Thursday, December 13, 2012

1212.2813 (N. V. Nair et al.)

On late-time stability of time domain integral equations for

N. V. Nair, A. J. Pray, B. Shanker
The problem of late time instability in time domain integral equations for electromagnetics is longstanding. While several techniques have been suggested for addressing this problem, they either require impractically high degrees of freedom in the basis function or an analytical computation of matrix elements. The authors recently proposed a method that demonstrates stability without requiring either of these. The paper, however, does not present theoretical foundations for the choice of, or a rigorous error bounds on the approximation of, the bilinear form. This paper complements the authors' previous work by presenting a construction of the bilinear form based on the minimization of the energy in the system and a proof for the bounds on the approximation. We present results on the bounds developed and few sample scattering results that demonstrate the stability of the proposed scheme.
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