## Foundations of the Mathematical Theory of Electromagnetic Waves |

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### Contents

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Special Functions | 45 |

The Reduced Wave Equation | 79 |

Electromagnetic Waves in a Homogeneous Medium | 129 |

Linear Transformations | 217 |

Electromagnetic Waves in an Inhomogeneous Medium | 260 |

The Boundary Value Problems | 326 |

The Radiation Patterns | 338 |

List of Theorems Lemmas and Definitions | 345 |

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Foundations of the Mathematical Theory of Electromagnetic Waves Carl Müller No preview available - 2014 |

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According to Lemma according to Theorem Analogously assume asymptotic behavior boundary surface completely continuous consider constant continuous function continuously differentiable coordinate system defined definition denote differential equation Electromagnetic Waves element f exists exterior to G finite number formulation harmonic function Hence Hölder condition Hölder continuous integral equations interior of G linear space Maxwell equations Müller neighborhood polynomial positive real potential theory proof properties prove Lemma radiation conditions radiation pattern region G regular region regular surface elements relation represented right hand side satisfies a Hölder satisfies the conditions satisfies the differential satisfies the equation satisfies the radiation scalar solution spherical harmonics surface currents surface F surface fields tangential components Theory of Electromagnetic transformation twice continuously differentiable uniformly bounded uniformly with respect uniquely unit sphere vanishes identically vector field wave equation zero