Fast and Efficient Algorithms in Computational Electromagnetics

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W.C. Chew, J.M. Jin, E. Michielssen, and J.M. Song

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Here’s a cutting-edge resource that brings you up-to-date with all the recent advances in computational electromagnetics. You get the most-current information available on the multilevel fast multipole algorithm in both the time and frequency domains, as well as the latest developments in fast algorithms for low frequencies and specialized structures, such as the planar and layered media. These algorithms solve large electromagnetics problems with shorter turn around time, using less computer memory.

Complex problems that once required a supercomputer to solve, can now be solved on a workstation or personal computer with the innovative methods taught in this resource. The book introduces you to new advances in the perfectly matched layer absorbing boundary conditions, and offers you a thorough understanding of error analysis of numerical methods, fast-forward and inverse solvers for inverse problems, hybridization in computational electromagnetics, and asymptotic waveform evaluation.

Contents: Introduction to Electromagnetic Analysis and Computational Electromagnetics. The Fast Multipole Method and the Multilevel Fast Multipole Algorithm in 2D. FMM and MLFMA in 3D and the Fast Illinois Solver Code. Parallelization of Electrodynamic Multilevel Fast Multipole Algorithm on Distributed Memory Computers. Multilevel Fast Multipole Algorithm at Very Low Frequencies. Error Analysis of Surface Integral Equation Methods. Advances in the Theory of Perfectly Matched Layers. Fast Forward and Inverse Scattering Methods for Buried Objects. Low-Frequency Scattering from Penetrable Bodies. Efficient Analysis of Waveguiding Structures. Volume-Surface Integral Equation. Hybridization in Computational Electromagnetics. Finite Element Analysis of Complex Axisymmetric Problems. Asymptotic Waveform Evaluation for Broadband Calculations. Full Wave Analysis of Multilayer Microstrip Problems. The Steepest Descent Fast Multipole Method. Plane Wave Time Domain Algorithms for the Fast Analysis of Transient Wave Phenomena. Analysis of Electromagnetic Scattering Phenomena Using a Two-Level Plane Wave Time Domain Algorithm.

Weng Cho Chew is a professor and director at the University of Illinois. He is a fellow member of the IEEE and holds an M.S. and Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.