A new technique called "forward-backward," has been developed for solving the magnetic field integral equation (MFIE) for perfectly conducting azimuthally homogeneous surfaces, including cases where… Expand

H-pol and V-pol backscatter cross sections at incidence angles of 85/spl deg/, 60/spl deg/, and 40/spl deg/ are computed at X-band for two temporal sequences of simulated sea waves, one with a… Expand

The previously developed forward-backward method for calculating scattering from perfectly conducting azimuthally homogeneous surfaces is extended to imperfect conductors, where the dielectric… Expand

Lowest-order radiative corrections to the pion-photon-photon vertex are calculated in the pseudoscalar $\ensuremath{\pi}N\overline{N}$ theory. Causal analysis of two- and three-particle exchange… Expand

The real photon decay, $\ensuremath{\gamma}\ensuremath{\rightarrow}\ensuremath{\nu}\overline{\ensuremath{\nu}}$, is calculated in strong magnetic fields ($H\ensuremath{\sim}{10}^{13}$ G) using a… Expand

Within the context of the nonrelativistic theory of dyons, we study a number of interrelated issues concerning the quantum formulation of magnetic charge. We begin by solving the two‐body Schrodinger… Expand

A new mathematical and numerical technique has been developed for calculating the electromagnetic current on smooth one-dimensional perfectly conducting surfaces for low grazing angles; the surfaces… Expand