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[en] By means of the recent -Hilfer fractional derivative and of the Banach fixed-point theorem, we investigate stabilities of Ulam–Hyers, Ulam–Hyers–Rassias and semi-Ulam–Hyers–Rassias on closed intervals [a, b] and for a particular class of fractional integro-differential equations.
[en] In this paper, we present an improvement to homotopy perturbation method for solving linear Fredholm type integro-differential equations with separable kernel. The results reveal that the proposed method is very effective and simple and gives the exact solutions.
[en] In this paper, a semi-discrete scheme is presented for solving fourth-order partial integro-differential equations with a weakly singular kernel. The second-order backward difference formula is used to discretize the temporal derivatives. After discretizing the temporal derivatives, the considered problems are converted into a set of ordinary differential equations which are solved by using Legendre wavelets collocation method. The stability and convergence properties related to the time discretization are discussed and theoretically proven. Several numerical examples are included to demonstrate the accuracy and efficiency of the proposed method.
[en] We study the existence of solutions of an integro-differential equation in the case of the anomalous diffusion with the negative Laplace operator in a fractional power in two dimensions. The proof of the existence of solutions is based on a fixed point technique. Solvability conditions for non Fredholm elliptic operators in unbounded domains are used.
[en] This paper applies the shifted Jacobi–Gauss collocation (SJ–G-C) method for solving variable-order fractional integro-differential equations (VO-FIDE) with initial conditions. The Riemann–Liouville fractional derivative, , and integral, , of variable order are combined, and the SJ–G-C applied to produce a system of algebraic equations. Numerical experiments demonstrate the applicability and reliability of the algorithm when compared with current methods.
[en] In this paper, we first define generalized shifted Jacobi polynomial on interval and then use it to define Jacobi wavelet. Then, the operational matrix of fractional integration for Jacobi wavelet is being derived to solve fractional differential equation and fractional integro-differential equation. This method can be seen as a generalization of other orthogonal wavelet operational methods, e.g. Legendre wavelets, Chebyshev wavelets of 1st kind, Chebyshev wavelets of 2nd kind, etc. which are special cases of the Jacobi wavelets. We apply our method to a special type of fractional integro-differential equation of Fredholm type. (paper)
[en] The time evolution of a charged point particle is governed by a second-order integro-differential equation that exhibits advanced effects, in which the particle responds to an external force before the force is applied. In this paper, we give a simple argument that clarifies the origin and physical meaning of these advanced effects, and we compare ordinary electrodynamics with a toy model of electrodynamics in which advanced effects do not occur
[en] Integro-differential methods, currently exploited in calculus, provide an inexhaustible source of tools to be applied to a wide class of problems, involving the theory of special functions and other subjects. The use of integral transforms of the Borel type and the associated formalism is shown to be a very effective mean, constituting a solid bridge between umbral and operational methods. We merge these different points of view to obtain new and efficient analytical techniques for the derivation of integrals of special functions and the summation of associated generating functions as well.
[en] In this paper, we propose a new method for constructing a solution of the integro - differential equations of Volterra type. The particular solutions of the homogeneous and of the inhomogeneous equation will be constructed and the Cauchy type problems will be investigated. Note that this method is based on construction of normalized systems functions with respect to the differential operator’s fractional order. (paper)