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The Fourier-domain ratio of a wave seen at *B*
divided by a wave seen at *A*
can be regarded as a filter.
The propagation velocity is the distance from *A* to *B*
divided by the delay.
There are at least two ways to *define* the delay, however.

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10/21/1998