- Cerveny, V., Klimes, L. & Psencik, I. (1988):
Complete seismic-ray tracing in three-dimensional structures.
In: Doornbos, D.J. (ed.),
*Seismological Algorithms*, pp. 89-168, Academic Press, New York.

Model with a lenticular inclusion is designed as an example of constructing a velocity model. - Klimes, L. (1995):
Examples of seismic models.
In:
*Seismic Waves in Complex 3-D Structures, Report 3*, Dep. Geophys., Charles Univ., Prague, pp. 5-35, online at "http://sw3d.cz".

Detailed description of the model with a lenticular inclusion and of input data. - Bulant, P. (1996):
Two-point ray tracing in 3-D.
*Pure appl. Geophys.*,**148**, 421-447.

Two-point ray tracing in the model with a lenticular inclusion. - Bulant, P. (1999):
Two-point ray-tracing and controlled initial-value ray-tracing
in 3-D heterogeneous block structures.
*J. seism. Explor.*,**8**, 57-75.

Calculation of two-point diffracted rays in the model with a lenticular inclusion.

- Klimes, L. (1995):
Examples of seismic models.
In:
*Seismic Waves in Complex 3-D Structures, Report 3*, Dep. Geophys., Charles Univ., Prague, pp. 5-35, online at "http://sw3d.cz".

Detailed description of the model with homogeneous layers and of input data.

- Klimes, L. (1995):
Examples of seismic models.
In:
*Seismic Waves in Complex 3-D Structures, Report 3*, Dep. Geophys., Charles Univ., Prague, pp. 5-35, online at "http://sw3d.cz".

Detailed description of salt dome models SD1 and SD2 and of input data.

- Bulant, P. and Klimes, L. (1996):
Examples of seismic models. Part 2.
In:
*Seismic Waves in Complex 3-D Structures, Report 4*, Dep. Geophys., Charles Univ., Prague, pp. 39-52, online at "http://sw3d.cz".

Detailed description of the model with interface slitted by a curved vertical fault and of input data.

- Klimes, L. (1995):
Examples of seismic models.
In:
*Seismic Waves in Complex 3-D Structures, Report 3*, Dep. Geophys., Charles Univ., Prague, pp. 5-35, online at "http://sw3d.cz".

Detailed description of the Western Bohemia a priori model and of input data. - Bulant, P. (1996):
Two-point ray tracing in 3-D.
*Pure appl. Geophys.*,**148**, 421-447.

Two-point ray tracing in the Western Bohemia a priori model.

- Bulant, P. and Klimes, L. (1996):
Examples of seismic models. Part 2.
In:
*Seismic Waves in Complex 3-D Structures, Report 4*, Dep. Geophys., Charles Univ., Prague, pp. 39-52, online at "http://sw3d.cz".

Detailed description of this velocity model and of input data. - Bulant, P. (1999):
Two-point ray-tracing and controlled initial-value ray-tracing
in 3-D heterogeneous block structures.
*J. seism. Explor.*,**8**, 57-75.

Two-point ray tracing in this velocity model.

- Klimes, L. (1996):
Travel times in the INRIA Marmousi models.
In:
*Seismic Waves in Complex 3-D Structures, Report 4*, Dep. Geophys., Charles Univ., Prague, pp. 53-60, online at "http://sw3d.cz".

Ray tracing and calculation of travel times in two continuous INRIA versions of the Marmousi model. Demonstration of ray chaos. - Klimes, L. (2000):
Smoothing the Marmousi model for Gaussian-packet migrations.
In:
*Seismic Waves in Complex 3-D Structures, Report 10*, Dep. Geophys., Charles Univ., Prague, pp. 63-74, online at "http://sw3d.cz".

Preparation of a 2-D velocity model by smoothing the discrete Marmousi model using Sobolev scalar products. - Zacek, K. (2002):
Smoothing the Marmousi model.
*Pure appl. Geophys.*,**159**, 1507-1526.

Preparation of a 2-D velocity model by smoothing the discrete Marmousi model using Sobolev scalar products. - Zacek, K. (2006):
Optimization of the shape of Gaussian beams.
*Stud. geophys. geod.*,**50**, 349-366.

Optimization of the shape of Gaussian beams in the smooth 2-D velocity model. - Zacek, K. (2006):
Decomposition of the wave field into optimized Gaussian packets.
*Stud. geophys. geod.*,**50**, 367-380.

Decomposition of the wave field into optimized Gaussian packets in the smooth 2-D velocity model. - Zacek, K. (2005):
Gaussian packet prestack depth migration.
In:
*Seismic Waves in Complex 3-D Structures, Report 15*, Dep. Geophys., Charles Univ., Prague, pp. 29-48, online at "http://sw3d.cz".

