- 1.
- Smoothly varying surfaces are regularized with recursive helical smoothers based on the tension-spline theory.
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- The local plane-wave model is often suitable for characterizing different kinds of seismic data. Such data are successfully regularized with plane-wave destructor filters.
- 3.
- Seismic reflection data exhibit additional degrees of predictability because of multiple coverage. They can be regularized with finite-difference offset continuation filters. Among the three methods being discussed, the offset continuation approach is the most innovative. The theory behind it is explained in Chapter .

- Regularizing smooth data with splines in tension
- Regularizing local plane waves with plane-wave destructor filters
- Regularizing reflection seismic data with offset continuation
- Conclusions
- Acknowledgments

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