Schur Complement Preconditioners for Surface Integral-Equation Formulations of Dielectric Problems Solved with the Multilevel Fast Multipole Algorithm

@article{Malas2011SchurCP,
  title={Schur Complement Preconditioners for Surface Integral-Equation Formulations of Dielectric Problems Solved with the Multilevel Fast Multipole Algorithm},
  author={Tahir Malas and Levent G{\"u}rel},
  journal={SIAM J. Scientific Computing},
  year={2011},
  volume={33},
  pages={2440-2467}
}
Surface integral-equation methods accelerated with the multilevel fast multipole algorithm (MLFMA) provide a suitable mechanism for electromagnetic analysis of real-life dielectric problems. Unlike the perfect-electric-conductor case, discretizations of surface formulations of dielectric problems yield 2 × 2 partitioned linear systems. Among various surface formulations, the combined tangential formulation (CTF) is the closest to the category of first-kind integral equations, and hence it… CONTINUE READING

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