On the Integral Equation Method
The integral equation method has been discussed in three papers at this symposium and it might seem a little disappointing to note, especially for the case with shocks, that the method has not yet reached a satisfactory stage of completeness. However, the solution method itself has revealed various important features which gives a strong cause for further development. The purpose of the present comments is to voice a word of optimism in this respect.
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