05/04/2014, 07:36 PM

I figure it's probably a good idea to post my paper now. I feel it's 90% there and it certainly is legible and will clarify what I am talking about much more. I can apply more powerful techniques than what's in the paper but nonetheless it still portrays what I am trying to do.

James Nixon's paper on fractional calculus.

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James Nixon's paper on fractional calculus.

On a representation of the Weyl differintegral.pdf (Size: 343.78 KB / Downloads: 613)