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  List of Accepted Contributions - SM7 Testing Current Approaches to Inversion for Earth Structure and Earthquake Sources: Resolution, Robustness and Reliability

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Smaglichenko, T.A.
New differentiated approach for seismic tomography

Svenningsen, L.; Jacobsen, B.H.
Improving linearity and uniqueness in seismological receiver function inversion

Ruzek, R
ANNO - a powerful tool for solving non-linear equations

Bodin, T.; Maupin, V.; Pedersen, H.A.
Testing the resolution of surface wave velocity measurements over small-aperture arrays

Loris, I.; Nolet, G.; Daubechies, I.; Dahlen, F.A.
Tomographic inversion using L1-norm regularization of wavelet coefficients

Jacobsen, B.H.
Identifying adverse effects of wrong sensitivity kernels in tomographic inversion

Monelli, D.; Mai, P.M.
Bayesian estimation of kinematic earthquake source parameters through non-linear inversion of strong motion data

Monelli, D.; Mai, P. M.
The 2000 Western Tottori earthquake source imaged through inversion of strong motion data

Boschi, L.; Fry, B.; Peter, D.; Ekstrom, G.; Giardini, D.
Towards higher Resolution Tomography at the global and regional Scales

Dębski, W.
Inverse theory: from least squares optimization to Monte Carlo sampling

Qin, Y; Capdeville, Y; Maupin, V; Montagner, J; Boschi, L
Inversion of SPICE benchmark dataset and test of global tomographic models

Uchide, T.; Ide, S.
Multi-scale Slip Inversion -- Development and Application

Aochi, H.; Salichon, J.; Lemoine, A.
Validation of teleseismic inversion of the 2004 Les Saintes, Lesser Antilles, earthquake (Mw6.3) from 3D FD forward modeling

Buehler, J.S.; Mai, P.M.; Jonsson, S.
Source-modelling of the 2003 Bam earthquake using multiple data sets

Deuss, A.; Woodhouse, J.H.
Long-period mantle structure from Earth's free oscillation spectra

Mai, P.M.; Monelli, D. ; Festa, G.; Francois-Holden, C. ; Burjanek, J.; Di Carli, S.; Delouis, B.; Zahradnik, J.; Ampuero, J-.P.; Madariaga, R.
Source-inversion blindtest: initial results and further developments

Francois-Holden, C
Nonlinear kinematic inversion applied to the SPICE blindtest on kinematic source inversion

Kammann, P.
A new Multiscale Method for Earth Structure Determination from normal Mode Splitting

Benetatos, C.; Dreger, D.; Kiratzi, A.
Synthetic tests to explore the resolution of slip models obtained from the inversion of teleseismic waveforms: complex and segmented rupture of the 14 August 2003, Mw6.2 Lefkada (Ionian Islands) earthquake

Lebedev, S.
Benchmarking tomographic techniques with SPICE synthetic datasets and the validation and testing of the Automated Multimode Inversion (AMI)

Monteiller, V.; Valette, B.
Tomography by travel time analysis : a multiscale approach

Delouis, B.; Vallée, M.; Cruz-Atienza, V.
The Mw=6.3 Saintes earthquake (West Indies) : source kinematics determination and uncertainties in a poorly known crustal structure

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