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Abstract

Field Processing has historically been used for optimizing acquisition parameters and for quality control of the data, usually at the shot record level. The advances in microcomputer technology available today make very powerful seismic processing routines on light weight, low cost computers possible. The capability of producing final stacks in the field hallows one to adjust the placement, orientation, extent and density of lines to be shot in the following days. A preliminary interpretation of the zone of interest is a byproduct of the field processing, in addition to the more efficient layout of the seismic program.

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1989-11-20
2020-10-20
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