Help with this operator

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let be the non-linear operator acting this way:

K(f)=g K(f)=(Int(c,x)f(t)dt)**r

where c and r are real constant and f is unknown.

in fact can we relate K(f) and solve it by applying the fractional derivatives?..in fact can be K(f) expressed as combination of fractional derivatives?..
 
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Originally posted by eljose79
let be the non-linear operator acting this way:

K(f)=g K(f)=(Int(c,x)f(t)dt)**r

where c and r are real constant and f is unknown.

in fact can we relate K(f) and solve it by applying the fractional derivatives?..in fact can be K(f) expressed as combination of fractional derivatives?..
And what are fractional derivatives???

JMD
 
You mean partial derivatives?
 

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