This quantity provides a close, rigorous therapy of the elemental conception of electromagnetic pulse propagation in causally dispersive media that's appropriate to dielectric, carrying out, and semiconducting media. Asymptotic equipment of approximation dependent upon saddle element tools are offered in detail.
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