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Fractional gradient and its application to the fractional advection equation

D'Ovidio, M.; Garra, R.;
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  • Published: 19 May 2013
Abstract
In this paper we provide a definition of fractional gradient operators, related to directional derivatives. We develop a fractional vector calculus, providing a probabilistic interpretation and mathematical tools to treat multidimensional fractional differential equations. A first application is discussed in relation to the d-dimensional fractional advection-dispersion equation. We also study the connection with multidimensional L\'evy processes.
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free text keywords: Mathematical Physics, Mathematics - Probability
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