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Image source detection for geoacoustic inversion by the Teager-Kaiser energy operatora)
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This letter presents an improvement of the image source method for geoacoustic inversion. The algorithm is based on the Teager-Kaiser energy operator which amplifies the discontinuities in signals while the soft transitions are reduced. This property is exploited for accurate detection of time arrivals and thus for location of the image sources. The effectiveness of the method is shown on both synthetic and real data and the inversion results are, overall, in good agreement with ground truth and other inversion results with a significant reduction of computation time.
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