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Degenerate kernel method for Hammerstein equations

Authors: Hideaki Kaneko and Yuesheng Xu
Journal: Math. Comp. 56 (1991), 141-148
MSC: Primary 65R20; Secondary 45L05
MathSciNet review: 1052097
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Abstract: The classical method of the degenerate kernel method is applied to numerically solve the Hammerstein equations. Several numerical examples are given to demonstrate the effectiveness of the current method. A brief discussion of a number of methods to decompose the kernel is also included.

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