Basic Theory (De Gruyter Reference)
Fractional calculus (FC) originated in 1695, nearly at the same time as conventional
calculus. However, FC attracted limited attention and remained a pure mathematical
exercise, in spite of the contributions of important mathematicians, physicists and
engineers. FC had a rapid development during the last few decades, both in... AD HOC NETWORKS: Technologies and Protocols Wireless mobile networks and devices are becoming increasingly popular as
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