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The direct and inverse problem for obliquely incident transient elastodynamic waves

Hellberg, Rasmus and Karlsson, Anders LU (1997) In Technical Report LUTEDX/(TEAT-7057)/1-27/(1997) TEAT-7057.
Abstract
The direct and inverse scattering problems for a plane-stratified viscoelastic

medium excited by a transient plane wave of SH or P-SV type are treated.

The viscoelastic medium is characterized by two time and space dependent

memory functions and a spatially dependent density. The direct and inverse

problems are solved by a time-domain wave propagator method that is related

to the Green functions technique and the imbedding method. The definition of

the wave-propagators is based upon a wave-splitting technique where the total

wave is split into generalized left and right going components. A numerical

algorithm for the inverse problem is presented for the P-SV case.
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  abstract     = {The direct and inverse scattering problems for a plane-stratified viscoelastic<br/><br>
medium excited by a transient plane wave of SH or P-SV type are treated.<br/><br>
The viscoelastic medium is characterized by two time and space dependent<br/><br>
memory functions and a spatially dependent density. The direct and inverse<br/><br>
problems are solved by a time-domain wave propagator method that is related<br/><br>
to the Green functions technique and the imbedding method. The definition of<br/><br>
the wave-propagators is based upon a wave-splitting technique where the total<br/><br>
wave is split into generalized left and right going components. A numerical<br/><br>
algorithm for the inverse problem is presented for the P-SV case.},
  author       = {Hellberg, Rasmus and Karlsson, Anders},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {27},
  publisher    = {ARRAY(0x87f2168)},
  series       = {Technical Report LUTEDX/(TEAT-7057)/1-27/(1997)},
  title        = {The direct and inverse problem for obliquely incident transient elastodynamic waves},
  volume       = {TEAT-7057},
  year         = {1997},
}