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Do high frequencies contain information about low frequencies?

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Inverse Problems

Data usually come in a high frequency band in wave-based imaging, yet one often wishes to determine large-scale features of the model that predicted them. When is this possible? Both the specifics of wave propagation and signal structure matter in trying to deal with this multifaceted question. I report on some recent progress with Paul Hand and Hyoungsu Baek. The answers are not always pretty.

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