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Jacobs (1982) compares various imaging methods for shot-profile migration. He shows that the deconvolution imaging condition
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is stable. The same imaging condition was used by Lee et al. (1991) in split-step migration.
Since we are only interested in the zero-time lag,
the reflection strength can be computed as

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where is the Nyquist frequency.

An advantage of working in the Fourier domain is that the problem does not need to be stated as an inversion problem.

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