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  • To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
  • Subject: integral equation
  • From: Jennifer Voitle <FAC3258 at uoft01.bitnet>
  • Date: Fri, 27 Mar 92 18:23:18 EDT

has anyone had any success with integral equations?  I have a system of ODE's,
one of which involves the function r"t" which is an integral equation. I tried
to define it like this:
r"t_" := Integrate"x' "t" Exp"-(t-z)",(z,-Infinity,t)" etc. but later on when
 this was called from NDSolve, it didn't work.  There is no reference to integr
al equations in the Mathematica manual.  Thanks in advance for any assistance|

Jennifer Voitle <FAC3258%UOFT01.BITNET at pucc.Princeton.EDU>





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