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A note on solutions of wave, Laplace’s and heat equations with convolution terms by using a double Laplace transform. (English) Zbl 1184.35009
Summary: We consider general linear second-order partial differential equations and we solve three fundamental equations by replacing the non-homogeneous terms with double convolution functions and data by a single convolution.

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35A22 Transform methods (e.g., integral transforms) applied to PDEs
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