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 Arrigo, Daniel J. (Daniel Joseph), 1960 author.
 [San Rafael, California] : Morgan & Claypool, 2018.
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 Book — 1 PDF (xi, 155 pages).
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 PrefaceAcknowledgmentsIntroductionFirstOrder PDEsSecondOrder Linear PDEsFourier SeriesSeparation of VariablesFourier TransformSolutionsAuthor's Biography.
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 Salehi, Younes, author.
 [San Rafael, California] : Morgan & Claypool, 2018.
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 Book — 1 PDF (xii, 183375 pages).
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 PrefaceSimultaneous SFPDEsTwo Sided SFPDEsInteger to Fractional ExtensionsAuthors' BiographiesIndex.
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 Salehi, Younes, author.
 [San Rafael, California] : Morgan & Claypool, 2018.
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 Book — 1 PDF (xii, 189 pages).
 Summary

 1. Introduction to fractional partial differential equations
 1.1 Introduction
 1.2 Computer routines, example 1
 1.2.1 Main program
 1.2.2 Subordinate ODE/MOL routine
 1.2.3 Model output
 1.3 Computer routines, example 2
 1.3.1 Main program
 1.3.2 Subordinate ODE/MOL routine
 1.3.3 Model output
 1.3.4 Summary and conclusions
 References 
 2. Variation in the order of the fractional derivatives
 2.1 Introduction
 2.2 Computer routines, example 1
 2.2.1 Main program
 2.2.2 Subordinate ODE/MOL routine
 2.2.3 Model output
 2.3 Computer routines, example 2
 2.3.1 Main program
 2.3.2 Subordinate ODE/MOL routine
 2.3.3 Model output
 2.4 Summary and discussion 
 3. Dirichlet, Neumann, Robin BCs
 3.1 Introduction
 3.2 Example 1, Dirichlet BCs
 3.2.1 Main program
 3.2.2 Subordinate ODE/MOL routine
 3.2.3 Model output
 3.3 Example 2, Dirichlet BCs
 3.3.1 Main program
 3.3.2 Subordinate ODE/MOL routine
 3.3.3 Model output
 3.4 Example 2, Neumann BCs
 3.4.1 Main program
 3.4.2 Subordinate ODE/MOL routine
 3.4.3 Model output
 3.5 Example 2, Robin BCs
 3.5.1 Main program
 3.5.2 Subordinate ODE/MOL routine
 3.5.3 Model output
 3.6 Summary and conclusions 
 4. Convection SFPDEs
 4.1 Introduction
 4.2 Integer/fractional convection model
 4.2.1 Main program
 4.2.2 Subordinate ODE/MOL routine
 4.2.3 SFPDE output
 4.3 Summary and conclusions 
 5. Nonlinear SFPDEs
 5.1 Introduction
 5.1.1 Example 1
 5.1.2 Main program
 5.1.3 Subordinate ODE/MOL routine
 5.1.4 Model output
 5.2 Example 2
 5.2.1 Main program
 5.2.2 Subordinate ODE/MOL routine
 5.2.3 Model output
 5.3 Summary and conclusions 
 A. Analytical Caputo differentiation of selected functions
 B. Derivation of a SFPDE analytical solution
 Introduction
 SFPDE equations
 Main program
 ODE/MOL routine
 Numerical output
 Summary and conclusions
 Authors' Biographies
 Index.
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