Differential and Integral Equations: Boundary Value Problems and Adjoints

Differential and Integral Equations: Boundary Value Problems and Adjoints

Differential and Integral Equations: Boundary Value Problems and Adjoints
by S. Schwabik, M. Tvrdy, O. Vejvoda

Publisher: Academia Praha 1979
ISBN/ASIN: 9027708029
ISBN-13: 9789027708021
Number of pages: 246

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The present book is devoted to certain problems which belong to the domain of integral equations and boundary value problems for differential equations. Its essential part is concerned with linear systems of integral and generalized differential equations having in general discontinuous solutions of bounded variation on an interval.

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