**Electromagnetic Theory and Computation: A Topological Approach**

by Paul W. Gross, P. Robert Kotiuga

**Publisher**: Cambridge University Press 2004**ISBN/ASIN**: 0521801605**ISBN-13**: 9780521801607**Number of pages**: 288

**Description**:

This book explores the connection between algebraic structures in topology and computational methods for 3-dimensional electric and magnetic field computation. Although known since the 19th century, there has been little exposition of the connection's relevance to computational methods in modern topological language. This book closes the gap and will be of interest to researchers working in finite element methods for electromagnetic computation and those who have an interest in numerical and industrial applications of algebraic topology.

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