Focusing geophysical inversion images

@article{Portniaguine1999FocusingGI,
  title={Focusing geophysical inversion images},
  author={Oleg Portniaguine and Michael S. Zhdanov},
  journal={Geophysics},
  year={1999},
  volume={64},
  pages={874-887}
}
A critical problem in inversion of geophysical data is developing a stable inverse problem solution that can simultaneously resolve complicated geological structures. The traditional way to obtain a stable solution is based on maximum smoothness criteria. This approach, however, provides smoothed unfocused images of real geoelectrical structures. Recently, a new approach to reconstruction of images has been developed based on a total variational stabilizing functional. However, in geophysical… 

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