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By L. G. Velychko, Y. K. Sirenko, and O. S. Velychko

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The paper is concerned with the development and mathematical justification of the methodology for applying the time- domain methods in the study of spectral characteristics of open electrodynamic resonant structures.

L. G. Velychko, Y. K. Sirenko, and O. S. Velychko, "Time-Domain Analysis of Open Resonators. Analytical Grounds," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol. 61, 1-26, 2006.

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