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Relations between scattering data and material parameters in complex media

Friden, Jonas LU (1995) In Technical Report LUTEDX/(TEAT-7038)/1-12/(1995) TEAT-7038.
Abstract
The symmetries of scattering data of a bianisotropic, homogeneous and

dispersive slab are investigated. It is demonstrated how these symmetries

can be used to reveal the symmetries of the medium parameters (four

three-dimensional susceptibility kernels). The underlying physical

experiment is a transient electromagnetic plane wave obliquely incident upon

the slab. The analysis is based on time-domain techniques and a wave

splitting transformation. The results follow from the assumed unique

solubility of an inverse problem for the split fields used earlier in the

anisotropic case. The building blocks in the method presented here is a set

of transformations... (More)
The symmetries of scattering data of a bianisotropic, homogeneous and

dispersive slab are investigated. It is demonstrated how these symmetries

can be used to reveal the symmetries of the medium parameters (four

three-dimensional susceptibility kernels). The underlying physical

experiment is a transient electromagnetic plane wave obliquely incident upon

the slab. The analysis is based on time-domain techniques and a wave

splitting transformation. The results follow from the assumed unique

solubility of an inverse problem for the split fields used earlier in the

anisotropic case. The building blocks in the method presented here is a set

of transformations between mirror image pair experiments. The main symmetry

classes that can be detected using this method are the spatial-reversal

symmetric (anisotropic) and the transversely or longitudinally mirror image

symmetric media. More symmetric classes are the bianisotropic axially

symmetric and the mirror image symmetric media. (Less)
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dispersive slab are investigated. It is demonstrated how these symmetries<br/><br>
can be used to reveal the symmetries of the medium parameters (four<br/><br>
three-dimensional susceptibility kernels). The underlying physical<br/><br>
experiment is a transient electromagnetic plane wave obliquely incident upon<br/><br>
the slab. The analysis is based on time-domain techniques and a wave<br/><br>
splitting transformation. The results follow from the assumed unique<br/><br>
solubility of an inverse problem for the split fields used earlier in the<br/><br>
anisotropic case. The building blocks in the method presented here is a set<br/><br>
of transformations between mirror image pair experiments. The main symmetry<br/><br>
classes that can be detected using this method are the spatial-reversal<br/><br>
symmetric (anisotropic) and the transversely or longitudinally mirror image<br/><br>
symmetric media. More symmetric classes are the bianisotropic axially<br/><br>
symmetric and the mirror image symmetric media.},
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  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {12},
  publisher    = {ARRAY(0x9887050)},
  series       = {Technical Report LUTEDX/(TEAT-7038)/1-12/(1995)},
  title        = {Relations between scattering data and material parameters in complex media},
  volume       = {TEAT-7038},
  year         = {1995},
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