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OpenFWI: Large-scale Multi-structural Benchmark Datasets for Full Waveform Inversion
Chengyuan Deng · Shihang Feng · Hanchen Wang · Xitong Zhang · Peng Jin · Yinan Feng · Qili Zeng · Yinpeng Chen · Youzuo Lin

Thu Dec 01 09:00 AM -- 11:00 AM (PST) @ Hall J #1031
Full waveform inversion (FWI) is widely used in geophysics to reconstruct high-resolution velocity maps from seismic data. The recent success of data-driven FWI methods results in a rapidly increasing demand for open datasets to serve the geophysics community. We present OpenFWI, a collection of large-scale multi-structural benchmark datasets, to facilitate diversified, rigorous, and reproducible research on FWI. In particular, OpenFWI consists of $12$ datasets ($2.1$TB in total) synthesized from multiple sources. It encompasses diverse domains in geophysics (interface, fault, CO$_2$ reservoir, etc.), covers different geological subsurface structures (flat, curve, etc.), and contain various amounts of data samples (2K - 67K). It also includes a dataset for 3D FWI. Moreover, we use OpenFWI to perform benchmarking over four deep learning methods, covering both supervised and unsupervised learning regimes. Along with the benchmarks, we implement additional experiments, including physics-driven methods, complexity analysis, generalization study, uncertainty quantification, and so on, to sharpen our understanding of datasets and methods. The studies either provide valuable insights into the datasets and the performance, or uncover their current limitations. We hope OpenFWI supports prospective research on FWI and inspires future open-source efforts on AI for science. All datasets and related information can be accessed through our website at https://openfwi-lanl.github.io/

Author Information

Chengyuan Deng (Rutgers University)
Shihang Feng (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Hanchen Wang (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Xitong Zhang (Michigan State University)
Peng Jin (The Pennsylvania State University)
Yinan Feng (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Qili Zeng (Boston University)
Yinpeng Chen (Microsoft)
Youzuo Lin (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

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