Finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) and finite-element time-domain
(FETD) algorithms are among the most popular methods for the
simulation of electromagnetics fields in the time-domain. This
popularity stems in part from their unparalleled versatility and
computational efficiency. The objective of this book is to present
and study several state-of-the-art approaches aimed at improving
the accuracy of FDTD and FETD for problems involving large-scale
and/or disparate-size geometries. Topics discussed here include
pre-asymptotic techniques to reduce numerical dispersion error,
stable hybrid FDTD/FETD schemes using composite meshes, and stable
perfectly matched layer implementations. This book should be of
interest to researchers and practitioners involved in the
development and application of FDTD or FETD to the growing number
of technological areas that rely on electromagnetic simulations.
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