Chris Stolk
Member of
The Rice Inversion Project
for study of inverse problems in exploration seismology
Currently postdoc at the Ecole Polytechnique, address:
Centre de Mathematiques
Ecole Polytechnique
91128 Palaiseau Cedex
France
Email: stolk@math.polytechnique.fr
Publications and preprints
(Updated May 2003)
 C. C. Stolk and M. V. de Hoop

Seismic inverse scattering in the `waveequation' approach

The Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, Preprint 2001047, 17 pages,
(dvi
and psfiles,
updated versions :
pdffile,
psfile).
 P. Shen, W. W. Symes and C. C. Stolk

Differential semblance velocity analysis by waveequation migration

To appear in 73r Annual Meeting, Society of Exploration Geophysicists,
Tulsa, Oklahoma, 2002,
(pdffile).
 C. C. Stolk and W. W. Symes

Kinematic artifacts in Prestack Depth Migration

To appear in Geophysics
(pdffile).
 C. C. Stolk and W. W. Symes

Smooth objective functionals for seismic velocity inversion

Inverse Problems 19 (1), 2003, pp. 7389.
 C. C. Stolk and W. W. Symes

Artifacts in Kirchhoff common image gathers

72nd Annual Meeting, Society of Exploration Geophysicists, Tulsa,
Oklahoma, 2002, pp. 11291132.
 C. C. Stolk

Microlocal analysis of the scattering angle transform

Communications in Partial Differential Equations 27 (9 & 10), 2002,
pp. 18791900.
 C. C. Stolk

On the stationary points of the seismic reflection tomography and differential
semblance functionals in laterally homogeneous media

Inverse Problems 18 (1), 2002, pp. 253264.
 C. C. Stolk and M. V. de Hoop

Microlocal analysis of the seismic inverse scattering problem in
anisotropic elastic media

Communications on Pure and Applied Mathematics 55 (3), 2002, pp. 261301.

 C. C. Stolk

Microlocal analysis of a seismic linearized inverse problem

Wave Motion 32, 2000, 267290.

 C. C. Stolk and M. V. de Hoop

Microlocal analysis of elastic inversion for reflectivity

Proceedings of the conference Waves 2000, Spain, July 1014, 2000,
pp. 987991.

 C. C. Stolk

On the modeling and inversion of seismic data

PhD Thesis, Utrecht University, December 2000, 139 pages,
(psfile,
(pdffile).