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Abstract

We consider the eigenvalue problem
$$Kx = \lambda x,\left( {Kx} \right)\left( s \right) = \int\limits_I {k\left( {s,t} \right)x\left( t \right)dt,I = \left[ {0,1} \right]} $$
(1.1)
, with K : X → X, X = L2 (I), a compact integral operator. In order to obtain approximations xh resp. yh for elements of \(N\left( {K,\lambda } \right): = \left\{ {z \in X\left| {\left( {K - \lambda Id} \right)z = 0} \right.} \right\}\) resp.

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