Relationships between power-law long-range interactions and fractional mechanics
We investigate the relationships between models of power-law long-range interactions and mechanics based on fractional derivatives. We present the fractional Lagrangian density which gives the Euler–Lagrange equation that serves as the equation of motion for fractional-power-law long-range interactions. We derive this equation by the fractional variational method. In addition, we derive a Noether-like current from the fractional Lagrangian density.
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Volume (Year): 391 (2012)
Issue (Month): 23 ()
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