II Wave-based modeling (UNDER CONSTRUCTION)

II.1 Analytic solution of the wave equation
II.1.1 Standing waves and modes in simple geometries
II.1.2 Magnitude response in simple geometries
II.2 Finite-difference time domain methods
The finite-difference time-domain technique

II.2.1 Basic derivation

II.2.2 Analysis
II.2.3 Stability
II.2.4 Dispersion
II.2.5 Sound sources
Hard, soft, transparent

II.2.6 Different grid topologies
II.2.7 Boundary conditions
II.2.8 Higher-order approximations
II.2.9 Implicit techniques
II.2.10 Air absorption
II.3 Finite-volume time domain method
Another varient of the finite-difference time-domain simulation

II.3.1 Fitted cells at boundaries
II.4 Pseudo-spectral methods
II.4.1 Pseudo-spectral time-domain method
II.4.2 Adaptive rectangular decomposition
II.5 Frequency-domain element methods
II.5.1 Finite element method
II.5.2 Boundary element method

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