High-Order Compact Schemes for Dispersive Media
Staggered high-order compact (HOC) finite difference schemes are developed for modelling electromagnetic wave propagation in dispersive media. The main advantage of HOC schemes is their very low dispersion error, which is dominant in low-order methods. The high accuracy of HOC schemes is demonstrated by examples of wave propagation through first-order Debye and Lorentz media in one dimension.
Dispersion; Electromagnetic waves; Mathematical models
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High-Order Compact Schemes for Dispersive Media.
Electronics Letters, 40(14),