Unification of Euler and Werner deconvolution in three dimensions via the generalized Hilbert transform

@article{Nabighian2001UnificationOE,
  title={Unification of Euler and Werner deconvolution in three dimensions via the generalized Hilbert transform},
  author={Misac N. Nabighian and Richard O. Hansen},
  journal={Geophysics},
  year={2001},
  volume={66},
  pages={1805-1810}
}
The extended Euler deconvolution algorithm is shown to be a generalization and unification of 2-D Euler deconvolution and Werner deconvolution. After recasting the extended Euler algorithm in a way that suggests a natural generalization to three dimensions, we show that the 3-D extension can be realized using generalized Hilbert transforms. The resulting algorithm is both a generalization of extended Euler deconvolution to three dimensions and a 3-D extension of Werner deconvolution. At a… 
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