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3-D RMO WEMVA method

We first review the rationale and key derivations of our RMO WEMVA theory in the 2-D case, and then present the 3-D generalization to the theory by making analogies. Practical experience indicates that slowness is a better parameterization than velocity. For clarity, the model space is parameterized as slowness unless otherwise specified.