By Alessandra Esposito (auth.), Luciano Tarricone, Alessandra Esposito (eds.)
Advances in info applied sciences for Electromagnetics deals a wide landscape on lately accomplished and in all probability available advances in electromagnetics with leading edge IT applied sciences.
Simple educational chapters introduce the reader to innovative applied sciences, resembling parallel and disbursed computing, object-oriented applied sciences, grid computing, semantic grids, agent dependent computing and service-oriented architectures.
On such bases, a number of EM functions is proposed: 1) parallel FDTD codes (both for antenna research and for metamaterial applications), 2) grid computing for computational EM (CEM) (with purposes to antenna arrays, instant and remote-sensing structures) three) cellular brokers for parametric CEM modeling four) complex/hybrid EM software program environments (with purposes to planar circuits, quasi-optical systems,…) five) semantic grids for CAE of antennas arrays.
This means the reader, after studying from very schematic tutorials the main proper positive aspects of IT instruments, has an instantaneous feeling in their effect on day-by-day EM research.
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Polymorphism adds flexibility to the code and simplifies its extensions. Suppose that a new typology of antennas must be added to the system. The programmer has only to take care of the implementation of the specific code of that typology: all design efforts have taken place in the starting phase of the project, when data and methods of the core classes of the problem were established. e. their external behavior or interface). This is done thanks to the so called abstract classes. Consider the “Antenna” example.
G. via RPC) depends on the network and computational conditions. Another interesting feature is mobile agent independence from the dispatching host. A mobile agent can continue functioning even if its “home” is unavailable or unreachable, and sends back results upon reconnection. This feature is particularly useful for portable computing devices. Finally, mobile agents allow the “on-the-fly” deployment of software components. Software components can be implemented in the form of mobile agents or can be flexibly and dynamically embedded with the support of mobile agents.
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