Rapidly convergent quasi-periodic Green functions for scattering by arrays of cylinders—including Wood anomalies

@article{Bruno2016RapidlyCQ,
  title={Rapidly convergent quasi-periodic Green functions for scattering by arrays of cylinders—including Wood anomalies},
  author={Oscar P. Bruno and Agustin G. Fernandez-Lado},
  journal={Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences},
  year={2016},
  volume={473}
}
This paper presents a full-spectrum Green-function methodology (which is valid, in particular, at and around Wood-anomaly frequencies) for evaluation of scattering by periodic arrays of cylinders of arbitrary cross section—with application to wire gratings, particle arrays and reflectarrays and, indeed, general arrays of conducting or dielectric bounded obstacles under both transverse electric and transverse magnetic polarized illumination. The proposed method, which, for definiteness, is… 

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