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The special functions of mathematical physics are those analytic functions that have been of assistance in understanding a variety of physical phenomena. For example, wave propagation in homogeneous and inhomogeneous media, heat transport, diffusion, conduction, and so on. These functions have, by and large, been solutions to partial differential equations that describe the evolution of the physical phenomena of interest. Here we investigate how to generate these functions using fractal operators, see also Bologna.
KeywordsSpecial Function Fractional Derivative Hypergeometric Function Fractal Operator Laguerre Polynomial
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