The second-order Rytov approximation

by Harold T. Yura

Publisher: Rand Corp. in Santa Monica, Calif

Written in English
Published: Pages: 11 Downloads: 157
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  • Approximation theory.,
  • Born approximation.

Edition Notes

Statement[by] H. T. Yura.
SeriesRand Corporation. Memorandum, RM-5787-PR
LC ClassificationsQ180.A1 R36 no. 5787
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 11 p.
Number of Pages11
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Open LibraryOL4419195M
LC Control Number79023391

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A second-order accurate numerical approximation for the fractional diffusion equation Charles Tadjeran a, Mark M. Meerschaert b,*, Hans-Peter Scheffler c a Department of Physics, University of Nevada, Reno, NV , USA b Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Otago, Room A, Dunedin , New Zealand c Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Nevada, Reno. The approximation is computed around the non-stochastic steady state, where σ = 0. Without loss of generality, we will assume that f(0,0,0,0) = 0 3 Second-order Taylor expansions As stated in Magnus and Neudecker (), the second-order Taylor expansion of a twice differentiable function f: Rn → Rm is given by f(x) ≈ f(x0)+[Df(x0)](x Cited by: Expressive power. Second-order logic is more expressive than first-order logic. For example, if the domain is the set of all real numbers, one can assert in first-order logic the existence of an additive inverse of each real number by writing ∀x ∃y (x + y = 0) but one needs second-order logic to assert the least-upper-bound property for sets of real numbers, which states that every bounded.

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The second-order Rytov approximation is obtained by equating the second-order terms in the Rytov and Born expansions and is explicitly solved in quadrature.

The field equation that results gives the correct average field, phase and intensity statistics, conserves average energy, and satisfies the optical theorem--within the domain of validity. We obtain an explicit and useful formulation of the solution for the second-order Rytov approximation for an arbitrary source geometry.

From this solution a condition of validity for the Rytov solution is obtained. We conclude that both the Born and the Rytov approximations have the same domain of validity. We then show how the second-order derivatives of the Fermat ray action affect the Rytov approximation, and we discuss how a numerical algorithm would model the general Rytov : Guy Potvin.

able solution to the second-order Rytov approximation. Recently there has been a controversy.i the ranges for which the first-order Rytov approximation gives an adequate engineering estimate of the effect of a turbulent medium on laser propagation.

Therefore, it is felt that an explicit derivation of the second-order Rytov approx. Here, the Rytov approximation is given by the imaginary part of the gradient.

The Eikonal approximation By next adding the Eikonal approximation, we see more intuitively how Rytov perturbations alter the phase and time lag of a wavefield. We can also modify raypath-based tomography to honor the resolution of a source with limited bandwidth.

The expressions: a zeroth-order approximation, a first-order approximation, a second-order approximation, and so forth are used as fixed phrases. The expression a zero order approximation is also common. Cardinal numerals are occasionally used in expressions like an order zero approximation, an order one approximation, etc.

The second-order Rytov approximation has been used to determine ionospheric corrections for the phase path up to third order. W e show the transition of the deri ved expressions to. First and Second Order Approximations A transfer function is a mathemetical model which describes how a system will behave.

Ideally, this model should be Simple, so you can understand and work with this model, and Accurate, so the behaviour the model predicts closely File Size: 67KB. The limitations on the applicability of the Rytov approximation are examined in this paper.

It is shown that (1) the singular behavior of the perturbation series of which the Rytov approximation is the first term cannot be removed by adding a “constant” as suggested by the proponents of Rytov’s method; (2) the validity of Rytov approximation is limited to situations in which the mean.

Hi all, hopefully this is in the correct section here. Any help is really gratefully received. Homework Statement I have a coursework, one question asks us to use a 2nd order approximation of the transfer function to "estimate the settling time (5% of the settling value of output, peak time and rise time (10%% of the nalvalue of response) of the closed loop system with 25% of overshoot.".

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SOLUTION OF SECOND ORDER LINEARIZATION than School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Block S1) Nanyang Technological University Singapore E-mail:[email protected] Abstract For a nonlinear system with a control input, a generalized form of the homological equation can be formulated to reduce the system to its normal form.

11 If the potential V(r) is weak enough, it will distort only slightly the incident plane wave. The first Born approximation consists then of approximating the scattered wave function Ψ(r) by a plane wave. This approximation corresponds to the first iteration in the Born series of (): that is, Ψ(r) is given by (): The first Born approximationFile Size: KB.

