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Kazei, V.V. (author), Kashtan, B.M. (author), Troyan, V.N. (author), Mulder, W.A. (author)
Low frequencies play a crucial role in the convergence of full-waveform inversion to the correct model in most of its current implementations. However, the lower the frequencies, the bigger are the amplitudes of the surface waves, causing the inversion to be driven by the latter. If they are not blanked out or removed, this may lead to...
conference paper 2015
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Kazei, V.V. (author), Kashtan, B.M. (author), Troyan, V.N. (author), Mulder, W.A. (author)
It is generally believed that full waveform inversion needs very low frequencies in the data to avoid convergence to a local minimum, which would lead to an incorrect velocity model. Often, low frequencies are not present in the data. Then, a kinematically accurate initial model is required that contains the long-wavelength structures that...
conference paper 2013
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Kazei, V.V. (author), Ponomarenko, A.V. (author), Troyan, V.N. (author), Kashtan, B.M. (author), Mulder, W.A. (author)
Full waveform inversion suffers from local minima, due to a lack of low frequencies in the data. A reflector below the zone of interest may, however, help in recovering the long-wavelength components of a velocity perturbation, as demonstrated in a paper by Mora. With the Born approximation for the perturbation in a reference model consisting of...
conference paper 2012