By Yuriy K. Sirenko

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It was studied and applied to PDEs (partial differential equations) only in the 20th century. G. A. A. K. S. Ya. Rivkind, F. John, P. Lax, L. G. A. Hyman, S. Kaplan, and others. 29) for scatterers whose geometry is illustrated by Fig. 48) at the mesh points (g jk = y j , z k ∈ Q(h, T ) on the time layers tm = ml, m = 0, 1, . . , M − 1 = T /l. 49) ⎩ U ( j, k, m) = 0; g jk ∈ S(h, T ), m = 0, 1, . . , the difference form of the initial and boundary conditions). Here, D+ [u] = h −1 [U ( j + 1, k, m) − U ( j, k, m)] y and D− [u] = h −1 [U ( j, k, m) − U ( j − 1, k, m)] y are the standard operators of the right- and left-hand difference derivatives (the t same with obvious changes is true also for D±z [u], D± [u]); y j = j h, z k = kh, j, k = 0, ±1, .

66) 1 R(z, 0) = − aε ε −3/2 . 8 Additionally, from the formula for G − (z, t) and the zero boundary conditions for G + (z, t) we derive R(0, t) = G − (0, t): the kernel of the reflection operator for the structure shown in Fig. 1D as a whole. 66). The technique that uses wave splitting can hardly as yet be characterized as a widely used one. Its main applications so far have been the numerical solution to the inverse problems where the complexity of the problem adequately motivates the efforts required in the application of this technique.

For different geometries of L Q, M is different. However, the algorithm of its derivation is based, in all cases, on the common sequence of operations widely used in the theory of hyperbolic equations [32,45]: incomplete separation of variables in the equations of telegraphy, integral transformations in the one-dimensional Klein–Gordon equations, solution of the auxiliary boundary value problems for ordinary differential equations, and inverse integral transforms.