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Wave propagation in randomly layered media with an application to time reversal
We describe the propagation of acoustic waves through randomly layered media over distances much larger than the typical wavelength of a pulse that is emitted from a point source. The layered medium is modeled by a smooth ...
Filtering random layering effects for imaging and velocity estimation
Imaging compactly supported reflectors in highly heterogeneous media is a challenging problem due to the significant interaction of waves with the medium which causes considerable delay spread and loss of coherence. The ...