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 **Downloads** **Downloads**
-  * Thesis [[http://sepwww.stanford.edu/data/media/public/sep/joseph29/pdfs/thesis/thesis_jjennings.pdf|pdf]]+  * Thesis [[https://web.stanford.edu/~joseph29/JJennings_thesis.pdf|pdf]]
  
 **Table of contents** **Table of contents**
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 The use of both the physical (midpoint and depth) and the offset/angle The use of both the physical (midpoint and depth) and the offset/angle
 axes of seismic images during seismic image-focusing analysis enables axes of seismic images during seismic image-focusing analysis enables
-a robust assessment of the errors within the migration velocity model.  +a robust assessment of the errors within the migration velocity model. 
-In fact, the use of the focusing information from all axes of the seismic image+In fact, the use of the focusing information from all axes of the seismic image 
 is crucial for imaging scenarios in which the subsurface is poorly illuminated. is crucial for imaging scenarios in which the subsurface is poorly illuminated.
 However, while the curvature information provided within the offset/angle However, while the curvature information provided within the offset/angle
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 **Defense**\\ **Defense**\\
-[[http://sepwww.stanford.edu/data/media/public/docs/sep186/JJennings_defense.pdf |Defense presentation]]\\+[[https://web.stanford.edu/~joseph29/JJennings_thesis_defense.pdf |Defense presentation]]\\
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