Método de Monte Carlo aplicado ao Cálculo Fracionário

L. N. Ferreira, M. J. Lazo

Abstract


O presente trabalho analisa e desenvolve um método para resolver equações diferenciais fracionárias utilizando o Método de Monte Carlo. Uma simulação numérica é realizada para algumas equações diferenciais, comparando os resultados com o que existe na literatura matemática. A linguagem Python é usada para criar modelos computacionais.

Keywords


Cálculo Fracionário; Monte Carlo; Python.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5540/tcam.2022.023.02.00243

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