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On the Kraus-Levine Diffraction Model: A Mathematical Theory of Conic-Tip Diffraction.
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In 1961, Kraus and Levine developed a mathematical model for diffraction by an elliptic cone, which included a plane angular sector as the degenerate case. Satterwhite and Kouyoumjian relied heavily upon this development as a basis for much of the work in their 1970 report which deals with the degenerate case. The report is an outgrowth of the Kraus-Levine model in an effort to further clarify the analytical theory. In particular, special attention has been given to a class of integrals which arises in the development of the Greens functions. Also, several examples of Lame polynomials are exhibited. Author
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