Root Operators and “Evolution” Equations
AbstractRoot-operator factorization à la Dirac provides an effective tool to deal with equations, which are not of evolution type, or are ruled by fractional differential operators, thus eventually yielding evolution-like equations although for a multicomponent vector. We will review the method along with its extension to root operators of degree higher than two. Also, we will show the results obtained by the Dirac-method as well as results from other methods, specifically in connection with evolution-like equations ruled by square-root operators, that we will address to as relativistic evolution equations. View Full-Text
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Dattoli, G.; Torre, A. Root Operators and “Evolution” Equations. Mathematics 2015, 3, 690-726.
Dattoli G, Torre A. Root Operators and “Evolution” Equations. Mathematics. 2015; 3(3):690-726.Chicago/Turabian Style
Dattoli, Giuseppe; Torre, Amalia. 2015. "Root Operators and “Evolution” Equations." Mathematics 3, no. 3: 690-726.