DG-FDTDDual-Grid Finite-Difference Time-Domain (electrical engineering)
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To assess the performance of our approach, a comparison between a classical DG-FDTD and the MM-DG-FDTD method is done.
Compared to a classical DG-FDTD method, the MM-DG-FDTD requires an incompressible 748 min CPU time to calculate the transfer functions.
In order to verify the validity of the MM-DG-FDTD simulation, Table 8 compares the results of the classical DG-FDTD simulation with those of the new method for one particular position in the addressed scenario.
For comparison, it would require 3.1705 x [10.sup.5] min with the classical DG-FDTD.
It combines the DG-FDTD method with a substitution model to proceed highly multiscale and variable dosimetric problems.