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Both indirect and direct formulations seem to have their origin at an early stage in the 1960s in the sense that they have used as numerical techniques to solve the boundary value problems. The indirect formulation has been used by Hess 19) ' 20) for potential flow problems, and used by Chen and Schweikert13) for sound radiation problems. Elastic potentials which are used in this treatise have been first introduced by Kupradze23)>25) for steady-state elastodynamic problems. Analogous sigularity methods have been utilized by Massonnet26) and Rieder27).
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