Geometric optics and diffraction techniques for data simulation in cross-borehole tomography

M. S. Frank, Constantine Balanis

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Abstract

The method of reconstructing a cross-sectional image of the earth between two boreholes can be used in areas from tunnel detection to mineral exploration. Of great importance to this underground reconstruction process is the ability to adequately model the forward (simulation) problem. In this paper we consider the simulation of continuous wave data using geometrical optics with first order diffractions from impedance surface discontinuities. -from Authors

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationRemote sensing. Proc. IGARSS '88 symposium, Edinburgh, 1988. Vol. 3
EditorsT.D. Guyenne, J.J. Hunt
PublisherEuropean Space Agency, ESTEC, Noordwijk; ESA SP-284
Pages1723-1724
Number of pages2
StatePublished - 1988

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diffraction
tomography
borehole
mineral exploration
simulation
discontinuity
tunnel
detection
method

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)
  • Environmental Science(all)

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Frank, M. S., & Balanis, C. (1988). Geometric optics and diffraction techniques for data simulation in cross-borehole tomography. In T. D. Guyenne, & J. J. Hunt (Eds.), Remote sensing. Proc. IGARSS '88 symposium, Edinburgh, 1988. Vol. 3 (pp. 1723-1724). European Space Agency, ESTEC, Noordwijk; ESA SP-284.

Geometric optics and diffraction techniques for data simulation in cross-borehole tomography. / Frank, M. S.; Balanis, Constantine.

Remote sensing. Proc. IGARSS '88 symposium, Edinburgh, 1988. Vol. 3. ed. / T.D. Guyenne; J.J. Hunt. European Space Agency, ESTEC, Noordwijk; ESA SP-284, 1988. p. 1723-1724.

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Frank, MS & Balanis, C 1988, Geometric optics and diffraction techniques for data simulation in cross-borehole tomography. in TD Guyenne & JJ Hunt (eds), Remote sensing. Proc. IGARSS '88 symposium, Edinburgh, 1988. Vol. 3. European Space Agency, ESTEC, Noordwijk; ESA SP-284, pp. 1723-1724.
Frank MS, Balanis C. Geometric optics and diffraction techniques for data simulation in cross-borehole tomography. In Guyenne TD, Hunt JJ, editors, Remote sensing. Proc. IGARSS '88 symposium, Edinburgh, 1988. Vol. 3. European Space Agency, ESTEC, Noordwijk; ESA SP-284. 1988. p. 1723-1724
Frank, M. S. ; Balanis, Constantine. / Geometric optics and diffraction techniques for data simulation in cross-borehole tomography. Remote sensing. Proc. IGARSS '88 symposium, Edinburgh, 1988. Vol. 3. editor / T.D. Guyenne ; J.J. Hunt. European Space Agency, ESTEC, Noordwijk; ESA SP-284, 1988. pp. 1723-1724
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