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A WAVELET OPERATOR ON THE INTERVAL IN SOLVING MAXWELL'S EQUATIONS

By G. Ala, E. Francomano, and F. Viola

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Abstract:
In this paper, a differential wavelet-based operator defined on an interval is presented and used in evaluating the electromagnetic field described by Maxwell's curl equations, in time domain. The wavelet operator has been generated by using Daubechies wavelets with boundary functions. A spatial differential scheme has been performed and it has been applied in studying electromagnetic phenomena in a lossless medium. The proposed approach has been successfully tested on a bounded axial-symmetric cylindrical domain.

Citation:
G. Ala, E. Francomano, and F. Viola, "A Wavelet Operator on the Interval in Solving Maxwell's Equations," Progress In Electromagnetics Research Letters, Vol. 27, 133-140, 2011.
doi:10.2528/PIERL11090505

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