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- A Fourier collocation time domain method for numerically solving Maxwell's equations
- A non-dissipative staggered fourth-order accurate explicit finite difference scheme for the time-domain Maxwell's equations
- A student's guide to Maxwell's equations
- AC loss and macroscopic theory of superconductors
- Classical electromagnetism via relativity : an alternative approach to Maxwell's equations
- Classical theory of electric and magnetic fields
- Conversations on electric and magnetic fields in the cosmos
- Discontinuities in the electromagnetic field
- Divergence preserving discrete surface integral methods for Maxwell's curl equations using non-orthogonal unstructured grids
- Electromagnetic signals : reflection, focusing, distortion, and their practical applications
- Electromagnetism : Maxwell equations, wave propagation and emission
- Electromagnetism : Maxwell equations, wave propagation and emission
- Field theory concepts : electromagnetic fields, Maxwell's equations, grad, curl, div, etc. : finite-element method, finite-difference method, charge simulation method, Monte Carlo method
- Finite element methods for Maxwell's equations
- Handbook of conical antennas and scatterers
- High-frequency electrodynamics
- High-order/spectral methods on unstructured grids, I, Time-domain solution of Maxwell's equations
- Introduction to optical waveguide analysis : solving Maxwell's equations and the Schrödinger equation
- Maxwell's equations
- Maxwell's equations and the principles of electromagnetism
- Modified Maxwell equations in quantum electrodynamics
- Post-modern electromagnetics : using intelligent Maxwell solvers
- Ray optics, Fermat's principle, and applications to general relativity
- Reconstruction of macroscopic Maxwell equations : a single susceptibility theory
- Sharp estimates of the transmission boundary value problem for dirac operators on non-smooth domains
- The Maxwell equations. : Non-relativistic and relativistic derivations from electron theory

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