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5th Joint Meeting
Acoustical Society of America and Acoustical Society of Japan
Honolulu, Hawaii
28 Nov. - 2 Dec. 2016

 

 

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The Acoustical Society of America (ASA) is again facilitating remote participation by members in some technical sessions and committee meetings to be held at the upcoming Honolulu meeting (28 November-2 December 2016). ASA is offering this service specifically for members who are unable to attend the meeting in person, thereby broadening access to meeting content.

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This paper develops an inversion method for the seabed transition layer at the water-sediment interface, often found in muddy sediments, which provides density and sound-speed profiles that were previously not resolvable. The resolution improvements are achieved by introducing a parametrization that captures general depth-dependent gradients in geoacoustic parameters with a small number of parameters. In particular, the gradients are represented by a sum of Bernstein basis functions, weighted by unknown...

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