The Mittag–Leffler function and its application to the ultra-hyperbolic time-fractional diffusion-wave equation
In this paper we study an n-dimensional generalization of timefractional diffusion-wave equation, where the Laplacian operator is replaced by the ultra-hyperbolic operator and the time-fractional derivative is taken in the Hilfer sense. The analytical solution is obtained in terms of the Fox’s H-function, for which the inverse Fourier transform of a Mittag–Leffler-type function that contains in its argument a positive-definite quadratic form is calculated.
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