Gaussian packet prestack depth migration with uniform Gaussian packets in the smooth 2-D velocity model. - Bucha, V. (2008):
Gaussian packet prestack depth migration.
Part 2: Optimized Gaussian packets.
In:
*Seismic Waves in Complex 3-D Structures, Report 18*, Dep. Geophys., Charles Univ., Prague, pp. 129-138, online at "http://sw3d.cz".

Gaussian packet prestack depth migration with optimized Gaussian packets in the smooth 2-D velocity model.

- Klimes, L. (1996):
Synthetic seismograms in 2-D model UNCONFORMITY.
In:
*Seismic Waves in Complex 3-D Structures, Report 4*, Dep. Geophys., Charles Univ., Prague, pp. 77-89, online at "http://sw3d.cz".

Ray-theory synthetic seismograms in 2-D model UNCONFORMITY without attenuation and with attenuation. - Cerveny, V., Klimes, L. & Psencik, I. (2007):
Seismic ray method: Recent developments.
*Advances in Geophysics*,**48**, 1-126.

Ray-theory synthetic seismograms in 2-D model UNCONFORMITY without attenuation and with attenuation (Fig. 40). - Bucha, V. and Klimes, L. (1999):
Finite differences above the MODEL package.
In:
*Seismic Waves in Complex 3-D Structures, Report 8*, Dep. Geophys., Charles Univ., Prague, pp. 171-192, online at "http://sw3d.cz".

Comparison of ray-theory and finite-difference synthetic seismograms in 2-D model UNCONFORMITY without attenuation.

- Klimes, L. (1998):
Comparison of ray-matrix and finite-difference methods
in a simple 1-D model.
In:
*Seismic Waves in Complex 3-D Structures, Report 7*, Dep. Geophys., Charles Univ., Prague, pp. 169-180, online at "http://sw3d.cz".

Comparison of ray-matrix and finite-difference synthetic seismograms in simple 1-D model RM. - Cerveny, V., Klimes, L. & Psencik, I. (2007):
Seismic ray method: Recent developments.
*Advances in Geophysics*,**48**, 1-126.

Comparison of ray-matrix and finite-difference synthetic seismograms in simple 1-D model RM (Fig. 41).

- Psencik, I. & Dellinger, J. (2001):
Quasi-shear waves in inhomogeneous weakly anisotropic media
by the quasi-isotropic approach: a model study.
*Geophysics*,**66**, 308-319.

Description of weakly anisotropic model QI (model WA rotated by 45 degrees). Comparison of quasi-isotropic coupling-ray-theory synthetic seismograms and reflectivity synthetic seismograms in weakly anisotropic model QI. - Bulant, P. & Klimes, L. (2002):
Numerical algorithm of the coupling ray theory in weakly anisotropic media.
*Pure appl. Geophys.*,**159**, 1419-1435.

Comparison of coupling-ray-theory synthetic seismograms calculated along isotropic reference rays and quasi-isotropic coupling-ray-theory synthetic seismograms in weakly anisotropic model QI. - Klimes, L. & Bulant, P. (2004):
Errors due to the common ray approximations of the coupling ray theory.
*Stud. geophys. geod.*,**48**, 117-142.

Coupling-ray-theory synthetic seismograms calculated along isotropic reference rays in weakly anisotropic models QI, QI2, QI4. - Bulant, P. & Klimes, L. (2008):
Numerical comparison of the isotropic-common-ray
and anisotropic-common-ray approximations of the coupling ray theory.
*Geophys. J. int.*,**175**, 357-374.

Coupling-ray-theory synthetic seismograms calculated along common S-wave anisotropic reference rays in weakly anisotropic models QI, QI2, QI4. Comparison with coupling-ray-theory synthetic seismograms calculated along isotropic reference rays. - Cerveny, V., Klimes, L. & Psencik, I. (2007):
Seismic ray method: Recent developments.
*Advances in Geophysics*,**48**, 1-126.

Example of development of S-wave splitting with increasing anisotropy in models QIH, QI, QI2, QI4 (Fig. 21). Comparison of quasi-isotropic coupling-ray-theory synthetic seismograms and Chebyshev spectral method synthetic seismograms in weakly anisotropic model QI (Fig. 22).

- Bulant, P. and Klimes, L. (1998):
Computations in the model composed during the 1998 consortium meeting.
In:
*Seismic Waves in Complex 3-D Structures, Report 7*, Dep. Geophys., Charles Univ., Prague, pp. 33-56, online at "http://sw3d.cz".

