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Singular integro-differential equations with applications

  • * Corresponding author: Mohammed Al Horani (horani@ju.edu.jo)

    * Corresponding author: Mohammed Al Horani (horani@ju.edu.jo) 
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  • We are devoted with singular integro-differential abstract Cauchyproblems. Required conditions on spaces and operators are givenguaranteeing existence and uniqueness of solutions. Applications from partial differential equations are given to illustrate the abstract singular integro-differential problem.

    Mathematics Subject Classification: Primary: 35R09; Secondary: 45J05.


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