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4, where a more general Fredholm-type equation of the first kind was discussed. 20 Heat equation with reversed time. Consider the problem: Ut = uxx, t > 0, 0 < x < X(>; u(0,t) = u(xb,t) = 0, u(x,0) — f(x). This problem has a unique solution: oo u{x,t) = ^2e'Xjtf^j(x); f = (/,^) L 2(o,x) == j), J= l ΨΑΧ) = V - sin(jx); λ^- = j 2 ; {ψί,ψτη) = δίιΤη. Consider the following problem: Given the function g(x) and a number T > 0, can one find f(x) = u(x,0) such that u(x, T) = g(x)l In general, the answer is no: Not every g(x) can be the value of the solution u(x, t) of the heat equation at t = T > 0.

The estimate Rsfs has to be constructed on the basis of the known data {δ, fs,Ma} only. These data may correspond to any / in the set Κ(δ,a). 10). 2. 4 Stable solution of Fredholm integral equations of the first kind. 13) where D C Rn is a bounded domain and the function A(x, y) e L2(D x D) or sup / \A(x,y)\dy < M. 13) is compact in H = L(D). 13) is compact in X = C(D). Indeed, if A € L2(D x £>), then / f \A(x,y)\2dxdy

75), one uses the spectral theorem again and gets Jl = \\TâlTy - yf = ^IIT-VII = Γ " ^f^f \a "+" s) Jo One has limiß2(a) = \\Pjsyf o—»0 := ß2(a). 82) because y J. Λ/" by the assumption, and JV=(EQ- Ε-ο)Η. 82), one gets \\ua,8-y\\ 0. 74): The convergence can be as slow as one wishes for some y. The usual assumption which would guarantee some rate of decay of ß and, therefore, of ||u,5 — y\\ is the following one: y = Tbz, 0 < b < 1.