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Summary

Full wave inversion (FWI) suffers from convergence toward local minima because of the inaccuracy of the initial model and the lack of low frequency data. Noises in seismograms further deteriorate the imaging quality. To relax the dependency on high quality low frequency data, we present an ensemble full wave inversion method with source encoding (EnFWI), which is an ensemble approximation of the total inversion proposed by Tarantola. The method refines the velocity model iteratively by incorporating the observation, while the nonlinear evolution of the covariance is approximated by ensemble covariance. Encoded simultaneous-source FWI (ESSFWI) is applied to improve the representation for the low rank ensemble approximation, and to increase the rate of convergence. Experiments show that EnFWI achieves larger convergence range and better tolerance to data noise with less computational costs than traditional FWI methods.

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2015-06-01
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