2 edition of **Approximate solutions of Fredholm integral equations of the second kind with singular kernels** found in the catalog.

Approximate solutions of Fredholm integral equations of the second kind with singular kernels

David Borer

- 29 Want to read
- 7 Currently reading

Published
**1977**
.

Written in English

- Kernel functions.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | by David Borer. |

The Physical Object | |
---|---|

Pagination | 38 leaves, bound ; |

Number of Pages | 38 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL14230457M |

In this work we obtain approximate solutions for Fredholm integral equations of the second kind by means of Petrov–Galerkin method, choosing “regular pairs” of subspaces, { X n, Y n }, which are simply characterized by the positive definitiveness of a correlation matrix. This choice guarantees the solvability and numerical stability of the approximation scheme in an easy way, and the Author: Silvia Alejandra Seminara, María Inés Troparevsky. In general, Fredholm integral equation of first kind arise typically with a compact operator in applications and hence can be notoriously conditioned when solving numerically.

Mathematics Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for people studying math at any level and professionals in related fields. $\begingroup$ @n The book "First course on integral equations" by Wazwaz may be a good start. $\endgroup$ – Sasha Nov 23 '11 at How to solve Fredholm Integral Equation of the Second Kind in. This book provides an extensive introduction to the numerical solution of a large class of integral equations. The initial chapters provide a general framework for the numerical analysis of Fredholm integral equations of the second kind, covering degenerate kernel, projection and Nystrom by:

Literature presented a computational method for solving nonlinear Fredholm integral equations of the second kind which is based on the use of Haar wavelets. Iterative method [19] was used to approximate the solutions of the nonlinear Fredholm integral equations (1 Author: Zhimin Hong, Zaizai Yan, Jiao Yan. Galerkin Methods for Second Kind Integral Equations With Singularities By Ivan G. Graham Abstract. This paper discusses the numerical solution of Fredholm integral equations of the second kind which have weakly singular kernels and inhomogeneous terms. Global conver-.

You might also like

The U.S. mining and mineral-processing industry

The U.S. mining and mineral-processing industry

Gas lasers

Gas lasers

HIPAA plain & simple

HIPAA plain & simple

The Scarlet Buccaneer

The Scarlet Buccaneer

crimes of Vautrin

crimes of Vautrin

Israel and the church in the Gospel of Matthew

Israel and the church in the Gospel of Matthew

Mother-texts

Mother-texts

Report to the Government of Barbados on the national insurance and social security scheme.

Report to the Government of Barbados on the national insurance and social security scheme.

District village directory, District Jind

District village directory, District Jind

Phase transitions in nickel and copper selenides and tellurides.

Phase transitions in nickel and copper selenides and tellurides.

International law, an introduction

International law, an introduction

California; A Guide to the Golden State

California; A Guide to the Golden State

treatise on civil engineering.

treatise on civil engineering.

Indian aircraft industry

Indian aircraft industry

British approach to European foreign policy

British approach to European foreign policy

Integral equations concepts, methods of the solutions of Fredholm integral equations of the second kind, the new given iterative technique via matrices and all the generated results are presented. APPROXIMATE SOLUTIONS OF FREDHOLM INTEGRAL EQUATIONS OF THE SECOND KIND WITH SINGULAR KERNELS I.

INTRODUCTION Consider a Fredholm integral equation of the second kind f(x) J k(x, y)f(y)dy = g(x), a where f and g are continuous on [a, b]. Such equations have extensive application. They can be solved explicitly only in very special cases. Approximate solutions of Fredholm integral equations of the second kind Article in Applied Mathematics and Computation (2)– May with 97 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

This note is concerned with the problem of determining approximate solutions of Fredholm integral equations of the second kind. Approximating the solution of a given integral equation by means of a polynomial, an over-determined system of linear algebraic equations is obtained involving the unknown coefficients, which is finally solved by using the least-squares by: Fredholm integral equations of the second kind have weakly singular kernels smoothened by a simple manipulation.

This allows for accurate numerical estimates of low order. The method is first explained in detail, along with a general description of the by: 1. A numerical method is given for integral equations with singular kernels. The method modifies the ideas of product integration contained in [3], and it is analyzed using the general schema of [1].

The emphasis is on equations which were not amenable to the method in [3]; in addition, the method tries to keep computer running time to a minimum, while maintaining an adequate order of by: In mathematics, the Fredholm integral equation is an integral equation whose solution gives rise to Fredholm theory, the study of Fredholm kernels and Fredholm integral equation was studied by Ivar Fredholm.A useful method to solve such equations, the Adomian decomposition method, is due to George Adomian.

