Ukrainian Mathematical Journal

, Volume 62, Issue 10, pp 1611–1624 | Cite as

On the polyconvolution for the Fourier cosine, Fourier sine, and Kontorovich–Lebedev integral transforms

  • N. X. Thao
  • N. O. Virchenko
The polyconvolution \( \mathop {*}\limits_1 \left( {f,g,h} \right)(x) \) of three functions f, g, and h is constructed for the Fourier cosine (F c ), Fourier sine (F s ), and Kontorovich–Lebedev (K iy ) integral transforms whose factorization equality has the form
$$ {F_c}\left( {\mathop {*}\limits_1 \left( {f,g,h} \right)} \right)(y) = \left( {{F_s}f} \right)(y).\left( {{F_s}g} \right)(y).\left( {{K_{iy}}h} \right)\,\,\,\,\forall y > 0. $$
The relationships between this polyconvolution, the Fourier convolution, and the Fourier cosine convolution are established. In addition, we also establish the relationships between the product of the new polyconvolution and the products of the other known types of convolutions. As an application, we consider a class of integral equations with Toeplitz and Hankel kernels whose solutions can be obtained with the help of the new polyconvolution in the closed form. We also present the applications to the solution of systems of integral equations.


Integral Equation Weight Function Closed Form Factorization Identity Integral Transform 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • N. X. Thao
    • 1
  • N. O. Virchenko
    • 2
  1. 1.Hanoi University of TechnologyHanoiVietnam
  2. 2.“Kyiv Polytechnic Institute”Ukrainian National Technical UniversityKyivUkraine

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