# Solution of Integral Equations of Volterra Type Using The Adomian Decomposition Method (ADM)

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Volterra type, integral equation, exact solution, Adomian decomposition method## Abstract

This paper presents an alternative semi-analytical method for the solution of the Volterra integral equations. The solution of the Volterra integral equations has been decomposed into an infinite series of components via the Adomian decomposition method (ADM). Furthermore, four illustrative examples were solved to measure the performance of ADM in terms of suitability, convergence, and accuracy. Moreover, the results obtained via ADM were compared with the exact solution. Hence, ADM is found to be a good tool for the solution of Volterra integral equations and also minimizes the volume of calculations.

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