author: Phil Bording (bording@csep1.phy.ornl.gov)

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- 1 Introduction to Wave Propagation
- 2 The Modeling Domain and Wave Equations
- 3 First Order Wave Equation
- 4 Wave Equation
- 5 One Dimensional Problem
- 6 Derivative Coefficients
- 7 Seismic Source Function
- 8 Wave Propagation Example
- 9 Stability Condition
- 10 Seismic Modeling in Two Dimensions
- 11 Imaging, Two Dimensions
- 12 Seismic Data Display
- 13 Introduction to Boundary Conditions
- 14 Reflecting Boundaries
- 15 Non-Reflecting Boundaries
- 16 Damping Zone Method
- 17 Seismic Model Codes and Results
- 18 Exercises
- References