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Integral Equations with Difference Kernels on Finite Intervals: Second Edition, Revised and Extended - Operator Theory: Advances and Applications 84 (Paperback)
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Integral Equations with Difference Kernels on Finite Intervals: Second Edition, Revised and Extended - Operator Theory: Advances and Applications 84 (Paperback)

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This book focuses on solving integral equations with difference kernels on finite intervals. The corresponding problem on the semiaxis was previously solved by N. Wiener-E. Hopf and by M.G. Krein. The problem on finite intervals, though significantly more difficult, may be solved using our method of operator identities. This method is also actively employed in inverse spectral problems, operator factorization and nonlinear integral equations. Applications of the obtained results to optimal synthesis, light scattering, diffraction, and hydrodynamics problems are discussed in this book, which also describes how the theory of operators with difference kernels is applied to stable processes and used to solve the famous M. Kac problems on stable processes. In this second edition these results are extensively generalized and include the case of all Levy processes. We present the convolution expression for the well-known Ito formula of the generator operator, a convolution expression that has proven to be fruitful. Furthermore we have added a new chapter on triangular representation, which is closely connected with previous results and includes a new important class of operators with non-trivial invariant subspaces. Numerous formulations and proofs have now been improved, and the bibliography has been updated to reflect more recent additions to the body of literature.

Publisher: Birkhauser
ISBN: 9783319307633
Number of pages: 226
Weight: 3752 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 13 mm
Edition: 2nd revised and extended ed. 2015


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"This monograph consists of 11 chapters, it is dedicated to the analysis of integral equations ... . The monograph can be useful for researchers, undergraduate and graduate students in applied mathematics, whose research area is related to application of integral equations." (Alexander N. Tynda, zbMATH 1334.45001, 2016)

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