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Estimating resolution of electromagnetic methods

, : Estimating resolution of electromagnetic methods. Russian Geology and Geophysics 47(5): 568-578

A new method for estimating the quality of geoelectrical data inversion implies formalization of the concepts for horizontal and vertical resolution and equivalence. Various aspects of the suggested approach are illustrated by examples.


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