Abstract

The migration, imaging, or inversion of wide-aperture cross-hole data depends on the ability to model wave propagation in complex media for multiple source positions. Computational costs can be considerably reduced in frequency-domain imaging by modeling the frequency-domain steady-state equations, rather than the time-domain equations of motion. I develop a frequency-domain approach in this note that is competitive with time-domain modeling when solutions for multiple sources are required or when only a limited number of frequency components of the solution are required.

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