# IGUG: A MATLAB package for 3D inversion of gravity data using graph theory

@article{Vatankhah2019IGUGAM, title={IGUG: A MATLAB package for 3D inversion of gravity data using graph theory}, author={Saeed Vatankhah and Vahid Ebrahimzadeh Ardestani and Susan Soodmand Niri and Rosemary Anne Renaut and Hojjat Kabirzadeh}, journal={Comput. Geosci.}, year={2019}, volume={128}, pages={19-29} }

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