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- The wave equation behaves nicely in one dimension and in three dimensions but not in two dimensions. In one dimension, waves on a uniform string propagate without distortion. In three dimensions, waves in a homogeneous isotropic medium propagate in an undistorted way except for a spherical correction factor. However, in two dimensions, wave propagation is complicated and distorted. By its very nature, 2D processing never can account for events originating outside of the plane. As a result, 2D processing is broken up into a large number of approximate partial steps in a sequence of operations. These steps are ingenious, but they can never give a true image.
- Enders A. Robinson; Sven Treitel (2008). Digital Imaging and Deconvolution: The ABCs of Seismic Exploration and Processing. SEG Books. p. 39. ISBN 978-1-56080-148-1.