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International GeoGebra Conference for Southeast Europe January 15-16, Novi Sad, Serbia Fractional calculus and Geogebra Đurđica Takači Departman za matematiku i informatiku Prirodno-matematički fakultet Univerzitet u Novom Sadu
Gamma Function Gamma function extends factorials to non-integer values GamaFunkcija Gamma function extends factorials to non-integer values GamaFunkcija
Convolution Convolution of two functions Convolution.ggb
On the power (order) of the derivative -- differential operator The origins of the fractional calculus go back to the end of the 17th century, when L'Hospital asked (in a letter) Leibniz about the sense of the notation the derivative of order 1/2. Leibniz's answer was "An apparent paradox, from which one day useful consequences will be drawn."
Fractional calculus is a natural generalization of calculus Many applications of fractional calculus in: viscoelasticity and damping, diffusion and wave propagation, electromagnetism, chaos and fractals, heat transfer, biology, electronics, signal processing, robotics, system identification, traffic systems, genetic algorithms, percolation, modeling and identification, telecommunications, chemistry, irreversibility, physics, control systems, economy, and finance,...
Delta Functions The Dirac delta function, or δ function (introduced by Paul Dirac), is a generalized function: Delta sequences Academ. Stevan Pilipovic
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Delta Functions The Dirac delta function, or δ function (introduced by Paul Dirac), is a generalized function: Academician Stevan Pilipovic Delta sequences