SOLUTION OF INTEGRAL EQUATIONS BY HYBRID COMPUTATION.
UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES DEPT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
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Two alternative approaches to the hybrid computer solution of a class of integral equations are presented in this report. The first approach is based on a direct hybrid mechanization of the classical Neumann iterative procedure. The second iterative method, due to Fisher, leads to considerably faster convergence than the classical technique. The methods are compared from the standpoints of accuracy and computer implementation. Illustrative examples include several Fredholm-type integral equations. Extension of the technique to other types of integral equations is discussed in the concluding section of the report. Author
- Numerical Mathematics