Symmetry solution on fractional equation

Gulistan Iskandarova, Dogan Kaya


As we know nearly all physical, chemical, and biological processes in nature can be described or modeled by dint of a differential equation or a system of differential equations, an integral equation or an integro-differential equation. The differential equations can be ordinary or partial, linear or nonlinear. So, we concentrate our attention in problem that can be presented in terms of a differential equation with fractional derivative. Our research in this work is to use symmetry transformation method and its analysis to search exact solutions to nonlinear fractional partial differential equations.

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