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Time domain theory of the macroscopic Maxwell equations

Gustafsson, Mats LU (1997) In Technical Report LUTEDX/(TEAT-7062)/1-24/(1997) TEAT-7062.
Abstract
A time domain description of linear macroscopic electromagnetic phenomena

is considered. We show that it is always possible to model the constitutive

relations with a symmetric, positive definite optical response together with a

convolution integral. An initial-boundary value problem is formulated for the

macroscopic Maxwell equations together with a reflection operator modeling

the exterior region. It is shown that the initial-boundary value problem is

well-posed. Dissipation and finite speed of propagation is also considered.
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is considered. We show that it is always possible to model the constitutive<br/><br>
relations with a symmetric, positive definite optical response together with a<br/><br>
convolution integral. An initial-boundary value problem is formulated for the<br/><br>
macroscopic Maxwell equations together with a reflection operator modeling<br/><br>
the exterior region. It is shown that the initial-boundary value problem is<br/><br>
well-posed. Dissipation and finite speed of propagation is also considered.},
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  title        = {Time domain theory of the macroscopic Maxwell equations},
  volume       = {TEAT-7062},
  year         = {1997},
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