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In this case the attention is to nonlocal effects [23] which are modelled by convolution integrals with certain kernel functions.
But, just as with S-parameter simulation, repeated use of the convolution integral leads to errors in results caused by local truncation error.
Srivastava and Buschman established the following theorem giving the solution of the Convolution integral equation whose kernel is Fox H-function.