Electric polarization as a basis for the formation of selforganizing-fields on the self-affine structures
The mathematical model simulating interaction of electromagnetic radiation with a self-affine surface is developed. The model is described by system of the differential equations in partial derivatives in complex area. Changes of the field structure formed on a surface, depending on model parameters are analyzed. It is shown that at certain values of parameters of model there is a formation of stable field structures.
Shown that the phenomenon of electric polarization leads to the formation of stable field structures on the surface. The results obtained by the authors show that the considered semiconductor wafers with self-affine topography of the surface behaves as a transformer of the incident radiation on it.