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Limitations of the Cubical Block Model of Man in Calculating SAR Distributions (Comments)

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The above paper raised some serious questions regarding the accuracy of three-dimensional block model solutions obtained using a pulse-function basis. While I am in qualitative agreement with about half of the numerical results presented in the paper, I most strongly disagree with most of the interpretations which the authors have made using those results. It is my belief that it is possible to obtain high accuracy with block model solutions if sufficient care is used in their implementation. I have chosen to use a pulse-function basis with block models of man since this appears to allow the model to have much greater detail than is possible with more elaborate bases.

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Microwave Theory and Techniques, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:33 ,  Issue: 4 )

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Apr 1985

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