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Given the successful application of the generalized composite fractional (Hilfer) derivative for the modeling of highly non-trivial dielectric data by Hilfer, and modeling with generalized fractional diffusion equations by Sandev et al. and with generalized space-time fractional diffusion equations by Tomovski et al., we believe that the fractional nonlinear models, extended Laplace transform formula and fractional integro-differential equations of Volterra type discussed here will be useful in many problems in science and engineering.

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Publisher: Princeton University Press; n Second printing edition (1949)


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