Assuming that the measured and calculated fields, caused only by masses of a body, are known exactly it is simple to outline the main steps of interpretation and, as was pointed out earlier, it is a straightforward task. Suppose that we deal with a class of bodies for which uniqueness holds. Then, the main steps of interpretation were formulated above and they are [Pg.222]

Proceeding from an observed field and making use of additional information we approximately define the parameters of the body (first guess). [Pg.222]

Substituting values of these parameters into Equation (4.2) we solve the forward problem and compare the measured and calculated fields. [Pg.222]

This process of comparison allows us to determine how the parameters of the first guess have to be changed in order to decrease the difference between the measured and calculated fields. [Pg.223]

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