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Mathematics. Mechanics. Informatics
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resolvent
Classic and generalized solutions of the mixed problem for wave equation with a summable potential. Part I. Classic solution of the mixed problem
Mixed Problem for a Homogeneous Wave Equation with a Nonzero Initial Velocity and a Summable Potential
Integral operator with kernel having jumps on broken lines
An Analogue of the Jordan–Dirichlet Theorem for the Integral Operator with Kernel Having Jumps on Broken Lines
Riescz Basis Property of Eigen and Associated Functions of Integral Operators with Discontinuous Kernels, Containing Involution
About the Classical Solution of the Mixed Problem for the Wave Equation
Justification of Fourier Method in a Mixed Problem for Wave Equation with Nonzero Velocity
On Riescz Bases of Eigenfunction of 2nd Order Differential Operator with Involution and Integral Boundary Conditions
Resolvent Approach to Fourier Method in a Mixed Problem for Nonhomogeneous Wave Equation
Solution of Integral Equations via Resolvents of Simplest Differential Operators
Approximate Solution of an Optimal Control Problem with Linear Nonhomogeneous Control System in Hilbert Space
On Analogue of Jordan – Dirichlet Theorem about the Convergence of the Expansions in Eigenfunctions of a Certain Class of DifferentialDifference Operators
The Approached Calculation of Eigenvalues of the Discrete Operator by Means of Spectral Traces of Resolvent Degree
Approximating Properties of the Powers of the Differentiation Operator Resolvent
Approximating Properties of Solutions of the Differential Equation with Integral Boundary Condition
Equiconvergence Theorem for Integral Operator with Involution
A Mixed Problem for a Wave Equation with a Nonzero Initial Velocity
On Classic Solution of the Problem for a Homogeneous Wave Equation with Fixed EndPoints and Zero Initial Velocity
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