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Ziegon, Anton (author)
Geophysical methods are widely used to gather information about the subsurface as they are nonintrusive and comparably cheap during acquisition, however, the solution to the geophysical inverse problem is inherently non-unique which introduces considerable uncertainties. Therefore, independently acquired geophysical data sets can be jointly...
master thesis 2023
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van der Linde, Stan (author)
Recent developments in quantum annealing have shown promising results in logistics, life sciences, machine learning and more. However, in the field of geophysical sciences the applications have been limited. A quantum annealing application was developed for residual statics estimation. Residual statics estimation is a highly non-linear problem...
master thesis 2021
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Bezemer, Marissa (author)
The feasibility of subsurface imaging using diurnal temperature variations to determine and/or monitor tuber growth is investigated by creating a model capable of numerically simulating data. The model and the numerical simulations are discussed, as well as the use of effective inversion to determine the volumefraction of tubers.
bachelor thesis 2019
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Shamasundar, R. (author)
Demand for hydrocarbon fuel is predicted to keep increasing in the coming decades in spite of easily accessible alternative fuels due to shifting geopolitical and economic situations. In order to find new hydrocarbon pockets, we need sharper images of earth’s subsurface. Also, the exploration of other sources of energy like geothermal will...
doctoral thesis 2019
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Sai, B. (author)
doctoral thesis 2003
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