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Abstract

The Common Relection Surface method provides semblance and attributes panels, which gives information about the ray-parameter at the reflection point at possible interfaces in the elastic model. The reflection impedance function, gives an approximation for the reflection coefficient which is suitable for inversion purposes. Combining both procedures, we have a practical amplitude versus rayparameter analysis which is suitable for inversion of rockpropertie<br>parameters.

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2005-09-11
2020-07-02
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