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A coupled-mode theory for two-dimensional exterior Helmholtz problems based on the Neumann and Dirichlet normal mode expansion

  title={A coupled-mode theory for two-dimensional exterior Helmholtz problems based on the Neumann and Dirichlet normal mode expansion},
  author={Kei Matsushima and Yuki Noguchi and Takayuki Yamada},
This study proposes a novel coupled-mode theory for two-dimensional exterior Helmholtz problems. The proposed approach is based on the separation of the entire space R into a fictitious disk and its exterior. The disk is allocated in such a way that it comprises all the inhomogeneity; therefore, the exterior supports cylindrical waves with a continuous spectrum. For the interior, we expand an unknown wave field using normal modes that satisfy some auxiliary boundary conditions on the surface of… 

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