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Fractional Euler Limits and their Applications

Shev MacNamara; Bruce Henry; William McLean;
Open Access English
  • Published: 10 Sep 2016
Generalizations of the classical Euler formula to the setting of fractional calculus are discussed. Compound interest and fractional compound interest serve as motivation. Connections to fractional master equations are highlighted. An application to the Schlogl reactions with Mittag-Leffler waiting times is described.
arXiv: Mathematics::ProbabilityMathematics::Classical Analysis and ODEs
free text keywords: Mathematics - Classical Analysis and ODEs, Mathematics - Probability, Applied mathematics, Mathematical analysis, Generalization, Fractional calculus, Master equation, Mathematics, Euler's formula, symbols.namesake, symbols
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