Numerical solution of integral equations system of the second kind by block-pulse functions. (English) Zbl 1073.65149

Summary: This paper endeavors to formulate block-pulse functions to propose solutions for the Fredholm integral equations system. To begin with we describe the characteristic of block-pulse functions and will go on to indicate that through this method a system of Fredholm integral equations can be reduced to an algebraic equation. Numerical examples presented to illustrate the accuracy of the method.


65R20 Numerical methods for integral equations
45F05 Systems of nonsingular linear integral equations
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