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Inverse elastic wave propagation modeling on CNN-UM architecture

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4 Author(s)
Sonkoly, P. ; Dept. of Image Process. & Neurocomputing, Veszprem Univ., Hungary ; Kocsardi, S. ; Kozma, P. ; Szolgay, P.

Exploration seismology deals with the use of artificially generated elastic waves to locate mineral deposits (including hydrocarbons, ores, water, geothermal reservoirs, etc.) archeological sites and to obtain geological information for engineering. The elastic waves generated by an explosion propagate through the examined geological area and recorded on the surface. The structure of the area can be determined by using the recorded data called seismogram. The propagation of elastic waves in an elastic medium can be described by second order partial differential equations. The solution of these kinds of equations requires enormous computation power. In this paper a solution of inverse seismic wave propagation is presented on Falcon emulated digital CNN-UM architecture.

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Circuit Theory and Design, 2005. Proceedings of the 2005 European Conference on  (Volume:1 )

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28 Aug.-2 Sept. 2005

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