Fractional Calculus and Applied Analysis
The FCAA journal, abbreviated as "Fract. Calc. Appl. Anal." in several world databases (search e.g. Google), is a specialized international journal for theory and applications with primary topics: Fractional Calculus, Special Functions and Integral Transforms, and secondary related topics of Applied Analysis, as described in Aims and Scope. The Editorial Policy is to publish high quality original research papers containing new results and applications in the FCAA topics, expository surveys written by known experts, as well as short notes, open problems, archives, and news about books and events interesting for the journal's audience.
It is a peer-reviewed journal. The high standards of its contents are guaranteed by the list of the Editors and invited external referees, all of them selected from the world prominent experts in the FCAA areas.
The journal has been established in 1998 with the founding publisher: Institute of Mathematics and Informatics (http://www.math.bas.bg/index_classic.html) - Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (http://www.bas.bg/cgi-bin/e-cms/vis/vis.pl?s=001&p=0200) and with the valuable support of its founding editors, among them - the pioneers of the classical fractional calculus (Honorary Founding Editors,Honorary Editors). Its reputation has been imposed and approved by many outstanding authors in the fields of pure and applied mathematics, physics, control theory, etc. who already contributed to FCAA. The Contents of Back Volumes (Vol. 1, 1998 - Vol. 13, 2010) are available for free at the previously existing journal websites at www.math.bas.bg/~fcaa and www.diogenes.bg/fcaa .
Since 2011, Vol. 14, the FCAA journal is co-published by Springer and Versita. The journal's availability in electronic form at SpringerLink contribute to better visibility, by promoting its content to researchers in the FCAA fields and a wider scientific audience.
4 Volumes 16 Issues 217 Articles available from 2011 - 2014Browse Volumes & Issues
Jordanka Paneva-Konovska (December 2014)
Dennis Nemzer (December 2014)
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