Valentine, Andrew; Trampert, Jeannot
Whenever a geophysical image is to be constructed, a variety of choices must be made. Some, such as those governing data selection and processing, or model parametrization, are somewhat arbitrary: there may be little reason to prefer one choice over another. Others, such as defining the theoretical framework within which the data are to be explained, may be more straightforward: typically, an ‘exact’ theory exists, but various approximations may need to be adopted in order to make the imaging...[Show more]
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