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In this paper, a new CS-FMM method that conjugates compressive sensing (CS) with the fast multipole method (FMM) is proposed and validated to efficiently solve monostatic scattering from an arbitrary conducting target. The far zone scattered fields are viewed as the signal of interest. CS is introduced to reduce the number of computations. A new set of incident sources has been generated according to CS. By solving the matrix equations under the new set of incident sources and calculating thedoi:10.1155/2019/8595104 fatcat:joaryfwuoba3rhlhu2lqgoy2xe