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Umair Siddique
09/03/11 05:12am

Hi,

We can define fractional derivatives and integrals in Mathematica and they work very well. My question is that I want to solve fractional differential equation by Laplace transformation. So how can I extend existing Laplace Transform and Inverse Laplace Transform functions for fractional one. Are they already available through some package or Mathematica based software. If someone can guide and help me in this regard

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