It is necessary to improve the precision with which the wave form of a seismic wave is determined in the solution of a number of seismic exploration problems. One such problem is the choice of an appropriate representation of the medium by comparing computed wave forms with those obtained experimentally. Coincidence of computed wave forms with observed wave forms may be one of the primary criteria in selecting a representative model of the medium. This requires increased accuracy in recording the wave form in the field. More precision is also required for the use of recorded wave forms for the solution of the inverse problem.


Seismic Wave Wave Form Seismic Record Seismic Wave Propagation Seismic Exploration 
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  • V. V. Kun

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