2012 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Jean Virieux mainly investigates Inversion, Frequency domain, Seismology, Wave propagation and Algorithm. Jean Virieux has included themes like Iterative method, Mathematical optimization, Inverse problem and Optics in his Inversion study. His Frequency domain research integrates issues from Isotropy, Solver, Wavenumber and Anisotropy.
His research integrates issues of Seismic tomography and Crust in his study of Seismology. The various areas that Jean Virieux examines in his Wave propagation study include Mathematical analysis, Finite difference method, Amplitude, Computation and Seismogram. His Algorithm research includes themes of Probabilistic logic, Norm, Relation and Geophysical imaging.
Jean Virieux spends much of his time researching Inversion, Seismology, Mathematical analysis, Algorithm and Frequency domain. His studies deal with areas such as Acoustics, Regional geology, Environmental geology and Geophysical imaging as well as Inversion. The study incorporates disciplines such as Amplitude and Seismic tomography, Tomography in addition to Seismology.
His studies in Mathematical analysis integrate themes in fields like Wave propagation, Cartesian coordinate system and Free surface. He works mostly in the field of Algorithm, limiting it down to topics relating to Inverse problem and, in certain cases, Hessian matrix. His research on Frequency domain also deals with topics like
His main research concerns Inversion, Full waveform, Algorithm, Seismology and Mathematical analysis. His work deals with themes such as Time domain, Wave propagation, Mathematical optimization, Seismic tomography and Attenuation, which intersect with Inversion. Jean Virieux interconnects Surface wave, Geophysics and Regular polygon in the investigation of issues within Full waveform.
His Algorithm study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Regional geology, Geomorphology and Geophysical imaging. His Mathematical analysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Cartesian coordinate system and Inverse. His study explores the link between Tomography and topics such as Geometry that cross with problems in Inverse problem.
Inversion, Algorithm, Mathematical analysis, Computation and Full waveform are his primary areas of study. His study in Inversion is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Wave propagation, Attenuation, Mineralogy and Geophysical imaging. His Algorithm study incorporates themes from Seismic migration, Mathematical optimization and Maxima and minima.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Time domain, Seismic tomography and Cartesian coordinate system. His Full waveform research incorporates elements of Numerical analysis and Truncated Newton method. Jean Virieux focuses mostly in the field of Amplitude, narrowing it down to topics relating to Anisotropy and, in certain cases, Poromechanics and Seismology.
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P-SV wave propagation in heterogeneous media: Velocity‐stress finite‐difference method
An overview of full-waveform inversion in exploration geophysics
Jean Virieux;Stéphane Operto.
SH-wave propagation in heterogeneous media; velocity-stress finite-difference method
Probabilistic Earthquake Location in 3D and Layered Models
Anthony Lomax;Jean Virieux;Philippe Volant;Catherine Berge-Thierry.
Two‐dimensional nonlinear inversion of seismic waveforms: Numerical results
Odile Gauthier;Jean Virieux;Albert Tarantola.
Seismic imaging of complex onshore structures by 2D elastic frequency-domain full-waveform inversion
Romain Brossier;Stéphane Operto;Jean Virieux.
Seismicity, normal faulting, and the geomorphological development of the Gulf of Corinth (Greece): the Corinth earthquakes of February and March 1981
J.A. Jackson;J. Gagnepain;G. Houseman;G.C.P. King.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (1982)
3D finite-difference frequency-domain modeling of visco-acoustic wave propagation using a massively parallel direct solver: A feasibility study
Stéphane Operto;Jean Virieux;Patrick Amestoy;Jean-Yves L’Excellent.
Multiscale imaging of complex structures from multifold wide-aperture seismic data by frequency-domain full-waveform tomography: application to a thrust belt
C. Ravaut;S. Operto;L. Improta;J. Virieux.
Geophysical Journal International (2004)
A guided tour of multiparameter full-waveform inversion with multicomponent data: From theory to practice
S. Operto;Y. Gholami;V. Prieux;A. Ribodetti.
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