Ultimate Fast Gyrosynchrotron Codes

  title={Ultimate Fast Gyrosynchrotron Codes},
  author={Alexey A. Kuznetsov and Gregory D. Fleishman},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
The past decade has seen a dramatic increase in practical applications of microwave gyrosynchrotron emission for plasma diagnostics and three-dimensional modeling of solar flares and other astrophysical objects. This breakthrough became possible due to an apparently minor, technical development of fast gyrosynchrotron codes, which enormously reduced the computation time needed to calculate a single spectrum, while preserving the accuracy of the computation. However, the available fast codes are… Expand


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