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Claerbout, J. F., 1994, Applications of Three-Dimensional Filtering: Stanford Exploration Project.

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Fomel, S., 1996, Least-square inversion with inexact adjoints. Method of conjugate directions: A tutorial: SEP-92, 253-265.

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