The Radon or ``tau-p'' transform, as it is sometimes called in geophysical literature is useful for a variety of multiple suppression, and other ``surgical'' data manipulation tasks. The programs

- SUTAUP - forwared and inverse T-X and F-K global slant stacks
- SUHARLAN - signal-noise separation by the invertible linear transformation method of Harlan, 1984
- SURADON - compute forward or reverse Radon transform or remove multiples by using the parabolic Radon transform to estimate multiples and subtract.
- SUINTERP - interpolate traces using automatic event picking

See also the demos in $CWPROOT/src/demos/Tau_P for examples.

John Stockwell 2007-04-10