Description

This special volume provides a broad overview and insight in the way numerical methods are being used to solve the wide variety of problems in the electronics industry. Furthermore its aim is to give researchers from other fields of application the opportunity to benefit from the results wich have been obtained in the electronics industry.

Key Features

* Complete survey of numerical methods used in the electronic industry * Each chapter is selfcontained * Presents state-of-the-art applications and methods * Internationally recognised authors

Readership

Researchers in electronics industry and numerical mathematicians

Table of Contents

Introduction to Electromagnetism, (W. Magnus, W. Schoenmaker).
Discretization of Electromagnetic Problems: The "Generalized Finite Differences" Approach, (A. Bossavit).
Finite-Difference Time-Domain Methods, (S.C. Hagness, A. Taflove, S.D. Gedney).
Discretization of Semiconductor Device Problems I, (F. Brezzi, L.D. Marini, S. Micheletti, P. Pietra, R. Sacco, S. Wang).
Discretization of Semiconductor Device Problems II, (A.M. Anile, N. Nikiforakis, V. Romano, G. Russo).
Modelling and Discretization of Circuit Problems, (M. Günther, U. Feldmann, J. ter Maten).
Simulation of EMC Behaviour, (A.J.H. Wachters, W.H.A. Schilders).
Solution of Linear Systems, (O. Schenk. H.A. van der Vorst).
Reduced-Order Modelling, (Z. Bai, P.M. Dewilde, R.W. Freund).

Details

No. of pages:
928
Language:
English
Copyright:
© 2005
Published:
Imprint:
North Holland
eBook ISBN:
9780080459158
Print ISBN:
9780444513755

About the authors

W.H.A. SCHILDERS

Affiliations and Expertise

Philips Research Laboratories, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

E.J.W. TER MATEN

Affiliations and Expertise

Philips Research Laboratories, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

Reviews

"This special volume addresses numerical methods applicable to solving problems in electromagnetics. Electromagnetism is involved in a very wide range of phenomena and devices. Electromagnetism is key to our understanding of the source of the earth's magnetic field, the northern lights and sunspots." --Philip Huddleston