still under development …
Theory of FWI
- Develop a unified Full-waveform Inversion platform with features of two and three dimensions, acoustic and elastic medium, and high-performance computing.
- Apply FWI on the wide-aperture land seismic dataset to reveal crustal structures and investigate the underlying tectonophysics. Study the optimal preprocessing & inversion workflow for field-data FWI applications.
Below list some useful velocity models for testing the FWI algorithms. More velocity models and open data can be found on the SEG website
Marmousi2 model: link
Martin, G. S., 2004, The Marmousi2 model, elastic synthetic data, and an analysis of imaging and AVO in a structurally complex environment: Master’s thesis. University of Houston
Martin, G. S., Wiley, R., & Marfurt, K. J. (2006). Marmousi2: An elastic upgrade for Marmousi. The leading edge, 25(2), 156-166.
Overthrust model: link
Aminzadeh, F., Brac, J., Kunz, T., 1997. SEG/EAGE 3-D Salt and Overthrust Models. SEG/EAGE 3-D Modeling Series, No. 1: Distribution CD of Salt and Overthrust models, SEG book series.
SEAE-I model: link
Fehler, M., & Keliher, P. J. (2011). SEAM Phase 1: Challenges of subsalt imaging in tertiary basins, with emphasis on deepwater Gulf of Mexico. Society of Exploration Geophysicists.
Gray, S. H., & Marfurt, K. J. (1995). Migration from topography: Improving the near-surface image. Canadian Journal of Exploration Geophysics, 31(1-2), 18-24.