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A combination of time-scale calculus and a cross-validation technique used in Fitting and evaluating fractional models. (English) Zbl 1254.34127
The authors have wonderfully combined the fractional calculus and time scale calculus to solve and fit modeling of one compartmental model for drug concertration overtime. It is a very interesting combination of one of the latest developments in Mathematics, time scale calculus as well as the age old fractional calculus. Their approach of validating their work by cross-validation technique has also given their model much merit. It is a very interesting approach that can be applied to many other physical phenomena.
34N05Dynamic equations on time scales or measure chains
34A08Fractional differential equations
92C45Kinetics in biochemical problems
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