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APPLICABILITY OF TWO STOCHASTIC EVALUATION METHODS TO ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE IN NEAR FIELD LEAKED FROM ITE GROUP UNDER PARALLEL WORKING SITUATION --- INTRODUCTION OF SOME COMPOSITION PRINCIPLE IN SPACE AND TIME DOMAIN

By M. Ohta and A. Ikuta

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Abstract:
In this study, by introducing fundamental composition principle in space and time domain, a trial of applying two stochastic evaluation methods to compound electromagnetic wave leaked from ITE group under parallel working situation are proposed. More specifically, a combined theory for the probability distribution based on the extended additive law on the cumulant statistics including an additive property for energy state quantity is proposed. Next, as a fundamental process in a time domain, an evaluation method for a compound of time ratio presenting in each state based on a stochastic exclusive property is proposed. The effectiveness of the proposed theory is experimentally confirmed by applying it to the observation data leaked from VDT group in the actual office environment.

Citation:
M. Ohta and A. Ikuta, "Applicability of Two Stochastic Evaluation Methods to Electromagnetic Wave in Near Field Leaked from Ite Group Under Parallel Working Situation --- Introduction of Some Composition Principle in Space and Time Domain," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol. 38, 269-281, 2002.
doi:10.2528/PIER02022103
http://www.jpier.org/PIER/pier.php?paper=0202213

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