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Generalized convolutions and the integral equations of the convolution type

01 Apr 2010-Complex Variables and Elliptic Equations (Taylor & Francis Group)-Vol. 55, Iss: 4, pp 331-345
TL;DR: In this article, six new generalized convolutions of the integral transforms of Fourier type were given, and a class of integral equations of convolution type by using the constructed convolutions was investigated.
Abstract: This article gives six new generalized convolutions of the integral transforms of Fourier type, and investigates a class of integral equations of convolution type by using the constructed convolutions Namely, the explicit solutions in L 1(ℝ d ) of a class of integral equations of convolution type are obtained

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TL;DR: In this article, the necessary and sufficient conditions for the solvability of two integral equations of convolution type were presented, the first equation generalizes from integral equations with the Gaussian kernel, and the second one contains the Toeplitz plus Hankel kernels.

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TL;DR: In this paper, a class of singular integral equations of convolution type with Hilbert kernel was studied in the space $L^{2}[-pi, \pi], where the equations can be changed into either a system of discrete equations or a discrete jump problem depending on some parameter via the discrete Laurent transform.
Abstract: One class of singular integral equations of convolution type with Hilbert kernel is studied in the space $L^{2}[-\pi, \pi]$ in the article. Such equations can be changed into either a system of discrete equations or a discrete jump problem depending on some parameter via the discrete Laurent transform. We can thus solve the equations with an explicit representation of solutions under certain conditions.

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TL;DR: The result in this paper improves the theory of integral equations and the classical boundary value problems for analytic functions.
Abstract: In this article, we study some classes of singular integral equations of convolution type with Cauchy kernels in the class of exponentially increasing functions. Such equations are transformed into Riemann boundary value problems on either a straight line or two parallel straight lines by Fourier transformation. We propose one method different from the classical one for the study of such problems and obtain the general solutions and the conditions of solvability. Thus, the result in this paper improves the theory of integral equations and the classical boundary value problems for analytic functions.

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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors considered integral equations of convolution type with the Toeplitz plus Hankel kernels firstly posed by Tsitsiklis and Levy (1981) and obtained a necessary and sufficient condition for the solvability and unique explicit L 2 -solution.

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TL;DR: In this article, it was shown that any Hermite function or linear combination of those functions is a weight function of four explicit generalized convolutions for the Fourier cosine and sine transforms, and sufficient and necessary conditions for the solvability and explicit solutions of integral equations of convolution type are provided by using the constructed convolutions.
Abstract: In this paper, we show that arbitrary Hermite function or appropriate linear combination of those functions is a weight-function of four explicit generalized convolutions for the Fourier cosine and sine transforms. With respect to applications, normed rings on \({L^1(\mathbb{R}^d)}\) are constructed, and sufficient and necessary conditions for the solvability and explicit solutions in \({L^1(\mathbb{R}^d)}\) of the integral equations of convolution type are provided by using the constructed convolutions.

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  • ...1) generalizes from equations with Gaussian kernel which has the applications in Physics, Medicine and Biology (see [6,8,9,12])....

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