pure and applied geophysics

, Volume 112, Issue 2, pp 320–330 | Cite as

Numerical self correction of non-homogeneous behaviour of data in linear wave propagation

  • A. Albino de Souza


An attempt is made to construct a scheme of numerical integration for the wave operator that can detect which kind of non-homogeneous term has acted over the data and later use this knowledge to integrate the operator in time. Data is generated with a wave initially at rest, and a scheme is presented to detect these functions and study how these values can be extrapolated in time to be used. The use of known functions to generate data is required only to check the effectiveness of the numerical device.


Wave Propagation Linear Wave Wave Operator Numerical Device Linear Wave Propagation 
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© Birkhäuser-Verlag 1974

Authors and Affiliations

  • A. Albino de Souza
    • 1
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of GeophysicsUniversity of ReadingEngland
  2. 2.IAE, CTASao Jose dos CamposBrazil

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