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On a class of singular integrals

Wang, Xi.

On a class of singular integrals

by Wang, Xi.

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Singular integrals.,
  • Integral operators.

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    StatementXi Wang.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination18 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15184396M

    Buy A New Class of Singular Integral Equations and Its Application to Differential Equations With Singular Coefficients. on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. system of singular integral equations is described. To demonstrate the effectiveness of the method, a numerical example is given. In order to have a basis of comparison, the example problem is solved also by using an alternate method. 1. Introduction. The solution of a large class of mixed boundary value problems in.

    This paper aims to present a Clenshaw–Curtis–Filon quadrature to approximate thesolution of various cases of Cauchy-type singular integral equations (CSIEs) of the second kind witha highly oscillatory kernel function. We adduce that the zero case oscillation (k = 0) proposed methodgives more accurate results than the scheme introduced in Dezhbord at el. () and . The book generally takes a concrete approach, focussing on specific singular integrals. It deals mostly with transforms on \(\mathbb{R}^n\), but there’s also a chapter showing how to apply these ideas to transforms defined on other groups such as the torus and the integers.

    Jiang Y, Lu S. A note on a class of singular integral operators. Acta Math Sinica (Chin Ser), , – (in Chinese) Jiang Y, Lu S. A class of singular integral operators with rough kernels on product domain. For the classical theory of singular integrals and square functions, we refer the reader to the excellent monographs of Stein [St3,St4], and of Christ [Ch2]. Singular Integrals. A singular integral operator (SIO) in Rn (in the gener-alized sense of Coifman and Meyer), is a linear mapping T from test functions D(Rn):= C1 0 (R.


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JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS AND APPLICATIONS() A Class of Singular Integrals* CHEN AND Xi WANG Department of Mathematics, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon Submitted by Bruce C. Bern Received February 8, by: 4. In mathematics, singular integrals are central to harmonic analysis and are intimately connected with the study of partial differential equations.

Broadly speaking a singular integral is an integral operator () = ∫ (,) (),whose kernel function K: R n ×R n → R is singular along the diagonal x = ically, the singularity is such that |K(x, y)| is of size |x − y| −n asymptotically.

We consider linear integral operators Kin the form Ku(y) = Z k(x,y)u(x)dµ(x), () where the kernel k is a complex-valued measurable function with respect to the σ-algebra Σ µ⊗ν. David Levermore (UMD) Singular Integral Operators Septem A class of strongly singular, nonlinear integral equations is considered and sufficient conditions for the uniqueness of the solution and, in the linear and homogeneous case, the nonpositiveness of the associated eigenvalues are by: An integral is called strongly singular if both the integrand and integral are singular.

An integral is called hyper-singular if the kernel has a higher-order singularity than the dimension of the integral. For strongly singular integrals, they are often defined in terms of Cauchy principal value, see [10].Author: Nhan T. Tran. Dardery, S. and Allan, M.

() Chebyshev Polynomials for Solving a Class of Singular Integral Equations. Applied Mathematics, 5, doi: /am A certain type of singular integral operator which has played an important role in the historical development of the theory of elliptic PDEs is the so-called layer potential, see for example [21] for a very classical potentials actually come in two common varieties.

If Γ denotes the fundamental solution () of Laplace’s equation in R N for N ≥ 2, and Σ ⊂ R N is a. Lp BOUNDS FOR SINGULAR INTEGRALS AND MAXIMAL SINGULAR INTEGRALS 3 We conclude that if Ω satisfies condition (5) for all α>0, then T∗ Ω maps L p to Lp for all 1.

An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker.

Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Singular integrals and differentiability properties of functions by Stein, Elias M., Publication date Topics. -Singular integral operators (P. Muller, Linz) With considerable delay - for which the rst named author assumes responsibility - the present lecture notes grew out of the minicourse on singular integral operators.

Our notes re ect the original selection of classical and recent topics presented at the winter school. These were. Book Description. The book is devoted to varieties of linear singular integral equations, with special emphasis on their methods of solution.

It introduces the singular integral equations and their applications to researchers as well as graduate students of this fascinating and growing branch of applied mathematics.

The subject of singular integrals and the related Fourier multipliers on Lipschitz curves and surfaces has an extensive background in harmonic analysis and partial differential equations.

The book elaborates on the basic framework, the Fourier methodology, and the main results in various contexts, especially addressing the following topics.

The book states systemically the theory of singular integrals and Fourier multipliers on the Lipschitz graphs/surfaces and reveals the equivalence between the operator algebra of the singular integrals, Fourier multiplier operators and the Cauchy-Dunford functional calculus of the Dirac operators.

linear elliptic boundary value problems is the e cient and accurate evaluation of integrals of the form lim!0 ZZ nB (x) K(q;p)f(p)ds(p); (1) where is a surface, qis a point in, B (q) denotes the ball of radius centered at the point q, Kis singular kernel and fa smooth function.

The technique used to evaluate such integrals depends on the. w (0 of singular integrals in terms of the Aq characteristic constant of w∈Aq for arbitrary q>qw =inf{s:w∈As}. A singular integral operator is defined as follows.

Definition A one-parameter kernel on Rn is a distribution K on Rn which coin-cides with a C∞ function away from the origin and satisfies. Singular integrals were known to only a few specialists when Stein’s book was first published. Over time, however, the book has inspired a whole generation of researchers to apply its methods to a broad range of problems in many disciplines.

Get this from a library. Multilinear singular integral forms of Christ-Journé type. [Andreas Seeger, (Mathematics professor); Charles K Smart; Brian Street] -- We introduce a class of multilinear singular integral forms which generalize the Christ-Journe multilinear forms.

The research is partially motivated by an approach to Bressan’s problem on. Providing a ‘must-have’ introduction to the singularities of integrals, a number of supplementary references also offer a convenient guide to the subjects covered.

This book will appeal to both mathematicians and physicists with an interest in the area of singularities of integrals.

On singular integrals / B. Bajšanski and R. Coifman --Algebras of singular integral operators / A.-P. Calderón --On the existence of singular integrals / A. Calderón, Mary Weiss and A. Zygmund --Remarks about $\mathcal {L}^2$-theory of singular integral operators / H.

Cordes --Boundary value problems for second-order parabolic. described in this handbook is an order of magnitude greater than in any other book currently available.

The second part of the book (Chapters 7–14) presents exact, approximate analytical, and numer-ical methods for solving linear and nonlinear integral equations.

Apart from the classical methods, some new methods are also described. In this paper, we prove some results concerning the existence and uniqueness of solutions for a large class of nonlinear Volterra integral equations of the second kind, especially singular.

Singular integral equations play important roles in physics and theoretical mechanics, particularly in the areas of elasticity, aerodynamics, and unsteady aerofoil theory. They are highly effective in solving boundary problems occurring in the theory of functions of a complex variable, potential theory, the theory of elasticity, and the theory Reviews: 6.Key Concepts: Singular Integrals, Open Newton-Cotes Formulae, Gauss Integration.

7 Singular Integrals, Open Quadrature rules, and Gauss Quadrature Integrating functions with singularities Consider evaluating singular integrals of the form I = Z1 0 e¡x x2=3 dx We cannot just use the trapezoidal rule in this case as f0!

1. Instead we use.