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P077 COMMON-REFLECTION-SURFACE STACK AND CONFLICTING DIPS AUTHOR(S) J. MANN Address Geophysical Institute University of Karlsruhe Hertzstr. 16 76187 Karlsruhe Germany Summary. The recently introduced common-reflection-surface (CRS) stack simulates a zero-offset (ZO) section from multi-coverage seismic reflection data for 2-D media in a data-driven way i. e. without explicit knowledge of the macro-velocity model. The “best” stacking operators are determined by an optimization of the coherency along different test stacking operators in the multi-coverage data. Previous implementations determine only one optimum stacking operator for each ZO sample to be simulated. Consequently conflicting dips are not taken into account but only the

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2001-06-11
2020-10-30
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