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phase inversion

Frequency-domain waveform inversion using the phase derivative

Three-dimensional inversion of magnetotelluric phase tensor data

Amplitude and phase differentiation of synthetic seismograms: a must for waveform inversion at regional scale

Constraints on upper inner-core structure from waveform inversion of core phases

Non-linear surface wave phase velocity inversion based on ray theory

Regional tomographic inversion of the amplitude and phase of Rayleigh waves with 2-D sensitivity kernels

3-D joint inversion of the magnetotelluric phase tensor and vertical magnetic transfer functions

Misfit functions for full waveform inversion based on instantaneous phase and envelope measurements

W phase source inversion for moderate to large earthquakes (1990–2010)

Taming waveform inversion non-linearity through phase unwrapping of the model and objective functions

One-dimensional models of shear wave velocity for the eastern Mediterranean obtained from the inversion of Rayleigh wave phase velocities and tectonic implications

Asymptotic full waveform inversion for arrival separation and post-critical phase correction with application to quasi-vertical fault imaging

A lithospheric velocity model for the flat slab region of Argentina from joint inversion of Rayleigh wave phase velocity dispersion and teleseismic receiver functions

Azimuthal anisotropy of the crust and uppermost mantle in northeast North China Craton from inversion of Rayleigh wave phase velocity

Lithosphere–asthenosphere interaction beneath the western United States from the joint inversion of body-wave traveltimes and surface-wave phase velocities

S-wave velocity structure of northeastern China from joint inversion of Rayleigh wave phase and group velocities

Wave-theoretical inversion of teleseismic surface waves in a regional network: phase-velocity maps and a three-dimensional upper-mantle shear-wave-velocity model for southern Germany

 

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Cream is an emulsion of fat in water; butter is an emulsion of water in fat. The change from cream to butter is termed phase inversion.

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