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Paper: Computational Seismic Holography of Transient Seismic Emission from Flares
Volume: 478, Fifty Years of Seismology of the Sun and Stars
Page: 323
Authors: Lindsey, C.; Donea, A.-C.; Martínez Oliveros, J. C.
Abstract: Conceived as an optimal basis for local helioseismology, computational seismic holography applies basic principles of optics to helioseismic signatures of waves that travel through the Sun's interior, including its far hemisphere. Objects of its diagnostic applications include the thermal and magnetic structure of active regions, sources of seismic emission from the quiet Sun, active regions in the Sun's far hemisphere, and transient seismic emission from flares. The monitor of active regions in the Sun's far hemisphere is described by another paper in these proceedings. This paper reviews the application of computational seismic holography as a diagnostic of transient seismic emission from flares.
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