Anno2012
AutoriDe Micheli Enrico; Viano Giovanni Alberto
AbstractThe Fredholm integral equations of the first kind are a classical example of ill-posed problem in the sense of Hadamard. If the integral operator is self-adjoint and admits a set of eigenfunctions, then a formal solution can be written in terms of eigenfunction expansions. One of the possible methods of regularization consists in truncating this formal expansion after restricting the class of admissible solutions through a-priori global bounds. In this paper we reconsider various possible methods of truncation from the viewpoint of the epsilon-coverings of compact sets.
RivistaIntegral Equations And Operator Theory
ISSN0378-620X
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Volume73
Pagina inizio571
Pagina fine553
Autori IBFEnrico DE MICHELI
Linee di Ricerca IBFMD.P01.004.001
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