Construction of the velocity model. Calculation of travel times by interpolation within ray cells. Two-point ray tracing. Ray-theory synthetic seismograms.

- Klimes, L. (2004):
Analytical one-way plane-wave solution
in the 1-D anisotropic "simplified twisted crystal" model.
*Stud. geophys. geod.*,**48**, 75-96. - Bulant, P., Klimes, L., Psencik, I. & Vavrycuk, V. (2004):
Comparison of ray methods with the exact solution in the 1-D anisotropic "simplified twisted crystal" model.
*Stud. geophys. geod.*,**48**, 675-688. - Bulant, P. & Klimes, L. (2004):
Comparison of quasi-isotropic approximations
of the coupling ray theory with the exact solution
in the 1-D anisotropic "oblique twisted crystal" model.
*Stud. geophys. geod.*,**48**, 97-116.

- Klimes, L. & Kvasnicka, M. (1994):
3-D network ray tracing.
*Geophys. J. int.*,**116**, 726-738.

- Klimes, L. (2002):
Correlation functions of random media.
*Pure appl. Geophys.*,**159**, 1811-1831.

Example of the Kummer random medium (Fig. 8). - Cerveny, V., Klimes, L. & Psencik, I. (2007):
Seismic ray method: Recent developments.
*Advances in Geophysics*,**48**, 1-126.

Example of the Kummer random medium (Fig. 38). First-arrival travel times in the 2-D representation of the Kummer random medium (Fig. 39).

- Bulant, P. (2002):
Sobolev scalar products
in the construction of velocity models:
Application to model Hess and to SEG/EAGE Salt Model.
*Pure appl. Geophys.*,**159**, 1487-1506.

Preparation of a 2-D velocity model by smoothing the discrete 2-D model with a salt body using Sobolev scalar products. Calculation of travel times by interpolation within ray cells.

- Klimes, L. & Kvasnicka, M. (1994):
3-D network ray tracing.
*Geophys. J. int.*,**116**, 726-738. - Klimes, L. (1996):
Grid travel-time tracing: second-order method for the first
arrivals in smooth media.
*Pure appl. Geophys.*,**148**, 539-563.

- Bulant, P. (2002):
Sobolev scalar products
in the construction of velocity models:
Application to model Hess and to SEG/EAGE Salt Model.
*Pure appl. Geophys.*,**159**, 1487-1506.

Preparation of a 2-D velocity model by smoothing the discrete 3-D SEG/EAGE Salt Model using Sobolev scalar products. Ray tracing. - Bulant, P. (2004):
Constructing the SEG/EAGE 3-D Salt Model
for ray tracing using Sobolev scalar products.
*Stud. geophys. geod.*,**48**, 689-707.

Preparation of a 2-D velocity model by smoothing the discrete 3-D SEG/EAGE Salt Model using Sobolev scalar products. Ray tracing. - Bucha, V. (2006):
Ray tracing in the smoothed acoustic SEG/EAGE Salt Model.
Part 1: Seismograms.
*J. seism. Explor.*,**15**, 15-24.

Two-point ray tracing and synthetic seismograms in the 3-D velocity model with interfaces. - Bucha, V. (2006):
Ray tracing in the smoothed acoustic SEG/EAGE Salt Model.
Part 2: Maps of reflections.
*J. seism. Explor.*,**15**, 153-164.

Two-point ray tracing, points of reflection and corresponding amplitudes in the 3-D velocity model with interfaces. - Bucha, V. (2006):
Comparison of finite-difference seismograms and ray-theory
travel times in the elastic SEG/EAGE Salt Model.
*J. seism. Explor.*,**15**, 225-239.

Comparison of finite-difference seismograms calculated in the elastic SEG/EAGE Salt Model with travel times calculated in the 3-D velocity model with interfaces.

- Bulant, P. (2001):
Sobolev scalar products in the construction of velocity models -
application to model Hess, to SEG/EAGE Salt Model, and to model Pluto 1.5.
In:
*Seismic Waves in Complex 3-D Structures, Report 11*, Dep. Geophys., Charles Univ., Prague, pp. 133-159.

Preparation of a 2-D velocity model with interfaces by smoothing the discrete 2-D model with salt bodies using Sobolev scalar products. Ray tracing.

- Klimes, L. (2003):
Weak-contrast reflection-transmission coefficients
in a generally anisotropic background.
*Geophysics*,**68**, 2063-2072.

- Klimes, L. (2002):
Correlation functions of random media.
*Pure appl. Geophys.*,**159**, 1811-1831.

Examples of random media (Figs. 2-8).