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noise source


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noise source

noise source

Distribution of noise sources for seismic interferometry

Cross-correlation imaging of ambient noise sources

Microseism source direction from noise cross-correlation

Source and processing effects on noise correlations

Measurements and kernels for source-structure inversions in noise tomography

The influence of noise sources on cross-correlation amplitudes

Source-structure trade-offs in ambient noise correlations

Excitation of normal modes by atmospheric turbulence: source of long-period seismic noise

Correction of phase velocity bias caused by strong directional noise sources in high-frequency ambient noise tomography: a case study in Karamay, China

Exploiting seismic signal and noise in an intracratonic environment to constrain crustal structure and source parameters of infrequent earthquakes

Peak asymmetry of solar p modes: a framework to explain the effects of the correlated noise from the acoustic source

Edge-source acoustic green’s function for an airfoil of arbitrary chord, with application to trailing-edge noise

Directionality of ambient noise on the Juan de Fuca plate: implications for source locations of the primary and secondary microseisms

Retrieval of Green's function having coda from the cross-correlation function in a scattering medium illuminated by surrounding noise sources on the basis of the first order Born approximation

Green's function retrieval from the CCF of random waves and energy conservation for an obstacle of arbitrary shape: noise source distribution on a large surrounding shell

Retrieval of Green's function having coda waves from the cross-correlation function in a scattering medium illuminated by a randomly homogeneous distribution of noise sources on the basis of the first-order Born approximation

 

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1 See Shannon's model.

2 A piece of test equipment used to inject noise deliberately into a channel, used for testing the performance of amplifiers and detectors.

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