﻿Numerical Solution of Functional Integral and Integro-Differential Equations by Using B-Splines

Applied Mathematics
Vol.3 No.12(2012), Article ID:25467,5 pages DOI:10.4236/am.2012.312265

Numerical Solution of Functional Integral and Integro-Differential Equations by Using B-Splines

Hesam-Eldien Derili Gherjalar1*, Hossein Mohammadikia2

1Department of Mathematics, Karaj Branch, Islamic Azad University, Karaj, Iran

2Faculty of Education, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Johor, Malaysia

Email: *derili@kiau.ac.ir, hmohamadikia@yahoo.com

Received September 20, 2012; revised October 20, 2012; accepted October 28, 2012

Keywords: Lagrange Interpolation; B-Spline Functions; Functional Integral Equation; Functional Integro-Differential Equation; Functional Differential Equations

ABSTRACT

This paper describes an approximating solution, based on Lagrange interpolation and spline functions, to treat functional integral equations of Fredholm type and Volterra type. This method extended to functional integral and integro-differential equations. For showing efficiency of the method we give some numerical examples.

1. Introduction

In recent years there has been a growing interest in the numerical treatment of the functional differential equations, (1)

which is said to be of retarded type if . It is said to be natural type . If it is said to be advanced type. For more general functional equations see Arndt , In further details many authors such as, El-Gendi , Zennaro , Fox, et al. .

Rashed introduced new interpolation method for functional integral equations and functional integro-differential equations . In this paper we approximate the numerical solution of the following functional integral equations and integro-differential equations: (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)

where For this approximation we first interpolate with following interpolation formula: (7)

where (8)

and (9)

where (10)

where is a well known function.

Then for computing we use B-Spline approximation that we present its details in the next section [6-9]. In the third section we give our method for functional integral equations. Also the fourth section is devoted to numerical solution of integro-differential equations. Of course for computing integrals both in the third and the fourth section we used Clenshaw-Curtis rule [10,11]. Finally in the latest section we give some applications of both functional integral equations and integro differential equations with numerical solutions. In addition, we compared our results with Rashed method [5,12]. We present some additional conclusions in Section 6.

2. Functional Linear Integral Equations of the Second Kind

In this paper we use spline function with Lagrange interpolation to compute the numerical solution of functional linear integral equations of the second kind: (11) (12) (13) (14)

In fact, We seek to find an approximation to which satisfies some interpolation property or variational principle.

In this functional integral Equations (2)-(5), we may use Lagrange interpolation of by (15)

where (16)

and (17)

and also (18)

where (19)

and (20)

where is well known function. Also (21) (22)

The integral part of each functional Equations (2)-(5) is given as follows: Integrating (1) w.r.t from to  (23) (24)

Integrating (10) w.r.t from to  (25) (26)

Integrating (10) w.r.t from to  (27)

where (28) (29)

The integral in the relation (21) is approximated as: (30)

where  Finally, the functional integral equation is approximated by system of linear equations. Also, the method is extended to treat the functional equations of advanced type ( in or ) (31)

The last equation may not has analytically solution.

3. Functional Linear Integro-Differential Equations of the Second Kind

Consider the functional integro-differential equation of the second equation (32)

where With using Lagrange interpolation, the second derivative is given by (33)

where (34)

Integrating (35) w.r.t from to  (35)

Integrating (37) w.r.t from to  (36)

The integral is computed as (31). Also, integrating (36) w.r.t from to  (37)

Substitution from (37) to (40) into (34) lead to system of linear equations where  (38)

and (39)

The integrals in (40) and (41) may be computed by Clenshaw-Curtis rule. It is obviously that the method may be extended to functional linear differential equations of the second order if in (34).

4. Numerical Examples

We compared our results with Rashed results . We consider here the following examples on the functional integral equation, integro-differential and differential equations for comparison. The computed errors in these tables are defined to be Example 1. Volterra integral equation of the second kind  Example 2. Fredholm integral equation of the second kind  Example 3. Volterra integral equation of the second kind  Example 4. Volterra integral equation of the second kind  Example 5. Volterra integro-differential equation of the second kind  5. Conclusions

1) The method give the approximate solution at the points 2) The method can be extended to the functional differential equation 3) The method may be used to treat boundary functional differential or integro-differential equations. 4) The small errors obtained shows that the method indeed successfully approximate the solution of problem.

Remark 1 The spline piecewise functions are very essential tools in approximation Theory. Then for this we applied B-Splines for approximation of unknown answer in integro-differential equations. From Tables, We see that for mesh points with , we have small errors. Therefore the mentioned results for have high quality and application of B-Splines is acceptable (of course for getting convenient answer we must had ).

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