### Some remarks on the characterization of the space of tangential traces of H(rot; ...) and the construction of an extension operator.

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Three non-overlapping domain decomposition methods are proposed for the numerical approximation of time-harmonic Maxwell equations with damping (i.e., in a conductor). For each method convergence is proved and, for the discrete problem, the rate of convergence of the iterative algorithm is shown to be independent of the number of degrees of freedom.

Conditions for the existence of measurable and integrable solutions of the cohomology equation on a measure space are deduced. They follow from the study of the ergodic structure corresponding to some families of bidimensional linear difference equations. Results valid for the non-measure-preserving case are also obtained

Three non-overlapping domain decomposition methods are proposed for the numerical approximation of time-harmonic Maxwell equations with damping (, in a conductor). For each method convergence is proved and, for the discrete problem, the rate of convergence of the iterative algorithm is shown to be independent of the number of degrees of freedom.

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