Results of Research in Four Topic Areas: the Singularity Expansion Method, Transient Scattering Measurements, High-Frequency Diffraction at Edges Residing on Interfaces and Cylindrical Coordinate Representation of Dyadic Green's Functions.
Final rept. 1 Jan 81-1 Aug 85,
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This report briefly presents the results of research in four topic areas investigated during the grant period. These four topic areas are the Singularity Expansion Method, transient scattering measurements, high frequency diffraction at edges residing on interfaces, and cylindrical coordinate representation of dyadic Greens functions. Additional keywords Optically coupled, Sampling oscilloscopes.
- Numerical Mathematics