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Model-based parameter estimation in electromagnetics. I. Background and theoretical development

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Miller, E.K. ; 3225 Calle Celestial, Santa Fe, NM, USA

This article first provides a background and motivation for using model based parameter estimation (MBPE) in electromagnetics, focusing on the use of fitting models that are described by exponential and pole series. How data obtained from various kinds of sampling procedures can be used to quantify such models, i.e., to determine numerical values for their coefficients is also presented. The paper continues by illustrating applications of MBPE to various kinds of EM observables. It concludes by discussing how MBPE might be used to improve the efficiency of first-principles models based on frequency-domain integral equations

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Antennas and Propagation Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:40 ,  Issue: 1 )