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Felix J. Herrmann, Ernie Esser, Tristan van Leeuwen, and Bas Peters, “Wavefield Reconstruction Inversion (WRI) – a new take on wave-equation based inversion”, in SEG Workshop on Full Waveform Inversion - Elastic Approaches and Issues with Anisotropy, Nonshallow Inversion, Poor Starting Model; Denver, 2014.
Felix J. Herrmann, “Wavefield Reconstruction Inversion – reaping the benefits from extending the search space”, in SIAM Conference on Mathematical and Computational Issues in the Geosciences, 2015.
Felix J. Herrmann, “Wavefield-Reconstruction Inversion — WRI”, in Inaugural Full-Waveform Inversion Workshop, 2015. Abstract
Rongrong Wang, Ozgur Yilmaz, and Felix J. Herrmann, “Wavefield-denoising and source encoding”, in SIAM Conference on Mathematical and Computational Issues in the Geosciences, 2015.
Felix J. Herrmann and Bas Peters, “Pros and cons of full- and reduced-space methods for Wavefield Reconstruction Inversion”, in SIAM Conference on Mathematical and Computational Issues in the Geosciences, 2015. Abstract
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Haneet Wason, Felix Oghenekohwo, and Felix J. Herrmann, “Randomization and repeatability in time-lapse marine acquisition”, in EAGE Workshop on Land and Ocean Bottom; Broadband Full Azimuth Seismic Surveys; Spain, 2014.
Felix J. Herrmann, Ernie Esser, Tristan van Leeuwen, and Bas Peters, “Wavefield Reconstruction Inversion (WRI) – a new take on wave-equation based inversion”, in SEG Workshop on Full Waveform Inversion - Elastic Approaches and Issues with Anisotropy, Nonshallow Inversion, Poor Starting Model; Denver, 2014.
Felix Oghenekohwo and Felix J. Herrmann, “A new take on compressive time-lapse seismic acquisition, imaging and inversion”, in PIMS Workshop on Advances in Seismic Imaging and Inversion, 2015. Abstract
Felix J. Herrmann, “Imaging/Inversion with irregular/random sampled spatial arrays”, in SEG-AGU Workshop on Advances in Active + Passive "Full Wavefield" Seismic Imaging: From Reservoirs to Plate Tectonics, 2014.
Mengmeng Yang and Felix J. Herrmann, “Time domain sparsity promoting LSRTM with surface-related multiples in shallow-water case”, in SEG Workshop on Multiples: Status, Progress, Challenges and Open issues; Houston, 2017. Abstract
Gilles Hennenfent and Felix J. Herrmann, “Curvelet reconstruction with sparsity-promoting inversion: successes and challenges”, in EAGE Workshop on Curvelets, contourlets, seislets, … in seismic data processing - where are we and where are we going?, 2007. Abstract
Felix J. Herrmann and Bas Peters, “Constraints versus penalties for edge-preserving full-waveform inversion”, in SEG Workshop on Where are we heading with FWI; Dallas, 2016. Abstract
Felix J. Herrmann, “Low-rank based matrix/tensor completions for the "real" (seismic) world”, in Workshop on Sparse Representations, Numerical Linear Algebra, and Optimization; Banff, 2014.
Oscar Lopez, Haneet Wason, Curt Da Silva, Rajiv Kumar, and Felix J. Herrmann, “SVD-free matrix completion in randomized marine acquisition”, in SEG Workshop on Rank-Reduction and Other Sparse Transform Methods with Application to Data Reconstruction, De-Noising, De-Blending and Imaging; New Orleans, 2015. Abstract
Rajiv Kumar, Tristan van Leeuwen, and Felix J. Herrmann, “Efficient WEMVA using extended images”, in SEG Workshop on Advances in Model Building, Imaging, and FWI; Houston, 2013. Abstract
Ernie Esser, Lluís Guasch, and Felix J. Herrmann, “Automatic salt flooding with hinged FWI”, in SEG Workshop on Subsalt model buiding long to short wavelengths; New Orleans, 2015.