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Wave Scattering from Conducting Bodies Embedded in Random Media - Theory and Numerical Results

By M. Tateiba, and Z. Q. Meng

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M. Tateiba, and Z. Q. Meng, "Wave Scattering from Conducting Bodies Embedded in Random Media - Theory and Numerical Results," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol. 14, 317-361, 1996.
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