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the consortium Seismic
waves in complex 3-D structures, Dept. of Geophysics, Charles
University, Prague, June 1996, pp. 223-249.
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Seismic waves in complex 3-D structures, Dept. of Geophysics, Charles
University, Prague, June 1996 pp. 223-249.
Extensions of the finite-difference method: irregular grids,
topography, hybrid methods, and absorption
J. Zahradnik, I. Oprsal, V. Plicka
Department of Geophysics, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles
V Holesovickach 2, 180 00 Praha, Czech Republic
This report summarizes four lines along which the finite-difference
(FD) method has been recently (in 1995/96) extended: (i) irregular
grids, (ii) non-planar free surface, (iii) hybrid methods, and (iv)
approximate absorption treatment. While the former two have been
described in a great detail in a diploma thesis (Oprsal, 1996), and will
be submitted as a methodical paper (Oprsal and Zahradnik, in
preparation), the latter two will be presented together with a practical
application at a conference (Caserta and Zahradnik, 1996).
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