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Starting from a different argument, Bleistein 1990 proposed
a DMO operator that he derived from a Born approximation for modeling wave
propagation. This new operator, named Born DMO (BDMO), is kinematically
equivalent to Hale's (1984) DMO and Zhang's (1988) DMO and only differs
from each of them by a simple amplitude factor. This new Jacobian
is defined as
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(36) |

Similar to the previous analysis, and recognizing that this Born DMO
is kinematically equivalent to Hale's DMO, the weights for its inverse
are then,
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(37) |

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