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#### Computational analysis of complicated metamaterial structures using MLFMA and nested preconditioners

(IEEE, 2007-11)

We consider accurate solution of scattering problems involving complicated metamaterial (MM) structures consisting of thin wires and split-ring resonators. The scattering problems are formulated by the electric-field ...

#### Parallel-MLFMA solution of CFIE discretized with tens of millions of unknowns

(Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2007)

We consider the solution of large scattering problems in electromagnetics involving three-dimensional arbitrary geometries with closed surfaces. The problems are formulated accurately with the combined-field integral ...

#### Solutions of large integral-equation problems with preconditioned MLFMA

(IEEE, 2007)

We report the solution of the largest integral-equation problems in computational electromagnetics. We consider matrix equations obtained from the discretization of the integral-equation formulations that are solved ...

#### Solution of extremely large integral-equation problems

(IEEE, 2007)

We report the solution of extremely large integral-equation problems involving electromagnetic scattering from conducting bodies. By orchestrating diverse activities, such as the multilevel fast multipole algorithm, iterative ...

#### Efficient parallelization of the multilevel fast multipole algorithm for the solution of large-scale scattering problems

(Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2008-08)

We present fast and accurate solutions of large-scale scattering problems involving three-dimensional closed conductors with arbitrary shapes using the multilevel fast multipole algorithm (MLFMA). With an efficient ...

#### Rigorous solutions of electromagnetic problems involving hundreds of millions of unknowns

(IEEE, 2011)

Accurate simulations of real-life electromagnetic problems with integral equations require the solution of dense matrix equations involving millions of unknowns. Solutions of these extremely large problems cannot be easily ...