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Reflectivity Method
Copyright 1990 by Joachim Ungerer
Modifcations:
Copyright 1997, 2010 by Thomas Forbriger
This program calculates synthetic seismograms using the reflectivity
method. The solution contains the full wavefield including far- and
nearfield for a moment tensor point source. The original code comes
from J. Ungerer (refseis.f 1990). It was changed and supplemented by
T. Forbriger (refmet.f 1997).
Ungerer, J., 1990.
Berechnung von Nahfeldseismogrammen mit der Reflektivit"atsmethode,
Diplomarbeit, Institut f"ur Geophysik der Universit"at Stuttgart.
Müller, G., 1985.
The reflectivity method: a tutorial, J. Geophys., 58, 153-174.
Fuchs, K. and Müller, G., 1971.
Computation of Synthetic Seismograms with the Reflectivity Method and
Comparison with Observations. Geophys. J. R. astr. Soc., 23(4), 417-433.
The reflectivity code by Joachim Ungerer
is put into the public domain by Erhard Wielandt:
http://www.software-for-seismometry.de/software/refseis/
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