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Volterra Equation of first kind... existence of solution? 
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Jun308, 11:02 AM

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Hi all.
I'm currently working on a problem that has led me to an integral equation of the form: [tex] u(t)=\int_0^t K(t,\tau)f(\tau)\, \mathrm{d}\tau \qquad t\in (0,T)[/tex] or simply [tex]u=Kf[/tex]. I've managed to prove the following:
Does anyone know of any references that deal with this stuff (journal access isn't a problem)? 


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