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@inproceedings{Scharstein2000MatchedAE,
title={Matched Asymptotic Expansion for the Low-Frequency Scattering by a Semi-Circular Trough in a Ground Plane},
author={Robert W. Scharstein and Anthony M. J. Davis},
year={2000}
}