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Maxwell's equations are replaced by a set of finite difference equations. It is shown that if one chooses the field points appropriately, the set of finite difference equations is applicable for a boundary condition involving perfectly conducting surfaces. An example is given of the scattering of an electromagnetic pulse by a perfectly conducting cylinder.

@Article{ Yee_1966aa, abstract = {Maxwell's equations are replaced by a set of finite difference equations. It is shown that if one chooses the field points appropriately, the set of finite difference equations is applicable for a boundary condition involving perfectly conducting surfaces. An example is given of the scattering of an electromagnetic pulse by a perfectly conducting cylinder.}, author = {Yee, Kane S.}, doi = {10.1109/TAP.1966.1138693}, file = {Yee_1966aa.pdf}, group = {casper}, issn = {0018-926X}, journal = {IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation}, keywords = {field,fd,physics}, langid = {english}, month = may, number = {3}, pages = {302--307}, title = {Numerical Solution of Initial Boundary Value Problems Involving {Maxwell}'s Equations in Isotropic Media}, volume = {14}, year = {1966}, shortjournal = {IEEE Trans. Antenn. Propag.} }

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