Compression of interaction data using directional sources and/or testers


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DATE

2010-05-18T00:00

AUTHORS

Francis X. Canning

ABSTRACT

A compression technique compresses interaction data. The interaction data can include a matrix of interaction data used in solving an integral equation. For example, such a matrix of interaction data occurs in the moment method for solving problems in electromagnetics. The interaction data describes the interaction between a source and a tester. In one embodiment, directional sources and/or directional testers are described. The directional sources produce a very weak (or negligible) effect except in selected directional regions. The directional testers are relatively insensitive to an incoming effect except in selected directional regions. Depending on their locations and directional properties, relatively many of the directional sources and directional testers interact weakly (or negligibly). The weak interactions can be effectively removed from the interaction matrix, thereby reducing the effective size of the interaction matrix. More... »

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