This book focuses on computational methods to determine the dynamics of large-scale electromagnetic, acoustic, and mechanical systems, including those with many substructures and characterized by an extended range of scales. Examples include large naval and maritime vessels, aerospace vehicles, and densely packed microelectronic and optical integrated circuits (VLSI). The interplay of time and frequency-domain computational and experimental procedures was addressed, emphasizing their relationship and synergy, and indicating mathematics research opportunities.rather mature field, one of those that would show up in the pull down menus in a VLSI system if microwave filters were a part ... The optical system block diagram of Figure 7.7 could well be applied to this system as well as a number of others.
|Title||:||Large-Scale Structures in Acoustics and Electromagnetics:|
|Author||:||Commission on Physical Sciences, Mathematics, and Applications, Board on Mathematical Sciences, National Research Council, Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences|
|Publisher||:||National Academies Press - 1996-04-05|