Integral Equations of Fredholm Type with Rapidly Varying Kernels and Their Relationship to Dynamic Systems
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The relationship between the eigenfunctions of a Fredholm-type integral equation with rapidly oscillating kernel and the dynamic mapping is analyzed. Differential operators commuting with the Fourier operator are constructed. These operators are closely related to nontrivial solutions of the unperturbed nonlinear functional equation related to the dynamic mapping. Bibliography: 6 titles.
KeywordsFourier Dynamic System Integral Equation Functional Equation Differential Operator
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