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JaTS: a fully portable seismic tomography software based on Fresnel wavepaths and a probabilistic reconstruction approach

Abstract : JaTS, a Java 2D seismic tomography software, is presented. It implements original algorithms achieving optimal accuracy with reasonable computing costs. A second-order Fast Marching Method (FMM) is used for solving the eikonal equation, therefore enabling a fast and robust computation of seismic traveltimes between sources and receivers. The wavepaths are materialized by Fresnel volumes rather than by conventional rays. This approach accounts for complex velocity models and has the advantage of considering the effects of the wave frequency in the velocity model resolution. The model is computed by a Simultaneous Iterative Reconstruction Technique (SIRT) which has been reformulated to integrate Fresnel wavepaths by using a probabilistic approach. In addition, various utilities are implemented, such as a tapering filter, used to decrease artifact effects occurring in the vicinity of the sources and receivers. The software also offers the possibility of reconstructing the velocity field on a grid larger than the one used for the wave propagation computation. This contributes to stabilize the estimated values. All of the seismic processing tools have been integrated with a user-friendly graphical interface. JaTS represents a tightly integrated tool suite that supports the entire process of importing the SG2 field records, first-break picking, forward modeling and velocity-field computing across multiple platforms.
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Gilles Grandjean, Sandrine Sage. JaTS: a fully portable seismic tomography software based on Fresnel wavepaths and a probabilistic reconstruction approach. Computers & Geosciences, Elsevier, 2004, 30 (9/10), pp.925-935. ⟨10.1016/j.cageo.2004.06.009⟩. ⟨hal-00538634⟩

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