A Primer on Integral Equations of the First Kind: The Problem of Deconvolution and Unfolding

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SIAM, 1991 - Mathematics - 135 pages
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This book is designed to offer applied mathematicians, physicists, chemists, engineers, geophysicists, and other scientists an elementary level explanation of integral equations of the first kind. It maintains a casual, conversational approach. The book emphasizes understanding, while deliberately avoiding special methods of highly limited application.

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