Numerical validation of the generalized Harvey–Shack surface scatter theory

@article{Choi2013NumericalVO,
  title={Numerical validation of the generalized Harvey–Shack surface scatter theory},
  author={Narak Choi and J. E. Harvey},
  journal={Optical Engineering},
  year={2013},
  volume={52}
}
Abstract. The generalized Harvey–Shack (GHS) surface scatter theory is numerically compared to the classical small perturbation method, the Kirchhoff approximation method, and the rigorous method of moments for one-dimensional ideally conducting surfaces whose surface power spectral density function is Gaussian or exhibits an inverse power law (fractal) behavior. In spite of its simple analytic form, our numerical comparison shows that the new GHS theory is valid (with reasonable accuracy) over… Expand
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