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P175 Diffraction Imaging in Depth T.J. Moser* (Zeehelden Geoservices) & C.B. Howard (Zeehelden Geoservices) SUMMARY Diffractions have been recognized as carriers of high- or even superresolution structural information. Several techniques have been proposed for diffraction imaging or separation of the diffractive and reflective componenent of prestack data. Most of these techniques work in a macro-model indepedent environment and require an optimal focusing of (reflective) energy for separation. The study of diffractions is especially relevant in depth domain and in areas of structural complexity where the assumptions of time imaging have limited validity. For this reason we present two new approaches

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2007-06-11
2020-04-05
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