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Asteroseismic Data AnalysisFoundations and Techniques$
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Sarbani Basu and William J. Chaplin

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9780691162928

Published to Princeton Scholarship Online: May 2018

DOI: 10.23943/princeton/9780691162928.001.0001

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Inverting Mode Frequencies

Inverting Mode Frequencies

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(p.297) 10 Inverting Mode Frequencies
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Asteroseismic Data Analysis
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Sarbani Basu

William J. Chaplin

Publisher:
Princeton University Press
DOI:10.23943/princeton/9780691162928.003.0010

This chapter describes inversion techniques. Inversions of frequencies and frequency splittings of other stars are still in their infancy. However, inversions give model-independent estimates of stellar structure. The problem with comparing frequencies led to the development of inversion techniques that allow us to determine the structure of the Sun directly using solar frequencies almost independently of models. Inversions have since become the mainstay of helioseismic studies for several decades. It is not yet a part of the normal repertoire of asteroseismic analysis techniques, but that is likely to change as more precise and larger numbers of mode frequencies are extracted from asteroseismic data.

Keywords:   inversions, inversion techniques, frequency splittings, stellar structure, solar frequencies, mode frequencies

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