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Author: Bruce J West
Publisher: Boca Raton : Taylor & Francis, 2015.
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West, Bruce J.
Fractional calculus view of complexity tomorrow's science.
Boca Raton : Taylor & Francis, 2015
(DLC) 2015028951
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Bruce J West
ISBN: 149873801X 9781498738019
OCLC Number: 931755262
Notes: "A CRC title."
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: NomenclatureThe Challenge of ComplexityLittle Science, Big Science Complexity Chapter OverviewsAfter ThoughtsYesterday's ScienceSimple Linearity Complicated Linearity Nonlinear DynamicsAfter ThoughtsAppendix Chapter 2New Ways of ThinkingWhy Now? Through the Looking Glass Non-differentiablity can be PhysicalThe size effect After ThoughtsSimple Fractional OperatorsRandom Walks Fractional DerivativesFractional Rate EquationsAfter ThoughtsTomorrow's DynamicsWhat We Think We Know; Linear Systems1265.2Fractional Linear System Applications of FLEControl of ComplexityFractional Logistic EquationFractional Leibniz RuleAfter ThoughtsAppendix Chapter 5Fractional CooperationHRV and Levy Statistics Fractional Wave Equations TurbulenceFractional Magnetization Equations Fractional Search HypothesisThe Network Effect After Thoughts Strange StatisticsFractional Hamiltonian FormalismAnomalous TransportFractional Fokker-Planck EquationFractional Sturm-Liouville TheoryFractional Kinetics EquationPhysiology and Complexity LossDiffusion Entropy After ThoughtsAppendices Chapter 7What have we learned?Why the fractional calculus? Conformation Bias and Scientific TruthFinal Thoughts
Responsibility: Bruce J. West.


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