Random matrix theory for low-frequency sound propagation in the ocean: a spectral statistics test

  title={Random matrix theory for low-frequency sound propagation in the ocean: a spectral statistics test},
  author={Denis Vladimirovich Makarov},
  journal={arXiv: Chaotic Dynamics},
  • D. Makarov
  • Published 31 May 2017
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Chaotic Dynamics
Problem of long-range sound propagation in the randomly-inhomogeneous deep ocean is considered. We examine a novel approach for modeling of wave propagation, developed by K.C.Hegewisch and S.Tomsovic. This approach relies on construction of a wavefield propagator using the random matrix theory (RMT). We study the ability of the RMT-based propagator to reproduce properties of the propagator corresponding to direct numerical solution of the parabolic equation. It is shown that mode coupling… 

Modeling of sound propagation in the ocean by means of random matrices

  • D. Makarov
  • Physics
    2017 Days on Diffraction (DD)
  • 2017
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