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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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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

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

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You mean partial derivatives?

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