Physical description 
1 online resource (xx, 240 pages). 
Series 
Mathematics and Its Applications ; 79 

Mathematics and Its Applications ; 79.

Summary 
This volume presents a stateoftheart account of the theory and applications of integral equations of convolution type, and of certain classes of integrodifferential and nonlinear integral equations. An extensive and wellmotivated discussion of some open questions and of various important directions for further research is also presented. The book has been written so as to be selfcontained, and includes a list of symbols with their definitions. For users of convolution integral equations, the volume contains numerous, wellclassified inversion tables which correspond to the various convolutions and intervals of integration. It also has an extensive, uptodate bibliography. The convolution integral equations which are considered arise naturally from a large variety of physical situations and it is felt that the types of solutions discussed will be usefull in many diverse disciplines of applied mathematics and mathematical physical. For researchers and graduate students in the mathematical and physical sciences whose work involves the solution of integral equations. 
Other author 
Buschman, R. G.

Subject 
Mathematics.


Integral equations.


Quantum theory.


Electronic books. 
ISBN 
9789401580922 (electronic bk.) 

9401580928 (electronic bk.) 

9789048141852 

9048141850 

9401580928 
