Browsing by Keywords "Electromagnetics"
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Accuracy and efficiency considerations in the solution of extremely large electromagnetics problems
(IEEE, 2011)This study considers fast and accurate solutions of extremely large electromagnetics problems. Surface formulations of largescale objects lead to dense matrix equations involving millions of unknowns. Thanks to recent ... 
Accuracy: The Frequently Overlooked Parameter in the Solution of Extremely Large Problems
(IEEE, 2011)We investigate error sources and their effects on the accuracy of solutions of extremely large electromagnetics problems with parallel implementations of the multilevel fast multipole algorithm (MLFMA). Accuracy parameters ... 
Advanced partitioning and communication strategies for the efficient parallelization of the multilevel fast multipole algorithm
(IEEE, 2010)Largescale electromagnetics problems can be solved efficiently with the multilevel fast multipole algorithm (MLFMA) [1], which reduces the complexity of matrixvector multiplications required by iterative solvers from O(N ... 
Analysis of Lossy Dielectric Objects with the Multilevel Fast Multipole Algorithm
(IEEE, 2011)Rigorous solutions of electromagnetics problems involving lossy dielectric objects are considered. Problems are formulated with two recently developed formulations, namely, the combinedtangential formulation (CTF) and the ... 
Analysis of photoniccrystal problems with MLFMA and approximate Schur preconditioners
(IEEE, 200907)We consider fast and accurate solutions of electromagnetics problems involving threedimensional photonic crystals (PhCs). Problems are formulated with the combined tangential formulation (CTF) and the electric and magnetic ... 
Benchmark Solutions of Large Problems for Evaluating Accuracy and Efficiency of Electromagnetics Solvers
(IEEE, 2011)We present a set of benchmark problems involving conducting spheres and their solutions using a parallel implementation of the multilevel fast multipole algorithm (MLFMA). Accuracy of the implementation is tested by comparing ... 
Epolarized beam scattering by an open cylindrical PEC strip having an arbitrary "conicalsection" profile
(John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2001)Twodimensional (2D) scattering of waves by a conducting strip with a canonical profile is simulated in the Epolarization case. This analysis is performed by reducing a singular integral equation (IE) to the dualseries ... 
Efficient solutions of metamaterial problems using a lowfrequency multilevel fast multipole algorithm
(2010)We present fast and accurate solutions of electromagnetics problems involving realistic metamaterial structures using a lowfrequency multilevel fast multipole algorithm (LFMLFMA). Accelerating iterative solutions using ... 
Fast and accurate analysis of complicated metamaterial structures using a lowfrequency multilevel fast multipole algorithm
(200909)We present efficient solutions of electromagnetics problems involving realistic metamaterial structures using a lowfrequency multilevel fast multipole algorithm (LFMLFMA). Ordinary implementations of MLFMA based on the ... 
Hierarchical parallelization of the multilevel fast multipole algorithm (MLFMA)
(IEEE, 2013)Due to its O(N log N) complexity, the multilevel fast multipole algorithm (MLFMA) is one of the most prized algorithms of computational electromagnetics and certain other disciplines. Various implementations of this algorithm ... 
Improving iterative solutions of the electricfield integral equation via transformations into normal equations
(Taylor and Francis, 20120403)We consider the solution of electromagnetics problems involving perfectly conducting objects formulated with the electricfield integral equation (EFIE). Dense matrix equations obtained from the discretization of EFIE are ... 
ParallelMLFMA solutions of largescale problems involving composite objects
(IEEE, 201207)We present a parallel implementation of the multilevel fast multipole algorithm (MLFMA) for fast and accurate solutions of largescale electromagnetics problems involving composite objects with dielectric and metallic ... 
Preconditioning iterative MLFMA solutions of integral equations
(IEEE, 2010)The multilevel fast multipole algorithm (MLFMA) is a powerful method that enables iterative solutions of electromagnetics problems with low complexity. Iterative solvers, however, are not robust for threedimensional complex ... 
Reducing MLFMA memory with outofcore implementation and datastructure parallelization
(IEEE, 2013)We present two memoryreduction methods for the parallel multilevel fast multipole algorithm (MLFMA). The first method implements outofcore techniques and the second method parallelizes the preprocessing data structures. ... 
Rigorous analysis of doublenegative materials with the multilevel fast multipole algorithm
(Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society, Inc., 2012)We present rigorous analysis of doublenegative materials (DNMs) with surface integral equations and the multilevel fast multipole algorithm (MLFMA). Accuracy and efficiency of numerical solutions are investigated when ... 
Rigorous solutions of largescale dielectric problems with the parallel multilevel fast multipole algorithm
(IEEE, 2011)We present fast and accurate solutions of largescale electromagnetics problems involving threedimensional homogeneous dielectric objects. Problems are formulated rigorously with the electric and magnetic current ... 
Solution of lowfrequency electromagnetics problems using hierarchical matrices
(IEEE, 2013)Fast and accurate solutions of lowfrequency electromagnetics problems are obtained with an iterative solver based on hierarchical matrices. Iterative solvers require matrixvector multiplications (MVMs). The results show ... 
Solutions of largescale electromagnetics problems using an iterative innerouter scheme with ordinary and approximate multilevel fast multipole algorithms
(2010)We present an iterative innerouter scheme for the efficient solution of largescale electromagnetics problems involving perfectlyconducting objects formulated with surface integral equations. Problems are solved by ...