Spectral Approximation for Compact Integral Operators

  • Balmohan V. Limaye


Several problems in science and engineering can be modeled and represented with the help of function spaces and integral operators on them.


Integral Operator Compact Operator Spectral Problem Finite Rank Spectral Projection 
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