Full wave models in linear time invariant signal processing
Full wave models have assumed a niche role in signal processing due to their complexity, limitation to (mostly) empty space, often absent sources, lack of intuition, and insufficient integration with the theory of signal processing in general. This thesis removes these shortcomings and derives closed form solutions for source generated wave fields in the presence of arbitrarily shaped objects. This is made possible by including absorption effects, substantially augmenting the eigenfunction...[Show more]
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