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- Ignace Bogaert, Femke Olyslager
- J. Comput. Physics
- 2009

- Ignace Bogaert
- SIAM J. Scientific Computing
- 2014

Gauss–Legendre quadrature rules are of considerable theoretical and practical interest because of their role in numerical integration and interpolation. In this paper, a series expansion for the zeros of the Legendre polynomials is constructed. In addition, a series expansion useful for the computation of the Gauss–Legendre weights is derived. Together,… (More)

- Jürgen De Zaeytijd, Ignace Bogaert, Ann Franchois
- J. Comput. Physics
- 2008

- I. Bogaert
- 2009

Integral equations arising from the time-harmonic Maxwell equations contain the Green function of the Helmholtz equation as the integration kernel. The structure of this Green function has allowed the development of so-called fast multipole methods (FMMs), i.e. methods for accelerating the matrix-vector products that are required for the iterative solution… (More)

- Ignace Bogaert, Davy Pissoort, Femke Olyslager
- J. Comput. Physics
- 2007

A novel technique to accelerate the aggregation and disaggregation stages in evanescent plane wave methods is presented. The new method calculates the six plane wave radiation patterns from a multipole expansion (aggregation) and calculates the multipole expansion of an incoming field from the six plane wave incoming field patterns. It is faster than the… (More)

- I. Bogaert, F. Olyslager
- 2009 International Conference on Electromagnetics…
- 2009

The Multilevel Fast Multipole Algorithm (MLFMA) is widely used for the acceleration of matrix-vector products in the iterative solution of scattering problems. The MLFMA, however, suffers from a low-frequency (LF) breakdown. This breakdown is usually avoided by hybridizing the MLFMA with a method that does not fail at LF. For example, the Green function can… (More)

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