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Gaisser, T. K. , Halzen, F. , Long, W. , Stanev, T. & Zas, E. Phys. Rev. D43, 314 (1990).
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T. K. Gaisser F. Halzen, T. Stanev, Radiation from Cosmic Ray Interactions in the Galaxy, to appear in Proc. of the 22nd Int. Cosmic Ray Conference, Dublin (1991).
An approximate formula has been obtained to numerically evaluate the radio pulse emitted by a charged particle that instantaneously accelerates, moves at constant speed along a straight track, and halts again instantaneously. The approximate solution is applied to the particle track after dividing it in smaller subintervals. The resulting algorithm [often referred to as the Zas-Halzen-Stanev.