Differential equations containing values of unknown functions and their derivatives at different points of a manifold are called nonlocal differential equations. The simplest equation of this type has the form
$$ D_1 u\left( x \right) + D_2 u\left( {g\left( x \right)} \right) = f\left( x \right),x \in \Omega , $$
where D1 and D2 are some differential operators, u is the unknown function, and g: Ω → Ω is a self-mapping of the domain where the equation is considered. We shall consider only equations in which the mapping g is invertible.


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