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When the finite-difference time-domain method is used to compute waveguide structures, incident waves are needed for calculating electrical parameters (e.g., the scattering parameters), and effective absorbing boundary conditions are required for terminating open waveguide structures. The incident waves are conventionally obtained with inefficient three-dimensional (3D) simulations of long uniform structures, while the absorbing boundary conditions reported so far do not perform well at ordoi:10.2528/pier06090506 fatcat:xu6r6nuylrdgdkov2wrfssra5m