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Bayesian Markov chain Monte Carlo inversion for anisotropy of PP- and PS-wave in weakly anisotropic and heterogeneous media

A single set of vertically aligned cracks embedded in a purely isotropic background may be considered as a long-wavelength effective transversely isotropy (HTI) medium with a horizontal symmetry axis. The crack-induced HTI anisotropy can be characterized by the weakly anisotropic parameters introduced by Thomsen. The seismic scattering theory can be utilized for the inversion for...

Improving seismic interpretation: a high-contrast approximation to the reflection coefficient of a plane longitudinal wave

Linearized approximations of reflection and transmission coefficients set a foundation for amplitude versus offset (AVO) analysis and inversion in exploration geophysics. However, the weak properties contrast hypothesis of those linearized approximate equations leads to big errors when the two media across the interface vary dramatically. To extend the application of AVO analysis...

Simulation and analysis of point-source surface wave fields

The complexity of near surface intensifies the diversity of seismic wave fields, which makes study on near surface wavefields important in many aspects. The strong absorption of low velocity layer can affect the resolution of seismic data, and free boundary can cause surface wave. Considering the above problems, we focus on the Rayleigh wavefields simulation using finite...

Stability condition of finite difference solution for viscoelastic wave equations

The stability problem is a very important aspect in seismic wave numerical modeling. Based on the theory of seismic waves and constitutive equations of viscoelastic models, the stability problems of finite difference scheme for Kelvin-Voigt and Maxwell models with rectangular grids are analyzed. Expressions of stability conditions with arbitrary spatial accuracies for two...