US/Mountain, 28 May - 2 June 2017
- Published on Tuesday, 04 April 2017 18:08
The fractional dynamic is a field of study in mathematics and physics investigating the behavior of objects and systems by using differentiations of fractional orders. Due to its widespread applications in science and technology, research within the fractional dynamical systems has led to new developments that have attracted the attention of considerable audience of professionals such as mathematicians, physicists, applied researches and practitioners. Unlike integer-order models, fractional-order models have the potential to capture nonlocal relations in time and space with power law memory kernels. This makes them providing more realistic and adequate descriptions for many real-world phenomena. In spite of the tremendous number of published results in the literature, there remain many open problems that need more investigations.
In this special issue, we provide an international forum for researchers to contribute with original research as well as review papers focusing on the latest achievements in the theory and applications of fractional dynamical systems. Potential topics include, but not limited to, recent results in:
- Fractional Differential Systems
- Fractional Difference Systems
- Fractional Functional Differential Systems
- Fractional Impulsive Systems
- Fractional Uncertain Systems
- Fractional Fuzzy Systems
- Fractional Control Problem.
- Fractional Modelling to Real-World Phenomena
Deadline for submission: Authors are cordially invited to submit high quality and original research papers before July 30, 2017.
Submissions should follow the guidelines of EPJ ST, which can be found here.
Latex macros may be downloaded here.