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  • ...y:time-distance_curve_(T-X_curve)|''time-distance curves'']] (q.v.). For a discussion of the factors affecting seismic velocity, see Sheriff and Geldart (1995, 1
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  • discussion of these conventions.
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  • ...the same as the constant vector <math> w_j </math> defined in the previous discussion. This
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  • As in the previous discussion, we deform the contour of integration to create a real-valued integral alo
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  • ...aul A. M. Dirac, but the necessity of such an object was alluded to in the discussion of
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  • ...an be one or the other, but not both (zero crossings are omitted from this discussion). If the waveform onset type does vary, as in this example, the unconformit
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  • ...orbit was not known as accurately as it is today, so for the sake of this discussion, we use the modern figure of 300,000,000 km.
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  • ...l:MyLanguage/frequency|frequency]] is <math>\omega </math>, which for this discussion, we take to be an intrinsically positive number. The cyclical [[Special:MyL
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  • ...ial:MyLanguage/minimum delay|minimum delay]] and maximum delay. A thorough discussion of these concepts is given in Chapter 7. A wavelet is said to be a ''minimu
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  • ...m delay and its relationship to feedback. At this point, let us expand our discussion about minimum delay and its relationship to feedback systems. For example,
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  • ...tween time-domain and frequency-domain filtering. Before doing so, a brief discussion of simple harmonic motion is in order.
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  • Our present discussion has been concerned primarily with the underlying principles of digital filt
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  • Recall our discussion in Chapter 4, in which we mentioned the three types of wavelets: ''causal''
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  • ...on to determine the system’s frequency function. Now we will extend this discussion and give more applications. The time functions in question will be [[Specia
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  • ...ve different conventions with respect to the ''z''-transform (see also the discussion in Chapter 6). Let <math>h_0, h_{{\rm l}}, h_{2}, \dots</math> be the impul
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  • ...ve different conventions with respect to the ''z''-transform (see also the discussion in Chapter 6). Let <math>h_0, h_{{\rm l}}, h_{2}, \dots</math> be the impul
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  • ...In a 3D earth, the waves travel in all directions, but to keep the present discussion simple, we consider the case of only vertically upgoing waves and verticall
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  • ...iplies the amplitude spectrum of the signal by a constant factor. For this discussion, let us assume that all phase-shift systems are normalized.
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  • For further discussion, see Robinson (1954<ref name=ch10r18>Robinson, E. A., 1954, Predictive deco
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  • In [[:Category:Wavelet Processing - Chapter 9|Chapter 9]], in our discussion of equations {{EquationNote|28}} and {{EquationNote|29}} of that chapter, w
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