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TIMEDOMAIN THEORY OF METAL CAVITY RESONATOR
"... Abstract—This paper presents a thorough study of the timedomain theory of metal cavity resonators. The completeness of the vector modal functions of a perfectly conducting metal cavity is first proved by symmetric operator theory, and analytic solution for the field distribution inside the cavity e ..."
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Abstract—This paper presents a thorough study of the timedomain theory of metal cavity resonators. The completeness of the vector modal functions of a perfectly conducting metal cavity is first proved by symmetric operator theory, and analytic solution for the field distribution inside the cavity
The Viterbi algorithm
 Proceedings of the IEEE
, 1973
"... vol. 6, no. 8, pp. 211220, 1951. [7] J. L. Anderson and J. W..Ryon, “Electromagnetic radiation in accelerated systems, ” Phys. Rev., vol. 181, pp. 17651775, 1969. [8] C. V. Heer, “Resonant frequencies of an electromagnetic cavity in an accelerated system of reference, ” Phys. Reu., vol. 134, pp. A ..."
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vol. 6, no. 8, pp. 211220, 1951. [7] J. L. Anderson and J. W..Ryon, “Electromagnetic radiation in accelerated systems, ” Phys. Rev., vol. 181, pp. 17651775, 1969. [8] C. V. Heer, “Resonant frequencies of an electromagnetic cavity in an accelerated system of reference, ” Phys. Reu., vol. 134, pp
Information Diffusion through Blogspace
 In WWW ’04
, 2004
"... We study the dynamics of information propagation in environments of lowoverhead personal publishing, using a large collection of weblogs over time as our example domain. We characterize and model this collection at two levels. First, we present a macroscopic characterization of topic propagation th ..."
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We study the dynamics of information propagation in environments of lowoverhead personal publishing, using a large collection of weblogs over time as our example domain. We characterize and model this collection at two levels. First, we present a macroscopic characterization of topic propagation
strength measurement in resonant cavities
 WEPB43 Proceedings of FEL2010, Malmö, Sweden 496 FEL technology I: Injector and Linac
, 1951
"... This report gives the theory and examples of a method of measuring the electric and magnetic field strengths in resonant cavities. The fields can be represented as the product of a readily measured constant, a function of the geometrical coordinates and the time factor. The problem of determining th ..."
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This report gives the theory and examples of a method of measuring the electric and magnetic field strengths in resonant cavities. The fields can be represented as the product of a readily measured constant, a function of the geometrical coordinates and the time factor. The problem of determining
Modelling Of Dielectric Cavity Structures Using Multiresolution TimeDomain Analysis
, 1998
"... this paper is extended for arbitrary resonant cavity structures, with varying dielectrics. Complete formulations for dielectrics in one, two and three dimensions have been developed, using both scaling and wavelet functions ..."
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this paper is extended for arbitrary resonant cavity structures, with varying dielectrics. Complete formulations for dielectrics in one, two and three dimensions have been developed, using both scaling and wavelet functions
TIMEDOMAIN MEASUREMENTS AND MODELING OF UXO
"... A commercial finiteelement engineeringanalysis code was used to model pulsedinduction (timedomain) sensing of UXO for comparison with measurements made with the Geonics EM613D. Latetime decay constants are observed to be independent of shape and orientation in solid nonpermeable (aluminum) obj ..."
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A commercial finiteelement engineeringanalysis code was used to model pulsedinduction (timedomain) sensing of UXO for comparison with measurements made with the Geonics EM613D. Latetime decay constants are observed to be independent of shape and orientation in solid nonpermeable (aluminum
Vertical resonantcavity narrowband infrared thermal emitter
"... Unlike laser, spontaneous emission from bulk thermal sources is usually perceived to be incoherent and broadband. However, when subwavelength microstructures are fabricated on the surface of bulk thermal sources, the radiative characteristics can be greatly altered. In this paper, a vertical resonan ..."
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resonantcavity narrowband thermal emitter, which is based on the theory of surface wave existing in the forbid band of the truncated onedimensional photonic crystals, is proposed. The central wavelength, bandwidth (FWHM) and emittance at its central wavelength are 2µm, 4.3nm and nearly 100%, respectively
High Dynamic Range MRS TimeDomain Signal Analysis
"... In the absence of water signal suppression, the 1 H MRS in vivo water resonance signaltonoiseratio (SNR) is orders of magnitude larger than the SNR of all the other resonances. In this case, because the high SNR water resonance dominates the data, it is difficult to obtain reliable parameter estim ..."
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estimates for the low SNR resonances. Herein, a new model is described that offers a solution to this problem. In this model, the timedomain signal for the low SNR resonances is represented as the conventional sum of exponentially decaying complex sinusoids. However, the timedomain signal for the high SNR
Time Domain Cavity Simulation and Analysis
, 1994
"... Introduction Past notes in the SRF group[1, 2] on transient cavity behavior have left out the option for field dependent Q. By constructing a differential equation in time for the cavity fields a more complete picture is obtained. One can analyze transient cavity behavior with forward power, cavity ..."
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Introduction Past notes in the SRF group[1, 2] on transient cavity behavior have left out the option for field dependent Q. By constructing a differential equation in time for the cavity fields a more complete picture is obtained. One can analyze transient cavity behavior with forward power
USING PHOTON WAVE FUNCTION FOR THE TIMEDOMAIN ANALYSIS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE SCATTERING
"... Abstract—In this paper, a generalized photon wave function (PWF) which is applicable to electromagnetic problems is introduced. The formulation treats the electromagnetics fields as quantum mechanical entities. The introduced PWF is especially useful for boundaryvalue problems. For instance,the ref ..."
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currents, we will be able to describe the behavior of electromagnetic fields by the proposed photon wave function. At the end of this paper, a new FDTD method based on the notion of photon wave function is introduced and the resonance frequencies of a cubic cavity are obtained. 1.
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