Lyudmyla Velychko

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Exact absorbing conditions are used in computational electrodynamics of nonsine waves for truncating the domain of computation when replacing the original open initial boundary value problem by a modified problem formulated in a bounded domain. In this paper we prove the equivalency of these two problems.
Exact absorbing conditions are used in electrodynamics of nonsine waves for truncating the domain of computation when replacing an open initial boundary value problem by a modified problem formulated in a bounded domain. In this work we prove the equivalency of these two problems.
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