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Volume 45 Number 6
  • E-ISSN: 1365-2478

Abstract

A deconvolution approach is presented to process uncorrelated vibroseis data. The recorded ground force signal, known to be a better correlator for the vibrogram than the pilot sweep itself, is used to deconvolve rather than to correlate the vibrogram. In such a way the ghost sweep (correlation noise), produced by severe harmonic distortions in the ground force signal both at negative and positive correlation times if such a signal is used as the correlator, is eliminated automatically. This type of deconvolution can eliminate the ghost sweep caused by both the upsweep or by the downsweep signal. Synthetic and real data are used to demonstrate the application of the deconvolution procedure. The results are compared with the traditional correlation procedure and show the superiority of the deconvolution approach.

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2003-10-30
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