Irregular interface parametrization in 3-D wide-angle seismic traveltime tomography
We investigate the potential advantages and pitfalls of using an irregular interface parametrization in 3-D wide-angle seismic traveltime tomography. Several synthetic tests are performed using an interface surface consisting of a mosaic of cubic B-spline surface patches and a source-receiver array designed to produce a highly variable distribution of refracted and reflected ray paths. In such circumstances, an irregular parametrization can be adapted to suit the data coverage, resulting in...[Show more]
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