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Interpretation-Based Full Waveform Inversion
Full waveform inversion (FWI) is an iterative seismic data-fitting procedure used to resolve geologically complex subsurface property models. Inverting low-frequency components of the seismic wavefield to update velocity ...
Seismic Modeling, Imaging and Inversion in Viscoacoustic Media
During wave propagation, seismic energy is dissipated by the geometrical spreading, heterogeneity scattering and lattice internal friction. The energy decay related to internal friction is known as intrinsic attenuation, ...
Full Wavefield Reconstruction and Full Waveform Inversion
Two-way reverse time extrapolation of the recorded seismic data is the essential step in seismic reverse time migration (RTM). Various RTM algorithms have been developed to produce accurate image locations rather than ...