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|Author(s):||Filomena D. d' Almeida|
|Title:||Projection methods based on grids for weakly singular integral equations|
|Abstract:||For the solution of a weakly singular Fredholm integral equation of the 2nd kind defined on a Banach space, for instance L1([a,b]), the classical projection methods with the discretization of the approximating operator on a finite dimensional subspace usually use a basis of this subspace built with grids on [a,b]. This may require a large dimension of the subspace. One way to overcome this problem is to include more information in the approximating operator or to compose one classical method with one step of iterative refinement. This is the case of Kulkarni method or iterated Kantorovich method. Here we compare these methods in terms of accuracy and arithmetic workload. A theorem stating comparable error bounds for these methods, under very weak assumptions on the kernel, the solution and the space where the problem is set, is given.|
|Scientific areas:||Ciências exactas e naturais::Matemática|
|Document Type:||Artigo em Revista Científica Internacional|
|Appears in Collections:||FEUP - Artigo em Revista Científica Internacional|
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