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A study of viscous effects in seismic modeling, imaging, and inversion: Methodology, computational aspects, and sensitivity
Real Earth media are anelastic, which affects both the kinematics and dynamics of propagating waves: Waves are attenuated and dispersed. If anelastic effects are neglected, inversion and migration can yield erroneous ...
Traveltime solution for the two dimensional Eikonal equation in an arbitrarily complex slowness field via first or second order conservative upwind difference formulations
The determination of first-arrival seismic traveltimes radiating outward from a point-source in an arbitrary slowness field plays an important role in methods which require knowledge of curved wavefronts in a complex domain. ...