Special Issue "Fractional Dynamical Systems and Its Applications in Science and Engineering"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 October 2023 | Viewed by 4770
Interests: stochastic PDEs, nonlinear analysis; fractional dynamics systems; nonlocal evolution equations; random dynamical systems; random attractors; operator semigroups; nonlocal differential equations with delay, PDEs for symmetry, numerical analysis
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Interests: nonlinear analysis; fractional control systems; nonlinear functional analysis; fractional impulsive systems; control science and engineering
In applied mathematics and mathematical analysis, the fractional derivative is a derivative of any order, real or complex. During the last decade, fractional calculus has gained importance in both theoretical and applied aspects of many branches of science and engineering.
Recently, several fractional techniques have come into the spotlight due to the ability to model many complex natural phenomena that cannot be formulated in integer-order nonlinear evolution equations. The existence of this kind of calculus extends to many distinct fields, such as infectious disease epidemiology, neural networks, fluid mechanics, population ecology, solid-state physics, wave propagation in plasma physics, thermodynamics, condensed matter physics, nonlinear optics, civil engineering, quantum mechanics, plasma wave, soil mechanics, and so on. Fractional calculus is considered one of the most notable branches of science, where it provides a considerable number of explanations and details about the nonlocal property since it depends on both historical and current states of the problem in contrast to classical calculus, which depends on the current state only.
Based on the importance of this kind of calculus, many definitions have been being derived, such as fractional Riemann–Liouville derivatives, Caputo, the Caputo–Fabrizio definition, conformable fractional derivatives, and so on. Computational and numerical schemes can be applied to obtain various types of important results for these models.
It is worthwhile to publish a Special Issue on this topic to highlight recent advances achieved by mathematicians and engineers actively working in this field. The purpose of this Special Issue is to promote research in the field of fractional calculus and its applications to science and engineering. All original and high-quality manuscripts in the emerging field of fractional differential equations and their potential applications in all areas of science are welcome.
Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:
- Survey on fractional differential equations;
- Fractional differential equations with uncertainty;
- Fractional dynamics systems;
- Applications of fractional theory;
- Existence, controllability, oscillatory ability, and stability of nonlinear systems;
- Optimal controls for fractional functional differential equations;
- Applications of fractional problems in science and engineering;
- Fractional order nonlinear systems: modeling, analysis, and simulation;
- Inequalities with applications to differential and integral equations;
- Numerical methods and numerical analysis of fractional differential equations;
- Other theoretical and experimental aspects of fractional differentiation and related approaches.
Dr. Pengyu Chen
Prof. Dr. Haiyong Qin
Dr. Haoyu Niu
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- survey on fractional differential equations
- fractional differential equations with uncertainty
- fractional dynamics systems
- applications of fractional theory
- existence, controllability, oscillatory ability, and stability of nonlinear systems
- optimal controls for fractional functional differential equations
- applications of fractional problems in science and engineering
- fractional order nonlinear systems: modeling, analysis, and simulation
- inequalities with applications to differential and integral equations
- numerical methods and numerical analysis of fractional differential equations
- other theoretical and experimental aspects of fractional differentiation and related approaches
The below list represents only planned manuscripts. Some of these manuscripts have not been received by the Editorial Office yet. Papers submitted to MDPI journals are subject to peer-review.
Title: Application of fractional calculus and the fractional-order partial differential equation to signal processing, image processing, or circuits and systems
Authors: Yifei Pu et. al
Affiliation: College of Computer Science, Sichuan University
Title: Fractional-order modeling of lithium-ion batteries
Authors: Yan Li et. al
Affiliation: School of Control Science and Engineering, Shandong University
Title: Fractional modeling approach with mittag-leffler functions for linear or nonlinear fractional system
Authors: Chunna Zhao et. al
Affiliation: School of Information Science and Engineering, Yunnan University,
Abstract: Department of Mathematics, Xuzhou Institute of Technology,
Title: stability and stabilization of fractional-order systems
Authors: Junguo Lu et. al
Affiliation: Department of Automation, Shanghai Jiaotong University
Title: Existence results for fractional semilinear evolution equations
Authors: Bo Zhu et. al
Affiliation: School of Mathematics and Quantitative Economics, Shandong University of Finance and Economics