Some applications of generalized fractional derivatives
Keywords:generalized convolution–type derivatives, Bernstein functions, subordinators, eigenfunctions, differential equations with generalized fractional derivatives, random initial conditions, random fields on the sphere
The paper presents a concise summary of main properties of generalized fractional derivatives, so-called convolution type derivatives with respect to Bernstein functions. Applications are considered to modeling time dependent random fields on the sphere as solutions to partial differential equations with the generalized fractional derivative in time and random initial condition.
Pages of the article in the issue: 28 - 34
Language of the article: English
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