Neumann boundary condition

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Neumann boundary condition

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(mathematics)
The boundary condition imposed on the Neumann problem in potential theory.
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In order to obtain noise-free data that is not corrupted by the Neumann BC assumption, we begin with an extended 256x256 true image, compute 2D discrete-convolution (2.3) assuming periodic BCs, and then restrict to the central sub-image to obtain Ax.
For a perfectly conducting surface, [[alpha].sub.1](x) = 0 (Dirichlet BC) and [[alpha].sub.2](x) = 0 (Neumann BC) for horizontal and vertical polarization respectively.
For Neumann BC, coefficients ([a.sub.l](z)) are unknown at [Z.sub.min] but the implementation of Neumann BC will also yield [[BC.sub.k,l]] = 0.