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A general family of Perfectly Matched Layers for non necessarily convex domains

Abstract : Since introduced by J.P. Bérenger in 1994, the Perfectly Matched Layers method has become a popular approach for non reflecting Absorbing Boundary Conditions in the numerical solution of the waves propagation equations on unbounded domains. However, most of the formulations only concern parallelepiped or simply convex domains. The goal of this paper is to present the theory for non necessarily convex domains but also a general way of writting the PML.
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Sophie Laurens. A general family of Perfectly Matched Layers for non necessarily convex domains. [Research Report] 2010, pp.27. ⟨inria-00496406⟩

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