- Domain Decomposition
Domain decomposition is the systematic exploitation of knowledge about a problem to break it up into underlying or more fundamental problems that simulate faster or more efficiently than for the full problem, while yielding comparable accuracy of results.
Numerical Green's Function
Decompose MoM solution spaces in static and dynamic parts, reusing static parts in following solutions.
Large Finite Array Analysis
Model large finite arrays optimally taking into account mutual coupling and edge effects.
For periodically repetitive linear and planar structures.
Numerically efficient equivalent sources for complex sources and receivers.
Include complex cable bundle networks in full-wave simulations