Maarten de Hoop

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We prove existence of strongly continuous evolution systems in L for Schrödinger-type equations with non-Lipschitz coefficients in the principal part. The underlying operator structure is motivated from models of paraxial approximations of wave propagation in geophysics. Thus, the evolution direction is a spatial coordinate (depth) with additional(More)
We propose a new approach to linear ill-posed inverse problems. Our algorithm alternates between enforcing two constraints: the measurements and the statistical correlation structure in some transformed space. We use a non-linear multiscale scattering transform which discards the phase and thus exposes strong spectral correlations otherwise hidden beneath(More)
A matching pursuit technique in conjunction with an imaging method is used to obtain quantitative information on geological records from seismic data. The technique is based on a greedy, non-linear search algorithm decomposing data into atoms. These atoms are drawn from a redundant dictionary of seismic waveforms. Fractional splines are used to define this(More)
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