This book is not a text devoted to a pedagogical presentation of a specialized topic nor is it a monograph focused on the author's area of research. It accomplishes both these things while providing a rationale for why the reader ought to be interested in learning about fractional calculus. This book is for researchers who has heard about many
Nomenclature. The Challenge of Complexity. Yesterday's Science. New Ways of Thinking. Simple Fractional Operators. Tomorrow's Dynamics. Fractional Cooperation. What have we learned?