Fourier series approximation for the Cauchy singular integral equation
Using the Fourier series as a projection in the Galerkin method, we approach the solution of the Cauchy singular integral equation. This study is carried in \(L^2\). Numerical examples are developped to show the effectiveness of this method.
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