Category:Interaction Theory

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Interaction theory is based on calculating a solution for a number of individual scatterers without simply discretising the total problem. Essentially the Cylindrical Eigenfunction Expansion surrounding each body is used coupled with some way of mapping these.

The theory was fully developed in Kagemoto and Yue Interaction Theory which contained a solution without any approximation.