Signal-noise ratio of adaptive geophysical studies
Keywords:adaptive research, the spectrum of the signal-to-noise ratio, optimal filters, deconvolution, functionals
AbstractSpectrum of signal-noise ratio is a conclusive and ultimate factor of adaptive technology of geo-physical and particularly seismic studies and thereafter it is specialized example of universal twofold deterministic-stochastic index of adaptive approximation of physical actuality to their principally unachievable mathematical ideals.
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