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Authors: Currenti, G.*
Napoli, R.*
Carbone, D.*
Del Negro, C.*
Ganci, G.*
Editors: Cutello, V.; Università di Catania, Italy
Fotia, G.; CRS4, Pula, Italy
Puccio, L.; Università di Messina, Italy
Title: Inverse modeling in geophysical applications
Issue Date: 2006
ISBN: 978-981-270-938-7
Keywords: Geophysical inversion
Potential Field
Mount Etna
Abstract: The interpretation of the potential ¯eld data is an useful tool that allows for both investigating the subsurface structures and providing a quantitative evalu- ation of the geophysical process preceding and accompanying period of volcanic unrest. Potential ¯eld inversion problem are required to combine forward mod- els with appropriate optimization algorithms and automatically ¯nd the best set of parameters that well matches the available observations. Indeed, investi- gations on the mathematical equations to be inverted, have revealed that these models are ill-posed and highly non-linear. Numerical methods for modeling potential ¯eld observations are proposed and applied on real dataset.
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