Video which goes along with lecture notes and homework sets for ECE Controls. Please see 6 SECOND-ORDER STATISTICS: WEAK FLUCTUATION THEORY the second edition expands Chapter 6 from the first edition into Chapters 6 and 7. The discussion concerning the second-order field moment (mutual coherence function) is restricted to weak fluctuations but includes a new treatment of beam wander and slant path formulations in addition to the.

Section Second-Order Approximations 3 Put another way, the Hessian of f at c is the n n matrix whose ith row is rf x i (c). Example Suppose f(x;y) = x2y 3xsin(2y).Then, using our results from above,File Size: KB. what is the second order approximation in $\frac{d}{w}$.

I know that $(\frac{d}{w})^2$ can be ignored but what about $\frac{d^2}{w^3}$. At this instant (without knowing the actual values of d wrt w) can we ignore this too. What about if we have (d/w=). Also how would the first order approximation in (d/w) be different in both cases.

TYIA. second order term significantly improves the quality of the approximation, but is no longer a bound. For probability distributions that are not Boltzmann-Gibbs distributions, it is not obvious how to obtain the second order approximation.

However, there is an alternative way toFile Size: 1MB. In science, engineering, and other quantitative disciplines, orders of approximation refer to formal or informal terms for how precise an approximation is, and to indicate progressively more.

Taylor Expansions in 2d In your first year Calculus course you developed a family of formulae for approximating a function F(t) for tnear any fixed point t0. The crudest approximation was just a constant. F(t0 +∆t) ≈ F(t0) The next better approximation included a correction that is File Size: 64KB.

Stack Exchange network consists of Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share. Try doing a search on this forum for that 2nd order approximation as i gave an idea how to go about doing this in another thread.

There are a couple different ways though so if this is an assignment the instructor might want you to do it a certain way and allow certain assumptions. design. For example the use of a second-order approximation to a real third-order system will indicate that the system will never become unstable with proportional control.

The physical system, however, will become unstable as the proportional gain is increased. For example, the system shown in the above example will be unstable under proportionalFile Size: KB. Homework Statement Equation () in Jackson is the first-order Born approximation.

What is the second-order Born approximation. Homework Equations The Attempt at a Solution I can get the first-order Born approximation in Jackson's textbook.

If I want to obtain the second-order (or n-th. SPIE Digital Library eBooks. Since publication of the first edition of this text inthere have been several new, important developments in the theory of beam wave propagation through a random medium, which have been incorporated into this second edition.

The linear approximation is the first-order Taylor polynomial. What about the second-order Taylor polynomial. To find a quadratic approximation, we need to add quadratic terms to. Diffuse optical tomography is used to find the optical parameters of a turbid medium with infrared red light.

The problem is mathematically formulated as a nonlinear problem to find the solution for the diffusion operator mapping the optical coefficients to the photon density distribution on the boundary of the region of interest, which is also represented by the Born expansion with respect to Cited by: 1.

"Solving Dynamic General Equilibrium Models Using a Second-Order Approximation to the Policy Function," by Stephanie Schmitt-Grohe and Martin Uribe (JEDC, vol. 28, Januarypp. ) Matlab code. First-order approximation gx_hx.m.

Huang et al. () developed the extended local Rytov Fourier (ELRF) migration based on the scalar wave equation and a local Rytov approximation within each extrapolation interval.

Korneev et al. () performed a physical model experiment and analyzed field data to clarify the low-frequency effect of fluid-saturated reservoirs. Subsequently Author: Shuaishuai Jiang, Xuehua Chen, Yingkai Qi, Wei Jiang, Jie Zhang, Zhenhua He.

2 Second Order Approximation This section deals with the application of the second order approximation to solve the stochastic version of the Ramsey growth model.

Section lays out the problem and adapts and applies the optimality conditions. The model is also solved for its equilibrium. Section presents and discusses the approximation.This question may sound mathematical, but it's more of a programming question related to discretization, so I decided to ask it here.

The problem is to find a 2nd order finite difference approximation of the partial derivative u xy, where u is a function of x and y. Page 5 of this pdf I found does a centered difference approximation it in two steps.

It first does the 2nd order centered finite.Second-Order Approximation of Dynamic Models with Time-Varying Risk Gianluca Benigno, Pierpaolo Benigno, Salvatore Nisticò. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in December NBER Program(s):Economic Fluctuations and Growth, Monetary Economics, Technical Working Papers, Asset Pricing This paper provides first and second-order approximation methods for the solution of non .