LASIF: LArge-scale Seismic Inversion Framework, an updated version

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Authors

Solvi Thrastarson , Dirk-Philip van Herwaarden , Lion Krischer , Andreas Fichtner 

Abstract

Recent methodological advances and increases in computational power have made it feasible to perform full-waveform inversions (FWI) of large domains while using more sources. This trend, along with the increasing availability of seismic data has led to an explosion of the data volumes that can, and should, be used within an inversion. Similar to machine learning problems, the incorporation of more data can result in more robust and higher quality models. In this contribution, we present the new version of LASIF, an open-source LArge-scale Seismic Inversion Framework, which helps to automate many of the historically labor-intensive tasks that were bottlenecks in earlier FWI workflows and prevented the use of the larger datasets. Among other things, the framework automates data selection, data acquisition from public web services, and data processing. It also defines an inversion project structure that organizes the data and documents the progress of the inversion. The code is open-source and available on Github. Features are available through a graphical user interface (GUI), a command-line interface (CLI), and an application programming interface (API). While we will show examples for use of LASIF with the Salvus wave equation solver, the API makes it possible to use the features of LASIF for any type of wave equation solver as long as the LASIF file formats are adhered to.

DOI

https://doi.org/10.31223/X5NC84

Subjects

Geophysics and Seismology, Numerical Analysis and Scientific Computing, Software Engineering

Keywords

Seismology, Software

Dates

Published: 2021-01-07 10:48

Last Updated: 2021-01-07 18:48

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CC BY Attribution 4.0 International

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