International Workshop on Discrete Time Domain Modelling of Electromagnetic Fields and Networks (2nd) Held in Berlin, Germany on October 28-29, 1993
FERDINAND-BRAUN-INST FUER HOECHSTFREQUENZTECHNIK BERLIN (GERMANY)
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Due to advances in different areas of microwave- and millimeter-wave techniques, demand for efficient CAD tools has grown. This statement is today as true as it was at our last workshop held two years ago in Munich on this topic. The numerical analysis in time domain is attractive since it describes the evolution of physical quantities in a natural way. The two basic concepts, the modelling of fields and networks, are more closely related than it seems at first glance. In the TLM method, for example, the network model is the basis for modelling electromagnetic fields. Another example is the application of generalized S-matrix methods and diacoptics in field theory. The purpose of this conference is to stimulate synoptic considerations of field theory and to promote a lively exchange between researchers engaged in these fields.
- Electrical and Electronic Equipment
- Operations Research
- Electricity and Magnetism