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Solution of Differential Equations with the Aid of an Analytic Continuation of Laplace Transform

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We discuss the solution of Laplace’s differential equation and a fractional differential equation of that type, by using analytic continuations of Riemann-Liouville fractional derivative and of Laplace transform. We show that the solutions, which are obtained by using operational calculus in the framework of distribution theory in our preceding papers, are obtained also by the present method.

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Morita, T. and Sato, K. (2014) Solution of Differential Equations with the Aid of an Analytic Continuation of Laplace Transform. Applied Mathematics, 5, 1229-1239. doi: 10.4236/am.2014.58115.

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