The Relationship of Fractional Laplace Transform with Fractional Fourier, Mellin and Sumudu Transforms
We have developed in this research paper, some of the fundamental relationship of fractional Laplace transform with fractional Fourier, fractional Mellin and fractional Sumudu transforms. These results are expressed mathematically, and such relationships should be very useful in applications to signal processing and optics.
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