Three‐dimensional weak‐form conjugate‐ and biconjugate‐gradient FFT methods for volume integral equations

@inproceedings{Zhang2001ThreedimensionalWC,
  title={Three‐dimensional weak‐form conjugate‐ and biconjugate‐gradient FFT methods for volume integral equations},
  author={Zhong Qing Zhang and Q. H. Liu},
  year={2001}
}
A large-scale three-dimensional volume integral equation solution for electromagnetic radiation and scattering problems remains a great challenge in spite of many ongoing research efforts. The conventional method of moments, although accurate and flexible, is limited to small-scale problems because of its large requirement of computer memory and computation time. In this paper, we develop two fast methods, the weak-form conjugate- and biconjugate-gradient FFT methods, to solve the Fredholm… CONTINUE READING

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