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Monte Carlo method; integral operators; positive operators
In this paper, a method of numerical solution to the dominant eigenvalue problem for positive integral operators is presented. This method is based on results of the theory of positive operators developed by Krein and Rutman. The problem is solved by Monte Carlo method constructing random variables in such a way that differences between results obtained and the exact ones would be arbitrarily small. Some numerical results are shown.
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