Geomathematically Oriented Potential Theory

Geomathematically Oriented Potential Theory by Willi Freeden
Publisher : CRC Press
Release : 2012-10-30
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As the Earth`s surface deviates from its spherical shape by less than 0.4 percent of its radius and today's satellite missions collect their gravitational and magnetic data on nearly spherical orbits, sphere-oriented mathematical methods and tools play important roles in studying the Earth's gravitational and magnetic field. Geomathematically Orien

Geomathematics

Geomathematics by Volker Michel
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
Release : 2022-03-31
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A comprehensive summary of the fundamental mathematical principles behind key topics in geophysics and geodesy. Each section begins with a problem in gravimetry, geomagnetics or seismology and analyses its mathematical features. With each chapter ending with a series of review questions, this is a valuable reference for students and researchers.

An Invitation to Geomathematics

An Invitation to Geomathematics by Willi Freeden
Publisher : Springer
Release : 2019-05-17
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The authors introduce geomathematics as an active research area to a wider audience. Chapter 1 presents an introduction to the Earth as a system to apply scientific methods. Emphasis is laid on transfers from virtual models to reality and vice versa. In the second chapter geomathematics is introduced as a new scientific area which nevertheless has its roots in antiquity. The modern conception of geomathematics is outlined from different points of view and its challenging nature is described as well as its interdisciplinarity. Geomathematics is shown as the bridge between the real world and the virtual world. The complex mathematical tools are shown from a variety of fields necessary to tackle geoscientific problems in the mathematical language. Chapter 3 contains some exemplary applications as novel exploration methods. Particular importance is laid on the change of language when it comes to translate measurements to mathematical models. New solution methods like the multiscale mollifier technique are presented. Further applications discussed are aspects of reflection seismics. Chapter 4 is devoted to the short description of recent activities in geomathematics. The Appendix (Chapter 5) is devoted to the GEM – International Journal on Geomathematics founded ten years ago. Besides a detailed structural analysis of the editorial goals an index of all papers published in former issues is given.

Handbook of Mathematical Geodesy

Handbook of Mathematical Geodesy by Willi Freeden
Publisher : Birkhäuser
Release : 2018-06-11
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Written by leading experts, this book provides a clear and comprehensive survey of the “status quo” of the interrelating process and cross-fertilization of structures and methods in mathematical geodesy. Starting with a foundation of functional analysis, potential theory, constructive approximation, special function theory, and inverse problems, readers are subsequently introduced to today’s least squares approximation, spherical harmonics reflected spline and wavelet concepts, boundary value problems, Runge-Walsh framework, geodetic observables, geoidal modeling, ill-posed problems and regularizations, inverse gravimetry, and satellite gravity gradiometry. All chapters are self-contained and can be studied individually, making the book an ideal resource for both graduate students and active researchers who want to acquaint themselves with the mathematical aspects of modern geodesy.

Integration and Cubature Methods

Integration and Cubature Methods by Willi Freeden
Publisher : CRC Press
Release : 2017-11-22
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In industry and economics, the most common solutions of partial differential equations involving multivariate numerical integration over cuboids include techniques of iterated one-dimensional approximate integration. In geosciences, however, the integrals are extended over potato-like volumes (such as the ball, ellipsoid, geoid, or the Earth) and their boundary surfaces which require specific multi-variate approximate integration methods. Integration and Cubature Methods: A Geomathematically Oriented Course provides a basic foundation for students, researchers, and practitioners interested in precisely these areas, as well as breaking new ground in integration and cubature in geomathematics.

Recent Applications of Harmonic Analysis to Function Spaces, Differential Equations, and Data Science

Recent Applications of Harmonic Analysis to Function Spaces, Differential Equations, and Data Science by Isaac Pesenson
Publisher : Birkhäuser
Release : 2017-08-09
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The second of a two volume set on novel methods in harmonic analysis, this book draws on a number of original research and survey papers from well-known specialists detailing the latest innovations and recently discovered links between various fields. Along with many deep theoretical results, these volumes contain numerous applications to problems in signal processing, medical imaging, geodesy, statistics, and data science. The chapters within cover an impressive range of ideas from both traditional and modern harmonic analysis, such as: the Fourier transform, Shannon sampling, frames, wavelets, functions on Euclidean spaces, analysis on function spaces of Riemannian and sub-Riemannian manifolds, Fourier analysis on manifolds and Lie groups, analysis on combinatorial graphs, sheaves, co-sheaves, and persistent homologies on topological spaces. Volume II is organized around the theme of recent applications of harmonic analysis to function spaces, differential equations, and data science, covering topics such as: The classical Fourier transform, the non-linear Fourier transform (FBI transform), cardinal sampling series and translation invariant linear systems. Recent results concerning harmonic analysis on non-Euclidean spaces such as graphs and partially ordered sets. Applications of harmonic analysis to data science and statistics Boundary-value problems for PDE's including the Runge–Walsh theorem for the oblique derivative problem of physical geodesy.

