Electromagnetic Modelling and Measurements for Analysis and Synthesis Problems

Electromagnetic Modelling and Measurements for Analysis and Synthesis Problems

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In this volume is presented the proceedings of a NATO Advanced Study Institute (ASI) on the theme of Electromagnetic Modelling and Measurements for Analysis and Synthesis Problems. The ASI was held at 11 Ciocco, Castelvecchio Pascoli, Tuscany, Italy, August 10th - 21st, 1987. It has been my good fortune to act as co-director of two of Jozef's previous ASIs, and so I am well acquainted with the JKS format for ASIs. As participants will realise, I did not attend this ASI, and so I only have a partial appreciation of the programme. In particular it has not been possible to include transcripts of any panel discussions which may have taken place. Readers may recall that such transcripts have formed a most interesting and useful part of previous ASI proceedings edited by Jozef Skwirzynski, and helped to convey the spirit of the meetings. Unfortunately it has proved impossible to locate the tapes, despite the best efforts of Jozef's assistant, Barry Stuart. A further dificulty has arisen through the untimely death of Jozef's former deputy and colleague at GEC Research, Ed Pacello, who assisted Jozef with the organisation of the precursor of this ASI. The following is taken from original material relating to the aims of the Advanced Study Institute: "PURPOSE OF THE INSTITUTE This Institute is concerned with computer modelling and with experimental measurements as two complementary tools for both analysis and synthesis of electromagnetics (EM), infra-red (IR) and optical problems.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 447 pages
  • 155 x 235 x 25.4mm | 945g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1991 ed.
  • XVIII, 447 p.
  • 0792312651
  • 9780792312659

Table of contents

1 Beam-Forming Applications of Polynomials with Restricted Coefficients.- 2 Antenna Diagnosis by Microwave Holographic Metrology.- 3 Large Antenna Experiments Aboard the Space Shuttle- Application of Nonuniform Sampling Techniques.- 4 Optimal Angular Coordinate Measurements By Optical Location.- 5 General Covariance of the Electromagnetic Field Applied to E.M. Field Transformations.- 6 Complex-Source-Point Theory and the Open Resonator.- 7 Synthesis and Analysis of Reflector Antennas for Shaped Beams.- 8 A Scheme to Analyze Problems of Resonant Size Using the Conjugate-Gradient Method and the Fast Fourier Transform.- 9 A Method to Analyze Scattering from General Periodic Screens Using Fast Fourier Transform and Conjugate Gradient Method.- 10 The Application of the Conjugate Gradient Method for the Solution of Operator Equations in Electromagnetics.- 11 A Spectral Approach to Transient Propagation.- 12 Model-Based Parameter-Estimation Applications in Electromagnetics.- 13 Selected Applications of Method of Moments Modelling.- 14 Basic Principles of Radar Polarimetry and its Applications to Target Recognition Problems with Assessments of the Historical Development and of the Current State of the Art.- 15 Microwave Diversity Imaging and Automated Target Recognition Based on Models of Neural Networks.- 16 The Direct Scattering of Electromagnetic Waves by One-and Two-Dimensional Objects and its Use for Inverse Profiling.- 17 Signature Creation in Pattern Recognition for Infra-Red and Possibly for Microwave Systems.
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