Stephen Gedney
Stephen Gedney
Professor & Chair, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Colorado Denver
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An anisotropic perfectly matched layer-absorbing medium for the truncation of FDTD lattices
SD Gedney
IEEE transactions on Antennas and Propagation 44 (12), 1630-1639, 1996
16331996
Convolution PML (CPML): An efficient FDTD implementation of the CFS–PML for arbitrary media
JA Roden, SD Gedney
Microwave and optical technology letters 27 (5), 334-339, 2000
13362000
An anisotropic PML absorbing media for the FDTD simulation of fields in lossy and dispersive media
SD Gedney
Electromagnetics 16 (4), 399-415, 1996
3391996
Introduction to the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method for electromagnetics
SD Gedney
Synthesis Lectures on Computational Electromagnetics 6 (1), 1-250, 2011
2862011
An unconditionally stable finite element time-domain solution of the vector wave equation
SD Gedney, U Navsariwala
IEEE Microwave and Guided wave letters 5 (10), 332-334, 1995
2461995
Time-domain analysis of periodic structures at oblique incidence: Orthogonal and nonorthogonal FDTD implementations
JA Roden, SD Gedney, MP Kesler, JG Maloney, PH Harms
IEEE Transactions on microwave theory and techniques 46 (4), 420-427, 1998
2061998
Perfectly matched layer media with CFS for an unconditionally stable ADI-FDTD method
SD Gedney, G Liu, JA Roden, A Zhu
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation 49 (11), 1554-1559, 2001
1652001
On the long-time behavior of unsplit perfectly matched layers
E Bécache, PG Petropoulos, SD Gedney
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation 52 (5), 1335-1342, 2004
1502004
Finite-difference, time-domain analysis of lossy transmission lines
JA Roden, CR Paul, WT Smith, SD Gedney
IEEE transactions on electromagnetic compatibility 38 (1), 15-24, 1996
1371996
Perfectly matched layer media for an unconditionally stable three-dimensional ADI-FDTD method
G Liu, SD Gedney
IEEE microwave and guided wave letters 10 (7), 261-263, 2000
1252000
On deriving a locally corrected Nystrom scheme from a quadrature sampled moment method
SD Gedney
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation 51 (9), 2402-2412, 2003
1242003
The perfectly matched layer absorbing medium
SD Gedney, A Taflove
Advances in Computational Electrodynamics: The Finite-Difference Time-Domain …, 1998
1161998
A parallel finite-element tearing and interconnecting algorithm for solution of the vector wave equation with PML absorbing medium
CT Wolfe, U Navsariwala, SD Gedney
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation 48 (2), 278-284, 2000
1072000
The use of the FFT for the efficient solution of the problem of electromagnetic scattering by a body of revolution
S Gedney, R Mittra
1988 IEEE AP-S. International Symposium, Antennas and Propagation, 92-95, 1988
1021988
A combined FEM/MoM approach to analyze the plane wave diffraction by arbitrary gratings
SD Gedney, J fa Lee, R Mittra
IEEE transactions on microwave theory and techniques 40 (2), 363-370, 1992
931992
An auxiliary differential equation formulation for the complex-frequency shifted PML
SD Gedney, B Zhao
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation 58 (3), 838-847, 2009
912009
Numerical stability of nonorthogonal FDTD methods
SD Gedney, JA Roden
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation 48 (2), 231-239, 2000
802000
The discontinuous Galerkin finite-element time-domain method solution of Maxwell's equations
SD Gedney, C Luo, JA Roden, RD Crawford, B Guernsey, JA Miller, ...
ACES Journal-Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society 24 (2), 129, 2009
782009
A variational formulation of a stabilized unsplit convolutional perfectly matched layer for the isotropic or anisotropic seismic wave equation
R Martin, D Komatitsch, SD Gedney
Comput. Model. Eng. Sci 37 (3), 274-304, 2008
762008
Analysis of the electromagnetic scattering by thick gratings using a combined FEM/MM solution
SD Gedney, R Mittra
IEEE transactions on antennas and propagation 39 (11), 1605-1614, 1991
731991
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