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K-Space Formulation of the Two-Dimensional Electromagnetic Scattering Problem

Report Number: AFAL TR 72-271
Author(s): Krueger, Charles H. Jr.
Corporate Author: Air Force Avionics Laboratory
Laboratory: Air Force Avionics Laboratory
Date of Publication: 1972-09
Pages: 64
Contract: F33615-71-C-1576
Project: None Given
Task: Nine Given
AD Number: AD0749954

The main subjects of the report are a Generalized Relaxation method and a Generalized Inverse method for interactively solving large integral equations. These methods are specifically applicable to the k-space formulation of such integral equations. The report consists of a brief development of the k- space formulation of the initial value problem, with brief treatment of the electromagnetic scattering problem as a special case; and with detailed emphasis on the development of the generalized relaxation function method and the generalized inverse method.

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