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—To study any electromagnetic system, the geometry model must be discretized into elements with an appropriate size for the working frequency. The discretization of a system must be transparent to the user of electromagnetic computing tools. A mesher is presented based on the paving algorithm. The algorithm has been modified to allow triangular elements and… (More)
A new ray-tracing method has been developed to compute the propagation at indoor/outdoor environments considering n-bounces. The Angular Z-Buffer algorithm (AZB) together with the A* heuristic search method are considered. The approach is very efficient allowing the analysis of high-order bounces in reasonable CPU-time utilizing an affordable computer.
Following McDuff and Tolman's work on toric manifolds , we focus on 4– dimensional NEF toric manifolds and we show that even though Seidel's elements consist of infinitely many contributions, they can be expressed by closed formulas. From these formulas, we then deduce the expression of the quantum homology ring of these manifolds as well as their… (More)
—A numerically efficient approach for the rigorous computation of bi-static scattering and radiation problems is presented. The approach is based on an improvement of a previous method scheme that combines the Characteristic Basis Function Method (CBFM) and the Multilevel Fast Multipole Algorithm (MLFMA). The approach combines Characteristic Basis Functions… (More)