The effects of the finite size source (described by the last three terms in the right-hand side of Equation 12 for intermediate time values) depend on the anisotropy parameter in such a way that for a > 1(a < 1), these corrections are smaller (larger) than those in the isotropic case (a = 1).
What does AP stand for?
AP stands for Anisotropy Parameter
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Some describe algorithm development, and others deal with issues of parameter estimation, that is, updating models for velocity and anisotropy parameters, so both processing specialists and interpretation geoscientists are likely to find discussions of interest.
x] for different values of the plastic anisotropy parameter R are plotted.