On Nyström and Product Integration Methods for Fredholm Integral Equations
The aim of this paper is to combine classical ideas for the theoretical investigation of the Nyström method for second kind Fredholm integral equations with recent results on polynomial approximation in weighted spaces of continuous functions on bounded and unbounded intervals, where also zeros of polynomials w.r.t. exponential weights are used.
The second author was partially supported by University of Basilicata (local funds).
The third author was partially supported by University of Basilicata (local funds) and by National Group of Computing Science GNCS-INdAM.
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