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TitleWave Propagation in Complex Media [electronic resource] / edited by George Papanicolaou
ImprintNew York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer, 1998
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4612-1678-0
Descript X, 295 p. online resource

SUMMARY

This is both promo text and back cover copy: This volume combines the discussions of two workshops: one devoted to wavelets, multigrid and other fast algorithms (multipole, FFT) and their use in wave propagation, and another devoted to waves in random and other complex media. The majority of the chapters deal with the effects of inhomogeneities of wave propagation both theoretically and computationally. They include topics such as waves in random media, coherent effects in scattering for random systems with discrete spectrum, interaction of microwaves with sea ice, scattering in magnetic field, surface waves, seismogram envelopes, backscattering, polarization mode dispersions, and spatio-temporal distribution of seismic power. Several chapters describes numerical methods, such as fast algorithms for solving electromagnetic scattering problems, and the panel clustering methods in 3-d BEM


CONTENT

Fast algorithms for solving electromagnetic scattering problems -- 2d photonic crystals with cubic structure: asymptotic analysis -- On waves in random media in the diffusion-approximation regime -- Coherent effects in scattering from bounded random systems with discrete spectrum -- The interaction of microwaves with sea ice -- Electron in two-dimensional system with point scatterers and magnetic field -- On the propagation properties of surface waves -- Greenโ{128}{153}s function, lattice sums and Rayleighโ{128}{153}s identity for a dynamic scattering problem -- Study of seismogram envelopes based on the energy transport theory -- The panel clustering method in 3-d bem -- Propagation of electromagnetic waves in two-dimensional disordered systems -- Reciprocity and coherent backscattering of light -- Spatio-temporal distribution of seismic power for a random absorptive slab in a half space


Mathematics Mathematical analysis Analysis (Mathematics) Mathematics Analysis



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