## Computational Electrodynamics: The Finite - Difference Time - Domain Method"An excellent book. Logically organized, well-written, and does a thorough job of presenting the fundamentals of FDTD from underlying theory to implementation details". -- IEEE EMC Society |

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### Contents

References | 30 |

Problems | 50 |

ChaptetV Introduction to Maxwells Equations and the Yee Algorithm | 51 |

Copyright | |

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