Combinations of Local Scattering Operators and Global Propagators
This paper addresses hybrid methods which employ analytic or asymptotic approaches as global propagators and employ numerical algorithms as local scattering operators for studying wave propagation and scattering in complex environments. Specifically, a ray — mode — moments method for wave scattering from an aperture coupled system is shown as an example.
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