# Wave scattering in frequency domain

@article{Usuki2020WaveSI, title={Wave scattering in frequency domain}, author={Tatsuya Usuki}, journal={arXiv: Computational Physics}, year={2020} }

This report shows formulation of wave scattering in frequency domain. The formulation provides an understanding of S-matrix solver which is named as Scattering Matrix Analyzer (SMatrAn).
The S-matrix has the whole of amplitude and phase information for reflected and transmitted waves from a complicated scatterer. Accurate S-matrix leads to quantitative evaluation of scattering wave.
We can understand all formulas for the SMatrAn after reading this report. The S-matrix provided by SMatrAn will…

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