integral transformation

integral transformation

[′int·ə·grəl ‚tranz·fər′mā·shən]
(mathematics)
A transform of a function F (x) given by the function where K (x, y) is some function. Also known as integral transform.
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Solution obtained by DTM is series solutions; on the other hand Aboodh integral Transformation gives exact solution.
The first steps to solve (5) analytically are straightforward if the integral transformation t = [[rho].
This procedure stands out by its mathematical simplicity and is based on, to the authors' knowledge, a novel integral transformation, which is of the form
A novel integral transformation is presented for the analytical calculation of the weakly singular free space static potential integrals associated to uniform sources distributed over arbitrarily shaped flat polygons.
Besides, all integral transformations are common for the whole (4).
Influence upon (33), (27) of all inverse integral transformations [S.
As it is previous shown, all corresponding integral transformations that are applied to (39) by the spatial arguments (x, y, z), lead to the ODE in terms of transforms regarding temporal variable t