Why the Mittag-Leffler function can be considered the Queen function of the Fractional Calculus?

The Wright Functions of the Second Kind in Mathematical Physics

The Pioneers of the Mittag-Leffler Functions in Dielectrical and Mechanical Relaxation Processes

A tutorial on the basic special functions of fractional calculus

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Syllabus, Introduction to Fractional Calculus

Exercises on Fractional Calculus in IR+

Foundations of Fractional Calculus

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Heisenbergs inequality for Fourier transform

Applications of the Fourier transform in the imaging analysis

Mittag-Leffler Functions Related Topics and Applications (cover)

Mittag-Leffler Functions, Related Topics and Applications (article)

An approach to the three sisters functions

Fractional Calculus and Waves in Linear Viscoelasticity

Essentials of Fractional Calculus

Essentials of Linear Viscoelasticity

Fractional Viscoelastic Models

On Some Properties of the Mittag-Leffler Function

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Abel Integral Equations: An Introduction Via LaPlace Transform and Fractional Calculus

On Complete Monotonicity of the Prabhakar Function and Non-Debye Relaxation in Dielelctrics

Fractional Calculus and Special Functions

The Cycloid and the Tautochrone Problem

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The Two Forms of Fractional Relaxation of Distributed Order

Fractional Calculus: Integral and Differential Equations of Frctional Order

Heisenberg’s Inequality for Fourier Transform

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Higher Transcendental Functions

Salvatore Pincherle: The Pioneer of the Mellin-Barnes Integrals

The Role of Salvatore Pincherle in the Development of Fractional Calculus

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Discrete random walk models for symmetric Levy-Feller Diffusion professes

The fundamental solution of the space-time fractional diffusion equation

Levy Stable Distributions in the Theory of Probability

Probability distributions generated by fractional diffusion equations

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Analytical Properties and Applications of the Wright Function

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On the complete monotonicity of the Prabhakar function and non-Debye relaxation in dielectrics