Locating where Transient Signals Travel in Inhomogeneous Media

@inproceedings{Spiesberger2005LocatingWT,
  title={Locating where Transient Signals Travel in Inhomogeneous Media},
  author={John L. Spiesberger},
  year={2005}
}
Locating where transient signals travel between a source and receiver requires a final step that is needed after using a theory of diffraction such as the integral theorem of Helmholtz and Kirchhoff. Introduced here, the final step accounts for interference between adjacent apertures on a phase screen by adaptively adjusting their phase and amplitude, yielding a hierarchy of energy contributions to any desired window of signal travel time at the receiver. The method allows one to check errors… CONTINUE READING