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Modelling Seismic Wave Propagation for Geophysical Imaging

By Jean Virieux, Vincent Etienne, Victor Cruz-Atienza, Romain Brossier, Emmanuel Chaljub, Olivier Coutant, Stéphane Garambois, Diego Mercerat, Vincent Prieux, Stéphane Operto, Alessandra Ribodetti and Josué Tago

Submitted: March 16th 2011Reviewed: July 28th 2011Published: January 25th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/30219

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Jean Virieux, Vincent Etienne, Victor Cruz-Atienza, Romain Brossier, Emmanuel Chaljub, Olivier Coutant, Stéphane Garambois, Diego Mercerat, Vincent Prieux, Stéphane Operto, Alessandra Ribodetti and Josué Tago (January 25th 2012). Modelling Seismic Wave Propagation for Geophysical Imaging, Seismic Waves - Research and Analysis, Masaki Kanao, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/30219. Available from:

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