Inversion of seabed acoustic parameters in shallow water using the warping transform

@inproceedings{Zeng2013InversionOS,
  title={Inversion of seabed acoustic parameters in shallow water using the warping transform},
  author={J. Zeng and N. Chapman and J. Bonnel and L. Ma and Yan Chen},
  year={2013}
}
In this paper, a method is described for inverting geoacoustic parameters of the seabed from short range field data recorded by single hydrophone. The original data in time domain are processed by a warping operator at first, and then the dispersion curve and the mode amplitude ratios are extracted separately from the warped data. The velocity and the density in the bottom are inverted from the dispersion curve, and the attenuation from the mode amplitude ratios, respectively. The performance… Expand

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