integral operator

integral operator

[′int·ə·grəl ′äp·ə‚rād·ər]
(mathematics)
A rule for transforming one function into another function by means of an integral; this often is in context a linear transformation on some vector space of functions.
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22], such an approach is superior to the data-dependent integration of K'[phi], where possible singularities of [phi] as well as the singular kernel of the boundary integral operator K' have to be treated simultaneously.
We want to be an integral operator for the small and medium enterprises (SME) and as such we want to be present in the 3G market and in the battle for the 4G services," CEO Jose Poza told Spanish daily Expansion.
Srivastava, Some functional inequalities and inclusion relationship associated with certain families of integral operator, Comput.
Recently, Jung, Kim, and Srivastava [2] introduced the following one-parameter family of integral operator
Theorems for factorization and zeros of functions in the space are treated next, followed by integral operators and equivalent norms, non-conformally invariant space induced by the integral operator, and Schatten classes of the integral operator.
Noor [2] and Noor and Noor [3] defined and studied an integral operator [I.
For establishing our results, we also necessarily introduce the following Riemann-Liouville fractional integral operator.
7, 18]), the Ruscheweyh derivatives [31], the generalized Bernardi-Libera-Livingston integral operator (cf.
Among their topics are the moment problem, the Kato-Friedrichs operator, the integral operator of a moment matrix, and boundedness and spectral properties.
In the present paper, we shall study the fractional integral operator involving multivariable H-function, which is a generalization of an operator studied by Saxena and Kumbhat (8) and defined as follows: