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ANALYSIS OF CHARACTERISTICS OF TWO-DIMENSIONAL RUNGE-KUTTA MULTIRESOLUTION TIME-DOMAIN SCHEME

By Q. Cao and X. Chen

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Abstract:
In this paper the stability condition of the Runge-Kutta m-order multiresolution time-domain (RKm-MRTD) scheme has been studied. By analyzing the amplification factors, we derive the numerical dispersion relation of the RK-MRTD scheme. The numerical dispersive and dissipative errors are investigated. Finally, the theoretical predictions of the numerical errors are calculated through the numerical simulations.

Citation:
Q. Cao and X. Chen, "Analysis of Characteristics of Two-Dimensional Runge-Kutta Multiresolution Time-Domain Scheme," Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol. 13, 217-227, 2010.
doi:10.2528/PIERM10070704

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