On some systems of convolution-type first-order integrodifferential equations on the semiaxis
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We study a class of vector convolution-type integrodifferential equations on the semiaxis used for the description of various applied problems of mathematical physics. By using a special three-factor decomposition of the original mathematical integrodifferential operator, we prove the solvability of these equations in certain functional spaces.
KeywordsVector Function Matrix Operator Integrodifferential Equation Fubini Theorem Physical Kinetic
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