Modern applications of the bateman-whittaker theory
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Progress In Electromagnetics Research M
The Bateman-Whittaker theory, which was developed a century ago, is shown to be a comprehensive basis for deriving a large class of null spatiotemporally localized electromagnetic waves characterized by intriguing vortical structures. In addition, it provides the modeling for studying topological structures dealing with linked and knotted electromagnetic waves.
(2021). Modern applications of the bateman-whittaker theory. Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, 102, 171–180.
Besieris, Ioannis M., et al.
"Modern applications of the bateman-whittaker theory." Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, vol. 102, 2021, pp. 171–180.