Rapid estimation of relative and absolute delay times across a network by adaptive stacking
Adaptive stacking provides a powerful and rapid procedure for estimating the residual patterns across a network of seismic stations. The approach exploits predictions from some propagation model to achieve an approximate alignment of traces, which are then stacked to form a reference trace. Iterative improvement of the alignment, by comparison of the reference trace with each station trace, leads to a direct estimate of the residuals from the propagation model. Our implementation is fast and...[Show more]
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|Source:||Geophysical Journal International|
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