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<b>1</b>. A composite record made by combining traces from different records. See ''common-midpoint stack, diversity stack, uphole stack'', and [[Dictionary:vertical_stack|''vertical stack'']]. Stacking also involves filtering because of timing errors or waveshape differences among the elements being stacked; see Figure [[Dictionary:Fig_S-20|S-20]]. <b>2</b>. Combining a number of time-domain transient electromagnetic signals. <b>3</b>. A computer buffer operated on a last-in first-out basis.
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<b>1</b>. A composite record made by combining traces from different records. See ''common-midpoint stack, diversity stack, uphole stack'', and [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:vertical_stack|''vertical stack'']]. Stacking also involves filtering because of timing errors or waveshape differences among the elements being stacked; see Figure [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_S-20|S-20]]. <b>2</b>. Combining a number of time-domain transient electromagnetic signals. <b>3</b>. A computer buffer operated on a last-in first-out basis.
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1. A composite record made by combining traces from different records. See common-midpoint stack, diversity stack, uphole stack, and vertical stack. Stacking also involves filtering because of timing errors or waveshape differences among the elements being stacked; see Figure S-20. 2. Combining a number of time-domain transient electromagnetic signals. 3. A computer buffer operated on a last-in first-out basis.