WavES (Wave Equations Solutions) is a combined theoretical and practical tool for the numerical solution of different types of time-dependent Wave Equations (acoustic, elastic and electromagnetic). Theoretical tool consists of published books, papers, courses and presentations where are presented new efficient numerical methods and strategies for the solution of time-dependent wave equations. Practical tool is represented by the C++ program library WavES for the computational solution of time-dependent wave equations (acoustic, elastic and electromagnetic) using three different methods: Finite Element Method (FEM), Finite Difference Method (FDM), Hybrid FEM/FDM method.
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- Beilina, Larisa; Ruas, Vitoriano: Convergence of explicit (P_1) finite-element solutions to Maxwell’s equations (2020)
- Ghaderi Aram, Morteza; Beilina, Larisa; Dobsicek Trefna, Hana: Microwave thermometry with potential application in non-invasive monitoring of hyperthermia (2020)
- Beilina, L.; Cristofol, M.; Li, S.; Yamamoto, M.: Lipschitz stability for an inverse hyperbolic problem of determining two coefficients by a finite number of observations (2018)
- Beilina, Larisa; Hosseinzadegan, Samar: An adaptive finite element method in reconstruction of coefficients in Maxwell’s equations from limited observations. (2016)
- Beilina, Larisa; Thành, Nguyen Trung; Klibanov, Michael V.; Malmberg, John Bondestam: Globally convergent and adaptive finite element methods in imaging of buried objects from experimental backscattering radar measurements (2015)
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