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The Field of a Point Source Located Outside a Convex Curve

  • I. A. Molotkov
Part of the Topics in Mathematical Physics book series (TOMP, volume 4)

Abstract

The present paper is devoted to constructing the high-frequency asymptotics of the solution of the problem in the plane of a point source located on the side of a curvilinear boundary S where the shadow zone appears.

Keywords

Surface Wave Riemann Surface Asymptotic Formula Helmholtz Equation Airy Function 
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