# Neural network method for numerical solution of initial value problems of fractional differential equations

```@article{Xiaodan2013NeuralNM,
title={Neural network method for numerical solution of initial value problems of fractional differential equations},
author={L{\"U} Xiaodan and Junmin Zhang},
journal={Applied and Computational Mathematics},
year={2013},
volume={2},
pages={159}
}```
• Published 2013
• Mathematics
• Applied and Computational Mathematics
In this paper, the cosine basis neural network algorithm is introduced for the initial value problem of fractional differential equations. By training the neural network algorithm, we get the numerical solution of the initial value problem of fractional differential equations successfully.

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