By Richard D. Miller, John H. Bradford, Klaus Holliger
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Advances in Near-surface Seismology and Ground-penetrating Radar (SEG Geophysical advancements sequence No. 15) is a set of unique papers by way of well known and revered authors from world wide. applied sciences utilized in the applying of near-surface seismology and ground-penetrating radar have visible major advances within the final a number of years. either equipment have benefited from new processing instruments, elevated computing device speeds, and an improved number of applications.
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S. A. Sultan, P. Represesas, and A. L. El Sorady, 2006, Joint inversion of gravity and geoelectrical data for groundwater and structural investigation: Application to the northwestern part of Sinai, Egypt: Geophysical Journal International, 165, 705–718. , H. R. Maurer, and A. G. Green, 2003, Discrete tomography and joint inversion for loosely connected or unconnected physical properties: Application to crosshole seismic and georadar data sets: Geophysical Journal International, 153, 389–402.
A solution to this constrained (weighted) least-squares problem (equation 3) with minimum modiﬁcation to model parameters is sought so that the convergence procedure will remain stable for each iteration. This does not necessarily mean that the ﬁnal model will be closer to the initial model than with other optimization techniques, such as the Newton method. The modiﬁcation determined at each iteration (equation 4) is added to the previous model, thereby producing an updated model (x kþ1 ¼ x k þ Dx).
Kowalsky, M. , S. Finsterle, J. Peterson, S. Hubbard, Y. Rubin, E. Majer, A. Ward, and G. Gee, 2005, Estimation of ﬁeld-scale soil hydraulic parameters and dielectric parameters through joint inversion of GPR and hydrological data: Water Resources Research, 41, W11425. , K. Holliger, and D. E. : Geophysical Research Letters, 25, 2889–2892. Monteiro Santos, F. , S. A. Sultan, P. Represesas, and A. L. El Sorady, 2006, Joint inversion of gravity and geoelectrical data for groundwater and structural investigation: Application to the northwestern part of Sinai, Egypt: Geophysical Journal International, 165, 705–718.