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The resistivity method is a classical geophysical exploration technique that plays important roles in mineral exploration, hydrogeological and geological engineering exploration, and, to a lesser extent, earthquake prediction Analytical methods can be used to generate synthetic results for a few simple forward problems. However, for most forward problems we must use numerical methods. Alfano (1959). Dieter et al. (1969), Lee (1975), Snyder (1976), Oppliger (1984). Eskola et al. (1984), and Kostyanev (1994) use the integral equation method for modeling resistivity and IP responses. Spiegel et...

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