# Fractional Generalization of Gradient Systems

```@article{Tarasov2005FractionalGO,
author={Vasily E. Tarasov},
journal={Letters in Mathematical Physics},
year={2005},
volume={73},
pages={49-58}
}```
• V. E. Tarasov
• Published 1 July 2005
• Mathematics
• Letters in Mathematical Physics
We consider a fractional generalization of gradient systems. We use differential forms and exterior derivatives of fractional orders. Examples of fractional gradient systems are considered. We describe the stationary states of these systems.
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