Geophysical Application for Splines
This chapter discussed the application of splines. It has mentioned the use of developed algorithms and software for processing of geophysical signals. It showed and discussed the splines’ simulations of approximation of function y = sin(πx) at interval by parabolic basic splines on a three-points formula and record of a geophysical signal, obtained during aero-magnetic sounding studies, and also provided the generation of electromagnetic and acoustic emissions method. It has also mentioned an approximation of geophysical studies’ data using parabolic B-splines on the three-points formula.
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