Seismic waveform tomography in the frequency-space domain: selection of the optimal temporal frequency for inversion

@article{Yokota2004SeismicWT,
  title={Seismic waveform tomography in the frequency-space domain: selection of the optimal temporal frequency for inversion},
  author={T. Yokota and J. Matsushima},
  journal={Exploration Geophysics},
  year={2004},
  volume={35},
  pages={19 - 24}
}
  • T. Yokota, J. Matsushima
  • Published 2004
  • Geology
  • Exploration Geophysics
  • Frequency-space domain full-wave tomography is a promising technique for delineating detailed subsurface structure with high resolution. However, this method requires criteria for the selection of a set of optimal temporal frequency components, to achieve stability in the sequence of inversion processes together with computational efficiency. We propose a method of selecting optimal temporal frequencies, based on wavenumber continuity. The proposed method is tested numerically and is shown to… CONTINUE READING

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