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Specifically, von Tscharner and Goepfert  created a parametric spectral decomposition procedure in which the EMG wavelet spectrum is decomposed into a set of generating spectra (g_spectra).
Ueberhuber, Spectral decomposition of real circulant matrices, Linear Algebra and Its Applications, 367(2003), 301-311.
1999), spectral decomposition using discrete Fourier transform (DFT) becoming a powerful technique for mapping thickness and geological discontinuity.
V[SIGMA]W*], called the SV-normal estimator, which, in essence, measures how close the given SVD is to directly defining a spectral decomposition.
So far, a variety of approaches have been employed to translate a soil's spectral pattern to a quantified soil nutrient: curve shape and spectral decomposition (e.
This example clearly illustrates the need for spectral decomposition of the observed peak in order to derive accurate intensities as previously discussed by Remond et al.
Add to these aspects the reflections of the space and its occupants, and other fleeting and unpredictable effects (optical distortions, spectral decomposition of light), and the objects seemed, as we observed them, to break off from themselves in order to become, like alephs, figures of the inexhaustible variety of the visible.
Workflows for unconventional interpretation that will be demonstrated include silt layer delineation in shale using Spectral Decomposition, shale target facies mapping using neural network waveform correlation, shale fracture pattern correlation for optimal horizontal well placement, microseismic data analysis and bi-wing hydraulic fracture modeling for shale.