Bayesian linearized AVO inversion

@article{Buland2003BayesianLA,
  title={Bayesian linearized AVO inversion},
  author={A. Buland and Henning Omre},
  journal={Geophysics},
  year={2003},
  volume={68},
  pages={185-198}
}
A new linearized AVO inversion technique is developed in a Bayesian framework. The objective is to obtain posterior distributions for P‐wave velocity, S‐wave velocity, and density. Distributions for other elastic parameters can also be assessed—for example, acoustic impedance, shear impedance, and P‐wave to S‐wave velocity ratio. The inversion algorithm is based on the convolutional model and a linearized weak contrast approximation of the Zoeppritz equation. The solution is represented by a… Expand
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