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G033 New opportunities in multiple removal Abstract 1 Current multiple removal algorithms make use of either differential moveout or predictability. If the differential moveout between primaries and multiples becomes very small prediction filtering is the only option available. In the last decade wave theory-based prediction-error filters have proven to be very successful. In the near future one may expect that the multi-reflector imaging concept may offer a third option in multiple removal. The imaging concept allows the transformation of multiples into primaries as well. Introduction In the history of multiple removal algorithms have been based on two differentiating properties: moveout

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2004-06-07
2023-03-20
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