By Peter W. Hawkes
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113) is diVerent from the structure in Eq. (111). Another noticeable diVerence is that the evanescent tensor and vector do not have the factors exp(ij¯zj), and therefore do not correspond to outgoing spherical waves. XIII. The xy-Plane Next we consider the situation in the xy-plane. Here we have z¯ ¼ 0, and the integrals deﬁning the evanescent parts of the auxiliary functions, Eqs. (90)–(95), might not exist. To circumvent this, we ﬁrst consider the traveling part. From Eqs. (98), (99), (101), and (103) we obtain ReMa ðqÞtr ¼ ReMb ðqÞtr ¼ ReMd ðqÞtr ¼ ReMf ðqÞtr ¼ 0 ð115Þ because sin(uj¯zjÞ ¼ 0.
We illustrate the method with ReMa ðqÞtr and then give results for the other functions. ðk þ nÞ! 2 k¼0 ð136Þ 1=2 with n ¼ 0 and x ¼ rð1 ¯ À u2 Þ , and we replace sin(u|z¯|) by its expansion for small argument. Þ ð2‘ þ 1Þ! = ðk þ ‘ þ 1Þ!. When we substitute this into Eq. (137) and compare with Eq. (136), we recognize the summation over k as the series representation of a Bessel function of order ‘ + 1. In this manner we ﬁnd the following series representation: ‘ 1 j¯zj X ‘! 2¯z2 tr J‘þ1 ðrÞ: ð138Þ À ReMa ðqÞ ¼ À ¯ r¯ r¯ ‘¼0 ð2‘ þ 1Þ!
In particular, we see that NðqÞ ¼ O ð1=q1=2 ). On the other hand, oV the xy-plane we have with q À r¯ ¼ qð1 À sin y) that q À r¯ becomes large with q for y ﬁxed. In that case, y is large and we use the asymptotic approximation for the complementary error function (Abramowitz and Stegun, 1972) 40 ARNOLDUS 1 X 1 1 Á 3 Á . . Á ð2n À 1Þ 2 erfcðyÞ ¼ pﬃﬃﬃ eÀy 1 þ ðÀ1Þn : ð2y2 Þn y p n¼1 ð202Þ We see that the ﬁrst term is just the second term in square brackets in Eq. (201). Because y2 ¼ iðq À r), ¯ the factor exp(Ày2) does not inﬂuence the order, and NðqÞ ¼ O ð1=y3 ), which is NðqÞ ¼ O ð1=q3=2 ).
Advances in Imaging and Electron Physics by Peter W. Hawkes