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In recent years, many new definitions of fractional derivatives have been proposed and used to develop mathematical models for a wide variety of real-world systems containing memory, history, or nonlocal effects. The main purpose of the present paper is to develop and analyze a Caputo-Fabrizio fractional derivative model for the HIV/AIDS epidemic which includes an antiretroviral treatment compartment. The existence and uniqueness of the system of solutions of the model are established using a fixed-point theorem and an iterative method. The model is shown to have a disease-free and an endemic equilibrium point. Conditions are derived for the existence of the endemic equilibrium point and for the local asymptotic stability of the disease-free equilibrium point. The results confirm that the disease-free equilibrium point becomes increasingly stable as the fractional order is reduced. Numerical simulations are carried out using a three-step Adams-Bashforth predictor method for a range of fractional orders to illustrate the effects of varying the fractional order and to support the theoretical results.

Ultrashort pulse propagation in optical transmission lines and phenomena in particle physics can be investigated via the cubic-quintic Ginzburg-Landau equation and the Phi-4 equation, respectively. The main objective of this paper is to construct exact traveling wave solutions of the (2 + 1)-dimensional cubic-quintic Ginzburg-Landau equation and the Phi-4 equation of space-time fractional orders in the sense of the conformable fractional derivative. The method employed to solve the Ginzburg-Landau equation and the Phi-4 equation are the modified Kudryashov method and the (G /G, 1/G)-expansion method, respectively. Several types of exact analytical solutions are obtained including reciprocal of exponential function solutions, hyperbolic function solutions, trigonometric function solutions and rational function solutions. Graphical representations and physical explanations of some of the obtained solutions are demonstrated using a range of fractional orders. All of the solutions have been verified by substitution into their corresponding equations with the aid of a symbolic software package. These methods are simple and efficient for solving the proposed equations.

The major purpose of this article is to seek for exact traveling wave solutions of the nonlinear space-time Sharma–Tasso–Olver equation in the sense of conformable derivatives. The novel ( G ′ G ) -expansion method and the generalized Kudryashov method, which are analytical, powerful, and reliable methods, are used to solve the equation via a fractional complex transformation. The exact solutions of the equation, obtained using the novel ( G ′ G ) -expansion method, can be classified in terms of hyperbolic, trigonometric, and rational function solutions. Applying the generalized Kudryashov method to the equation, we obtain explicit exact solutions expressed as fractional solutions of the exponential functions. The exact solutions obtained using the two methods represent some physical behaviors such as a singularly periodic traveling wave solution and a singular multiple-soliton solution. Some selected solutions of the equation are graphically portrayed including 3-D, 2-D, and contour plots. As a result, some innovative exact solutions of the equation are produced via the methods, and they are not the same as the ones obtained using other techniques utilized previously.

We apply the ( / 2 )-expansion method to construct exact solutions of three interesting problems in physics and nanobiosciences which are modeled by nonlinear partial differential equations (NPDEs). The problems to which we want to obtain exact solutions consist of the Benny-Luke equation, the equation of nanoionic currents along microtubules, and the generalized Hirota-Satsuma coupled KdV system. The obtained exact solutions of the problems via using the method are categorized into three types including trigonometric solutions, exponential solutions, and rational solutions. The applications of the method are simple, efficient, and reliable by means of using a symbolically computational package. Applying the proposed method to the problems, we have some innovative exact solutions which are different from the ones obtained using other methods employed previously.

We investigate methods for obtaining exact solutions of the (3 + 1)-dimensional nonlinear space-time fractional Jimbo-Miwa equation in the sense of the modified Riemann-Liouville derivative. The methods employed to analytically solve the equation are the ( / , 1/ )-expansion method and the novel ( / )-expansion method. To the best of our knowledge, there are no researchers who have applied these methods to obtain exact solutions of the equation. The application of the methods is simple, elegant, efficient, and trustworthy. In particular, applying the novel ( / )-expansion method to the equation, we obtain more exact solutions than using other existing methods such as the ( / )-expansion method and the exp(−Φ( ))-expansion method. The exact solutions of the equation, obtained using the two methods, can be categorized in terms of hyperbolic, trigonometric, and rational functions. Some of the results obtained by the two methods are new and reported here for the first time. In addition, the obtained exact explicit solutions of the equation characterize many physical meanings such as soliton solitary wave solutions, periodic wave solutions, and singular multiple-soliton solutions.

In this paper, the ( G ′ / G , 1 / G ) -expansion method is applied to acquire some new, exact solutions of certain interesting, nonlinear, fractional-order partial differential equations arising in mathematical physics. The considered equations comprise the time-fractional, (2+1)-dimensional extended quantum Zakharov-Kuznetsov equation, and the space-time-fractional generalized Hirota-Satsuma coupled Korteweg-de Vries (KdV) system in the sense of the conformable fractional derivative. Applying traveling wave transformations to the equations, we obtain the corresponding ordinary differential equations in which each of them provides a system of nonlinear algebraic equations when the method is used. As a result, many analytical exact solutions obtained of these equations are expressed in terms of hyperbolic function solutions, trigonometric function solutions, and rational function solutions. The graphical representations of some obtained solutions are demonstrated to better understand their physical features, including bell-shaped solitary wave solutions, singular soliton solutions, solitary wave solutions of kink type, and so on. The method is very efficient, powerful, and reliable for solving the proposed equations and other nonlinear fractional partial differential equations with the aid of a symbolic software package.

In this article, we utilize the G′/G2-expansion method and the Jacobi elliptic equation method to analytically solve the (2 + 1)-dimensional integro-differential Jaulent–Miodek equation for exact solutions. The equation is shortly called the Jaulent–Miodek equation, which was first derived by Jaulent and Miodek and associated with energy-dependent Schrödinger potentials (Jaulent and Miodek, 1976; Jaulent, 1976). The equation is converted into a fourth order partial differential equation using a transformation. After applying a traveling wave transformation to the resulting partial differential equation, we obtain an ordinary differential equation which is the main equation to which the both schemes are applied. As a first step, the two methods give us distinguish systems of algebraic equations. The first method provides exact traveling wave solutions including the logarithmic function solutions of trigonometric functions, hyperbolic functions, and polynomial functions. The second approach provides the Jacobi elliptic function solutions depending upon their modulus values. Some of the obtained solutions are graphically characterized by the distinct physical structures such as singular periodic traveling wave solutions and peakons. A comparison between our results and the ones obtained from the previous literature is given. Obtaining the exact solutions of the equation shows the simplicity, efficiency, and reliability of the used methods, which can be applied to other nonlinear partial differential equations taking place in mathematical physics.

We apply new modified recursion schemes obtained by the Adomian decomposition method (ADM) to analytically solve specific types of two-point boundary value problems for nonlinear fractional order ordinary and partial differential equations. The new modified recursion schemes, which sometimes utilize the technique of Duan's convergence parameter, are derived using the DuanRach modified ADM. The Duan-Rach modified ADM employs all of the given boundary conditions to compute the remaining unknown constants of integration, which are then embedded in the integral solution form before constructing recursion schemes for the solution components. New modified recursion schemes obtained by the method are generated in order to analytically solve nonlinear fractional order boundary value problems with a variety of two-point boundary conditions such as Robin and separated boundary conditions. Some numerical examples of such problems are demonstrated graphically. In addition, the maximal errors (ME ) or the error remainder functions (ER ( )) of each problem are calculated.

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