electromagnetic scattering

electromagnetic scattering

[i¦lek·trō·mag′ned·ik ′skad·ə·riŋ]
(physics)
The process in which energy is removed from a beam of electromagnetic radiation and reemitted without appreciable changes in wavelength.
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Their topics include the composite scattering and Doppler spectra of a moving ship at a time-evolving sea surface, volume integral equation solvers for electromagnetic scattering by penetrable objects, analytical formulations of scattering by finite circular cylinder and thin dielectric circular disk, electromagnetic wave scattering in dense media: applications in the remote sensing of sea ice and vegetation, and target feature extraction with polarimetric radar.
Guo, "Fractal characteristics investigation on electromagnetic scattering from 2-D Weierstrass fractal dielectric rough surface", Chinese Physics B, vol.
In theory, this mutual coupling effect can be understood as the problem of electromagnetic scattering in the metal nanostructures.
Award Notice: Conduct research in antenna technology, opto-electric technology, electromagnetic scattering, and infrared sensor technology.
Strohbehn, "Coupling of finite element and moment methods for electromagnetic scattering from inhomogeneous objects," IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, Vol.
In the optical region, the electromagnetic scattering characteristics of a radar target can be regarded as coherent syntheses of electromagnetic scattering sources in several local positions.
The wideband radar echo of micro-motion target contains electromagnetic scattering property, geometry property and motion characteristic, which provides important evidence for radar target identification [3].
Mishchenko, MI, "Gustave Mie and the Fundamental Concept of Electromagnetic Scattering by Particles: A Perspective.
The linear sampling method in inverse electromagnetic scattering.
This work details the theory, methods, and calculations needed to explain the electromagnetic scattering of electrons and positrons and the emission and absorption of photons.
Three-dimensional modeling of electromagnetic scattering and radiation is described and large-scale finite element scattering analysis on massively parallel computers is explained.
Neureuther's research includes models for chemically amplified imaging materials (STORM); simulation of optical, electron, ion beam and x-ray lithography (SAMPLE); assessment of residual effects of defects and lens aberrations (SPLAT); electromagnetic scattering (TEMPEST); time-evolution of topography (SAMPLE3), fast-CAD kernel convolution with layout (Pattern Matcher); environments for integrating simulators with process flow (SIMPL, PROSE); and remote web-based simulation (LAVA).
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