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Eirik Myklebost
Finite-Difference Time-Domain (FDTD) is a popular technique for modeling computational electrodynamics, and is used within many research areas, such as the development of antennas, ultrasound imaging, and seismic wave propagation. Simulating large domains can however be very compute and memory demanding, which has motivated the use of cluster computing, and lately also the use of […]
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Jukka Saarelma, Lauri Savioja
Wave based simulation methods have been utilized to numerically estimate wave propagation in domains where low-frequency wave effects dominate the response. Finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) methods are increasingly useful for such problems, but they require massive spatial oversampling to increase the bandwidth of the simulation, which leads to significant computational expense. The advantage of explicit time-stepping […]
Chen Shen, Xian-liang Wu
In recent years, the finite difference time domain (FDTD) method has been prevailed in the simulation of metamaterials widely. As the FDTD method can be suitable for the parallel computing, we apply this method to the Fermi-architecture Graphic Process Units (GPUs) to calculate the electromagnetic simulation of double negative materials in this paper. Finally, both […]
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Wonhak Son
The technology of computational devices has been developed over several decades especially graphic processors which not only deal with graphic works but also compute scientific problems. This processor is suitable for parallel computations instead of using expensive high-end devices. Many research groups have implemented parallel computations using the MPI method with multi CPUs to solve […]
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Yasuhiro Takei, Hasitha Muthumala Waidyasooriya, Masanori Hariyama, Michitaka Kameyama
High-performance computing systems with dedicated hardware on FPGAs can achieve power efficient computations compared with CPUs and GPUs. However, the hardware design on FPGAs needs more time than the software design on CPUs and GPUs. We designed an FDTD hardware accelerator using the OpenCL compiler for FPGAs in this paper. Since it is possible to […]
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Yingnian Wu, Lin Zhang, Lan Mu
Electromagnetic calculation plays an important role in both military and civic fields. Some methods and models proposed for calculation of electromagnetic wave propagation in a large range, bring heavy burden in CPU computation, and also require huge amount of memory. Using the GPU to accelerate computation and visualization can reduce the computational burden on the […]
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Deshpande Varadendra Ravindra
The present report deals with the application of the algorithm for computation of electromagnetic field components using FDTD method developed by Kane Yee, to Cartesian meshes using total field formulation. For this purpose, code has been written for electromagnetic scattering computation in C language. For generation of code, some snippets from [1] have been used. […]
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C.-G. Jia, L.-X. Guo, J. Li
In this paper, the graphic processor unit (GPU) implementation of the finite-difference time domain (FDTD) algorithm is presented to investigate the electromagnetic (EM) scattering from one dimensional (1-D) Gaussian rough soil surface. The FDTD lattices are truncated by uniaxial perfectly matched layer (UPML), in which the finite-difference equations are carried out for the total computation […]
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Brian Vyhnalek
Ultra-wideband (UWB) wireless systems have recently gained considerable attention as effective communications platforms with the properties of low power and high data rates. Applications of UWB such as wireless USB put size constraints on the antenna, however, which can be very difficult to meet using typical narrow band antenna designs. The aim of this thesis […]
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Keisuke Dohi
Since the invention of electronic computers, their performance has been constantly advanced. The recent progress of micro processors in performance has been mainly achieved by increasing the number of cores on a device, instead of increasing working frequency. In addition, because of increasing of density of semiconductors, not only computational performance but also density of […]
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Jukka Saarelma
Several acoustic simulation methods have been introduced during the past decades. Wave-based simulation methods have been one of the alternatives, but their applicability for wideband acoustic simulation has been limited by the computing power of available hardware. During recent years, the processing power and programmability of graphics processing units have improved, and therefore several wave-based […]
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Ronglin Jiang, Shugang Jiang, Yu Zhang, Ying Xu, Lei Xu, Dandan Zhang
This paper introduces a (Finite-Difference Time-Domain) FDTD code written in Fortran and CUDA for realistic electromagnetic calculations with parallelization methods of Message Passing Interface (MPI) and Open Multi-Processing (OpenMP). Since both Central Processing Unit (CPU) and Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) resources are utilized, a faster execution speed can be reached compared to a traditional pure […]
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