Introductory Geophysical Inverse Theory
by J.A. Scales, M.L. Smith, S. Treitel
Publisher: Samizdat Press 2001
Number of pages: 208
Inverse Theory is concerned with the problem of making inferences about physical systems from data (usually remotely sensed). This course is an introduction to some of the balkanized family of techniques and philosophies that reside under the umbrella of inverse theory.
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