Mathematics
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Department of Mathematics & Statistics

MATH4FC Fractional Calculus

Second Semester
10 points
 

Over the last 20 years fractional calculus has experienced a renais- sance 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.

Period

2018, Semester 1.

Prerequisites

None.

Lecturers

Boris Baeumer (bbaeumer@maths.otago.ac.nz)

Assessment

TBA

Final mark

Your final mark F in the paper will be calculated according to this formula:

F = max(E, (2E + A)/3)

where:

and all quantities are expressed as percentages.

While we strive to keep details as accurate and up-to-date as possible, information given here should be regarded as provisional. Individual lecturers will confirm teaching and assessment methods.