Abstract

A method is presented for parallel computation of time-harmonic waves using an iterative scheme based on domain decomposition. For exterior radiation and scattering problems, a finite computational domain is obtained by introducing a computational outer boundary on which a modified Dirichlet-to-Neumann map is used as a nonreflecting condition. The computational domain is then decomposed into subdomains and for each a boundary-value problem is defined using impedance-like transmission conditions on the subdomain interfaces. An iterative scheme updates the subdomain boundary conditions so that a global continuous solution is recovered.

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