“Native” Wavelet Transform for Solving Gravimetry Inverse Problem on the Sphere
We present a novel algorithm to interpret the geopotential data obtained on the surface of a sphere. Suggested method is based on CWT with so called “native” basis. Computational experiments show that location and depth of synthetic causative sources are uniquely determined by the proposed method. Comparison presented results with seismic data demonstrates a good agreement.
KeywordsGravimetry Inverse gravity problem Gravitational potential Sphere Wavelet transform
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