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New definition of a singular integral operator

Department of Mathematics, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS 66506, USA.

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Annals of Communications in Mathematics 2023
, 6 (4),
220-224.
https://doi.org/10.62072/acm.2023.060402
Received: 13 September 2023 |
Accepted: 15 November 2023 |
Published: 31 December 2023

Abstract

Let D be a connected bounded domain in R^2, S be its boundary which is closed, connected, and smooth, or S=(-∞,∞). Let Φ(z) be the function defined as Φ(z)=1/(2πi) ∫S(f(s)ds)/(s-z), where f∈L^1(S) and z=x+iy. The singular integral operator Af is defined as Af: =1/(iπ) ∫S(f(s)ds)/(s-t), where t∈S. This new definition simplifies the proof of the existence of Φ(t). Necessary and sufficient conditions are given for f∈L^1(S) to be the boundary value of an analytic function in D. The Sokhotsky-Plemelj formulas are derived for f∈L^1(S). Our new definition allows one to treat singular boundary values of analytic functions.

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Alexander G. Ramm.
New definition of a singular integral operator.

Annals of Communications in Mathematics,

2023,
6 (4):
220-224.
https://doi.org/10.62072/acm.2023.060402
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