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By Barry Saltzman, Renata Dmowska

This sequence presents a venue for longer studies of present advances in geophysics. Written at a degree available to graduate scholars, the articles serve to increase wisdom of assorted fields and will be worthwhile in classes and seminars.

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P /-----~ o /s M' op, FIG. 7. Starting configuration of the BIE method. To describe this approach in the field of seismology we follow Bouchon and Coutant (1994), and we consider SH-waves in the simple configuration shown in Fig. 7. The source of the elastic perturbation is placed at point O of medium M, and it generates at point P a direct wavefield V0(P). The wavefield diffracted in medium M' from interface S, separating M and M', can be described as a radiation generated by secondary sources distributed along the interface.

9 CFP1 .. CFP2 ,. 6 CFP3 , . ,, -",. _= -- CFP4 _ .. ", {3. 4 "'"0. 0 SUM T / ~ i . . / ........ / / SUM \ ...... \ ........................ -. -\ /_~. L. ~ , r 014 - 016 -. . . . " 018 1 (Hz) frequency FIG. 11. Transmission of energy from incident fundamental mode of model C to first five modes of model P. SUM T and SUM are the curves describing the outgoing energy, without and with the inclusion of reflected energy. 6- .......... \ ~ Cl PF SUM T ClP1 SUM ClP2 %. Cl P3 -- - -- ClP4 \ 0, / ---- ____ --.

4 "'"0. 0 SUM T / ~ i . . / ........ / / SUM \ ...... \ ........................ -. -\ /_~. L. ~ , r 014 - 016 -. . . . " 018 1 (Hz) frequency FIG. 11. Transmission of energy from incident fundamental mode of model C to first five modes of model P. SUM T and SUM are the curves describing the outgoing energy, without and with the inclusion of reflected energy. 6- .......... \ ~ Cl PF SUM T ClP1 SUM ClP2 %. Cl P3 -- - -- ClP4 \ 0, / ---- ____ --. 8 1 FIG. 12. Transmission of energy from incident first higher mode of model C to first five modes of model P.

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