Applying Compactness Constraints To Differential Traveltime Tomography

  title={Applying Compactness Constraints To Differential Traveltime Tomography},
  author={Jonathan Ajo-Franklin and Burke J Minsley},
Tomographic imaging problems are typically ill-posed and often require the use of regularization techniques to guarantee a stable solution. Minimization of a weighted norm of model length is one commonly used secondary constraint. Tikhonov methods exploit low-order differential operators to select for solutions that are small, flat, or smooth in one or more dimensions. This class of regularizing functionals may not always be appropriate, particularly in cases where the anomaly being imaged is… CONTINUE READING


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