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Dual Time-Space Model of Wave Propagation

@inproceedings{Krouglov1999DualTM,
  title={Dual Time-Space Model of Wave Propagation},
  author={Alexei N. Krouglov},
  year={1999}
}
Here to represent the propagation of waves I attempted to describe them separately in space and time domains. The time and space wave equations are obtained and investigated, and formulas for the wave propagation are expressed. I also tried to apply the model to the description of such physical phenomena as the constancy of the speed of light and propagation of ocean waves – tsunami. 

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