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Geosci. Instrum. Method. Data Syst., 6, 71-79, 2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/gi-6-71-2017
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06 Feb 2017
Inversion of residual gravity anomalies using tuned PSO
Ravi Roshan and Upendra Kumar Singh

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A new technique, tuned PSO, is developed for optimal convergence, avoiding traps of local minima and computing the model parameters: amplitude coefficient factor, shape factor and depth. A number of exercises were done to select the PSO learning parameters. The applicability and efficacy of the proposed method is implemented on synthetic and field gravity anomalies. The analysed results were compared with published results by other methods that show a significant agreement with the real model.
A new technique, tuned PSO, is developed for optimal convergence, avoiding traps of local minima...
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