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2002 by Chapman & Hall/CRC When λ/l 1 low-frequency scattering that is a perturbation of the incident wave occurs and is referred to as Rayleigh scattering. When the wavelength λ is comparable to the characteristic dimension of the obstacle (λ ∼ l) one or several diffraction phenomena dominate; this region is also called the resonance region. The high-frequency region or quasi-optical region is characterised by λ l. To a greater or lesser extent, Rayleigh-scattering can be studied by various perturbation methods, and high-frequency scattering can be studied by well-developed high-frequency approximate techniques.

As Jones [41] notes, this non-uniqueness cannot be attributed to the infinite extent of the scatterer: two solutions have been found for the circular disc. In summary a wave-scattering problem posed for a scatterer incorporating cavities and edges is guaranteed a solution that is unique provided it satisfies the Helmholtz equation or Maxwell’s equations, appropriate boundary conditions, Sommerfeld’s radiation condition and the boundedness condition on © 2002 by Chapman & Hall/CRC the scattered energy.

It is well known that the higher frequency the better the postulates of geometrical optics apply to wave-scattering, with one single but very important stipulation that can be quantified by the ratio of the characteristic dimension l of a scatterer and the wavelength λ of the incident wave. © 2002 by Chapman & Hall/CRC When λ/l 1 low-frequency scattering that is a perturbation of the incident wave occurs and is referred to as Rayleigh scattering. When the wavelength λ is comparable to the characteristic dimension of the obstacle (λ ∼ l) one or several diffraction phenomena dominate; this region is also called the resonance region.