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The approximate solution of an integral equation using high-order Gaussian quadrature formulas

Authors: Stephen M. Robinson and A. H. Stroud
Journal: Math. Comp. 15 (1961), 286-288
MSC: Primary 45.00
MathSciNet review: 0124702
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