The method of random rays for wave propagation
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MWSW01  Canonical scattering problems
The ray method for finding highfrequency asymptotic approximations in the theory of diffraction and propagation of waves is developed to the `method of random rays’, which provides exact solutions of the Helmholtz equation represented by slightly adapted probabilistic FeynmanKac formulas for elliptic boundary value problems,
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