Computed relative error estimations for Example 3 from some values of N.

Computed relative error estimations for Example 3 from some values of N.

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In this paper we propose an approximation method for solving second kind Volterra integral equation systems by radial basis functions. It is based on the minimization of a suitable functional in a discrete space generated by compactly supported radial basis functions of Wendland type. We prove two convergence results, and we highlight this because...

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