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Edited by the pioneer and foremost authority on the subject, here is the first book to assemble in one resource the latest techniques and results of the leading theoreticians and practitioners of FD-TD computational electromagnetics modelling. Designed to build on his popular 1995 book, "Computational Electrodynamics: The Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method", the author describes and shows how to apply the latest advances in FD-TD in designing better-performing microwave and millimeter wave devices and circuits, high-speed digital circuits, VLSI-scale optical devices and ultra-wideband and smart antennas. This single expert source can also help solve a wide variety of problems in the following areas: imaging of underground and biological structures; evaluating the safety of wireless devices, including cellphones; bioelectromagnetics safety assessment and medical applications; and perfectly matched layer media, periodic media, high-order methods, multiresolution techniques and unstructured grids
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Allen Taflove is a full professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science of Northwestern's McCormick School of Engineering, since 1988. Since 1972, he has pioneered basic theoretical approaches, numerical algorithms, and applications of finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) computational solutions of Maxwell's equations.
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