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Integral Equation Based Domain Decomposition Method for Solving Electromagnetic Wave Scattering From Non-Penetrable Objects
The integral equation (IE) method is commonly utilized to model time-harmonic electromagnetic (EM) problems. One of the greatest challenges in its applications arises in the solution of the resultingExpand
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A Discontinuous Galerkin Surface Integral Equation Method for Electromagnetic Wave Scattering From Nonpenetrable Targets
We present a discontinuous Galerkin surface integral equation method, herein referred to as IEDG, for time harmonic electromagnetic wave scattering from nonpenetrable targets. The proposed IEDGExpand
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Computations of Electromagnetic Wave Scattering From Penetrable Composite Targets Using a Surface Integral Equation Method With Multiple Traces
We present a surface integral equation domain decomposition method (SIE-DDM) for time harmonic electromagnetic wave scattering from bounded composite targets. The proposed SIE-DDM starts byExpand
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Domain Decomposition Preconditioning for Surface Integral Equations in Solving Challenging Electromagnetic Scattering Problems
We propose and study a nonoverlapping and nonconforming domain decomposition method for the integral-equation-based solution of large, complex electromagnetic (EM) scattering problems. The continuityExpand
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Graph Representation Learning via Graphical Mutual Information Maximization
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The richness in the content of various information networks such as social networks and communication networks provides the unprecedented potential for learning high-quality expressive representations without external supervision. Expand
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Robustness of RF MEMS Capacitive Switches With Molybdenum Membranes
This paper compares the characteristics of an RF microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) capacitive switch with a molybdenum membrane versus that of a switch with similar construction but with anExpand
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Top vs. bottom charging of the dielectric in RF MEMS capacitive switches
Using a movable top electrode, for the first time, top vs. bottom charging of the dielectric in metal/insulator/metal capacitors is delineated. For the Al/SiO2/Cr structure used in RF MEMS capacitiveExpand
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A transient SPICE model for dielectric-charging effects in RF MEMS capacitive switches
A transient simulation program with integrated circuit emphasis (SPICE) model for dielectric-charging effects in RF microelectromechanical system (MEMS) capacitive switches was developed andExpand
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Non-Conformal Domain Decomposition Method With Mixed True Second Order Transmission Condition for Solving Large Finite Antenna Arrays
  • Z. Peng, J. Lee
  • Mathematics
  • IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation
  • 7 March 2011
A non-overlapping and non-conformal domain decomposition method (DDM) is presented for modeling large finite antenna arrays. Two major benefits of the proposed DDM: (a) A mixed true second orderExpand
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Analysis of scattering by large objects with off-diagonally anisotropic material using finite element-boundary integral-multilevel fast multipole algorithm
The scattering by large anisotropic objects is computed using the hybrid finite element-boundary integral-multilevel fast multipole algorithm (FE-BI-MLFMA). The validity of FE-BI-MLFMA for objectsExpand
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