techniques for fractional order systems: A survey},
  author={Umair Siddique and Osman Hasan},
  year={2012}
}
Fractional calculus, which deals with the integration and differentiation of non-integer order, is widely being used these days to mathematically model many engineering and scientific systems ranging from microbiological processes to astronomical images. The efficient and accurate analysis of such systems, usually referred to as the fractional order systems, has become very important and a number of analysis techniques have been recently proposed. This paper provides a brief survey about these… 
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