This treatise describes the generalized method of moments, which is a major branch of computer-based numerical methods, parallel to the finite-element and finite-difference methods. It covers not only the numerical aspects, but also the analytical background, including electromagnetic theory. As a treatise on numerical methods, the coverage, presentation and organization are based on the author's original theory that Harrington's moment methods, iterative methods, mode-matching and reaction integral equation methods can be unified and presented within the framework of a generalized method of moments in a succinct and efficient manner. The book contains exercises and four computer programs complete with user's guide.
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