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Alvarez, G., 2006, Attenuation of 2d specularly-reflected multiples in image space: SEP-124.

Biondi, B. and W. Symes, 2003, Wavefield-continuation angle-domain common-image gathers for migration velocity analysis: SEG, 73rd Annual International Meeting., 2104-2107.

Clapp, R. G., P. Sava, and J. F. Claerbout, 1998, Interval velocity estimation with a null-space: SEP-97, 147-156.

Clapp, R. G., 2001, Geologically constrained migration velocity analysis: Ph.D. thesis, Stanford University.

Guitton, A. and W. W. Symes, 1999, Robust and stable velocity analysis using the Huber function: SEP-100, 293-314.

Guitton, A., J. Claerbout, and J. Lomask, 2004, First-order lateral interval velocity estimates without picking: SEP-115, 249-264.

Hampson, D., 1986, Inverse velocity stacking for multiple elimination: J. Can. Soc. Expl. Geophys., 22, no. 01, 44-55.

Harlan, W. S., 1998, A convenient approximation of transverse isotropy for higher-order moveout, prestack time migration, and depth calibration:

Lomask, J. and J. Claerbout, 2002, Flattening without picking: SEP-112, 141-150.

Lomask, J. and A. Guitton, 2006, Flattening with geological constraints: SEP-124.

Lomask, J., 2003, Flattening 3-D data cubes in complex geology: SEP-113, 247-260.

Lomask, J., 2006, Seismic volumetric flattening and segmentation: Ph.D. thesis, Stanford University.

Lumley, D., D. Nichols, and T. Rekdal, 1994, Amplitude-preserved multiple suppression: SEP-82, 25-45.

Symes, W. W. and J. J. Carazzone, 1991, Velocity inversion by differential semblance optimization: Geophysics, 56, no. 5, 654-663.

Toldi, J., 1985, Velocity analysis without picking: SEP-43.

Wolf, K., D. Rosales, A. Guitton, and J. Claerbout, 2004, Robust moveout without velocity picking: SEP-115, 273-282.


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