Although various methods of deconvolution have been known for many years, they are not generally regarded as being routinely usable. The successive approximation method described in this article should be an improvement in that respect. It operates in the time domain and is based on a simple procedure. I first discuss the mathematics involved and then give some examples to illustrate how the method works and some of the things it can do.

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