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Re: fractional derivative


Jaime Y. Hernandez Jr. wrote:

> I tried to solve for the Inverse Laplace
> Transform of a function with the independent variable "s" raised to a
> fraction between 0 and 1. Mathematica simply returned what I inputed.

Keep your power generic when computing the InverseLaplaceTransform:

	In[2]:= InverseLaplaceTransform[s^k, s, t]
	Out[2]= t^(-k - 1)/Gamma[-k]

You now have the _general_ transform and can substitute in s in [0,1].

Cheers,
	Paul 

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