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Applications of Fractional Calculus

@inproceedings{Dalir2010ApplicationsOF,
  title={Applications of Fractional Calculus},
  author={Mehdi Dalir and Majid Bashour},
  year={2010}
}
Different definitions of fractional derivatives and fractional Integrals (Differintegrals) are considered. By means of them explicit formula and graphs of some special functions are derived. Also we reviw some applications of the theory of fractional calculus. 
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