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Abstract

Spatial aliasing is the key problem that affects seismic data interpolation techniques. Although existing methods can interpolate data "beyond aliasing" under certain assumptions, their performance degrades as shot and receiver sampling become coarser. Most existing data interpolation techniques overcome aliasing by making assumptions regarding either the statistical properties of the data or the physics that explains the data.

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2009-06-08
2020-09-24
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