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A holistic approach to computing first-arrival traveltimes using neural networks

@inproceedings{Waheed2021AHA,
  title={A holistic approach to computing first-arrival traveltimes using neural networks},
  author={U. Waheed and T. Alkhalifah and E. Haghighat and Chao Song},
  year={2021}
}
Since the original algorithm by John Vidale in 1988 to numerically solve the isotropic eikonal equation, there has been tremendous progress on the topic addressing an array of challenges, including improvement of the solution accuracy, incorporation of surface topography, adding more accurate physics by accounting for anisotropy/attenuation in the medium, and speeding up computations using multiple CPUs and GPUs. Despite these advances, there is no mechanism in these algorithms to carry… Expand

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