Titre : Computing scattering resonances using perfectly matched layers with frequency dependent scaling functions
Année : 2018
Type : article (revue avec comité de lecture)
Auteurs : L. Nannen, M. Wess
Résumé : Using perfectly matched layers for the computation of resonances in open systems typically produces artificial or spurious resonances. We analyze the dependency of these artificial resonances with respect to the discretization parameters and the complex scaling function. In particular, we study the differences between a standard frequency independent complex scaling and a frequency dependent one. While the standard scaling leads to a linear eigenvalue problem, the frequency dependent scaling leads to a polynomial one. Our studies show that the location of artificial resonances is more convenient for the frequency dependent scaling than for a standard scaling. Moreover, the artificial resonances of a frequency dependent scaling are less sensitive to the discretization parameters. Hence, the use of a frequency dependent scaling simplifies the choice of the corresponding discretization parameters.
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Référence : BIT. Numerical mathematics - vol. 58 (pp 373-395 ) images/icons/doctype_link.gif