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Abstract

We represent an interface by a self-similar singularity, embedded between two homogeneous half-spaces and<br>we evaluate its frequency-dependent normal incidence reflection and transmission coefficients. For ƒ → () the<br>expressions for the coefficients reduce to those for a discrete boundary between two homogeneous half-spaces;<br>for ƒ → the effect of the embedding half-spaces vanishes. These asymptotic expressions have a relatively<br>simple form and depend on the singularity exponent .

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1999-08-15
2021-10-16
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