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Using Fractional Bernoulli Wavelets for Solving Fractional Diffusion Wave Equations with Initial and Boundary Conditions

Sahlan, Monireh Nosrati
Afshari, Hojjat
Alzabut, Jehad
Alobaidi, Ghada
Date
2021
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In this paper, fractional-order Bernoulli wavelets based on the Bernoulli polynomials are constructed and applied to evaluate the numerical solution of the general form of Caputo fractional order diffusion wave equations. The operational matrices of ordinary and fractional derivatives for Bernoulli wavelets are set via fractional Riemann–Liouville integral operator. Then, these wavelets and their operational matrices are utilized to reduce the nonlinear fractional problem to a set of algebraic equations. For solving the obtained system of equations, Galerkin and collocation spectral methods are employed. To demonstrate the validity and applicability of the presented method, we offer five significant examples, including generalized Cattaneo diffusion wave and Klein–Gordon equations. The implementation of algorithms exposes high accuracy of the presented numerical method. The advantage of having compact support and orthogonality of these family of wavelets trigger having sparse operational matrices, which reduces the computational time and CPU requirements.