By V Dotsenko
Goals to explain purely the recent sector of statistical mechanics referred to as spin-glasses, encompassing structures within which quenched affliction is the dominant issue.
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At this surface interface between the two regions, there exists a special set of E and H components as depicted by the grey-coloured components. These four field components are Ez at iL and iR and Hy at (iL-1/2) and (iR+1/2). Subscripts L and R represent left and right respectively. According to Yee algorithm , these may have different types, total or scattered, respectively. The incident fields, Einc and Hinc are known and may be calculated at the outer interface points. They are added to the regular updating equations.