Windowed Green Function MoM for Second-Kind Surface Integral Equation Formulations of Layered Media Electromagnetic Scattering Problems

@article{Arrieta2022WindowedGF,
  title={Windowed Green Function MoM for Second-Kind Surface Integral Equation Formulations of Layered Media Electromagnetic Scattering Problems},
  author={Rodrigo Arrieta and Carlos P{\'e}rez-Arancibia},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation},
  year={2022},
  volume={70},
  pages={11978-11989}
}
This article presents a second-kind surface integral equation (SIE) method for the numerical solution of frequency-domain electromagnetic (EM) scattering problems by locally perturbed layered media in three spatial dimensions. Unlike standard approaches, the proposed methodology does not involve the use of layer Green functions (LGFs). It instead leverages an indirect Müller formulation in terms of free-space Green functions that entails integration over the entire unbounded penetrable boundary… 

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