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Starting from the following coordinate
relationships between a finite-offset data
and its equivalent zero-offset data
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(25) |

After differentiating weight.hale and taking into account a factor
of as scaling for the spatial Fourier transform we can write
jacob2 as
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(26) |

The remaining task reduces to performing the necessary derivatives, and, with
some algebra, one can verify that *H*
reduces to the simple expression Liner and Cohen (1988)
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(27) |

and, therefore, we arrive at the inversion amplitude function
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(28) |

For a detailed derivation, the reader should refer to the original work
of Liner 1988.

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1/18/2001