Insights into the Analysis of Fractional Delay Differential Equations
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AbstractThis thesis is concerned with determining the analytic solution, using the method of steps, of the following fractional delay differential equation initial interval problem (FDDE IIP), c Dαy(s) = −y(t − τ ) for t > 0, τ > 0, 0 < α < 1, and y ∈ A1(0, T ] 0 t y(t) = ϕ(t) for t ∈ (−τ, 0] The properties of the analytic solution obtained are a surprise but they do sit comfortably when compared with those of the analytic solutions of an ordinary differential equation initial value problem (ODE IVP), a delay differential equation initial interval problem (DDE IIP) and an fractional ordinary differential equation initial value problem (FODE IVP). Further the analytic solution formula obtained is closely related to that of the analytic solution formula of the DDE IIP. However, these insights into the analytic solution of the FDDE IIP we have not seen before, and differ from those published elsewhere.
CitationOsborne, N. (2021). Insights into the analysis of fractional delay differential equations [Unpublished doctoral thesis]. University of Chester.
PublisherUniversity of Chester
TypeThesis or dissertation
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