Chapters by Dan Loewental in Books
Z.S. Alterman and D. Loewenthal.
Computer generated seismograms, Methods in Computational Physics, Academic Press Inc. 12, 35-164, 1972.
- D. Loewenthal. Numerical computation of the roots of polynomials by spectral factorization, Topics in Numerical Analysis III, Academic Press Inc., 237-255, 1977.
- D. Loewenthal, L. Lu. R. Roberson and J.W.C. Sherwood. The wave equation applied to migration, in Migration of Seismic Data, edited by: G.H.F. Gardner (SEG reprint series), 208-227, 1985.
- D. Loewenthal, L. Lu, R. Roberson and J.W.C. Sherwood., The wave equation applied to migration, in Geophysics I: Seismic method: Treatise of Petroleum Geology Reprint Series 12, p.578-597, 1989.
- D. Loewenthal and T. Krey. Reverse time migration of CMP gathers, an effective tool for determination of interval velocities, in Aspects of seismic reflection data processing, R. Marshall Editor (reprint), Kluwer Academic Publishers, p.349-376, 1990.
- D. Loewenthal. Seismology and oil prospecting, The Hebrew Encyclopedia, vol. "Miluim gimel", pp. 692-693 (in Hebrew), April, 1995.
- E.A. Robinson, D. Loewenthal and S. Treitel. Numerical testing of minimum delay, positive real digital filters. Deconvolution II, E.A. Robinson and O.M. Osman editors (SEG reprint), 1996.
- V. Shtivelman and D. Loewenthal. Source wavelet estimation by upward extrapolation. Deconvolution II, E.A. Robinson and O.M. Osman editors (SEG reprint), 1996
- E.A. Robinson. Seismic Inversion and Deconvolution, Part A: Classical Methods. Elsevier. (See  below).
- E.A. Robinson. Seismic Inversion and Deconvolution, Part B: Dual-Sensor Technology. Elsevier (1999)
Comment: "Part B: Dual-Sensor Technology" details
a) Dual Sensor technology,
which outdates all
previous classical methods detailed in Part A ( above), and
Dan Loewenthal's precise measurement method with Einstein's deconvolution,
which is the crown of Dual Sensor technology, enabling precise isolation of
the echo from the source wavelet.