Numerical implementation of the MRC method for obstacle scattering problems

@inproceedings{Gutman2002NumericalIO,
  title={Numerical implementation of the MRC method for obstacle scattering problems},
  author={Semion Gutman and Alexander G. Ramm},
  year={2002}
}
The goal of this work is to show that the numerical solution of the obstacle scattering problem based on the modified Rayleigh conjecture (MRC) method is a competitive alternative to the boundary integral equations method, and that it has numerical advantages which may be especially important in threedimensional scattering problems with non-smooth domains, for example, with domains whose boundaries contain corners. The MRC is formulated, the algorithm based on it is described and numerical… CONTINUE READING

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