Solving three-dimensional Volterra integral equation by the reduced differential transform method

 
 
 
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    In this article, the results of two-dimensional reduced differential transform method is extended to three-dimensional case for solving three dimensional Volterra integral equation. Using the described method, the exact solution can be obtained after a few number of iterations. Moreover, examples on both linear and nonlinear Volterra integral equation are carried out to illustrate the efficiency and the accuracy of the presented method.


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    Volterra integral equation, Differential transform , Reduce differential transform.

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Article ID: 5988
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijamr.v5i2.5988




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