Hole's Code

Hole's Code SAW v0.1

A semantic abstract workflow to describe the process referred to as Hole's Code. Hole's Code is a non-linear tomography inversion procedure and a finite-difference calculation that uses observed travel-times of seismic waves to contruct velocity models of the Earth's crust.

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tomography
seismology
velocity model
Hole
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Ivan Gris

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Student
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Ivan is a Computer Science student at the University of Texas at El Paso. He is currently working on a computer visualization project under the direction of Dr. Rodrigo Romero.

Julio C. Olaya

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PhD Student
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Julio is a PhD student in Computer Science at the University of Texas at El Paso. He is currently working under the supervision of Dr. Rodrigo Romero.

Hole's code - CyberShARE version - run 0.01

PML justification for the Hole's code version.

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Hole's Code Interview with Randy Keller

Audio of Dr. Randy Keller interview with the CS4310, fall 2004-spring 2005, software engineering group.

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Randy Keller
Hole's Code
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Hole's Code SRS

The purpose of this Software Requirements Specification (SRS) document is to present a clear and precise description of the functionality of the three-dimensional seismic travel time tomography modeling system, called SeismicT3, and to eliminate ambiguities and misunderstandings that may exist. For the customer, the SRS explains all functions that the software should perform. For the developer, it is a reference point during software design, implementation and maintenance.

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Jan 1 2005 (All day)
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other
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software engineering
software requirements specification
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Kate C. Miller

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Dean of the College of Geosciences
Professor
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Dr. Miller's research focuses primarily on the application of active source seismology to the origin and evolution of the continental lithosphere.

Randy Keller

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Professor
Edward Lamb McCollough Chair
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Dr. Keller is a professor and chair of the ConocoPhillips School of Geology and Geophysics at the University of Oklahoma. His research interests include Geophysics, Structure and Evolution of the Lithosphere from basins to the upper mantle, and Geoinformatics.

Vladik Kreinovich

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Principal Investigator
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Professor Kreinovich's main interests are representation and processing of uncertainty, especially interval computations and intelligent control.

Seismic Tomography Algorithm

This presentation describesthe generalities of the Seismic Tomography Algorithm referred to as Hole's Code, it gives a status of the current implementation, and posts some research questions.

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Hole's Code
Seismology
Tomography
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