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Singular Perturbation Analysis of Integral Equations: Part II

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Singularly perturbed linear Volterra or Fredholm integral equations with kernels possessing jump discontinuities in a derivative are discussed within the framework of [6]. An intriguing and remarkable feature of such equations is that in general the leading order outer solution does not satisfy the unperturbed integral equation. Moreover, the solution usually exhibits large amplitude boundary layer behavior at one or both endpoints. Our perturbation technique, which is based on an efficient asymptotic splitting of the integral equation, clearly reveals the rich asymptotic solution structure for this class of equations.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: October 1, 1993

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