MATH4FC Fractional Calculus
Over the last 20 years fractional calculus has experienced a renaissance due to the observation that fractional models capture power-law properties observed in natural systems. We will develop these models using some probability theory and solve them using numerical and analytical tools.
2018, Semester 1.
Boris Baeumer (email@example.com)
Your final mark F in the paper will be calculated according to this formula:
F = (T + P)/2
- T is the Thesis mark
- P is the Presentation mark
and all quantities are expressed as percentages.