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Modeling electric field amplification in the plasma resonance region

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Translated from Pryamye i Obratnye Zadachi Matematicheskoi Fiziki, pp. 222–225, 1991.

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Inovenkov, I.N., Naumova, N.M. Modeling electric field amplification in the plasma resonance region. Comput Math Model 4, 105–107 (1993).

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  • Mathematical Modeling
  • Computational Mathematic
  • Industrial Mathematic
  • Resonance Region
  • Plasma Resonance