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Introduction to deterministic multiple scattering

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MWSW05 - Winter School

I take `multiple scattering’ to mean problems in which waves interact with two or more objects. The prototypical problem is: solve the Helmholtz equation (acoustics, sound waves of a single frequency) outside two objects, with a boundary condition on each object and at infinity (radiation condition). I will discuss formulation of boundary value problems and methods for solving them: there are exact methods (in principle, at least) and approximate methods (such as Foldy’s method).

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