Decorrelative Mollifier Gravimetry

Decorrelative Mollifier Gravimetry by Willi Freeden
Publisher : Springer Nature
Release : 2021-05-12
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This monograph presents the geoscientific context arising in decorrelative gravitational exploration to determine the mass density distribution inside the Earth. First, an insight into the current state of research is given by reducing gravimetry to mathematically accessible, and thus calculable, decorrelated models. In this way, the various unresolved questions and problems of gravimetry are made available to a broad scientific audience and the exploration industry. New theoretical developments will be given, and innovative ways of modeling geologic layers and faults by mollifier regularization techniques are shown. This book is dedicated to surface as well as volume geology with potential data primarily of terrestrial origin. For deep geology, the geomathematical decorrelation methods are to be designed in such a way that depth information (e.g., in boreholes) may be canonically entered. Bridging several different geo-disciplines, this book leads in a cycle from the potential measurements made by geoengineers, to the cleansing of data by geophysicists and geoengineers, to the subsequent theory and model formation, computer-based implementation, and numerical calculation and simulations made by geomathematicians, to interpretation by geologists, and, if necessary, back. It therefore spans the spectrum from geoengineering, especially geodesy, via geophysics to geomathematics and geology, and back. Using the German Saarland area for methodological tests, important new fields of application are opened, particularly for regions with mining-related cavities or dense development in today's geo-exploration.

IX Hotine-Marussi Symposium on Mathematical Geodesy

IX Hotine-Marussi Symposium on Mathematical Geodesy by Pavel Novák
Publisher : Springer Nature
Release : 2020-09-16
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This volume gathers the proceedings of the IX Hotine-Marussi Symposium on Mathematical Geodesy, which was held from 18 to 22 June 2018 at the Faculty of Civil and Industrial Engineering, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy. Since 2006, the Hotine-Marussi Symposia series has been produced under the auspices of the Inter-Commission Committee on Theory (ICCT) within the International Association of Geodesy (IAG). The ICCT has organized the last four Hotine-Marussi Symposia, held in Wuhan (2006) and Rome (2009, 2013 and 2018). The overall goal of the ICCT and Hotine-Marussi Symposia has always been to advance geodetic theory, as reflected in the 25 peer-reviewed research articles presented here. The IX Hotine-Marussi Symposium was divided into 10 topical sessions covering all aspects of geodetic theory including reference frames, gravity field modelling, adjustment theory, atmosphere, time series analysis and advanced numerical methods. In total 118 participants attended the Symposium and delivered 82 oral and 37 poster presentations. During a special session at the Accademia Nazionale deiLincei, the oldest scientific academy in the world, six invited speakers discussed interactions of geodesy with oceanography, glaciology, atmospheric research, mathematics, Earth science and seismology.

Spherical Sampling

Spherical Sampling by Willi Freeden
Publisher : Birkhäuser
Release : 2018-05-03
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This book presents, in a consistent and unified overview, results and developments in the field of today ́s spherical sampling, particularly arising in mathematical geosciences. Although the book often refers to original contributions, the authors made them accessible to (graduate) students and scientists not only from mathematics but also from geosciences and geoengineering. Building a library of topics in spherical sampling theory it shows how advances in this theory lead to new discoveries in mathematical, geodetic, geophysical as well as other scientific branches like neuro-medicine. A must-to-read for everybody working in the area of spherical sampling.

Inverse Magnetometry

Inverse Magnetometry by Christian Blick
Publisher : Springer Nature
Release : 2021-09-08
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This monograph presents the geoscientific context arising in decorrelative geomagnetic exploration. First, an insight into the current state of research is given by reducing magnetometry to mathematically accessible, and thus calculable, decorrelated models. In this way, various questions and problems of magnetometry are made available to a broad scientific audience and the exploration industry. New stimuli are given, and innovative ways of modeling geologic strata by mollifier magnetometric techniques are shown. Potential data sets primarily of terrestrial origin constitute the main data basis in the book. For deep geology, the geomathematical decorrelation methods are designed in such a way that depth information (e.g., in boreholes) may be canonically entered. Overall, this book provides pioneering and ground-breaking innovative mathematical knowledge as a transfer methodology from the “reality space” of magnetometric measurements into the “virtual space” of mathematical-numerical modeling structures and mollifier solutions with novel geological application areas. It pursues a double goal: On the one hand, it represents a geoscientific set of rules for today's geoengineering, interested in the application of innovative modelling and simulation techniques to promising data sets and structures occurring in geomagnetics. On the other hand, the book serves as a collection of current material in Applied Mathematics to offer alternative methodologies in the theory of inverse problems.