Reduction to Volterra-Type Equations
It is shown that many problems of applied mathematics can be reduced to the solutions of Volterra-type integral and integro-differential equations. So, the numerical methods for V. i. e. developed in Ch. 5 can be used for the numerical solution of wide class of problems.
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