Here is the latest snapshot of the book:
pdf.
This is the latest version of the inversion book available on-line.
However, I am busy revising it and will have a new version available by
late September or early October. Among the new features will be
an expanded treatment of frequentist methods of
inference
(click
here
for a tutorial with Luis
Tenorio from Geophysics).
a discussion of imaging and migration versus inversion
(
click here for a paper on this subject to appear later this year.
all new exercises in Scilab. In the first class we will go over a
toy tomography problem.
All students will do a major project
(such as last
year's midterm project on tomography) and one oral presentation
in class about some mutually agreed-upon topic of interest. Homeworks
and lab exercises are FYI.
This semester we will be using a free-ware Matlab-like environment
calledScilab.
If you are familiar with Matlab, you won't have any difficulty with Scilab.
And if you're not, I'll provide all the necessary tutorial information.