A-032 Abstract THEORY OF DAYLIGHT/INTERFEROMETRIC IMAGING: TUTORIAL GERARD T. SCHUSTER University of Utah Salt Lake City Utah 84112 U.S.A I present the general theory of interferometric imaging (II). Interferometric imaging is any algorithm that inverts crosscorrelated data for the reflectivity or source distribution. As examples I show that II can be used to image arbitrary reflectivity distributions by migrating ghost reflections in passive seismic data and II generalizes the receiver-function imaging method used by seismologists II can be used to migrate freesurface and peg-leg multiples in CDP data. I also show how source distributions can be imaged from passive seismic


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