Extracting the spectral density function of a binary composite without a priori assumptions

@article{Tuncer2005ExtractingTS,
  title={Extracting the spectral density function of a binary composite without a priori assumptions},
  author={Enis Tuncer},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2005},
  volume={71},
  pages={012101}
}
  • E. Tuncer
  • Published 9 March 2004
  • Mathematics
  • Physical Review B
The spectral representation separates the contributions of geometrical arrangement (topology) and intrinsic constituent properties in a composite. The aim of paper is to present a numerical algorithm based on the Monte Carlo integration and contrainted-least-squares methods to resolve the spectral density function for a given system. The numerical method is verified by comparing the results with those of Maxwell-Garnett effective permittivity expression. Later, it is applied to a well-studied… 
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