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However, high-frequency asymptotic techniques can be used to analyze many problems that are otherwise mathematically intractable. One such method that has received considerable attention and application over the years is the GTD, which is an extension of geometrical optics (GO), and it overcomes some of the limitations of GO by introducing a diffraction mechanism. 10. However, a detailed treatment is found in Chapter 13 of  while recent advances and applications are found in  and . For structures that are not convenient to analyze by either of the two methods, a combination of the two is often used.
SOURCE: J. S. Hollis, T. J. Lyon, and L. Clayton, Jr. , July 1970). 10 Geometrical arrangements for deﬁning a radian and a steradian. 1 For a sphere of radius r, ﬁnd the solid angle A (in square radians or steradians) of a spherical cap on the surface of the sphere over the north-pole region deﬁned by spherical angles of 0 ≤ θ ≤ 30◦ , 0 ≤ φ ≤ 180◦ . 10. Do this a. exactly. b. using A ≈ 1· 2 , where 1 and 2 are two perpendicular angular separations of the spherical cap passing through the north pole.
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