P078 COMMON-REFLECTION-SURFACE STACK FOR COMMON OFFSET – THEORETICAL ASPECTS Y. ZHANG 1 2 S. BERGLER 1 P. HUBRAL 1 1 Introduction. The recently established zero-offset (ZO) Common-Reflection-Surface (CRS) stack has been shown to be an efficient macro model-independent data-driven process to obtain well simulated ZO sections from multi-coverage data. However the ZO CRS stack yields only simulated ZO stack sections for P-P reflections. For the construction of simulated common-offset (CO) sections we modified the ZO CRS stack theory to the CO case. The CO CRS stack can not only be applied to CO P-P reflections S-S reflections but also to


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