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Inverse Eigenvalue Problems for the Mantle

  • Ole H. Hald
Part of the Progress in Scientific Computing book series (PSC, volume 2)

Abstract

We represent the earth as a sphere with radius R and assume that the material is perfectly elastic and isotropic. Thus we ignore ellipticity, rotation, damping, lateral inhomogeneities and anisotropy.

Keywords

Travel Time Shear Wave Inverse Problem Lower Mantle Torsional Mode 
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References

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© Birkhäuser Boston 1983

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  • Ole H. Hald

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