Non Integer Order Calculus and Its Applications
(9th International Conference on Non-Integer Order Calculus and Its Applications, Lódz, Poland)
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Non Integer Order Calculus and Its Applications Editors
Piotr Ostalczyk, Dominik Sankowski, Jacek Nowakowski , Institute of Applied Computer Science, Lodz University of Technology, Lodz, Poland.
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After almost fifty years of struggle to become all over the world a recognized mathematical tool, the fractional calculus has found its place in various application domains. Here, we can mention technical, biological, economical sciences but first of all one should allude mathematics and physics. The beginning of the fractional calculus is dated on September 30, 1695, by a letter of Gottfried Leibnitz to Guillaume de l’Hôpital. Then the fractional calculus was a subject of interest of such mathematicians as Isaac Newton, Leonhard Euler, Joseph-Louis Lagrange, Joseph Fourier, Pierre-Simon Laplace, Joseph Liouville, Anton Grünvald, Karl Weierstrass, Oliver Heaviside, Magnus Mittag-Leffler. Since over forty years, the fractional calculus has been developing rapidly. This is probably due to the availability of computer calculations. Yet there are still scientific centers and scientists skeptically and actively criticizing the applicability of the fractional calculus. So it is worth to break through the scientific and technological walls. Because the “fractional community” grows rapidly, there is a great need for the scientific results’ exchange.
Non Integer Order Calculus and Its Applications Editors
Piotr Ostalczyk, Dominik Sankowski, Jacek Nowakowski
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Differintegarator Based on Fractional Calculus of Convex Functions
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The AQM Dropping Packet Probability Function Based on Non-integer Order PIaDb Controller
Adam Domanski, Joanna Domanska, Tadeusz Czachórski, Jerzy Klamka, and Jakub Szygula
New Numerical Techniques for Solving Fractional Partial Differential Equations in Conformable Sense
Mehmet Yavuz and Necati Özdemir
Implementation of Low-Pass Fractional Filtering for the Purpose of Analysis of Electroencephalographic Signals
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Grünwald-Letnikov-Laguerre Modeling of Discrete-Time Noncommensurate Fractional-Order State Space LTI MIMO Systems
Krzysztof J. Latawiec, Rafal Stanislawski, Marian Lukaniszyn, Marek Rydel, and Boguslaw R. Szkuta
Stability Analysis of Fractional Discrete-Time Linear Scalar Systems with Pure Delay
Andrzej Ruszewski
Duality Properties of Variable-Type and -Order Differences
Wiktor Malesza and Dominik Sierociuk
A PLC Implementation of PSE Approximant for Fractional Order Operator
Krzysztof Oprzedkiewicz, Edyta Gawin, and Wojciech Mitkowski
Memory-Effective Modifications of PSE Approximation
Krzysztof Oprzedkiewicz
Comparison Fixed-Point and Floating-Point Implementation of Noninteger Filter of STM Microcontroller
Waldemar Bauer and Wojciech Slowik
Fractional Derivative Approach in Modeling of a Nonlinear Coil for Ferroresonance Analyses
Lukasz Majka
An Extended Kalman Filter for Time Delays Inspired by a Fractional Order Model
Benedikt Haus and Paolo Mercorelli
Fractional Linear Systems with Memory Deficiency and Their State-Space Integer-Order Approximation
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Fractional Order System Analysis Analysis of Fractional Electrical Circuit Using Caputo and Conformable Derivative Definitions
Ewa Piotrowska and Krzysztof Rogowski
Application of Fractional-Order Controller
Magdalena Gertner
State Delays Extraction in the Fractional-Order State-Space Model
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Solutions of Circuits with Fractional, Nonlinear Elements by Means of a SubIval Solver
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