Translations:Appendix K: Exercises/29/en

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27. Explain: If prediction distance is increased, the output from predictive deconvolution becomes less spiky. This effect is useful because it allows the bandwidth of deconvolved output to be controlled by adjusting prediction distance. Application of spiking deconvolution to field data is not always desirable because it boosts high-frequency noise in the data. The most prominent effect of the nonunity prediction distance is suppression of the high-frequency end of the spectrum and preservation of the overall spectral shape of the input data. If prediction distance is increased further, then the low-frequency end of the spectrum is affected as well, making the output more band-limited.