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I've questions about the Fredholm integral equation :

1. Is an following eq.

[itex]a(x)y(x) + \int^{∞}_{-∞}\frac{\sin(x-y)}{x-y}dy = f(x)[/itex]

be defined as singular integral equation, if it is how can i get the solution?

2. What is the definition of singular kernel and is the kernel in (1)?

please help me or give me some suggestions/links to materials about these.

Thank you.

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# Question about singular integral eq.

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