Preface: New developments in computational techniques andtransform theory applications to nonlinear fractional and stochastic differential equations and systems
The single or set of equations that end up being treated by contributor teams and suiting authors, sought for, must for the most part describe some physical phenomena exhibiting nonlinear behavior as a prerequisite to the scope of this particular special issue. Indeed, the models treated in this issue either treat nonlinearties stemming in the inherent classical versions of the equations or systems or from a fractional type versions, not to forget the stochastic realm, nor the chaos related dynamics and their control. That is the attempt by the editors is while specific to the title tried to cover an ever expanding area hoping not to neglect major issues with the title scope. Nevertheless, space and time being limited, and special issues pages not an exception, the hope is that readers will be pleased to find some aspects of their mathematical taste and interest, and some articles of citable and further pursuit outlook. This special issue consist of papers on new developments in computational techniques and transform theory applications to nonlinear fractional and stochastic differential equations and systems.