Complete Volterra Integrodifferential Equations of the Second Order Unsolved with Respect to the Higher Derivative
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We prove the theorem on solvability of the Cauchy problem for the complete Volterra integrodifferential linear equations of the second order in a Hilbert space. For a complete equation, we consider three main classes of equations depending on the ordering of operator coefficients.
KeywordsCauchy Problem Strong Solution Operator Versus Operator Matrix Integrodifferential Equation
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