We consider the coefficient inverse problem for the first-order hyperbolic system, which describes the propagation of the 2D acoustic waves in a heterogeneous medium. We recover both the denstity of the medium and the speed of sound by using a finite number of data measurements. We use the second-order MUSCL-Hancock scheme to solve the direct and adjoint problems, and apply optimization scheme to the coefficient inverse problem. The obtained functional is minimized by using the gradient-based approach. We consider different variations of the method in order to obtain the better accuracy and stability of the appoach and present the results of numerical experiments.
- Density reconstruction
- First-order hyperbolic system
- Godunov method
- Gradient descent method
- Inverse problem
- Speed of sound reconstruction
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