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Figure 79 Position in the Laplace plane of the poles of the models with losses ( = 025) and without loss ( = 0) Legend: o: = 1, : = +08
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Figure 711 Impulse response of the model with losses: (a) for = 001, (b) for = 025
which is shown in Figure 710b Thus, it is clear that the waves which appear successively in h(t) in decomposition (749) have an increasingly low amplitude, but a temporal support (or a width with middle height) which is increasingly high We illustrate this phenomenon as follows In Figure 711a, = 001 is very small and the supports of successive waves remain separate To some extent this resembles the case without loss, but with successive amplitudes which decrease in a way nearly independent of the total re ection coef cient , whereas in Figure 711b, = 025 can no longer be compared with a perturbation, while the increasing spreading of the supports is veri ed 7532 Quasi-modal decomposition To apply the inverse Laplace transform to (748) directly by using residue calculus, we must take into account the cut along the negative real axis, which is imposed by the multiform character of s s
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where some of s possibly disappeared from the discrete sum on the indices in S n (this occurs very exactly when equation (747) does not have solutions such that e( s) > 0) In the diffusive part, = o( ) shows that in a certain way, the integral term is a perturbation of order NOTE 710 It should be noted that we observe here a generalization of the decomposition result (739), the only difference being the in nitely countable character of the poles For a detailed study of the family of diffusive representation ( ) indexed by , see 9 of [HEL 00] 7533 Fractional modal decomposition In (748), we carry out the decomposition of the meromorphic function in a series of normally convergent elementary meromorphic functions on every compact subset of the complex plane (see 5 of [CART 61]), by using: ( 1)n 1 = sinh(z) n= z in which gives us: 1 ( 1)n H(s) = 2 n= (s) + i(n + 0 ) Lastly, we break up each term of the series into rational fractions of the variable s: 1 1 1 1 = + + s + s s0 n n s n s n n