A numerical method for solving the Fredholm integral equation of the second kind
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The numerical method is used to solve the Fredholm integral equation of the second kind with weak singular kernels using the Toeplitz matrices. The solution has a computing time requirement ofO(N 2), where 2N + 1 is the number of discretization points used. Also, the error estimate is computed. Some numerical examples are computed using the MathCad package.
AMS Mathematics Subject Classification45B05 45D05
Key word and phrasesFredholm integral equation singular integral operator Toeplitz matrices
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