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  • ISBN 0133526674
  • ISBN13 978-0133526677
  • Language English
  • Author Enders A Robinson
  • Publisher Prentice-Hall (1986)
  • Pages 481
  • Formats lrf docx lrf mbr
  • Category Engineering
  • Subcategory Engineering
  • Size ePub 1639 kb
  • Size Fb2 1256 kb
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Geophysical signal processing

Geophysical Signal Processing book.

Geophysical Signal Processing book. He then worked in the oil industry both as a geophysicist and as an economist, having received degrees in both field from MIT.

Book Condition: This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside. This book has hardback covers.

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The two main goals of geophysical signal processing are: improvement of the signal-to-noise ratio, and results representation in a convenient manner to facilitate geological and geophysical interpretation.

oceedings{calSP, title {Geophysical signal processing}, author {Enders A. Robinson . Robinson and Tariq S. Durrani and Lloyd G. Peardon}, year {1986} }. Robinson, Tariq S. Durrani, Lloyd G. Peardon. Draws together a number of areas of knowledge to give unified coverage of the subject: the geophysical applications of digital signal processing. The presentation has a strong applications orientation. The coverage connects and unifies several fields, namely wave propagation, digital signal processing, spectral analysis, and computer methods

The last of the 15 chapters gives a detailed mathematical overview.

Geophysical signal analysis is concerned with the detection and a subsequent processing of signals. Any signal which is varying conveys valuable information. Hence to understand the information embedded in such signals, we need to 'detect' and 'extract data' from such quantities. Geophysical signals are of extreme importance to us as they are information bearing signals which carry data related to petroleum deposits beneath the surface and seismic data.

Enders Robinson traces in this issue GAG's history from its earliest days till 1954; here, the story continues with GAG's subsequent evolution until its end in 1957

Enders Robinson traces in this issue GAG's history from its earliest days till 1954; here, the story continues with GAG's subsequent evolution until its end in 1957. It is the author belief that cybernetics should be considered not merely as a program to be carried out in the future, but as an existing science. In this book the author's intention is to express and to exemplify his ideas on cybernetics and to display some of his personal philosophical reflections.