Wave propagation and sampling theory—Part I: Complex signal and scattering in multilayered media

@article{Morlet1982WavePA,
  title={Wave propagation and sampling theory—Part I: Complex signal and scattering in multilayered media},
  author={Jean Morlet and Georges Arens and Eliane Fourgeau and Dominique Giard},
  journal={Geophysics},
  year={1982},
  volume={47},
  pages={203-221}
}
From experimental studies in digital processing of seismic reflection data, geophysicists know that a seismic signal does vary in amplitude, shape, frequency and phase, versus propagation time To enhance the resolution of the seismic reflection method, we must investigate these variations in more detail. We present quantitative results of theoretical studies on propagation of plane waves for normal incidence, through perfectly elastic multilayered media. As wavelet shapes, we use zero-phase… 

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