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Application of Chebyshev, and Legendre polynomials on discrete point set to function interpolation and solving Fredholm integral equations. (English) Zbl 0963.65143

The author proposes to solve Fredholm integral equations of the first and second kind

-1 1 K(x,y)f(y)dy=q(x),f(x)-λ -1 1 K(x,y)f(y)dy=q(x),x[-1,1]

by replacing of K(x,y),q(x),f(x) with their expansions

K n (x,y)= k=0 n l=0 n C kl P k (x)P l (y),q n (x)= k=0 n Q k P k (x),f n (x)= k=0 n e k P k (x),

where P k (x) are Chebyshev or Legendre polynomials. Since integral equations of the first kind are ill-posed, the method is not in general correct when applied to such problems.

MSC:
65R20Integral equations (numerical methods)
45B05Fredholm integral equations
65R30Improperly posed problems (integral equations, numerical methods)