Aziz I, Islam SU. New algorithms for the numerical solution of nonlinear Fredholm and Volterra integral equations using Haar wavelets.

J Comput Appl Math. ; – doi: / Babolian E, Shahsavaran A. Numerical solution of nonlinear Fredholm integral equations of the second kind using Haar by: 2. Cite this article. Fahmy, M.H., Abdou, M.A.

& Darwish, M.A. On the numerical solution of integral equations of the second kind with weakly singular : M. Fahmy, M. Abdou, M. Darwish. Solving Fredholm Integral Equations of the Second Kind in Matlab K. Atkinson Dept of Mathematics University of Iowa L. Shampiney Dept of Mathematics Southern Methodist University May 5, Abstract We present here the algorithms and user interface of a Matlab pro-gram, Fie, that solves numerically Fredholm integral equations of theFile Size: KB.

Linear Integral Equations: Theory and Technique is an chapter text that covers the theoretical and methodological aspects of linear integral equations.

After a brief overview of the fundamentals of the equations, this book goes on dealing with specific integral equations with separable kernels and a method of successive approximations. Integral Equations and their Applications WITeLibrary Abel’s problem of the second kind integral equation The weakly-singular Volterra equation Equations with Cauchy’s principal value of an integral a feature which has significant implications when approximate solutions are sought.

SIAM Journal on Numerical AnalysisAbstract | PDF ( KB) () The numerical solution of Fredholm integral equations of the second kind with singular by: 1. INTRODUCTION The system of singular integral equations of the form 1M may be found in the formulation of many boundary value problems containing geometric singularities.

In (l), the functions aij, bij the kernels kij are also known and satisfy a Holder condition in each of the variables t and T, and the unknown functions oi are likewise required to satisfy a Holder Size: KB.

The Fredholm equation of the first kind is. The Fredholm equation of the second kind is. Here, K(x, s) is a given continuous function of x and s called the kernel of the equation, f(x) is a given function, ϕ(x) is the unknown function, and λ. is a parameter (seeINTEGRAL EQUATIONS).

Equations (1) and (2) were studied between and by E. Fredholm. Fredholm's method for solving a Fredholm equation of the second kind.

The method of successive approximation enables one to construct solutions of (1), generally speaking, only for small values of. A method that makes it possible to solve (1) for any value of was first proposed by E.I.

Fredholm (). This tract is devoted to the theory of linear equations, mainly of the second kind, associated with the names of Volterra, Fredholm, Hilbert and Schmidt. The treatment has been modernised by the systematic use of the Lebesgue integral, which considerably widens the range of applicability of the theory.

Special attention is paid to the singular functions of non-symmetric kernels and to. () On a numerical method based on wavelets for Fredholm-Hammerstein integral equations of the second kind. Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences() Hybrid collocation methods for eigenvalue problem of a compact integral operator with weakly singular by: PRODUCT INTEGRATION FOR VOLTERRA INTEGRAL EQUATIONS OF THE SECOND KIND WITH WEAKLY SINGULAR KERNELS ANNAMARIA PALAMARA ORSI Abstract.

We introduce a new numerical approach for solving Volterra inte-gral equations of the second kind when the kernel contains a mild singularity. We give a convergence result.

We also present numerical examples. A method for approximating the solution of weakly singular Fredholm integral equation of the second kind with highly oscillatory trigonometric kernel is presented. The unknown function is approximated by expansion of Chebychev polynomial and the coefficients are determinated by classical collocation method.

Due to the highly oscillatory kernels of integral equation, the discretised collocation Cited by: 1. 'This outstanding monograph represents a major milestone in the list of books on the numerical solution of integral equations deserves to be on the shelf of any researcher and graduate student interested in the numerical solution of elliptic boundary-value problems.' H.

Brunner, Mathematics AbstractsCited by: (SE) and double exponential (DE) transformations are presented to solve nonlinear Fredholm-Volterra integral equations with weakly singular kernel.

Sinc approximation has considerable advantages. Some of them are the exponential convergence of an approximate solution and simply implementation, even in the presence of Size: 1MB.On Weakly Singular Fredholm Integral Equations with Displacement Kernels G.

R. RICHTER*.+ Department of Mathematics, University of Michigan, West Engineering Building, Ann Arbor, Michigan Submitted by C. L. Do&h 1. INTRODUCTION In this paper, we consider Fredholm integral equations of the second kind with weakly singular displacement.