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I would to solve an integral equation, here is the form

[tex]f(x)=\int_{x}^{R}K(x,t)g(t)dt[/tex]

f(x) and g(t) are known function, R is an constant, how to compute the unknown Kernel

K(x,t)?

Thanks a lot

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# Integral equation with unknown kernel?

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