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Abstract

Summary

In this contribution we present a hybrid method for full seismic waveform inversion incorporating the ray-Born and finite-difference methods. We also compute synthetic seismograms using both Methods for several random seismic velocity models and perform a comparison of the pressure waveforms. The main motivation in this contribution is to show that the ray-Born modeling method, which is less computationally expensive, is accurate enough to provide an efficient alternative to purely numerical methods.

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2014-06-16
2022-01-19
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