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Comparative Assessment between Implicit and Explicit Frequency-Dependent Finite-Element Time-Domain Methods for Metallic Nanostructures Analysis

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A comparative assessment between implicit and explicit frequency-dependent time-domain algorithms based on the finite-element method for the analysis of metallic nanostructures at optical frequencies taking into account losses and dispersion is presented.

© 2005 Optical Society of America

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