Identities for the E2, 1-transform and their applications
In the present paper the authors introduce the E -transform with kernel the exponential integral function. It is shown that the third iterate of the L -transform is the exponential integral transform, and some identities involving the new transform, the L -transform and the Widder potential transform are given. Using the identities, Parseval-Goldstein type results involving these transforms are proved. Some illustrative examples are also given. © 2006 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. 2, 1 2 2
Applied Mathematics and Computation
Brown, David; Dernek, Neşe; and Yürekli, Osman, "Identities for the E2, 1-transform and their applications" (2007). Faculty Articles Indexed in Scopus. 1768.