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Abstract

Summary

A method is proposed to solve for travel times and amplitudes simultaneously. A new stencil shape offers the possibility for an abundant parallelization. Transport and travel time fields can be used to estimate the Helmholtz equation. The main objective is to obtain the Helmholtz Green’s function as fast as possible.

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2014-06-16
2020-03-28
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