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Asymptotic solution for first and second order linear Volterra integro-differential equations with convolution kernels. (English) Zbl 1198.45012
Summary: This paper addresses the problem of finding an asymptotic solution for first- and second-order integro-differential equations containing an arbitrary kernel, by evaluating the corresponding inverse Laplace and Fourier transforms. The aim of the paper is to go beyond the Tauberian theorem in the case of integral-differential equations which are widely used by the scientific community. The results are applied to the convolute form of the Lindblad equation setting generic conditions on the kernel in such a way as to generate a positive definite density matrix, and show that the structure of the eigenvalues of the correspondent Liouvillian operator plays a crucial role in determining the positivity of the density matrix.

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45M05Asymptotic theory of integral equations
45D05Volterra integral equations
45E10Integral equations of the convolution type
45J05Integro-ordinary differential equations
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