In the paper, we present a new definition of fractional derivative with a smooth kernel which takes on two different representations for the temporal and spatial variable. The first works on the time variables; thus it is suitable to use the Laplace transform. The second definition is related to the spatial variables, by a non-local fractional derivative, for which it is more convenient to work with the Fourier transform. The interest for this new approach with a regular kernel was born from the prospect that there is a class of non-local systems, which have the ability to describe the material heterogeneities and the fluctuations of different scales, which cannot be well described by classical local theories or by fractional models with singular kernel.
Caputo, Michele and Fabrizio, Mauro
"A new Definition of Fractional Derivative without Singular Kernel,"
Progress in Fractional Differentiation & Applications: Vol. 1:
2, Article 1.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/pfda/vol1/iss2/1