Purpose
The population model has an important role in biology to interpret the spreading rate of viruses and parasites. This biological model is also used to identify fragile species. This paper aims to propose a new Yang-Abdel-Aty-Cattani (YAC) fractional operator with a non-singular kernel to solve nonlinear partial differential equation, which is arised in biological population model. Here, this study has explained the analytical methods, reduced differential transform method (RDTM) and residual power series method (RPSM) taking the fractional derivative as YAC operator sense.
Design/methodology/approach
This study has explained the analytical methods, RDTM and RPSM taking the fractional derivative as YAC operator sense.
Findings
This study has expressed the solutions in terms of Mittag-Leffler functions. Also, this study has compared the solutions with the exact solutions. Three examples are described for the accuracy and efficiency of the results.
Research limitations/implications
The population model has an important role in biology to interpret the spreading rate of viruses and parasites. This biological model is also used to identify fragile species. In this study, the main aim is to propose a new YAC fractional operator with non-singular kernel to solve nonlinear partial differential equation, which is arised in biological population model. Here, this study has explained the analytical methods, RDTM and RPSM taking the fractional derivative as YAC operator sense. This study has expressed the solutions in terms of Mittag-Leer functions. Also, this study has compared the solutions with the exact solutions. Three examples are described for the accuracy and efficiency of the results.
Practical implications
The population model has an important role in biology to interpret the spreading rate of viruses and parasites. This biological model is also used to identify fragile species. In this paper, the main aim is to propose a new YAC fractional operator with non-singular kernel to solve nonlinear partial differential equation which is arised in biological population model. Here, this study has explained the analytical methods, RDTM and RPSM taking the fractional derivative as YAC operator sense. This study has expressed the solutions in terms of Mittag-Leer functions. Also, this study has compared the solutions with the exact solutions. Three examples are described for the accuracy and efficiency of the results.
Social implications
The population model has an important role in biology to interpret the spreading rate of viruses and parasites. This biological model is also used to identify fragile species. In this paper, the main aim is to propose a new YAC fractional operator with non-singular kernel to solve nonlinear partial differential equation, which is arised in biological population model. Here, this paper has explained the analytical methods, RDTM and RPSM taking the fractional derivative as YAC operator sense. This study has expressed the solutions in terms of Mittag-Leer functions. Also, this study has compared the solutions with the exact solutions. Three examples are described for the accuracy and efficiency of the results.
Originality/value
The population model has an important role in biology to interpret the spreading rate of viruses and parasites. This biological model is also used to identify fragile species. In this paper, the main aim is to propose a new YAC fractional operator with non-singular kernel to solve nonlinear partial differential equation, which is arised in biological population model. Here, this paper has explained the analytical methods, RDTM and RPSM taking the fractional derivative as YAC operator sense. This study has expressed the solutions in terms of Mittag-Leer functions. Also, this study has compared the solutions with the exact solutions. Three examples are described for the accuracy and efficiency of the results.