By Painter R.A.
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The convolution term and Q(t) can be evaluated by using various approaches discussed in the preceding sections. Here, we summarize their evaluations by using the approach that renders the time-marching solution unconditionally stable. 113) 0 ↔ χ ke = (k+1/2) t (k−1/2) t ↔ χ e (τ ) dτ k > 0. 114) ↔ As shown earlier, if χ e can be represented by a pole expansion, this convolution can be evaluated efﬁciently by using a recursive relation. 103) to obtain ↔ μ0 μ∞ · ∂H(t) ∂H(t) ↔ ↔ = −∇ × E(t) − σ m · H(t) − μ0 χ m (t) ∗ − Mimp (t).
Introduction to VisualWorks.An application approach by Painter R.A.