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Inverse problems based on first-kind Volterra integral equations appear naturally in the study of many applications, from geophysical problems to the inverse heat conduction problem. The ill-posedness of such problems means that a regularization technique is required, but classical regularization schemes like Tikhonov regularization destroy the causal nature of the underlying Volterra problem and, in general, can produce oversmoothed results. In this paper we investigate a class of localdoi:10.1081/nfa-100108315 fatcat:vcjfctnbmfa2jilg5pmgpv66um