Space-time propagator and exact solution for wave equation in a layered system

  title={Space-time propagator and exact solution for wave equation in a layered system},
  author={Victor F. Los and Nicholas V. Los},
  journal={Reports on Mathematical Physics},
  • V. Los, N. V. Los
  • Published 3 November 2019
  • Physics
  • Reports on Mathematical Physics

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