Solution of an integral equation of the convolution type with finite limits of integration

@inproceedings{Sologub1971SolutionOA,
  title={Solution of an integral equation of the convolution type with finite limits of integration},
  author={V. G. Sologub},
  year={1971}
}
Abstract A METHOD of solving an integral equation of the convolution type with finite limits of integration which arises in the problem of diffraction by a strip is given. A class of right sides for which there exists a unique solution of the equation from the space L p (− a , a ), where 1 p a is the width of the strip) is explained in passing. In one particular case asymptotic expressions for the unknown function with an estimate of the error, when the integration length is small and when it… CONTINUE READING

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