Green's Functions for Electromagnetic Waves in Moving Lossy Media
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3.There is an algebraic error in Ref. 1. It can be easily checked that (18a) in Ref. 1 does not follow from (17). The correct equations are (5) and (6) of the present work. Because of this error in Ref. 1, no attempt is made to compare our results with theirs.
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5.With a choice of in the affine transformation, one can impose the causality condition in the integral. Since the equivalence of the solutions for different values of λ follows from the uniqueness theorem of the partial‐differential equation, we conclude that (22) satisfies the causality condition.
6. is assumed to satisfy the causality condition.
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9.There are some notational differences between Ref. 2 and our work, e.g., To compare (53) and (54) with the formulas in Ref. 2, we give the notational conversions as follows: , . Also, the Green’s functions are defined with a difference in sign.
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