P287 Local Angle Domain in Seismic Imaging Z. Koren (Paradigm Geophysical Ltd) I. Ravve* (Paradigm Geophysical Ltd) A. Bartana (Paradigm Geophysical Ltd) & D. Kosloff (Tel Aviv University and Paradigm Geophysical Ltd) SUMMARY The Local Angle Domain (LAD) is a system of four angles defining the interaction between incident and reflected waves at a specific image point (element). Two angles represent the spatial direction of the raypair normal: its dip (zenith) and azimuth. The two other angles define the reflection angle system. The third angle is the half-opening angle between the incident and the reflected rays. The definition of these


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